Ever since their falling out during Civil War, Spider-Man and Iron Man haven’t been too chummy.  All that’s going to change (again) when the duo team up in Invincible Iron Man #7.  Marvel Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue that arrives November 05, 2008.

Pencils & Cover by SALVADOR LARROCA

Since their falling out in Civil War, Iron Man and Spidey have not exactly been on the best of terms.  Now, when a new threat arises, the two Avengers must put their differences aside and learn to get along if they want to stop it!  Plus, after the exhilarating conclusion to The Five Nightmares last issue, Invincible Iron Man #7 marks as a perfect jumping on point for new readers to strap in and enjoy the book that everyone can’t stop raving about!


Invincible Iron Man #7 arrives November 05, 2008, and will sell for $2.99.

via Marvel


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  1. I heard somewhere (real reliable, I know) that Invincible Iron Man #1 is set after Secret Invasion. I suppose it’s safe to assume, if that is the case, then that post-SI there is still an Iron Man-fronted S.H.I.E.L.D. and the registration act is still in effect.?

  2. I would assume that the first arc was set pre-Secret Invasion, and if I had to guess, I’d say that this one coming up will be pre-SI as well.

  3. This is set before Secret Invasion. Issue #8 kicks off the “Dark Reign” event, which is why the solicits won’t come up until Secret Invasion is over. Dum Dum Dugan was in issue #1, which happens before he blows himself up in Secret Invasion #1.

  4. I’m still angry they killed off Dum Dum…stupid SI… and if Spiderman and Iron Man are going to become friends again then why have Civil War? Damn you comic universe, if you’re going to change things drastically for money and then slowly make it so everything was the way it always was…wait that’s how it always works…why am I still a fan?

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