In a new variant cover for Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #1, on which he serves as the writer, Chip Zdarsky will teach readers how to draw the web-slinging hero in six-easy steps…if only he can just get it right.
In typical Zdarsky fashion, humour wins through as he satirises what is perhaps the most frustrating part of the Spider-Man costume design for artists.
What is particular interesting is the cover also seems to be a blank cover variant, after a fashion, perhaps allowing readers to take these new lessons to hard and try their hand at it?
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