Previews: August 16th, 2017

Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #10
Invincible Iron Man #10 (Mary Jane?)
Spider-Men II #2
Unbelievable Gwenpool #19

Previews provided by Comic Book Resources

Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #10

STORY BY Ryan Stegman
ART BY Nathan Stockman
COLORS BY Jesus Aburtov
LETTERS BY VC’s Joe Caramagna
COVER BY Nathan Stockman

• A spotlight on Norman Osborn II!

• How did 10-year-old Normie achieve the smarts and cunning of his grandfather?

• Will he inherit the Goblin family legacy… and will he take it to terrifying new heights?


Spider-Men II #2

STORY BY Brian Michael Bendis
ART BY Elisabetta D’Amico and Sara Pichelli
COLORS BY Justin Ponsor
LETTERS BY VC’s Cory Petit
COVER BY Gabriele Dell’ottoJesus Saiz, and Sara Pichelli

• The mystery of the OTHER Miles Morales thickens, but our Spider-Men may need to hit pause on the sleuthing because…


• Don’t miss this Spider-Event!


Invincible Iron Man #10
(Mary Jane?)

STORY BY Brian Michael Bendis
ART BY Stefano Caselli
COLORS BY Israel Silva and Marte Gracia
LETTERS BY VC’s Clayton Cowles
COVER BY Jim LeeJoe Ng, and Stefano Caselli

• Riri comes face-to-face with the biggest threat she will ever encounter – a headstrong Tony Stark A.I. that’s decided it knows what’s best for the world! What is Tony Stark like without a human form? Pretty awful, it turns out.


Unbelievable Gwenpool #19

STORY BY Christopher Hastings
ART BY Gurihiru
COLORS BY Gurihiru
LETTERS BY VC’s Clayton Cowles
COVER BY Gurihiru

• Marvel hero Gwen Poole is friend to all!

• That is… until supposedly she ruins Miles Morales’ life by revealing his secret identity.

• Oops?

• Find out how Gwen plans on fixing THIS continuity drama!


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(2) Comments

  1. Andrew C

    The execution of RYV never lived up to its awesome premise, imo. And the Normie stuff just seems ridiculous.

  2. hornacek

    I'm really worried about Renew Your Vows. I'm still getting over Gerry Conway leaving the book, and it's nice that someone already on the book is the new writer, but:1. Stegman is a great artist, but has he written anything before? I'm sure there have been other artists that have been given a book to write, but the first example that comes to mind is Todd McFarlane and adjective-less Spider-Man, and we know how *that* turned out.2. We're losing Stegman as the artist? At this point I'd almost take a chance and have him stay as the artist and bring in a new writer.

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