Before the Grim Hunt begins, Spider-Man: Origin Of The Hunter #1 and Spider-Man: The Grim Hunt Saga have some of the answers that you’re looking for!
Kraven the Hunter had single-handedly trapped and killed every type of beast that lives, until his obsession with Spider-Man drove him to his grave. Now, his family looks to avenge the great Kravinoff name and in Spider-Man: Origin Of The Hunter #1 (available today), his daughter Ana finds her father’s long lost journal and takes up her father’s mission. With a framing story by Marc Guggenheim and Mike Mayhew, Spider-Man: Origin Of The Hunter #1, reveals a more in-depth look at Kraven and Spider-Man’s epic conflicts!
The Kravinoff family has been carefully plotting The Gauntlet and it’s just about to reach the boiling point. Before it does, fans have a chance to catch up on Kravioff family history by checking out the FREE Spider-Man: The Grim Hunt Saga, by Joe Kelly and Michael Lark, available in stores and also on Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited today! Not only will fans get a crash course in Kravinoff 101, but also will be treated to some sketches of the Kravinoff family by superstar artist Phil Jimenez and preview sketches from Michael Lark’s work in Amazing Spider-Man #634 where the Grim Hunt begins!
Is everyone’s favorite wall-crawler ready for what the Kravinoffs have planned? Before the Grim Hunt begins, Spider-Man: Origin Of The Hunter #1 and Spider-Man: The Grim Hunt Saga have some of the answers that you’re looking for!
SPIDER-MAN: ORIGIN OF THE HUNTER (FEB100485)
Written by STAN LEE & MARC GUGGENHEIM
Penciled by STEVE DITKO & MIKE MAYHEW
Cover by MICHAEL LARK
Rated T+ …$3.99
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SPIDER-MAN: THE GRIM HUNT SAGA
Written by JOE KELLY
Pencils & Cover by MICHAEL LARK
Rated A …FREE
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Posted originally: 2010-04-15 00:17:13