Norman Osborn has saved the best for last as he takes on the most personal item on his evil To-Do list. The violent tension between Spider-Man and Norman has grown for years and has been building to a boil for the last few months after Osborn’s last defeat at Spidey’s hands at the end of America Son. Norman can no longer put off what needs to be done. Plus, the story from Pulse #5 outing Norman Osborn as the Green Goblin to the world.
• Nick Spencer pulls back the curtain on one of the most dangerous Spidey villains in history.
• We will not only reveal more of Sin-Eater’s secret history but put him on a collision course with Spider-Man that will have you quaking in your seat.
(W) Zeb Wells (A) Ben Steeves
Written by ZEB WELLS
Pencils & Cover by CHRIS BACHALO
“Sometimes It Snows In April” (Come on it’s a Prince reference from 20 years ago! The day of the massively unhip editor is upon us) continues with Spidey caught in the middle of two ancient threats that are conspiring to take him and the city itself down.
Plus, Carlie trapped at the Police Station with someone after her blood!
32 PGS (each)/Rated A
Pencil and Cover by “McLovin'” MIKE McKONE
Remember that joke that starts, “So Spider-Man walks into a bar, and…?” Well, when it’s the villain-filled Bar With No Name, it’s no joke – it’s a barroom brawl as only Mike McKone can draw it! And that’s only the beginning of one of the most maddening nights in Spidey’s life! Throw in The Enforcers, The Bookie, and a climax at Coney Island, and you’ve got a recipe for the nuttiest Spider-Man story this year. Gale didn’t tell us what he was drinking when he wrote it, but it must have been pretty good stuff!
32 PGS./Rated A
• Convinced that Ned is alive and trying to help her solve the case, Betty enlists the help of the Amazing Spider-Man to get to the truth…
• …and the ENFORCERS want a word with both of ’em!
• Also includes a short Spidey story by Broadway playwright David Hein (Come From Away)!