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.
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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