AMAZING SPIDER-MAN's SINISTER WAR Will See Spidey Battling Two Versions Of The Sinister Six This July

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN's SINISTER WAR Will See Spidey Battling Two Versions Of The Sinister Six This July

Marvel has revealed details and artwork for Amazing Spider-Man event Sinister War, a four-part story that will pit two versions of the Sinister Six against each other with Spidey caught in the middle!

Following that intriguing teaser in the pages of Amazing Spider-Man #64 today, Marvel Comics has officially announced that an out war between two of Spider-Man’s greatest villains and their own Sinister Sextets will erupt in "Sinister War" this July.

The four-part event series pits Doctor Octopus’s Sinister Six against Vulture’s Savage Six in a war that puts all of New York in the crossfire. Nick Spencer is handling writing duties, while Ultimate Spider-Man artist Mark Bagley will join him. 

"Nick Spencer always goes big," says Amazing Spider-Man and Sinister War Editor Nick Lowe, "and this is his biggest story yet through this series and the concurrent issues of Amazing Spider-Man, so clear some room on your ‘Best Comics Ever’ shelf."

The solicitation text for the issue also reveals some new details.

"Ock’s got a new Sinister Six and if you think he’s thought big in the past, think again," it reads. "What Ock DOESN’T know is that the Vulture has a sextet of his own: The Savage Six! It’s an all-out WAR between two of the greatest villains in the Marvel Universe, and the only person they hate more than each other is Spider-Man! Spidey’s in deep trouble with the toughest battle that he’s ever faced. Nick Spencer and Mark Bagley team up for this epic Spider-Man story guaranteed to shock readers everywhere!"

This sounds like a classic Spider-Man story, and as you can see below, both teams will feature undeniably impressive rosters of villains. Kindred, meanwhile, still appears to be pulling the strings.

Are you guys excited for Sinister War this July?
 

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