Source: Travel to Spider-Verse with the Return of Superior Spider-Man
The die has been cast once more, for the SUPERIOR Spider-Man will return in August. Marvel announced the news that the series will be returning with #32 starting in August to kick off a "lost" adventure of Spock (or Doc Ock in Peter Parker's body). The creative team behind this arc will be: Dan Slott, Christos Gage, Giuseppe Camuncoli and Adam Kubert. As for what it'll be about? Christos Gage explains the hook for the arc:
"There’s time travel involved. Sharp-eyed readers will remember a period in Superior Spider-Man #19 when Otto vanished in a flash of temporal energy. Now we'll find out where he went, and what happened.”
This will also somehow play a part in the Spidey event: Spider-Verse. How? We don't know the exact details, but Marvel did also released this teaser image along with the cover to #32 (which was the teased during C2E2 a few weeks ago):
So does this mean there's two Spider-Man books in August and September then? Also how the heck does this tie into Spider-Verse?! Will Spider-Verse be bigger than Avengers #29, making Tom Brevoort a liar? I guess we'll wait and see.
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