Following a short series of teasers, Marvel confirmed Wednesday that the curious "Spider-Men" project would as predicted take the form of a story in which Peter Parker, the classic Spider-Man of the publisher's main line, teams-up with Miles Morales, the recently introduced Spider-Man of the publisher's distinct Ultimate Comics Universe. Written by Brian Michael Bendis and drawn by Sara Pichelli with color by Justin Ponsor, the five-part Spider-Men miniseries marks the first such crossover
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Miles Morales is only a few fan months old, but the new star of Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #1 by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli is wasting no time populating -- at least vicariously -- Marvel's videogames. The bla
Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #1 ships today, giving us our first real look at Miles Morales, the new half-black, half-Hispanic Ultimate Spider-Man. Miles will replace the late Peter Parker as the alternate dimension version of the webslinging hero, a change that writer (and character co-creator) Brian Micha
Kaare Andrews' cover for Ultimate Spider-Man #1 prominently features the costume of new Spider-Man Miles Morales, but for those who'd like to peep the hero behind the mask, interior artist Sara Pichelli's newly-unveiled variant cover may be what you're after. Written by Brian Michael Bendis, the issue arrives in stores on September 15. See the full cover image after the jump.
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The media has predictably worked itself into a frenzy over the news that the new Spider-Man of Marvel Comics's Ultimate line is going to be half-black and half-Hispanic, with right-wing commentator Glenn Beck bizarrely attributing the character to First Lady Michelle Obama, and the Drudge Report even more bizarrely suggesting that the character "could be gay." I mean, I don't know. I guess he could be gay, in the same way anyone you meet at random could potentially be gay. And yet I so rarely drop that afte