Marvel Comics to reveal Spider-man’s early days
0 0 0
Share
Article

Marvel Comics to reveal Spider-man’s early days

Marvel Comics to reveal Spider-man’s early days
“The Spider-Man” series is arguably one of the most likeable comic strips of all times. The long running comic strip that has enthralled generations of children around the world during the course of the past six decades is slated to undergo a radical transformation. Reports reveal that Peter Parker, considered to be every child's idol is set to undergo an amazing journey that maps his transformation from a gawking teenager into a super hero. Starting from May 2014, Marvel Comics plan to reveal many interesting facts that reveal hitherto unexplored aspects pertaining to the early days of Parker's life. The new storyline will take off from Parker’s juggling schools to fighting different types of crime. More importantly, it would also depict the emotional journey of Peter Parker losing his beloved uncle Ben, an event that helped to change him from a simple teenager into everybody's favorite super hero. The writer Dan Slott who has been penning the Spiderman's series since 2008 has reportedly revealed that the new set of stories would not only pay tribute to the original 1962 Stan Lee and Steve Ditto-created character, but also install many more layers into the first volume of the 700-issue, “The Amazing Spider-Man”. Interestingly the five part story starting from the first week of May has been tentatively titled as “Learning to Crawl”. The new series is expected to finally conclude in September.  Reportedly the story’s five cover pages are being painted by artist Alex Ross. The writer further reveals that the stories provide the readers a chance to learn much more about the high school student, and not just the superhero who was the beneficiary of a bite from a radioactive spider. However Slott is keeping some secrets in order to spring a surprise on the readers who can discover them when the book finally releases. There are some newspaper claims that in the new book the latest villain may or may not be Parker's peer.
Share With The World
0 0 0

Facebook Conversation