Written by Jude Terror
on Friday, December 18 2009 and posted in Previews
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, check out this advance preview of Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #58, in stores next week on 12/23/09!
COVER BY: SKOTTIE YOUNG
WRITER: Paul Tobin
PENCILS: Matteo Lolli
COLORED BY: Chris Sotomayor
LETTERED BY: Dave Sharpe
With his relationship with Chat in turmoil, and with Gwen Stacy oddly claiming she’s his girlfriend, and with Aunt May suddenly needing $25,000, life is a little shaky for Peter Parker. Finding out that Tombstone and the Torino crime family have put a price on his head doesn’t exactly cheer him up and, now, on top of everything else, the Blonde Phantom Detective Agency is looking to contact Spider-Man, but do they want to recruit him, or join in on the hunt? All Ages …$2.99
IN STORES: December 23, 2009
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