Fiendish evil Amazing Spider-Man writer Dan Slott continues to troll Spider-Man 2099 fans today with yet another diabolical scheme.
No doubt still in his secure bunker due to the fall out of Amazing Spider-Man #698's ending (and no doubt taking great pleasure in numerous Spider-Man fans' misery), Dan Slott, the writer for Amazing Spider-Man (and soon to be Superior Spider-Man) has taken to trolling a new fanbase: Spider-Man 2099 fans. Just a few months ago Slott began his teases when he "accidently" name dropped the name Miguel (which was the name of Spider-Man 2099, Miguel O'Hara). Today Slott has taken his trolling to another level, on his Facebook and Twitter accounts he has plastered this picture of Spider-Man 2099 as his profile picture:
Even more, he's taken that extra step in literally renaming himself Miguel O'Hara on Twitter. It wouldn't surprise this reporter as well of him being the evil mastermind who commissioned these pair of sketches too.
Though maybe there is a method to Slott's madness. Earlier this year he targeted Hobgoblin fans (namely this reporter), and ironically the Hobgoblin DID return. Will this incessive trolling he's doing on Spider-Man 2099 fans bare the same fruit? Only time will tell.
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