Read This Preview of Spider-Man #3 Before It Gets Delayed Again

Spider-Man #3 is in stores from Marvel Comics next week (allegedly), by J.J. Abrams's kid and Sara Pichelli. And Abrams's kid has caught a lot of flack for getting a gig writing one of the most well-known superheroes in the world with no prior experience just because his dad is famous. But as it turns out, he may be a natural for the comic creation business after all. Because like a comic by a total pro, Spider-Man has been stricken with delays, with the final issue of this five-issue mini-series now set to hit stores in April! This kid may be the next Geoff Johns, fer chrissakes!

Read This Preview of Spider-Man #3 Before It Gets Delayed Again

Thankfully, since it's been a while since the last issue, there's a recap page to get us caught up.

Read This Preview of Spider-Man #3 Before It Gets Delayed Again

And then we catch up on Ben Parker, listening to adults argue.

Read This Preview of Spider-Man #3 Before It Gets Delayed Again

Finally, Peter Parker remembers that with great power there must also come great responsibility, and also with fatherhood.

Read This Preview of Spider-Man #3 Before It Gets Delayed Again

But Ben isn't in the mood to talk. Especially about his mom.

Read This Preview of Spider-Man #3 Before It Gets Delayed Again

Ben gets so mad, in fact, he could explode. So he does.

Read This Preview of Spider-Man #3 Before It Gets Delayed Again

Spider-Man #3 will supposedly be in stores on Wednesday, but we'll believe it when we see it.

SPIDER-MAN #3 (OF 5)
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(W) J. J. Abrams, Henry Abrams (A) Sara Pichelli (CA) Olivier Coipel
• J.J. Abrams' (Star Wars, Star Trek, Alias) comic debut continues, co-written by his son Henry with art by superstar Sara Pichelli (SPIDER-MAN, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY).
• The most anticipated comic of 2019 takes a turn you won't believe.
• If you think you know what's going to happen to Peter and Mary Jane next, you're wrong.
Rated T
In Shops: Dec 18, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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