COMICS: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: YEAR ONE Coming In May With Covers From Alex Ross
This May, writer Dan Slott and artist Ramón Pérez will shed some light on Peter Parker's early days as Spider-Man in Amazing Spider-Man, Year One: Learning to Crawl. "When you're looking at things in those issues, you're going: 'Wait a minute! How did this happen? How did he get this? Where did this come from? Why didn't Aunt May ever wonder about that?'" Slott said in an interview with The Associated Press today. "Learning To Crawl" kicks off in May with Amazing Spider-Man #1.1, and Alex Ross has painted a cover for each instalment of the new series. However, what will it add to the already very familiar tale? "Someone's running around trying to be just like Spider-Man and there's no way in Peter's mind that he's not responsible for everything that guy's going to do," Slott revealed. "He's got his first villain who is his own age, someone that he's inspired. He's a troubled teen hero fighting a troubled teen villain!"
Coinciding with the release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in theatres this May, Marvel will be releasing a five-issue miniseries from Dan Slott, Ramón Pérez and Alex Ross called Amazing Spider-Man, Year One: Learning to Crawl, shedding new light on the iconic character's origin story...
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