Writer Zip Wells and artist John Romita, Jr. release a new volume of the Marvel book The Amazing Spider-Man In April, to mark the character’s 60th anniversary with a new #1 release. As with the movie series, comes the new Spider-Man comic book debut as he finds himself isolated from friends, family, and allies…although in this case, he also has Doctor Octopus on his tail, and Tombstone makes some moves that Marvel says he’ll reestablish. As one of Spidey’s most dangerous enemies. Wells and Romita both have a long history with the character, which gives this run a kind of “greatest hit” feel worthy of an anniversary run.
Wells is best known for his work in Spider Man And New WarriorsIt has been a favorite of Marvel readers for years. Romita, of course, is the son of the legendary Spider-Man artist, as well as one of the most popular visual storytellers in modern day superhero comics. He’s drawn nearly every Marvel character, and many characters in DC, including running Superman And all star batman.
Spider-Man editor Nick Lowe said in a Marvel blog post: “Spider-Man isn’t sixty every year, and we’re going big with this run cramming it with the biggest WTF moments Spidey has ever had. Zeb and JRJR will go down in history. As one of the best creative teams ever!”
Summon Romita ‘Cutter The Amazing Spider-Man Artist, “Marvel promises the new show” will feature all the classic elements that fans love in Peter Parker, a new surprise take on your favorite Spider-Man enemies, and answer the question that will be on everyone’s mind: What DID SPIDER- IS THE MAN? “
“Ever since my dad and brother told me Spider-Man/Peter Parker we lived near our house in Queens, New York, we’ve been hooked! We talked about Spider-Man on long trips to family get-togethers, and it was like we had an extra family member!” Romita said in a statement. “Fortunately my brother in you owned the mind and went in another direction, while I had a little bit of art inside of me. Also fortunately, I was able to watch the greatest Spider-Man artist, Father John working with the greatest Spider-Man writer, Stan Lee, on the greatest character in All time. Fortunately, after joining the comic book world, I got a chance to work on this amazing character, the amazing spider-man. I was terrified! How to follow my father??? How to follow any of the former Spidey artists?? I had no idea But I stuck with it and had. And more fun. There was one race that was incredibly fun, but also very important to me. May the 9/11 issue be good for the rest of my life. There was one thing in common with all the races, and that was work. With the wonderful people writers and artists.. once again.. luck!!
“To take my luck to another level: Marvel allowed me to go back to work on this great character, working with another brilliant writer, Zeb Wells! The stories are amazing as I read the scripts with a smile and admiration….Then wondering how to do them justice!!
“Well luckily I have a close friend and a great artist to help me do this. Scott Hanna and I have worked on this character before and Scott is still a brilliant artist who will continue to be brilliant and lucky for me and everyone who looks at art. Add to Scott and I’m the third artist, an artist Colours, Marcio Menez.It’s hard to describe how amazing his work is, so for saving space and everyone’s patience, I’ll let it speak for itself!It’s amazing!!
“The editorial team starting with Nick Lowe, adding Lindsay Cohick, and Kaeden McGahey, make the work process even smoother. And based on the scope of Zeb’s stories, I can use all the help I can get!”
“One of the things in common here, is how lucky I am to be back to work on my ‘other’ brother, Spider-Man, and to be back with my ‘Marvel’ professional family. Thanks folks, I’ll work hard to make you proud!
“I’ve waited my whole career to work with John Romita, Jr.,” Wells added. “Team up with him The Amazing Spider-Man To celebrate the character’s 60th anniversary, exciting words can’t describe it. We will have a blast! “
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