Spider-Geddon is coming, and at the San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel unveiled a number of titles coming our way in October.

First up is Spider-Force #1 from Christopher Priest and Paulo Siquiera, the three-part story sees Kaine step forward in what looks to be a suicide mission. Joining Kaine are Jessica Drew (Spider-Woman), Ashley Barton from the Old Man Logan universe, and two new spider-heroes, Astro-Spider and Spider-Kid.

Then there is Vault of Spiders from Cullen Bunn, Jed MacKay, Javier Pulido, and Sheldon Vella.

When the Multiverse is threatened, only a Spider-Army can rescue it. And VAULT OF SPIDERS will introduce a litany of new Spider-heroes to join the fight. Meet Web-Slinger, the Spider-Man from the Wild West, in an unforgettable story by Bunn and Pulido. Witness Supaidaman, the Emissary from Hell—a character inspired by the live-action Spider-Man TV show that aired in Japan in the 1970s—in a story written by MacKay and Vella. And prepare for so much more as the vault continues to creak open!

Marvel also announced Spider-Girls featuring Mayday Parker, Anya Corazon, the Prime Universe Spider-Girl, and Spiderling (Annie May Parker).

May will do anything to protect her brother from the Inheritors, and Anya’s knowledge of the mystical Spider-Totems could save the day, but how does Annie fit into all this? And what chance do three kids have against ageless universal forces!?

Spider-Girls is a three-part limited series that arrives on October 24th.

Ghost Spider formerly Spider-Gwen gets her own series in October from Seanan McGuire with artist Rosi Kampe. For more on the name change, check out our article here.

Ghost Spider

Finally, there is the Superior Octopus from Christos Gage and Mike Hawthorne.

As popular as the Spider-Verse series was, and with the upcoming Enter the Spider-Verse movie, I expect we will be flooded with even more Spider-related titles in the coming months.

via Marvel






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