Ends of the Earth Teaser

 Marvel. com just sent me this press release. What are your thoughts? 

They’ll Go To The Ends Of The Earth To Find You In AMAZING SPIDER-MAN!

The next big Spider-Man epic begins in Amazing Spider-Man #682, part one of Ends Of The Earth, by Dan Slott and Stefano Caselli! The Sinister Six, led by the vengeful Doctor Octopus, is back and they’re looking for revenge! Can Spider-Man & Earth’s Mightiest save the world before Doc Ock’s explosive endgame is revealed? Find in Amazing Spider-Man #682 hitting comic shops and the Marvel Comics app this March!

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Written by DAN SLOTT
Pencils & Cover by STEFANO CASELLI


FOC – 2/27/12, ON SALE – 3/21/12

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(11) Comments

  1. Peter

    They call it an "event" so they can hype it up and get people interested. Its as much as an "event" as "New Ways to Die". Its a 6-issue story arc with Spidey and friends fighting lots of bad guys, globe-trotting adventure, saving the world, that kind of thing.

  2. Nick MB

    Haven't they already confirmed that there won't be any tie-ins to Ends Of The Earth? No issues of other series, no special mini-series, just the arc in Amazing. So it's not really an "event" in the sprawling gotta-buy-a-load-of-other-comics sense, just a heavily advertised ASM storyline.

  3. Spider-Dad

    @5, it is not event, but clearly "an epic"...just like issue #164 is "The Final Hour" for the Kingpin...or is it Spider-Man? Or just another horribly silly solicitations...got it!

  4. Phantom Roxas

    I don't get why the Avengers have to be involved in this. I get that it's supposed to hype up the movie, but anyone who would go see it should have an idea if they will or not, and I doubt putting them in a lot of the comics will changed anything. If it serves a purpose beyond advertising the movie, then that would be fine.

  5. Peter

    I never understood the "why is everything an event" comment about Ends of the Earth. Spider-Island ended in September. Since then, we've returned to normal Spider-Man stuff. We just got a two-part Vulture story, a one-off Sinister Six issue, a two-issue crossover with Daredevil, a two-part time travel story, we've got a point one Morbius/Lizard story coming up, and then a two part Spider-Man in space story. That's NINE MONTHS worth of smaller scale stories. I think that's a pretty good ratio.

  6. SpectacularSpiderGuy

    Why does everything have to be an event? This is turning into early to mid 90s Spider-Man again ...

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