This summer, Marvel will add yet another Spidey-themed title to its already expansive lineup. Marvel has just shared plans to release Non-Stop Spider-Man this June.
Marvel announced the book during this year’s ComicsPRO festivities in Portland, Oregon. Non-Stop Spider-Man is being handled by writer Joe Kelly and Chris Bachalo, neither of whom are strangers to the titular wallcrawler. In recent years, Kelly has worked on Spider-Man/Deadpool series with artist Ed McGuinness, while Bachalo has illustrated issues of The Amazing Spider-Man and Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man.
“[Editor] Nick Lowe has a superpower,” said Kelly in a statement. “He picks up the phone, calls me and says the exact combination of words that make me want to drop everything and dive head first into the Marvel Universe. Last time it was Spider-Man, Deadpool, Ed McGuinness. No brainer, YES. This time it was Spider-Man, Non-Stop, Chris Bachalo. Again, YES… but ‘Non-Stop?’”
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Unfortunately, neither Marvel nor Kelly would go into specifics about what the “Non-Stop” part of the title entails. But apparently, the series will “combine the pulse-pounding action Spidey is known for with even MORE pulse-pounding action.” And naturally, readers can also expect appearances by some of Peter Parker’s most imposing adversaries.
“Non-Stop Spider-Man is, for me, the best of what Marvel comics can be: relentless action, epic storytelling, mind-melting art, and relevant themes, all grounded by the heart and soul of one of my all-time favorite characters, Spider-Man,” added Kelly. “Chris and I want to redline your adrenaline and shatter your hearts, giggling the whole time. Please sign your waivers and gather your safety gear of choice before issue one comes out. I truly can’t wait for this. Buckle up, Tigers.”
You can check out David Finch’s cover for Non-Stop Spider-Man #1 below.
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