It seems that Spider-Man goes to have a brush with death in an upcoming comic of Marvel’s Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man. Marvel despatched new solicitation details about points #11 and #12 of the Tom Taylor-written collection to publishers, revealing that Spidey might be discovered lifeless in Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man issue 12. “Spider-Man day has been and gone,” Taylor mentioned in a tweet when the information broke on Friday. “So, now’s time to say Spidey dies in our Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #12.”
It should come as no shock to most comic e-book readers that this supposed dying of Spider-Man is much less deadly than it seems. In any case, Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #13 is already solicited, and Amazing Spider-Man continues to be ongoing.
Additionally, the textual solicitation content for the comic means that Spider-Man must resolve his personal murder. Maybe that’s not the real Spider-Man who’s discovered lifeless then? One other chance entails the story teased for issue number #11 of comic. Mary Jane Watson returns, and the textual solicitation content suggests she’ll be saving Spider-Man and Aunt May. The duvet, by Andrew Robinson, even has Mary Jane donning the Spider-Man costume. There’s no suggestion that this story continues over into the following issue, however, maybe there’s a connection.
What do you consider Spider-Man’s apparent demise in Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #12? Tell us within the feedback. Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man issue 11 goes on sale on August 28th. Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man issue 12 goes on sale September 18th. The up to date solicitation textual content for each point — in addition to the unchanged solicitation textual content for Pleasant Neighborhood Spider-Man #13, guest-starring the Fantastic 4.