Free previews of the book are coming out, and the Amazing Spider-Man writer doesn't want the twist spoiled.
Today both on his Twitter/Facebook, Dan Slott, The Amazing Spider-Man and soon to be Superior Spider-Man writer, pleaded with readers and reviewers of the book with this message:
With that said, to anyone who dares to cross Dan Slott, I say: GOOD LUCK, BRO. If i were you, I wouldn't even READ spoilers for the issue, just to be safe.
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