Someone is working their way through the multiverse, leaving a trail of dead spiders in their wake! As the Superior Spider-Man faces this foe in the future, MC2's Spider-Girl finds herself under attack! From 1602 to the era of Noir, from a spider-powered Gwen Stacy to the world-famous Spider-Ham, spider-themed heroes everywhere, in every world, begin to falter and fall. How can "our" Spider-Man possibly hope to survive against this unstoppable interdimensional onslaught? Guest-starring every Spider-Man ever...and then some! Spider-UK, Sp//dr, Scarlet Spiders, Spider-Woman, Spider-Man 2099...can any of them survive the arrival of Morlun?
COLLECTING: Amazing Spider-Man 7-15, Superior Spider-Man 32-33, Free Comic Book Day 2014 (Guardians of the Galaxy) 1 (5 page Spider-Man story), Spider-Verse 1-2, Spider-Verse Team-Up 1-3, Scarlet Spiders 1-3, Spider-Woman 1-4, Spider-Man 2099 6-8
|Product dimensions:||7.60(w) x 11.10(h) x 1.20(d)|
|Age Range:||9 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Dan Slott is an American comic book writer, the current writer on Marvel Comics' The Amazing Spider-Man, and is best known for his work on books such as , Arkham Asylum: Living Hell, She-Hulk, Silver Surfer, The Superior Spider-Man, and Ren & Stimpy
Olivier Coipel is a French comic book artist, known for his work on books such as House of M, Legion of Super-Heroes and Thor.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book collects the majority of the Spider-Verse saga in one place. If you want the complete story, you will also have to get Amazing Spider-Man: Edge of Spider-Verse. The paperback copy is solid, has clear printing and text, and has bright, colorful illustrations. This is a heavy book, about 2 1/2 lbs. The only problem I have with the book is the organization. At the front of the book, it lays out the chronological order for the issues (including where the Edge of Spider-Verse issues go), but the book is not printed in chronological order. The issues are grouped together by title (All of Superior Spider-Man first, then all of the Amazing Spider-Man, etc). If you read the book page by page, the climax would occur somewhere in the middle of the book and then would be followed by more issues filling in details which occurred earlier. What makes it worse is that there are no page numbers and no table of contents, so you cannot easily find a certain issue to read without paging through the book looking for the issue title. This is still a great read and is good fun for a Spider-Fan, but be prepared to do some work if you want to read the story in the order listed in the front of the book.