Why Did Miles Morales conquire Gwen Stacy with absolute blast?
Spider-Man is one of Marvel’s most popular heroes, and it’s for good reason. The character has a charm to him that is almost second to none, and his assortment of villains ensures that Peter Parker has a steady stream of conflict to keep things interesting. Marvel’s Spider-Man has already introduced a number of his legendary villains, but there have been so many through his long comic book history that there’s plenty of potential for more to be added in the sequel. Spider-Man: Miles Morales has already begun branching out by adding villains like The Tinkerer, so it’s likely that the full sequel will continue this trend.
Just like the original series, this special issue will offer a thought-provoking retrospective of the entire history of Spider-Man as if he had aged in real time since his 1962 debut, reframing Spider-Man’s greatest adventures, his tragic romance with Gwen Stacy, and his most iconic villains against the backdrop of key moments from each decade. And now, readers will see Spider-Man’s groundbreaking history told from a different point of view…
“Working on the original SPIDER-MAN: LIFE STORY was a dream come true for me,” Zdarsky says. “But the problem with the miniseries was that I didn’t have the room to properly tell the life story of one of my all-time favorite characters: J. Jonah Jameson! Getting the chance to revisit this universe with Mark again has been an absolute blast!”
J. Jonah Jameson will do whatever it takes to make the world see that Spider-Man is nothing but a threat and a menace. Will the decades of his obsession bear fruit for Jonah…or be his destruction? Find out in SPIDER-MAN: LIFE STORY ANNUAL #1 when it hits stands on August 4! And stay tuned for information on the all-new SPIDER-MAN: LIFE STORY HARDCOVER collecting the entire series plus this exciting new entry, coming later this year.