When you are in Chi town next week whooping it up at Wizard World Chicago, make sure you stop by Aspen’s booth to pick up the Michael Turner variant edition of Spider-Man/Red Sonja #1.

If you can’t make it to the con, Dynamite Entertainment will also be offering the alternate cover online.

Or – you could take the jump and check it out right here.

Penciled by MEL RUBI

The wise-cracking Wall-Crawler collides with the She-Devil with a Sword! Longtime Marvel readers know that these two legends have met before — but that was just the warm-up! They may be from two different eras, but Spider-Man and Red Sonja have both faced the maniacal mage known as Kulan Gath. Now the sadistic sorcerer makes a play for power that will once again bring these two famous heroes together — but will it be as friends or foes? Writer Michael Avon Oeming (OMEGA FLIGHT, Red Sonja) and Mel Rubi (Red Sonja) – plus series cover artist Michael Turner (CIVIL WAR) – answer the eternal question: What’s better in a fight, the proportional strength and speed of a spider, or cold, hard steel and a chain–mail bikini?


The price for the issue will be $14.99.

via Aspen Comics

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  1. Young
    August 4, 2007 at 10:37 am — Reply

    Why is Red standing on her tip-toes???

  2. August 4, 2007 at 10:52 am — Reply

    She’s not standing on her tip-toes, she’s wearing invisible high heels!

    Seriously, it’s a Michael Turner cover – what’d you expect? ;)

  3. August 4, 2007 at 1:05 pm — Reply

    Tip toes aside, where does she put her internal organs? Her torso is smaller than my wife’s purse!

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