Kingpin Is The New Venom In Our First Look At The SPIDER-MAN 100th Anniversary Special

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This year is Marvel‘s 75th anniversary, but the publisher has decided to skip this milestone and instead celebrate their 100th anniversary with a series of special issues looking at the world they may possibly be writing about in the not-so-distant future. A preview for one of the first books to be released in the new line, Spider-Man #1, features some rather surprising changes. Spidey‘s world in 2061 is a strange one where Kingpin has taken control of an extremely powerful techno-symbiote Venom suit.

The issue written by Sean Ryan with art from In-Hyuk Lee will see the wall-crawler going up against Venom Kingpin…KingVenom…VenomPin…I don’t know what we call him, but he looks like trouble. Each week in July will see the release of a new 100th Anniversary Special featuring creators tackling their vision of what Marvel will look like in 2061. What do you think about our first preview for the new event? Will you be taking the trip to the future with Marvel?

Marvel is pleased to present your first look at the 100th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL – SPIDER-MAN #1, from rising star creators Sean Ryan and In-Hyuk Lee. What does the wallcrawler look like in the far-flung future of 2061? The Kingpin has taken control of his ultra-powerful techno-symbiote suit. One of his most powerful weapons in the hands of one of his most powerful enemies, Spider-Man will have to prove once again why he’s the greatest superhero in the world!
Each week in July sees a new 100th Anniversary Special featuring fan-favorite creators and rising stars as they envision the Marvel Universe of 2061! With the Kingpin in possession of a deadly weapon capable of limitless control, it’s up to the one and only Spider-Man to stop him. But how can he?
Find out as the wallcrawler of tomorrow fights for his life when the 100th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL – SPIDER-MAN #1 hits comic shops this July!






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