A new image depicts the new Marvel character attacking the president.
Now that Amazing Spider-Man #700 spoilers have leaked across the Internet, most computer saavy comic book fans know what sort of character the new "Superior" Spider-Man will be. However, if there was any question, a new image released by the White House shows the new Spider-Man character attacking President Barack Obama.
As seen above, Spider-Man is shown attacking the president of the United States right outside of the Oval Office, pinning him to the wall with a new type of invisible webbing. We can only imagine that Spider-Man has already incapacitated Obama's Secret Service off-screen.
While no artist was named, we believe the image was drawn by Humberto Ramos, judging by Spider-Man's odd proportions, which make him resemble a toddler.
For shame, Dan Slott. For shame.
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