SPIDER-VERSE: ACROSS THE MULTIVERSE

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On sale Feb 13, 2024 | 416 Pages | 9781302957339
| Rated T+
FOC Nov 27, 2023 | Catalog October 2023
Traverse the Spider-Verse with a swarm of Spiders familiar, fresh and flabbergasting! As the vicious Morlun targets wall-crawlers across all realities, Spider-Man Noir returns, Gwen Stacy is Earth-65's Spider-Woman and Peni Parker dons the sensational mech-suit known as SP//dr! When the end of the Spider-Verse looms, Spider-Ham and Araña head into action, the legacy of Spider-UK passes to a new champion, Sergei Kravinoff becomes the Hunter-Spider and Spinstress is an all-singing, all-slinging princess! Plus: The Spider-Mobile rides again! Spider-Rex faces the Venomsaurus! Billie Morales is all grown up as Spider-Smasher! Make way for Spider-Boy, the forgotten sidekick! Who is Headline? And even more amazing arachnid adventurers! Collecting EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE (2014) #1-5, EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE (2022) #1-5 and EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE (2023) #1-4.
Jason Latour’s kinetic brand of art has appeared in Marvel titles including Daredevil: Black and White, I Am an Avenger, Wolverine and Captain America. He illustrated the noir graphic novel Noche Roja from Vertigo, as well as B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: The Pickens County Horror from Dark Horse, and collaborated with Jason Aaron on Scalped. Latour also drew the comic-book adaptation of Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained. His parallel writing career began with the creator-owned Loose Ends and continued with stories in the Marvel series Untold Tales of Punisher MAX and A+X. Latour stepped into Ed Brubaker’s shoes to continue the adventures of Winter Soldier and took on Wolverine and the X-Men. His introduction of Spider-Gwen during the Spider-Verse event resulted in a smash-hit spin-off series.

British writer David Hine has been scripting comics since the early ’80s on UK indie titles like Crisis and the venerable sci-fi anthology 2000AD. Many of these works also featured his pencil art, though in more recent years he has focused on writing. During the last four years, he’s taken a lead role in helping sculpt the outer limits of the mutant universe for Marvel. His District X explored life in a New York City neighborhood populated by mutants, a blend of NYPD Blue-style police drama with X-Men theatrics. After a solid two-year run, many of Hine’s plot threads parlayed into the successful Decimation mini-series X-Men: The 198 and Civil War: X-Men. In addition to a handful of What If? stories, Hine has also scripted Silent War, a miniseries that pitted the Inhumans against Earth and served as a prelude to the 2009 War of Kings event. Besides being the writer of Image’s Spawn, Hine has taken on Spider-Man Noir, an alternate-reality series in which Peter Parker and his famous ensemble are placed in Depression-era New York City. 

A professional comic-book artist since 2003, Dustin Weaver’s work on Dark Horse’s Star Wars and King Kong led him to Marvel, where he’s drawn X-Universe storylines in X-Men: Kingbreaker, X-Men: Legacy and the X-Necrosha one-shot. Weaver has collaborated with writer Jonathan Hickman on two S.H.I.E.L.D. series, as well as Avengers. He wrote the Rocksteady and Bebop issue of IDW’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Villains Micro-Series and produces the webcomic Amnia Cycle on his blog.

Richard Isanove is one of the industry’s premier color artists, skillfully transforming traditional black-and-white illustrations into richly rendered final compositions on such series as Wolverine: Origin, Daredevil: Father and Neil Gaiman’s 1602.

Artist Robbi Rodriguez made his debut in 2005 on Image Comics' Hero Camp, later illustrating such Image titles as Night Club, 24Seven and Hazed. Subsequent credits include Stephen Colbert's Tek Jansen and the Harvey Award-nominated Maintenance, both published by Oni Press. His early Marvel contributions included issues of titles such as New Mutants and Wolverine and the X-Men before he wowed readers with Spider-Gwen.

Spanish artist Pere Pérez has worked for Moonstone Books (Twilight Crusade: Templar), Devil’s Due (Dragonlance Chronicles), Dynamite Entertainment (Savage Tales), Valiant Entertainment (Archer & Armstrong, Faith) and DC Comics (Action Comics, Batgirl). For Marvel, Pérez has illustrated Deadpool vs. Punisher, Rogue & Gambit and War of the Realms: X-Men. He joined writer Karla Pacheco on a lengthy, well-received Spider-Woman run.

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Traverse the Spider-Verse with a swarm of Spiders familiar, fresh and flabbergasting! As the vicious Morlun targets wall-crawlers across all realities, Spider-Man Noir returns, Gwen Stacy is Earth-65's Spider-Woman and Peni Parker dons the sensational mech-suit known as SP//dr! When the end of the Spider-Verse looms, Spider-Ham and Araña head into action, the legacy of Spider-UK passes to a new champion, Sergei Kravinoff becomes the Hunter-Spider and Spinstress is an all-singing, all-slinging princess! Plus: The Spider-Mobile rides again! Spider-Rex faces the Venomsaurus! Billie Morales is all grown up as Spider-Smasher! Make way for Spider-Boy, the forgotten sidekick! Who is Headline? And even more amazing arachnid adventurers! Collecting EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE (2014) #1-5, EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE (2022) #1-5 and EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE (2023) #1-4.

Creators

Jason Latour’s kinetic brand of art has appeared in Marvel titles including Daredevil: Black and White, I Am an Avenger, Wolverine and Captain America. He illustrated the noir graphic novel Noche Roja from Vertigo, as well as B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: The Pickens County Horror from Dark Horse, and collaborated with Jason Aaron on Scalped. Latour also drew the comic-book adaptation of Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained. His parallel writing career began with the creator-owned Loose Ends and continued with stories in the Marvel series Untold Tales of Punisher MAX and A+X. Latour stepped into Ed Brubaker’s shoes to continue the adventures of Winter Soldier and took on Wolverine and the X-Men. His introduction of Spider-Gwen during the Spider-Verse event resulted in a smash-hit spin-off series.

British writer David Hine has been scripting comics since the early ’80s on UK indie titles like Crisis and the venerable sci-fi anthology 2000AD. Many of these works also featured his pencil art, though in more recent years he has focused on writing. During the last four years, he’s taken a lead role in helping sculpt the outer limits of the mutant universe for Marvel. His District X explored life in a New York City neighborhood populated by mutants, a blend of NYPD Blue-style police drama with X-Men theatrics. After a solid two-year run, many of Hine’s plot threads parlayed into the successful Decimation mini-series X-Men: The 198 and Civil War: X-Men. In addition to a handful of What If? stories, Hine has also scripted Silent War, a miniseries that pitted the Inhumans against Earth and served as a prelude to the 2009 War of Kings event. Besides being the writer of Image’s Spawn, Hine has taken on Spider-Man Noir, an alternate-reality series in which Peter Parker and his famous ensemble are placed in Depression-era New York City. 

A professional comic-book artist since 2003, Dustin Weaver’s work on Dark Horse’s Star Wars and King Kong led him to Marvel, where he’s drawn X-Universe storylines in X-Men: Kingbreaker, X-Men: Legacy and the X-Necrosha one-shot. Weaver has collaborated with writer Jonathan Hickman on two S.H.I.E.L.D. series, as well as Avengers. He wrote the Rocksteady and Bebop issue of IDW’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Villains Micro-Series and produces the webcomic Amnia Cycle on his blog.

Richard Isanove is one of the industry’s premier color artists, skillfully transforming traditional black-and-white illustrations into richly rendered final compositions on such series as Wolverine: Origin, Daredevil: Father and Neil Gaiman’s 1602.

Artist Robbi Rodriguez made his debut in 2005 on Image Comics' Hero Camp, later illustrating such Image titles as Night Club, 24Seven and Hazed. Subsequent credits include Stephen Colbert's Tek Jansen and the Harvey Award-nominated Maintenance, both published by Oni Press. His early Marvel contributions included issues of titles such as New Mutants and Wolverine and the X-Men before he wowed readers with Spider-Gwen.

Spanish artist Pere Pérez has worked for Moonstone Books (Twilight Crusade: Templar), Devil’s Due (Dragonlance Chronicles), Dynamite Entertainment (Savage Tales), Valiant Entertainment (Archer & Armstrong, Faith) and DC Comics (Action Comics, Batgirl). For Marvel, Pérez has illustrated Deadpool vs. Punisher, Rogue & Gambit and War of the Realms: X-Men. He joined writer Karla Pacheco on a lengthy, well-received Spider-Woman run.