Spidey 602 returns
ASM continues it’s selling streak with issue 602.
Check out the variant cover inside!
Mary Jane Hits The Jackpot: Amazing Spider-Man #602 Sell Out & Second Print!
Marvel is pleased to announce that Amazing Spider-Man #602 has sold out at Diamond (though may still be available at retail) and will return with Amazing Spider-Man #602 Second Printing Variant! New York Times Best Selling writer Fred Van Lente & fan-favorite artist Barry Kitson present the second chapter of red “Red-Headed Stranger” storyline! The Chameleon returns with the face of… Peter Parker? M.J. catches up with Harry Osborn, but can she help him put his life back together? And just what’s happened to Spider-Man? Amazing Spider-Man #602 Second Printing Variant features the art of Mike McKone on the cover!
“The issue definitely pushes the series in an exciting new direction, injecting some darkness into Peter’s life while progressing the everyday soap opera.”- Dan Phillips, IGN.Com
“The issue’s story is elevated by the artwork of Barry Kitson, who seems to understand exactly what sort of tone Van Lente is aiming for in each of his pages.”- David Wallace, ComicsBulletin.Com
Marvel urges retailer to their orders on Amazing Spider-Man, as the series continues to sell-out and garner buzz. Can Chameleon hold his tongue as he takes on the role of Mayor J. Jonah Jameson’s photographer? Will Peter survive the Chameleon’s acidic bath!? Find out in Amazing Spider-Man #602 Second Printing Variant!
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #602 SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (JUL098071)
Written by FRED VAN LENTE
Penciled by BARRY KITSON
Cover by MIKE MCKONE
Rated A …$2.99
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