Preview: 100th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL – SPIDER-MAN #1

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Sean Ryan and In-Hyuk Lee predict where Spidey will be in 25 years as part of July’s 100th Anniversary event.

“We’re jumping into a story already in progress for this issue,’” explains writer Sean Ryan in an interview with Marvel.com. “We’re treating this issue as if it was the last issue in a long arc that has been running in the Spider-Man books for a while. This issue sees the story coming to an end. The idea of the story being that the symbiote is back, but it’s been infused with technology that gives its host the power to plug in to the grid and control anything connected to it. And this being the future, that’s just about everything.

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Comments

  1. Oliver 1000 says:

    Good grief, who reads or can even stand to look at this sort of awful garbage?

  2. The art looks pretty nice even if a little Bisley/Sharpe in tone

  3. Pretty art, but bad story telling. Look at that second page. He’s punched from the left, and in the next panel, instead of following through with the motion, he falls in the other direction.

  4. Oliver 1000 says:

    It looks like the fever dream of a 30 year old sexless pornography addicted video game playing subnormal juggalo

  5. Rich Harvey says:

    ““We’re jumping into a story already in progress for this issue,’” explains writer Sean Ryan in an interview with Marvel.com. “We’re treating this issue as if it was the last issue in a long arc that has been running in the Spider-Man books for a while.”

    So, we’re predicting that in another 50 years, nothing will have changed?

  6. I’m not a regular Spider-Man reader, but the “where Spidey will be in 25 years” caught my eye. I thought it would be like Dark Knight: old guy Spider-Man, but guess not.

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