It’s kind of funny…Ock-Spidey has, for me anyways, been more appealing in books where the character teams with the rest of the Marvel U. than in his own title. Cross this opinion with the return of one of Marvel’s cult-hit-heroes and you have a book that could very well reek of awesomeness or put you to sleep. Check out the Major Spoilers review of Avenging Spider-Man #19…
Marvel released a sneak peek of Avenging Spider-Man #17 that shows what happens when the Superior Spider-Man has to work with the FF.
In today’s work-a-day world, it can be all to easy to forget that Spider-Man is more than just a crime fighter. He’s more than just a weirdo swinging through New York in his PJ’s. More than just a threat or just a menace. Down deep, Spider-Man is a funny guy, and that fact is best seen when he interacts with other heroes. And, is there a better straight man for Spidey than the Thing? Find out after the jump!
Or – “Deadpooool!”
There is an old saying: There are no bad characters, only bad writing. ANY character could conceivably be the next big thing, as this issue’s Rob Liefeld created Deathstroke-clone superstar can attest. But will the return of the Hypno-Hustler tear the roof of the motha$&@#a, or is it just a tragedy, with the feeling gone so you can’t go on? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “It’s A High-School Issue!”
One of the best Marvel Comics of the 90′s was the issue of Deadpool wherein Wade went back in time and impersonated Peter Parker during the events of Spider-Man #47, with Blind Al subbing for Aunt May. Though I’m not a huge Deadpool aficionado, that story made me want to see what this one had to offer. Will they be able to capture more lightning in that same bottle? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Marvel is going back to press with Captain Marvel #1 and Avenging Spider-Man #9, and each is getting a second printing variant cover.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the upcoming Avenging Spider-Man that kicks off the Omega Effects arc.
Marvel has released a sneak peek of the upcoming Avenging Spider-Man #2, and is reminding everyone who buys a print copy gets a digital version of the comic for free!
Picking up on other publishers’ announcements that they are including a free digital code with some of their print comics (something suggested here a long time ago), Marvel has announced every issue of Avenging Spider-Man will now include a free digital copy of the issue to download from the Marvel Comics App.
Marvel is making digital comics history once more, and proudly announcing that Avenging Spider-Man #1, from the superstar creative team of Zeb Wells and Joe Madureira, will be polybagged with a code for a FREE digital copy of this issue on the Marvel Comics app. That’s right: for no additional charge to the retailers or consumers, Marvel is making sure that everyone who purchases the print version of Avenging Spider-Man #1 (any cover, including all variants) at their local comic shop can get a free digital copy of the issue on the Marvel Comics app .This is the first time that any major comic publisher has offered a free digital copy of a comic with the purchase of the physical copy without any additional cost. This digital copy of Avenging Spider-Man #1 will be accessible via both the Marvel Comics app and the Marvel Chrome store.
While the Humberto Ramos variant for the upcoming Avenging Spider-Man #1 is all kinds of cool, Marvel is betting you will also want to check out J. Scott Campbell’s variant featuring Spider-Man and Captain America.
Humberto Ramos does an amazing job on The Amazing Spider-Man series, and though I would love to see his art all over the Spider-Man books, I’ll settle for a variant cover for the upcoming Avenging Spider-Man #1 issue from Marvel.