Due out this November from the Marvel Comics Spider-Man line:
Cover by Pat Olliffe and Al Williamson
Written by Tom Defalco; art by pat Olliffe and Al Williamson
It's time for "A Death in the Family," as a member of our colorful cast ends up six feet under... honest! Who is it -- and how will their demise alter the life of our Web-Stunner? Ahhh... that would be telling!
ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN #15
Cover by Mark Bagley
Written by Brian Michael Bendis; art by Mark Bagley and Art Thibert
For months he lay in a coma in the depths of a government research facility -- but now Dr. Otto Octavius and his automated arms have escaped incarceration! Does Doc Ock know that Peter and Spider-Man are one and the same? And what trouble are two fellow students also causing our young wall-crawler? Man, it just gets worse and worse for the kid in the webs!
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #37
Cover by Kaare Andrews
Written by J. Michael Straczynski; art by John Romita Jr. and Scott Hanna
It was bound to happen. And it has. Now Peter Parker's life will never be the same!
PETER PARKER, SPIDER-MAN 2001 ANNUAL
Cover by Michael Golden
Written by Fiona Avery; art by Juan Roman Cano
Class is dismissed for summer as Peter Parker jets off for a South American excursion. But if you think this means a vacation for the wall-crawler, think again! Not only is the web-slinger on call, but he's surrounded by an indigenous tribe that worships spiders! Could this somehow be tied to Ezekiel's revelations in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN?
PETER PARKER, SPIDER-MAN #37
Cover by Humberto Ramos
Written by Paul Jenkins; art by Staz Johnson and Wayne Faucher
Old Man Winter is angry, the wind chill is at minus 40, and Peter Parker has dragged himself out of bed to sit around in the freezing cold waiting for the bad guys to show! If you've ever wondered what it would be really like to slide into Spider-Man's spandex, this self-contained slice-of-life story-- introducing possibly the weirdest villains ever to grace the pages of a comic -- is for you! Featuring guest art by Staz Johnson (Robin)!
SPIDER-MAN'S TANGLED WEB #8: GENTLEMEN'S AGREEMENT
Cover by Lee Weeks
Written by Bruce Jones, Lee Weeks and Joe Rubenstein
Charlie Clemmens is a down-on-his-luck cabbie who knows a big secret about a certain red-and-blue phantom. A secret he's about to sell to a crew of unsavory characters. But is money all that's on Charlie's mind -- or has he woven a web of his own? A web that just might ensnare Spider-Man himself?
ULTIMATE MARVEL TEAM-UP #10: SPIDER-MAN and MAN-THING
Cover by John Totleben
Written by Brian Michael Bendis; art by John Totleben
Despondent that the funding for his cherished limb regeneration research is to be -- pardon the pun -- cut off, biologist Curt Conners turns himself into a guinea pig -- and finds himself transformed into the lethal Lizard! The rapacious reptile seeks refuge in the dank recesses of the New York City sewer system -- pursued by our fledgling web-spinner! But unknown to them both, something far more mysterious lurks in the subterranean shadows -- something known as the macabre Man-Thing!