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Ultimate Spider-man: Web Warriors doesn't start with episode 9, where it ended with 8 last time. It will restart from 1st episode which means if it's one episode a week, we will have to wait till October 26th, but if you include the Guardians of the Galaxy Special it would be November 2nd
All-New Ultimates ends with issue #12 which will be January 2015, meaning that Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-man will be the only title from the Ultimate Universe left. which in my opinion proves Bendis's Ultimate talent as a writer.
We're going to assume he gets better by the end of the issue, but with Marvel these days you never know. Here's a Newsarama-exclusive preview of next week's Spider-Man 2099 #3.
PETER DAVID (W) • WILLIAM SLINEY (A)
Cover by Francesco Mattina
• Miguel’s uneasy arrangement with Alchemax lands him in a literal war zone!
• And his very existence is once again threatened when Tiberious Stone is taken hostage!
• Plus: a classic Spider-Man villain faces the future’s Spider-Man!
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The Spider-Verse inches ever closer as every Spider-Man from every universe prepares for multiversal war against a common foe. Today, Marvel is proud to present your first look at EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #3 – the next chapter is the blockbuster 5-issue mini-series showcasing a new creative team and new spider character each issue! Rising star Dustin Weaver (INFINITY, Avengers) pulls triple duty as he writes, draws and colors a brand new creation – Dr. Aaron Aikman: Spider-Man!
As Aikman dons the helmet of his Spider-Man suit composed of bleeding-edge technology, he confronts the evil that plagues his New York City. As the villainous Red Eye and Naahmurah wreak havoc on his world, only Spider-Man stands capable of saving the day! But is he prepared for the onslaught of Spider-Verse and the coming of Morlun? Find out when the wildly imaginative sci-fi Spider-Man makes his debut in EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #3 this September!
Here is the next set of release dates
Pulitzer prize nominated horror writer Clay Mcleod Chapman takes you to a universe where the story you know becomes as horrific as possible.
years back, Donald Glover, a self-proclaimed Spider-Man fanatic, made headlines for launching a twitter campaign to get himself cast as Spider-Man in Sony’s reboot of the franchise. While that didn’t exactly pan out (the role went to Andrew Garfield), a new character was launched in the Ultimate Spider-Man comic book series named Miles Morales, a half-black, half-hispanic legacy hero, who took over the role of Spider-Man in that world after Peter Parker died.
And now, Glover gets his wish. He’ll be voicing Miles in Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors on Disney XD this season, as the Peter Parker of that world traverses through alternate worlds chasing the Green Goblin.
”I don’t think it’s hit me necessarily yet how big of a deal that is,” Glover told USA Today about Miles’ creation. “I admire anybody who allows themselves to be themselves. Especially a kid.”
Glover echoed his statements from a few years back, elaborating on what he loves about Spider-Man as a character, and how he approached the role.
"That's the great part about the Spider-Man costume: He can be anybody. Spider-Man could be a girl. Spider-Man could be an old man. You don't know. So I just tried to be as me as possible, because you're always just going to bring it back to yourself when you watch the show.
”Spider-Man is the best because you just don’t know who he is, and he’s funny and he’s poor. I understand Spider-Man a lot on that level. He’s just trying to make it.”
Of course, Glover would still like to do the real thing, put on some tights and swing on screen. “I’m still holding out, though. I still have hopes to do something like that one day. I don’t look at this as second place. Spider-Man, he’s such an icon - you have to do something with him.”
Donald Glover, the "Community" veteran who inspired Brian Michael Bendis in 2011 to introduce Miles Morales as the new Spider-Man of Marvel's Ultimate Universe, is finally getting his chance to play the superhero.
USA Today reports the actor will voice the character next year in an episode of Disney XD's animated "Ultimate Spider-Man," which in its upcoming third season carries the subtitle "Web Warriors." In the "Spider-Verse" story arc, a dimension-hopping Peter Parker (voiced by Drake Bell) tries to prevent the Green Goblin from collecting the DNA of Spider-Men from parallel universes, including Iron Spider, Spider-Man 2099, the Amazing Spider-Girl and Miles Morales.
Their meeting holds special significance for Miles, because in his universe, Peter Parker is dead.
"He meets someone who is his hero, and that comes across completely in Donald's performance," Stephen Wacker, Marvel Television's vice president of current animation, tells the newspaper. "He's got a real warmth that suits the character really, really well. If you've read Miles Morales comics, Donald's voice nails what you've been reading."
Glover's childhood love of the wall-crawler became public in 2010, after entertainment journalist and comics writer Marc Bernardin penned an editorial asking why the Spider-Man of Sony's rebooted franchise had to be played by a white actor. Glover picked up the baton, spearheading a social-media campaign to secure an audition for the role that eventually went to Andrew Garfield. However, Glover's efforts inadvertently ignited a disturbing Internet firestorm that "Community" creator Dan Harmon later characterized as a “curious eruption of a previously unknown demographic of racist comic-book readers.”
But there was a silver lining, as Harmon gave a nod to Glover's campaign in the opening sequence of "Community's" Season 2 premiere, in which his character Troy is shown wearing Spider-Man pajamas. That brief appearance, in turn, inspired Bendis. "He looked fantastic!" the writer said in 2011. “I saw him in the costume and thought, ‘I would like to read that book.’ So I was glad I was writing that book.”
Glover told USA Today that portraying that 13-year-old Miles didn't require that much of a stretch. "That's the great part about the Spider-Man costume: He can be anybody," he said. "Spider-Man could be a girl. Spider-Man could be an old man. You don't know. So I just tried to be as me as possible, because you're always just going to bring it back to yourself when you watch the show."
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