Comic Book Resources have released their Friday weekly Axel-in-Charge segment where they interview Axel Alonso on what’s happening within the latest titles/issues/events.
Here’s an excerpt pertaining to Dead No More’s connection to Spider-Man.
I won’t give my opinion on what it means, let’s just say it seems pretty clear what the answer is.
CBR: Thursday brought the full details of what Marvel is doing for both of its releases on Free Comic Book Day. On a macro level, you have two different issues, spotlighting four different stories — what’s the approach behind the scenes at Marvel in choosing what to highlight each year on FCBD?
Alonso: Free Comic Book Day is an entry point for new readers, so we try to shine a spotlight on something we’re excited about — a new series, event or character — and make it as exciting and accessible as possible.
With that in mind, we have two FCBD books, each of which has two stories. The first offers a “Civil War II” prelude by Bendis and Jim Cheung and a story that introduces the new Wasp byMark Waid and Alan Davis. The second offers a prelude to “Captain America: Steve Rogers” #1″ by Nick Spencer and Jesus Saiz and a prelude to “Dead No More” by Dan Slott and Javier Garron, about which I’ll be coy and just say that it has something to do with Spider-Man. So it’s four stories that feature the return of a legend, a prelude to an event, a prelude to a new series, and the introduction of a new character.
CBR: But “Dead No More” — it’s definitely a Spider-Man story?
Written by NICK SPENCER & DAN SLOTT
Art by JESUS SAIZ & JAVIER GARRON
Cover by JESUS SAIZ
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