Carmen Carnero Joins Miles Morales: Spider-Man Creative Team in April; No Mention of X-Corp

We still haven't heard anything about that new X-Corp title since Marvel announced it for February and then promptly delayed it a few months ago, but it looks like we could be waiting even longer because Carmen Carnero, who was supposed to handle art for the series, has landed a new gig as the artist of Miles Morales: Spider-Man, beginning with April's Miles Morales: Spider-Man #17.

The issue is billed as a jumping-on point for the book as Marvel's teen heroes enter "the Outlawed age," as Marvel's teen heroes become embroiled in Civil War 3. Carnero joins series writer Saladin Ahmed on the title.

Check out the solicit below, and Marvel's full April solicitations here.

MILES MORALES: SPIDER–MAN #17
SALADIN AHMED (W)
CARMEN CARNERO (A)
COVER BY JAVIER GARRÓN
MARVEL ZOMBIES VARIANT COVER BY KAARE ANDREWS
• Team MILES MORALES welcomes the INCREDIBLE Carmen Carnero (CAPTAIN MARVEL, X–MEN RED)!
• And welcomes readers faithful and fresh to discover what life is like for Brooklyn's teen Spider–Man in the OUTLAWED age!
• It's time for young people to stand together or fall apart! Who will need Miles to risk the wrath of C.R.A.D.L.E.?
32 PGS./Rated T …$3.99

Carmen Carnero Joins Miles Morales: Spider-Man Creative Team in April

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