Is this the end of Spider-Man 2099? Well, considering Marvel is about to release a first issue, that is not a one-shot, I’m going to say, “No.” Let’s play along anyway, and take a gander at a sneak peek of Spider-Man 2099 #1.

SPIDER-MAN 2099 #1 (AUG150814)
Written by PETER DAVID
Design Variant by KRIS ANKA (AUG150815)
Variant Cover by RICK LEONARDI (AUG150817)
Hip-Hop Variant by AFU CHAN (AUG150816)
Eight months have passed since the end of Secret Wars. With a steady job at Parker Industries, a stable relationship, and a life in the present day – Spider-Man 2099 is no more! That’s right, Miguel O’Hara has hung up the webs. But when a dangerous new threat appears and puts his new life in jeopardy, he’s got no choice but to suit up once more. Donning some new threads and a new attitude, prepare for a wallcrawler unlike any you’ve seen before when SPIDER-MAN 2099 #1 swings into comic shops this October!

Spider-Man_2099_1_Anka_Design_Variant Spider-Man_2099_1_Chan_Hip_Hop_Variant Spider-Man_2099_1_Cover Spider-Man_2099_1_Leonardi_Variant Spider-Man_2099_1_Preview_1 Spider-Man_2099_1_Preview_2

When does this issue arrive? Glad you asked! It hits stands on October 14th.

via Marvel

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  1. AmFan15
    September 18, 2015 at 6:12 pm — Reply

    Four variant covers and only two actual pages…Not exactly what I’d call a “preview”.

  2. Ace of Dymonds
    September 19, 2015 at 9:44 am — Reply

    I loved the 2099 line back in the day – but the one I really want to see return is DOOM!

    • September 19, 2015 at 1:37 pm — Reply

      I’ll second that! I do enjoy Spider-Man 2099, but Doom 2099 was my favorite title in the old 2099 line.

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