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.
Press Release This May, when everything ends, it’s time to go back to the future! Behold Secret Wars’ WARZONE! and prepare for the ride of your life in SECRET WARS 2099 #1 – the newest Secret Wars series from the acclaimed Spider-Man 2099 creative team of Peter David and Will Sliney!
Times are tough and comics can be expensive! We here at Major Spoilers understand that and we know that many people are trade waiters. We want to help you make the most informed buying decision concerning collected editions. Still haven’t bought a gift for Valentine’s Day? Looking for something for that special someone? We have some inspiring suggestions for readers this month. This is what we all had to say: JASON’S PICK Spider-Man 2099 Classic Volume 3 The Fall Of The Hammer TP Writers: Peter David and Various Artists: Various Publisher: Marvel Comics Price: $34.99 In Stores: February 4th, 2015
Spider-Man 2099 follows his grandfather overseas as the modern day adventures of the futuristic Spider-Man continues! Spider-Man 2099 follows his grandfather overseas as the modern day adventures of the futuristic Spider-Man continues! Spider-Man 2099 #3 Written by Peter David Art by Will Sliney Published by Marvel Comics Cover Price: $3.99 Previously in Spider-Man 2099: Miguel O’Hara is stuck in the 20th century, and his boss, Liz Allan has figured out that he is from the future. What will he do? 2099 IS COOL AGAIN Let first start of this review by revealing that I am indeed a huge
Time in the Marvel Universe is broken, and a crisis has arisen that might wipe the world of 2099 entirely out of existence. That century’s Spider-Man knows his only chance is to team up with the original Spidey to save his world and the whole of time… Too bad the original Spider-Man is dead, and Otto Octavius has taken his place. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
What happens when you meet your greatest hero and he doesn’t turn out to be who you thought he was? Well, the Superior Spider-Panel set that question in motion for Flash Thompson, a.k.a. Venom, with the announcement of Darkest Hours, a four part story arc starting in Superior Spider-Man #22 and continuing through to Superior Spider-Man #25. For the cover to that, and some more Spider-News, take the jump.
Or – “Power And Responsibility Transcending Time And Space…” The modern Heroic Age of the modern universe gave rise to legends that have endured for decades, both in-universe and out. Among those is the legend of Spider-Man, a colorful hero whose battles against foes large and small taught everyone a lesson involving the responsibilities of having super-powers. About a century later (depending on comic-book time, of course) a new hero rose, taking his name as a tribute to the old and heralding, like his predecessor, a new heroic age. And, like Peter Parker, he was considered an unlikely hero, but