Spider-Man 2099 #1

    Spider-Man 2099 » Spider-Man 2099 #1 released by Marvel on September 2014.

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    The book you have been demanding for months finally hits the stands! Miguel O'Hara is Spider-Man in the year 2099 but he's currently stuck in the year 2014. He was stranded here by his father who is the head of an evil corporation called Alchemax in 2099. But in 2014, Alechmax has just been formed and Miguel has a chance to stop its corruption before it starts! You'd think being a man out of time would make you a man without enemies, but Spider-Man 2099 is about to discover that he's not the only one hoping for a better tomorrow, one that might be ensured by The Adjustor eliminating Miguel from the time stream altogether! Join comics legend (and Spider-Man 2099 creator) Peter David and breakthrough artist Will Sliney (Superior Spider-Man Team-up) for the most adventure you'll find in a book this side of the twenty second century!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverSimone Bianchi1
    VarVariant CoverRick Leonardi, Dan Green & Antonio Fabela2
    VarVariant Connecting CoverJ. Scott Campbell & Nei Ruffino3
    VarSkottie Young Variant CoverSkottie Young4
    RERetailer Exclusive Cover - HastingsPasqual Ferry5
    RERetailer Exclusive Cover - Midtown ComicsJ.G. Jones6
    REPreviews Exclusive Cover - San Diego Comic ConSkottie Young7

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    4.3 stars

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    It's Mercurochrome 0

    Let me begin by saying, I don't read any of the current Spider-man comics. The last couple of years, either writing I disliked or art I disliked kept me from keeping up with anything Spidey related. I don't begrudge anyone else their enjoyment of Dan Slott's stuff, or any other recent developments, it just wasn't for me.I picked this up on a whim because it was a pleasant surprise to see a Spider-man 2099 book on the shelf. I've often thought the 2099 stuff was underrated and lost in the quagmi...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Welcome back, Miggy! 0

    It's nice to see Miguel O'Hara back in the comics again and this is a good start to a new series. We're introduced to the new environment that Miguel's in and see some potential for new challenges and enemies that Miguel will face in the series. This is a good first issue and it does make you want to read more. I'd recommend this book to anyone who was a fan of the Spider-man 2099 90's run. You will not be disappointed....

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    The Future of Today! 0

    Guess who's back with his own monthly series again? No guesses? It's the Spider-Man of 2099 of course! Who else did you think this series was about?In this story, we see Spider-Man 2099 (a.k.a. Miguel O'Hara) adjusting to his new life in the past. (Or present, if you want to be technical about it.) And being a man of the future, 2099 Spider-Man has to make sure that he'll have one, once he finds a way back to his own time. Through this first issue, writer Peter David sets up to what will be an a...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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