Marvel Comics showcases an exclusive preview of The Amazing Spider-Man # 52, by Nick Spencer and Patrick Gleason.
In The Amazing Spider-Man # 52, Peter Parker enlisted Dr. Stephen Strange’s help in his fight against the villain Kindred, who used demonic versions of his closest allies. the wall climber is against him. At the end of that matter, Peter sees Kindred hosting a creepy dinner party, though exactly what’s going on is not entirely clear.
Marvel Comics now offers exclusive CBR and previews by Nick Spencer, Patrick Gleason, Edgar Delgado, and VC’s Joe Caramagna. Ultimate Spiderman # 52, reveal more about what Kindred is doing. The preview reveals that the people at Kindred̵7;s creepy party are George Stacy, Jean DeWolff, Marla Jameson, Flash Thompson Gwen Stacy, and Ben Parker. After witnessing what Kindred has done, Spider-Man attacks the villain, essentially one of his closest old friends: Harry Osborn.
You can see about CBR’s exclusive preview Ultimate Spiderman # 52 below with welcome info for the book and covers for Gleason and Delgado.
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN # 52
- NICK SPENCER (W) • PATRICK GLEASON (A / C)
- COVER CHANGE HEADSHOT BY TODD NAUCK
- SPIDER-MAN NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE TRIBUTE CHANGE PERFORMANCE BY VEREGGE JEFFREY
- FINAL ADVICE CONTINUED!
- Kindred showed Spider-Man his true strength, and Spidey saw how much trouble he was in.
- 32 PGS./Rated T +… $ 3.99
All of Kindred’s deaths are famous ones in previous Spider-Man comics. For example, Uncle Ben was the main factor that made Peter choose to use his newly acquired spider powers for good, while Gwen Stacy is one of Peter’s favorite favorites. She was killed by the Green Goblin in the arc of Gerry Conway, Gil Kane, John Romita Sr. and Tony Mortellaro’s “The Night Gwen Stacy Died” in 1973, though an alternate cosmic version of Gwen eventually made her into the main Marvel Universe.
Created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, Peter Parker / Spider-Man made its debut in 1962 Great delusion # 15. In his origin story, Peter gained superpowers after a radioactive spider bit him. Spider-Man and his adventures have been adapted into a number of movies and TV series, while there is a large number of games focusing on the hero or having him in some way.
Amazing Spiderman # 52, by Nick Spencer, Patrick Gleason, Edgar Delgado, and VC’s Joe Caramagna, will go on sale November 11 from Marvel Comics. The comic features covers by Patrick Gleason and Edgar Delgado, as well as Todd Nauck, Rachelle Rosenberg and Jeffrey Veregge.
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