Previews: June 15th, 2016


Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 #14
Civil War II #2
Spider-Gwen Vol 2 #9
Spidey #7

Previews provided by Comic Book Resources


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Amazing Spider-Man #14

STORY BY Dan Slott, Christos Gage
ART BY Giuseppe Camuncoli, Cam Smith
COLORS BY Marte Gracia
LETTERS BY VC – Joe Caramagna
COVER BY Alex Ross

POWER PLAY CONTINUES!

• Things aren’t going well between the Amazing Spider-Man and the Invincible Iron Man and their conflict is opening the door for Regent and his plan against our heroes!

• Now that Regent has started imprisoning HEROES and stealing their powers things have gone from bad to worse.

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Civil War II #2

STORY BY Brian Michael Bendis
ART BY David Marquez
COLORS BY Justin Ponsor
COVER BY Mark Djurdjevic, Jim Steranko, Kim Kung GiMichael Cho , Phil Noto

Two issues in one month? Hell yes! As the Marvel Universe reels from the events of the first issue, Tony Stark decides to take matters (and the law) into his own hands and declares war on the Inhumans. But not everyone agrees with Tony’s perspective and they are willing to die trying to stop him.

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Spider-Gwen #9

STORY BY Jason Latour
ART BY Robbi Rodriguez
COLORS BY Rico Renzi
LETTERS BY VC – Clayton Cowles
COVER BYRobbi Rodriguez

“WEAPON OF CHOICE” STARTS NOW!

• Gwen is dealing with the effects of the SPIDER-WOMEN crossover but has to face FRANK CASTLE head on!

• And The Mary Janes are all over this issue!

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Spidey #7

STORY BY Robbie Thompson
ART BY Andre Lima Araujo
COLORS BY Jim Campbell
LETTERS BY VC – Travis Lanham
COVER BY Khary Randolph, Emilio Lopez

• Spidey comes face to face with the voluminous villain Klaw!

• Guest-starring THE BLACK PANTHER!!!

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(3) Comments

  1. RDMacQ

    Called it- the final parts of "Power Play" to be "Co-written" by Christos Gage. No surprise in that regard. I just thought Slott could at least make it past the halfway point. But I guess since Gage is "co-writing" it, this means that MJ will likely do more in the narrative than just stand around and barely contribute to the plot. In other words, Slott likely didn't want to write MJ, and the suits said she needed to be in the story, so they got Gage to come in and pitch hit. And he always does when stuff like this happens.

  2. Ryan

    The way Regent takes down the other Avengers actually works but Thor better give him a big fight.

  3. Friendly Reminder

    Regent runs roughshot over the Avengers. Oh joy. Still, Gage co-writing may give the book some much needed zest.

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