Miles Morales first appeared in the Ultimate Universe back in 2011 and took over the role of (Ultimate) Spider-Man after that universe's Peter Parker died. Since then he's crossed over into the main Marvel universe and became another Spider-Man, alongside the still alive Peter Parker.
When Miles Morales headlined a series, it was written by his co-creator Brian Michael Bendis. Well, coming this December, he's about to get a new series, this time written by a different scribe: Saladin Ahmed. Joining Ahmed on the new series, titled Miles Morales: Spider-Man, will be artist Javier Garron.
Here's what Ahmed says is in store for Miles in his new series:
"Of all the Marvel tropes, the hard-luck supervillain is maybe my very favorite, and Rhino is sort of the Ur example of that. It's precisely because he's a sort of artifact of the Silver Age of comics, this hulking prehistoric monster vs. Miles as a sort of young face of the modern super hero. There's going to be some fun back-and-forth between them."
He also mentioned that Miles' uncle Aaron would be returning as the Iron Spider.
Miles Morales: Spider-Man #1 cover by Brian Stelfreeze