Peter Parker deals with the Spider-Verse, Secret Wars and life as a billionaire!

For over 50 years, Spider-Man has been a sensational standout in the Marvel Universe and the web-slinger is now back on the silver screen once again in Marvel Studios’ “Avengers: Infinity War”! In celebration of his memorable history, we present Spidey’s spectacular step-by-step story…

One of Spider-Man’s greatest foes, Carnage, became “inverted” in AVENGERS & X-MEN: AXIS #4 due to the Red Skull’s machinations, as well as Captain America and other heroes. In AXIS #5, Spidey escaped his friends’ evil actions, but Apocalypse showed up to make things worse. The webslinger helped gather former villains to save the day in AXIS #6, and he joined with Deadpool to stop Apocalypse’s “gene bomb” in AXIS #7. The heroic Carnage actually stopped the bomb in AXIS #8, while Spidey fought the X-Men until everything could be put back the way it should be in AXIS #9.

Avengers & X-Men: Axis (2014) #7

Avengers & X-Men: Axis (2014) #7

  • Published: December 10, 2014
  • Added to Marvel Unlimited: June 03, 2015
  • Writer: Rick Remender
  • Cover Artist: Jim Cheung
What is Marvel Unlimited?

Alternate universe Spider-heroes sought out Spidey in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #9 to beg his help in stopping Morlun and the Inheritors from killing them all. Our hero went to the Great Web to hand-pick a team in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #10, which included Otto Octavius, the Superior Spider-Man, who quickly wanted to take over the group. The wallcrawler challenged Otto in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #11, and after making a pact with Spider-Gwen, went toe-to-toe with Morlun in battle.

Multiple versions of Spider-Man clashed with the villains to gather the Spider-Totems in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #12, but the tide turned with the inclusion of an Uncle Ben Spider-Man in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #13, and Otto’s key to victory over the Inheritors in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #14. Later, Otto picked a fight with everyone in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #15, but Peter Parker set him right.

Amazing Spider-Man (2014) #13

Amazing Spider-Man (2014) #13

  • Published: January 21, 2015
  • Added to Marvel Unlimited: July 20, 2015
  • Rating: Rated T+
  • Writer: Dan Slott
  • Cover Artist: Olivier Coipel
What is Marvel Unlimited?

Spidey assisted the Fantastic Four versus the Quiet Man in FANTASTIC FOUR #643, a twisted version of the Avengers in FANTASTIC FOUR #644, and the Psycho-Man in FANTASTIC FOUR #645. Peter’s Parker Industries vied with Alchemax to bid on building a super-prison in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #16, Spidey fought the Ghost in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #17, and lost his building in the battle in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #18.

After a scrap with Tombstone in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #16.1, the webslinger joined with the Wraith to investigate a mystery that led into a gang war in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #17.1, the return of the Black Cat in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #18.1, a clash with the Circus of Crime in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #19.1, and big, violent misunderstanding with the Wraith in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #20.1.

Secret Wars (2015) #1

Secret Wars (2015) #1

  • Published: May 06, 2015
  • Added to Marvel Unlimited: November 02, 2015
  • Rating: Rated T+
  • Writer: Jonathan Hickman
  • Cover Artist: Alex Ross
What is Marvel Unlimited?

As Spidey’s universe prepared for an incursion by another universe in SECRET WARS #1, he boarded Reed Richards’ “life raft” with other heroes to escape the cataclysm. Seemingly years later, the raft opened up on a planet called “Battleworld” in SECRET WARS #2 and our hero learned its ‘god” was none other than Doctor Doom. Spider battled another group stranded there, the Cabal, in SECRET WARS #4, until Dr. Strange scattered him and his teammates to the far corners of the planet when Doom took notice.

Peter, along with fellow Spider-Man Miles Morales, sought the planet’s power source in SECRET WARS #6, but found the all-powerful Molecule Man instead. The final war with Doom’s forces kicked off in SECRET WARS #8, and after his defeat by Reed Richards in SECRET WARS #9, Peter welcomed Miles to his rebuilt universe as the second official Spider-Man.

The Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #1

The Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #1

  • Published: October 07, 2015
  • Added to Marvel Unlimited: April 04, 2016
  • Rating: Rated T
  • Writer: Dan Slott
  • Cover Artist: Alex Ross
What is Marvel Unlimited?

Now a billionaire from “webware” he created, Peter Parker swung into battle as Spidey with his new Spider-Mobile in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #1 against the Zodiac, who then returned in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #2 to challenge our hero again with a scheme to steal his tech from him.

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Peter returns to end Otto Octavius' 'Superior' reign and face Original Sin.

For over 50 years, Spider-Man has been a sensational standout in the Marvel Universe and the web-slinger is now back on the silver screen once again in Marvel Studios’ “Avengers: Infinity War”! In celebration of his memorable history, we present Spidey’s spectacular step-by-step story…

After Blackout kidnapped Aunt May in SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL #1 and Otto Octavius—in Peter Parker’s body—tortured him for it, Spider-Man swung his attention to the Goblin War heating up between Hobgoblin and the Goblin King in SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #26. Meanwhile, Peter’s spirit grew stronger again in Otto’s head, while Otto recalled past team-ups with the Green Goblin and Parker himself in SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN TEAM-UP #11 and SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN TEAM-UP #12.

Superior Spider-Man Team-Up (2013) #12

Superior Spider-Man Team-Up (2013) #12

  • Published: April 23, 2014
  • Added to Marvel Unlimited: October 27, 2014
  • Rating: Rated T+
  • Writer: Kevin Shinick
  • Cover Artist: Paolo Rivera
What is Marvel Unlimited?

The Goblin King made it clear to Spider-Man in SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #27 that he knew Octavius held the reins and not Peter. To hammer home his intentions, the villain shelled Otto’s island headquarters in SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #28, while he targeted members of Peter’s friends and family, including Otto’s girlfriend, Anna. Mayor Jameson converted his Spider-Slayers into Goblin Slayers in SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #29 and the Spider-Man of 2099 stepped in to save Otto from a particularly nasty Goblin King assault.

Peter’s spirit began to actively help Otto during the crisis in SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #30, and when Octavius realized he couldn’t save the day and Anna’s life he allowed Peter to take control of his body once again and suit up as the one and only Spider-Man. The wallcrawler rushed into the fray in SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #31 and took on the Goblin Knight, Menace, and finally the King himself, who he discovered to be Norman Osborn with plastic surgery.

Amazing Spider-Man (2014) #1

Amazing Spider-Man (2014) #1

  • Published: April 30, 2014
  • Added to Marvel Unlimited: October 27, 2014
  • Rating: Rated T+
  • Writer: Dan Slott
  • Cover Artist: Humberto Ramos
What is Marvel Unlimited?

Back in the saddle in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #1, Peter dealt with the fallout from Otto’s takeover, the state of Parker Industries, and the fact that Anna knew his secret identity. Still unsure of his actions, the Avengers confronted him in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #2, Electro made a shocking return, and Peter promised to build a new super-villain prison for the city. Later, Parker Industries began to design Electro-tracking tech in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #3, Mayor Jameson resigned, and a spurned Black cat took Electro as her new partner in seeking revenge on Spidey.

The webslinger answered an Avengers emergency call in ORIGINAL SIN #1 to find Mindless Ones roaming the city streets and fighting the Thing. Spidey helped the heroes battle Exterminatrix and a low-grade villain called the Orb in ORIGINAL SIN #2, but when the eyeball enemy pulled out the Watcher’s eye and exploded it like a bomb in ORIGINAL SIN #3, he knew it would change his life forever. In fact, due to the bomb, the wallcrawler discovered another person bitten by the same spider that bit him as a teenager and rushed to find her in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #4.

Amazing Spider-Man (2014) #4

Amazing Spider-Man (2014) #4

  • Published: July 23, 2014
  • Added to Marvel Unlimited: January 19, 2015
  • Rating: Rated T+
  • Writer: Dan Slott
  • Cover Artist: Humberto Ramos
What is Marvel Unlimited?

Calling herself Silk and sporting even greater spider powers than Spidey, she helped the hero fight off the Black Cat and Electro in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #5, then found herself in a rematch with the dangerous duo in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #6. Spider-Man rejoined the Avengers in ORIGINAL SIN #6 to invade Nick Fury’s secret orbiting satellite and ended up knocked out and floating in space in ORIGINAL SIN #7.

Back on Earth, he teamed with the new Ms. Marvel to clash with Dr. Minerva in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #7 and AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #8, and later helped Wyatt Wingfoot and She-Hulk in FANTASTIC FOUR #11 and his old buddy Johnny Storm in FANTASTIC FOUR #12.

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Spidey takes on Black Cat, Juggernaut, and Foolkiller, while Cloak and Dagger make their debut.

For over 50 years, Spider-Man has been a sensational standout in the Marvel Universe, and this year, the web-slinger swings onto the silver screen once more in “Spider-Man: Homecoming”! In celebration of his memorable history, we present Spidey’s spectacular step-by-step story!

The high-flying Vulture came out of retirement to terrorize a nursing home in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #224, but our heroic wallcrawler found more to worry about when the Foolkiller stood revealed as a college friend of Peter Parker’s in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #225.

The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #225

The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #225

What is Marvel Unlimited?

Spidey subsequently teamed with Quasar to punch out Lightmaster’s lights in MARVEL TEAM-UP #113, the Falcon to rock Stone-Face’s world in MARVEL TEAM-UP #114, with Thor to turn Mind-Bender upside down in MARVEL TEAM-UP #115, and finally with Valkyrie to put the final nail in Mind-Bender’s career coffin in MARVEL TEAM-UP #116.

Goldbug became a hot commodity in PETER PARKER, THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #62, the Molten Man made a warm welcome for a returning Liz Allen and Harry Osborn in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #63, and the new teen super-stars Cloak and Dagger made their debuts in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #64.

Things heated up between Spidey and the Black Cat in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #226, but when the female fury wanted her Spider to become a their like her, the young hero laid down the law in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #227. A weird mystery involving actual spiders in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #228 seemed tame in comparison.

The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #226

The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #226

What is Marvel Unlimited?

Wolverine helped the webslinger shut down Professor Power in MARVEL TEAM-UP #117, but it took the intervention of Professor X in MARVEL TEAM-UP #118 to really turn Power’s juice off. After a bungle in the jungle with Kraven and Calypso in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #65, Spidey got a shock from Electro in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #66, and brought the curtain down on Boomerang’s audition for the Kingpin in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #67.

The mysterious Madame Web requested help from our hero in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #229, but he discovered in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #230 it involved stopping the usually unstoppable Juggernaut. Following a garish g-round with Gargoyle in MARVEL TEAM-UP #119, the wallcrawler turned the page on Turner D. Century with Dominic Fortune in MARVEL TEAM-UP #120, and took the spring out of the Speed Demon’s step with some help from the Human Torch and the Leap Frog in MARVEL TEAM-UP #121.

The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #229

The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #229

What is Marvel Unlimited?

After mucking up the Robot-Master’s machinations in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #68, Spidey reunited with Cloak and Dagger in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #69 to try and hold off the advance of a newly cybernetic Silvermane in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #70. Cobra crawled into the webslinger’s life in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #231, and accepted aid from the hero when Mr. Hyde wanted his revenge upon the slippery snake in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #232.

The Tarantula spun a new web to trap Spidey in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #233, but the Will O’ the Wisp complicated matters in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #234, which led to both their defeats in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #235. Later, the Man-Thing muddied the waters in MARVEL TEAM-UP #122, Solarr blazed as a hot as the sun in MARVEL TEAM-UP #123, and Professor Power practiced his power of repetitiveness in MARVEL TEAM-UP #124.

The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #235

The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #235

What is Marvel Unlimited?

Some weapon-smugglers came gunning for Spidey in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #71, but the webslinger really threw up his arms at a new Doctor Octopus in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #72, and made eyes at the Owl in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #73.

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Howard the Duck waddles into your favorite Marvel Comics for special April variants!

Sure, the highly anticipated HOWARD THE DUCK #1 from Chip Zdarsky and Joe Quinones hits comic shops in March, but Marvel is keeping the celebration going all the way into April! Today, Marvel is proud to unveil WHAT THE DUCK?! Month – a series of 20 special variant covers for April featuring that fabulous fowl, Howard The Duck! Now is your chance to see some of the most popular artists in the industry provide their own spin on that magnificent mallard!

“Response to the announcement of the new Howard the Duck series has been staggering,” says Marvel SVP Sales & Marketing David Gabriel. “There were so many talented artists eager to take a quack at drawing a Howard cover we couldn’t resist building an entire variant month around him. This April is going to be WTD certified!”

Today, Marvel is excited to reveal the following WTD Variants by some of Marvel’s greatest cover artists:

Look for these additional WTD Variants to grace the covers of these exciting Marvel comics throughout the month of April:

No fan can afford to miss out on these exciting variant covers featuring the one and only web-footed wonder! Run, don’t walk to your comic shops this April to get your hands on these can’t miss WHAT THE DUCK?! Variant Covers!

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The legendary writer speaks about returning a character he helped define in Amazing Spider-Man: Spiral!

March 2015 should delight fans of legendary writer Gerry Conway as a new Spider-Man limited series “Amazing Spider-Man: Spiral,” kicking off in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #16.1, teams him with artist Carlo Barberi!

The five-part limited series pairs Spidey with Police Captain Yuri Watanabe—also known as the vigilante The Wraith—just as the struggle for power in the criminal underworld flares up. Conway explains how this new story allows him to capitalize upon his experience growing up in a family steeped in law enforcement, as well as the writer for several TV police procedural dramas and more!

Marvel.com: After dipping your toe back into the Spider-Man world with your work on SPIDER-VERSE TEAM-UP #2, how enthused are you to be tackling this five-issue arc?

Gerry Conway: I’m incredibly enthused. Ironically, the Spider-Man team-up story is my second Spider-Man project. The limited series began first. We were working on that first when [editor] Nick Lowe asked me to do the 10-pager. Even though SPIDER-VERSE TEAM-UP came out first, it was something that I started while I was already working on the AMAZING SPIDER-MAN issues.

Marvel.com: How long have you been working on AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: SPIRAL?

Gerry Conway: We’ve been writing it now for a couple of months. We’re plotted through the first five issues and I’m finishing up the script on the second issue. We’d been talking about the story for several months before that.

Marvel.com: So you are not at the point where you’ve started to see any of the art from Carlo Barberi?

Gerry Conway: Actually, I have seen a couple of pages from Carlo and they look amazing—just spectacular. It’s a spectacular Spider-Man! [Laughs] I think he’s going to do a great job on this story; I’m really excited to be working with him.

Marvel.com: Since you’re actually able to see some of what he’s done, are you trying to play to his strengths or give him certain scenes that you know he can tackle?

Gerry Conway: That’s definitely going to come into play with the second and continuing issues. The first issue I wrote without really knowing who the artist was going to be on it, although I had my hopes, obviously. But now that I know it’s Carlo, I’m going to try to play to his strengths.

Marvel.com: Can you talk a bit about how you and Nick started talking about doing this arc in the first place?

Gerry Conway: I originally had dinner with [Marvel Chief Creative Officer] Joe Quesada when he was out in Los Angeles last year. During the course of the dinner we started talking about comics and I had mentioned that in a weird sort of way I had always thought of myself as a comic book writer who does other things, even though I haven’t written comics on any regular basis for a couple of decades. But my heart has always been attached to comics and particularly, to Marvel. When Joe heard that, he said, “Well, I think the guys would be very interested to hear if you had any ideas.”

That led me to talking to [Editor-in-Chief] Axel Alonso, then Axel put me in touch with Stephen Wacker—who at the time was editor of Spider-Man. Stephen and I talked over this notion I had for Spiral. Then when Stephen moved on to the Marvel Animation, Nick and I started talking and noticed that we were both very much on the same page with what could be done with this story.

Marvel.com: Can you discuss what it’s like exploring some of the Marvel Universe underworld in this arc, given that it’s been in flux since the fall of The Kingpin?

Gerry Conway: The notion here is that the various Marvel crime gangs like the ones led by Hammerhead, Tombstone, the Circus of Crime, Black Cat, and Mr. Negative—they’re all at each other’s throats because there’s no single overlord of crime currently running things in New York. Things only escalated, especially after The Goblin King fell out of the scene and Doc Ock is no longer operating as the Superior Spider-Man, keeping a lid on everything. It’s an opportunity for all of these power players to see which one of them can come out on top. While the larger gang war is taking place over the whole city, we’re focusing in on how it’s affecting the precinct of Captain Yuri Watanabe, who we also know as The Wraith, and that’s where the focus of our story is going to be.

Amazing Spider-Man #16.1 cover by Arthur Adams

Amazing Spider-Man #16.1 cover by Arthur Adams

Marvel.com: As someone who is a veteran Spider-Man writer, what are you enjoying most about getting to write the adventures of Peter Parker?

Gerry Conway: I just love hearing his voice in my head. I’ve always enjoyed writing Peter, I love the character and I’ve always identified with him. I identified even more when I was closer in age to him. I used to say to people when I was first writing Peter Parker and Spider-Man I was basically the same age as Peter and going through a lot of the same things as Peter. That’s no longer the case, obviously, but it’s really interesting to me just how quickly that suit of clothes fits back on. I find myself really welcoming the opportunity to talk with him basically, to hear what he has to say; take his perspective of the world and run with it.

Marvel.com: As you’ve said, this arc allows you to explore the work of Police Captain Watanabe in her day job as well as her secret life as the vigilante The Wraith. Given that you are a writer with some pretty substantial experience in writing police procedurals, was getting to use Watanabe in this arc part of what interested you in taking on the assignment?

Gerry Conway: Yes. Actually, it was my suggestion to use Watanabe and one of the attractions was the fact that I have this additional background writing cop show. I also come from a family of cops; my dad was a cop and my uncle was a cop, the Captain of the Police Academy in New York City. I have a cultural affinity for the cop mindset, which is not to say that I approve of cops in general or think that cops are beyond reproach, just that I empathize with what they go through. I’m also familiar with the struggles of any individual dealing with any institutions that are larger than themselves. Yuri Watanabe is just a fascinating character to me as a high-level representative of the law. She is a police captain and that means that she’s worked in that field for a number of years and worked her way up the ranks and knows how the system works. But at the same time, now she’s also acting as a vigilante. That’s a contradiction that I think makes for an interesting character.

Marvel.com: Without spoiling the story, can you talk about some of the supporting cast you hope to work with in this story?

Gerry Conway: In terms of supporting cast, we’re basically dealing with villains. We’re dealing with Tombstone and his gang, Hammerhead and his gang, and those are both characters that I co-created, so I have special love for them; Mr. Negative, who’s an interesting behind the scenes manipulator; Black Cat, who’s got her own ambitions to become the queen of crime in New York City; and the other players that we’ve seen at the street level of crime in New York. In terms of the ongoing cast, I’m keeping my hands away from them because that’s for the main book. That’s the way that I approached writing WEB OF SPIDER-MAN and SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN while David Michelinie was writing AMAZING SPIDER-MAN during my last run at Marvel: to recognize that the main book has to deal with the main supporting cast and the main story-arcs but that the secondary books have an opportunity to flesh things out in areas that may not be explored by the main title.

Marvel.com: From a writing standpoint it seems like it opens up a lot more opportunities for you.

Gerry Conway: Sure, because I’m not responsible for moving the big story along, I’m responsible for exploring a little area that otherwise might not get the attention that it would because the bigger story is taking place—taking Spider-Man to more important places; although this arc is going to have effects on the Spider-Man universe as well. It’s not a throw-away “this didn’t happen” story, this will actually have repercussions, which we’re happy about.

Marvel.com: Few veteran writers wrote Spider-Man as well as you did or helped define a lot of the book’s core appeal over the years as you did. But I am curious, of your current peers writing in the Spider-Man family of books, do you look toward any of them to draw inspiration for your present day approach?

Gerry Conway: Oh God, yes. I have to tell you, you may think of me as someone who’s really familiar of the character, and I am, but I’m totally intimidated by the work of people like Dan Slott and Christos Gage, who are actually writing the character on a regular basis; or Brian Bendis, with ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN; they’re all people who have taken Peter Parker and Miles Morales, of course, into a whole new level of writing. My biggest fear, honestly, coming back to this book, is that I would not be able to compete.

Marvel.com: Not a chance!

Look for AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: SPIRAL by Gerry Conway and Carlo Barberi in March 2015!

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Every spider-powered hero from every universe unites in these preview pages by Olivier Coipel!

The biggest Spider-Man event of all time is finally upon us as every Spider-Man from every universe unite in Spider-Verse! And it all begins this November in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #9 – the first blockbuster chapter of Spider-Verse from the star-studded creative team of Dan Slott and Olivier Coipel! Peter Parker and thousands of Spider-Men and Spider-Women band together to stop Morlun and his kin from exterminating spider-powered heroes across the entire multiverse!

“The sheer scope of this event and the amount of Spider-Characters in it are mind-boggling, shares Spider-Editor Nick Lowe. But what’s crazy is that Dan Slott and Olivier have been able to squeeze everything but still have a story that has heart and truly counts.”

Alone, Morlun was nearly enough to eradicate Peter Parker. How can Peter stand against an entire family of Morluns? This deadly family stalks the multiverse, exterminating spider-powered heroes as they go. It will take the combined powers of thousands of spider-powered heroes if they are to have a single hope of survival. Even then, they may not be enough…

Who lives? Who dies? The answers are almost here. Find out when the biggest Spider-Man event of all-time kicks off this November in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #9, chapter 1 of Spider-Verse!

For more on Spider-Verse, join in on the conversation on Twitter using #SpiderVerse.

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #9 (SEP140823)
Written by DAN SLOTT
Art & Cover by OLIVIER COIPEL
Variant by GABRIELE DELL’OTTO (SEP140824)
Interlocking Variant by SKOTTIE YOUNG (SEP140825)
Marvel Animation Variant by JEFF WAMESTER (SEP140826)
Rocket Raccoon & Groot Variant by RYAN STEGMAN (SEP140827)
On-Sale 11/05/14

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See Giuseppe Camuncoli preview pages from Amazing Spider-Man #7!

Together for the first time! The Amazing Spider-Man meets the Miraculous Ms. Marvel in the super hero team-up you’ve all been waiting for in October’s AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #7!

And if that’s not enough, “New York Times”-bestselling creators Dan Slott, Christos Gage and Giuseppe Camuncoli also bring you to the Edge of Spider-Verse! As Spidey and Ms. Marvel face someone who looks a lot like Captain Marvel, meet the mysterious Spider-UK – but what is his connection to Spider-Verse?

Seeds of the biggest Spider-Man story of all time are sown here, and no fan can afford to miss the epic AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #7, on-sale this October!

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #7 (AUG140795)
Written by DAN SLOTT with CHRISTOS GAGE
Art & Cover by GIUSEPPE CAMMUNCOLI
Variant Covers by JAVIER PULIDO (AUG140796) and GARY CHOO (AUG140799)
Deadpool 75th Variant by MICHAEL GOLDEN (AUG140797)
Hasbro Variant Also Available (AUG140798)
ON-SALE 10/08/14

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See two special variant covers for the very first time and pick them up later this year as part of Spider-Verse!

Every Spider-Man ever will be taking a swing in the spotlight this fall as part of Spider-Verse, and who better to provide an early look at the united webslingers than Skottie Young?

The inimitable Young will be providing two special variant covers that when put together give a massive peek at the line-up for Spider-Verse. The first will adorn SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #32, out August 6, while the second will grace AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #9, the kick-off to the event coming in November.

“We in the Spider-Office are ecstatic to ride the Skottie Young wave with our Spider-Verse event,” says Spider-Man Senior Editor Nick Lowe. “Who’s better than Skottie? No one. That’s a fact I remind all my other freelancers with on a regular basis.”

Spider-Verse variant covers by Skottie Young

Spider-Verse variant covers by Skottie Young

Get the first Skottie Young Spider-Verse variant cover August 6 when SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #32 debuts, then get ready for the universe-spanning saga beginning in November with AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #9!

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Plus meet Clash in preview pages by Ramon Perez!

Spider-Man is a menace!

Marvel is proud to present AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #1.2, the next exciting chapter of “Learning to Crawl” from “New York Times”-bestselling writer Dan Slott and Eisner-award winning artist Ramón Pérez! J. Jonah Jameson warned us! He said that kids would try to emulate the Amazing Spider-Man and he was right! Enter New York City’s newest menace – Clash! He might have been one of Spider-Man’s biggest fans, but now he’ll become one of his worst enemies. Harnessing the destructive power of sound, Clash is about to tear his way through New York City and into a permanent place in Spider-Man’s rogues gallery.

Wanted by the cops, denied by the Fantastic Four, and flunking school, Peter Parker is no hero – yet.

Set between the character’s first appearance in 1962’s AMAZING FANTASY #15 and 1963’s AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #1-3, “Learning to Crawl” blazes new trails for upcoming AMAZING SPIDER-MAN story arcs in Dan Slott’s new series! Don’t miss the story you never knew about the story you know by heart when AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #1.2 swings into comic shops this June!

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #1.2
Written by DAN SLOTT
Art by RAMÓN PÉREZ
Cover by ALEX ROSS
Variant Cover by PASQUAL FERRY
Alex Ross Sketch Variant Also Available!
FOC – 04/14/14, On-Sale – 05/07/14

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Celebrate the Return of Spider-Man

Celebrate the Return of Spider-Man

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