Amazing Spider-Man By Slott, Camuncoli Confirmed


It probably should come as no surprise that just a day away from the release of the All-New, All-Different Marvel Previews issue that is supposed to reveal all of this fall’s Marvel comics and creative teams, scans of what’s inside are popping up at various locations around the internet. These days, leaks should probably be added to the old adage about death and taxes. While we’re waiting to see what comes of some of this new information, we can at least put the fears of Peter Parker fans to rest: he’s still going to be around, and there will still be an Amazing Spider-Man series after Secret Wars.

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The reason there was even any doubt is that Marvel revealed a book simply called Spider-Man that stars Miles Morales, with Peter apparently serving as a mentor of some sort. But today, after Bleeding Cool ran the scan of the Amazing Spider-Man #1 image you see above, Marvel confirmed to Comic Book Resources that the details that go along with it are legit. The relaunched series will feature the creative team of Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli, continuing their run from before Secret Wars, with covers by the great Alex Ross.

The most eye-catching part of that cover is probably the new costume, with a fresh spin on Peter’s traditional spider symbol — to coincide with that upcoming Spider-Man film reboot, perhaps? But there are also signs of Parker looking every bit like James Bond with women, gadgets and someone in a Spider-Mobile. Might he be working for S.H.I.E.L.D. as some kind of super-spy? Or maybe he simply switched places with Tony Stark as the resident genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist of the new Marvel Universe, particularly since Stark is said to have money problems going forward.

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It’s not yet clear whether the Previews magazine has more details beyond covers and tag lines for the new series, but you can bet that Marvel will be saying a lot more about Amazing Spider-Man as it prepares to relaunch in October.

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