Collecting: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (2014) #7-15, SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #32-33, SPIDER-VERSE #1-2, SPIDER-VERSE TEAM-UP #1-3, SCARLET SPIDERS #1-3, SPIDER-WOMAN (2014) #1-4, SPIDER-MAN 2099 (2014) #6-8 and material from FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2014 (GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY) #1
Written by DAN SLOTT, CHRISTOS GAGE, MICHAEL COSTA, DENNIS HOPELESS & PETER DAVID with SKOTTIE YOUNG, ROBBIE THOMPSON, KATIE COOK, KATHRYN IMMONEN, JED MCKAY, ROGER STERN, GERRY CONWAY, TOM DEFALCO & MORE
Penciled by GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI, OLIVIER COIPEL, DAVE WILLIAMS, PACO DIAZ, GREG LAND & WILL SLINEY with HUMBERTO RAMOS, ADAM KUBERT, MIGUEL SEPULVEDA, JAKE PARKER, DENNIS MEDRI, KATIE COOK, MARK BROOKS, DAVID LAFUENTE, SHELDON VELLA, BOB MCLEOD, PAUL SMITH, RON FRENZ & MORE
Cover by OLIVIER COIPEL
“For those of us who’ve been away for a while, Spider-Verse is a great way to catch up on what we’ve missed and recapture the excitement of flipping open the latest Spider-Man comic!” — Best Graphic Novels
“I thoroughly enjoyed Spider-Verse on the whole. It achieved just about everything I ask of an event comic:
1. Tie-ins that actually add value? Check!
2. Mystery and intrigue? Yes.
3. An epic conflict worthy of an event? Absolutely.
4. Good character development in spite of a large cast? Absofreakinglutely
5. Balance of humor, terror, sadness and triumph? Yep.
6. A meaningful resolution of conflict? Si.
7. Lasting impact? Sure looks that way.
If you want some fun and some straight-up addicting reading, you’d be hard pressed not to find that with Spider-Verse.” — Ryan Stewart
“With Silk and Spider-Gwen among the titles spinning out (and there’s another spider-pun) out of Spider-Verse, and others perhaps still to come, it’s an exciting time to be a Spider-Man fan. For those of us who’ve been away for a while, Spider-Verse is a great way to catch up on what we’ve missed and recapture the excitement of flipping open the latest Spider-Man comic!” — Best Graphic Novels
“Any fan of Spider-Man, any fan of comic-books … any fan of reading and/or looking at pretty pictures will find something to love about Marvel’s Spider-Verse. Its knack for mixing a plethora of familiar characters with a whole mess of new ones echoes its ability to create something brand new out of the old favorites. This is the Comic-Book Event you’ve been looking for.” — Matt Lune
About the Author
Olivier Coipel is a French comic book artist, known for his work on books such as House of M, Legion of Super-Heroes andThor.