COMICS: First Look At Sci-Fi Spider-Man In EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #3 Preview

COMICS: First Look At Sci-Fi Spider-Man In EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #3 Preview

From writer/artist Dustin Weaver comes a radical new vision of everyone's favourite Wall-Crawler: a sci-fi Spider-Man in the pages of Edge of Spider-Verse. Hit the jump to check out a preview.

Dustin Weaver (writer/art/cover) Greg Land (variant)
ON SALE: 09/24/2014 PRICE: $3.99

The Spider-Verse inches ever closer as every Spider-Man from every universe prepares for multiversal war against a common foe. Today, Marvel is proud to present your first look at EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #3 – the next chapter is the blockbuster 5-issue mini-series showcasing a new creative team and new spider character each issue! Rising star Dustin Weaver (INFINITY, Avengers) pulls triple duty as he writes, draws and colors a brand new creation – Dr. Aaron Aikman: Spider-Man!

“Unlike Peter, he chose to be Spider-Man,” says Weaver of his new creation, in an interview with “He did it himself, to become a hero for his city. I guess that says a lot about the character of my Spider-Man. He’s got a big ego and being good at being Spider-Man is a point of pride. He doesn’t struggle with responsibility. He enjoys it. Other than his origin being different, he also has a completely different cast of supporting characters and villains.”

As Aikman dons the helmet of his Spider-Man suit composed of bleeding-edge technology, he confronts the evil that plagues his New York City. As the villainous Red Eye and Naahmurah wreak havoc on his world, only Spider-Man stands capable of saving the day! But is he prepared for the onslaught of Spider-Verse and the coming of Morlun? Find out when the wildly imaginative sci-fi Spider-Man makes his debut in EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #3 this September!  

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TheRationalNerd - 8/27/2014, 5:57 PM
I like the artwork but I'm not feeling the costume.
JordanKing - 8/27/2014, 5:59 PM
SpiderFraud - 8/27/2014, 6:07 PM
I'm feeling this a bunch right now.

The only thing I don't like on the suit is the feet.
DeusExSponge - 8/27/2014, 6:17 PM
One hell of a costume! Although the cover doesn't do it justice.
Jollem - 8/27/2014, 6:41 PM
that's really cool with the card there

HAILHYDRA - 8/27/2014, 6:53 PM
I get the feeling Spider-Man is one property that Marvel Studio is ok with not owning. I say that because they can trust Sony to keep pumping out movies no matter how good, or BAD, they are. Either way, Spider-Man toys are going to sell and that money never goes to Sony. It goes straight to Disney who then sends it back to Marvel Studios who turns it into budgets for movies like Guardians of the Galaxy.
Jollem - 8/27/2014, 7:01 PM
marvel studios wants every movie property. don't kid yourself
staypuffed - 8/27/2014, 7:06 PM
Marvel would most definitely want the property under their roof, but the amount of merchandise (toys, t-shirts, a shitton stuff) suggests they have a good relationship with Sony.
staypuffed - 8/27/2014, 7:06 PM
merchandise for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, I mean.
TonyChu - 8/27/2014, 7:38 PM
Marvel trading cards. I'm have a huge collection of these and some holographics.
HAILHYDRA - 8/27/2014, 8:16 PM
@staypuffed Think about it though. Marvel gets to sale toys without having to fund a movie. I'd be curious to see what's more: the profit they would make from a film, or the profit they from toys without having to fund a film.
DukeAcureds - 8/28/2014, 7:42 AM
Spider-Man IS Sci-Fi.
Makiveli21 - 9/2/2014, 3:57 PM
@jordanking pick up a comic book before you post. Superiors been back for about a month now. He started spiderverse.

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