Written by DAN SLOTT & CHRISTOS GAGE
Art by GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI & ADAM KUBERT
Cover by GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI
You just can’t keep Otto Octavius down! Today, Marvel is proud to present your first look at SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #32 from the blockbuster creative team of Dan Slott, Christos Gage, Giuseppe Camuncoli and Adam Kubert! Be there when the fan-favorite series that took the industry by storm returns for not one, but two issues kicking off the Edge of Spider-Verse – the exciting lead-up to November’s explosive Spider-Man event featuring ever Spider-Man in history! But how is the Superior Spider-Man still around? Find out for yourself as the Superior Spider-Man finds himself trapped in the year 2099 with no way home! Stranded in an unknown future, he’ll unearth a mystery that will have fans on the edge of their seat and guessing until the release of Spider-Verse in November!
How was Otto flung into the future? How will he return? And what happened while he was there? Find out as the blockbuster series that kept fans talking until the very end returns for a senses-shattering encore this fall in SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #32!
Just weeks after the often controversial — and undeniably popular — “Superior Spider-Man” wrapped with issue #31, Marvel has revealed that the series will return in August for a two-issue stint, picking up where the numbering left off and leading directly into the “Spider-Verse” event.
“Superior Spider-Man” #32 and #33 are scheduled for August and September, respectively, from the writing team of Spidey mastermind Dan Slott and his frequent collaborator Christos Gage, along with art from Giuseppe Camuncoli (illustrating issue #32) and Adam Kubert (#33).
These “Superior Spider-Man” issues will once again star Doctor Octopus’ consciousness controlling Peter Parker’s body, telling the story of the nine hours the title character was displaced from the timeline in “Superior” #19. “Is this an untold chapter of the past, a tale of the future, or both?” Gage asked Marvel.com.
The story serves as prelude to “Spider-Verse,” the October-debuting event featuring “every Spider-Man ever,” at least among the ones legally within bounds to use.
“‘Superior Spider-Man’ #32 kicks off the edge of Spider-Verse,” said Marvel’s Spider-Man line editor Nick Lowe. “Superior Spider-Man finds himself in 2099, finally a time where science and intellectual advancement is at least closer to his genius. He needs to find his way home, but things get a little more complicated than that.”