Mat Johnson Makes Marvel Comics Writing Debut With Daily Bugle Comic, Drawn by Mack Chater

Spinning out of events in the current Amazing Spider-Man comic book, Marvel Comics are launching a new Daily Bugle series from Mat Johnson, better known for DC Vertigo work such as Hellblazer Special: Papa Midnite, Incognegro and Loving Day. He is joined on the series by Mack Chater of Black Panther And The Crew and co-creator of Sword Daughter.

Amazing Spider-Man: Daily Bugle will star Bugle editor Robbie Robertson as he follows a lead into Spider-Man and Kingpin’s past.

And like any great news story, this series will have revelations that will change the way you view Spider-Man forever as Robbie discovers a secret that will affect anyone who’s ever come into contact with the web slinger! Spanning five issues and tackling events from Nick Spencer’s current run on AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, this tale will be chock full of twists and turns as the Daily Bugle dig into the past to uncover the deadly truth.

Amazing Spider-Man: Daily Bugle will be published in January.

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: DAILY BUGLE #1 (of 5)

Written by MAT JOHNSON

Art by MACK CHATER

Cover by MARK BAGLEY

SPINNING OUT OF AMAZING SPIDER-MAN!

The journalist must speak truth to power—whether or not it’s wielded responsibly. Helmed by Peter Parker’s mentor, Robbie Robertson, the Daily Bugle staff is at last chasing stories that matter. And in a city under Mayor Wilson Fisk, keeping the public informed is as essential as it is dangerous. Weaving between events in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN and DAREDEVIL, Mat Johnson (Hellblazer Special: Papa Midnite, Incognegro, Loving Day) and Mack Chater (BLACK PANTHER AND THE CREW, Briggs Land) are following a lead into Kingpin and Spider-Man’s past that will change the way you look at the webslinger now, and as his story continues.

Mat Johnson Makes Marvel Comics Debut With Daily Bugle Comic with Mack Chater

About Rich Johnston

Chief writer and founder of Bleeding Cool. Father of two. Comic book clairvoyant. Political cartoonist.

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