Spider-Man goes horrific in Edge of the Spider-Verse #4

Not all Spider-Men (or Women) from throughout the multiverse are all that heroic. Some are actually pretty horrible… things.

This October, experience the horrors of the Spider-Verse as every Spider-Man ever prepares for multiversal war! Today, Marvel is proud to present your first look at EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #4 – the next terrifying chapter in the blockbuster 5-issue miniseries showcasing different spider characters from alternate universes! From critically acclaimed novelist Clay McLeod Chapman and artist Elia Bonnetti comes the most terrifying tale of Spider-Man yet.

It’s a familiar story. A radioactive spider bites a high school science nerd. Tormented by his classmates at school, disregarded by his family at home – Patton Parnell is already somewhat of a monster. Only now with all the power and none of the responsibility, venture deep into a universe where the story you know becomes as horrific as possible.

“My editor Ellie Pyle and I started chatting about the idea of re-envisioning the origin story of Peter Parker/Spider-Man,” says Chapman of his horror-themed Spider-Man in an interview with Marvel.com. “What if we approached one of the most beloved beginnings of a super hero and looked at it through a completely different lens?”

As the Spider-Verse inches closer, prepare for a terrifying spin on the tale you’ve always known. Get caught in the web this October in the chilling EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #4!

Plus, don’t miss out on these exciting Edge of Spider-Verse tie-in issues of your favorite ongoing series:

  • Superior Spider-Man #32 & #33
  • Amazing Spider-Man #7 & #8
  • Spider-Man 2099 #5

For more on Spider-Verse, visit Marvel.com and join in on the conversation on Twitter using#SpiderVerse.

Edge of the Spider-Verse is really getting interesting with some radically different views on the classic character. This isn’t just a spread of different costumes and a few female-spiders thrown in to shake things up, we’re actually getting some extra-cool variants on Spidey including sci-fi and now horror-themes. Though, now that I think about it, I don’t know how helpful old Patton Parnell here is going to be to the rest of the Spidey’s in the final battle against villain Morlun.

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Have to say too, that I’m really liking that throw-back cover. Nice and pulpy. Edge of the Spider-Verse #4 will hit the shelves on October 1st from the team of Clay Mcleod Chapman and Elia Bonnetti.

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