Spider-Persons, Spider-Persons, Everwhere on InHyuk Lee's Spider-Geddon Connecting Variants

Spider-Persons, Spider-Persons, Everwhere on InHyuk Lee’s Spider-Geddon Connecting Variants

Posted by September 6, 2018 Comment

Fear not, Marvel readers and masochists who thought to themselves, “yes, Dan Slott wrote approximately 27,000 straight issues of Spider-Man and various Spider-themed events, but I really feel like I need just one more…” Slott is returning to the Spider-Verse to team up with fellow writer Christos Gage and artist Jorge Molina to bring you Spider-Geddon, an event that promises to be just as confusing (but mercifully shorter) than the Clone Saga!

But hey, what why get tangled up in the web of what’s inside the book when you can line up all six issues (including #0) next to each other for an amazing connecting variant cover combination from superstar artist InHyuk Lee?! A press release goes on:

Unlike the variant covers that will accompany SPIDER-GEDDON’s debut, this stellar cover connects all six issues, including the prelude #0 issue, celebrating the multitude of Spideys that appear in the story – from old favorites to new favorites to the newest member of the Spider-Man family, Peter Parker from the world of Marvel’s Spider-Man!

Featuring new villains and old villains, shocking deaths and shocking returns, and all the Spider characters you can fit into one larger-than-life tale, this is a Marvel Spider-Event not to be missed! Don’t miss the opportunity to dive into this fresh new adventure October 10th, when SPIDER-GEDDON #1 hits comic shops!

Check out the massive image below (you may want to line up a few monitors side-by-side to see it in all its glory).

SPIDER-GEDDON
Written by CHRISTOS GAGE with DAN SLOTT
Art and Cover by JORGE MOLINA

(Last Updated September 6, 2018 2:10 pm )

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