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Roger Stern Writes One "Final" Spider-Man Story

Roger Stern Writes One

Legendary comic writer Roger Stern revealed today that he will be dishing out one "final" Spider-Man story.



Source: CBR Forums

The issue in particular will be Peter Parker Spider-Man #156.1. Here the solictations for the issue, as posted by Stern himself on CBR:

 

Written by ROGER STERN
Art by ROB DE LATORRE
Cover by JOHN ROMITA, JR

There are suspicious goings-on at the old Acme Warehouse on Jamaica Bay, and the Amazing Spider-Man is determined to get to the bottom of it ... literally.
Plus, Daily Bugle reporter Norah Winters discovers something about Peter Parker's past.

ON-SALE 8/1/2012

 

As to why Stern is declaring this his final Spider-Man issue:

 

I haven't any more stories in the pipeline.

I suppose that could change. But for now, it's the last one.

-- Uncle Rog





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