[Preview] Marvel’s 3/13 Release: SYMBIOTE SPIDER-MAN 2099 #1 (of 5)

This Wednesday, March 13th, Marvel Comics is set to release SYMBIOTE SPIDER-MAN 2099 #1!

Comics legend Peter David (THE INCREDIBLE HULK, SPIDER-MAN 2099) triumphantly returns to pen the next epic chapter in the Symbiote Saga alongside artist Rogê Antônio (CARNAGE). THIS TIME, set your time circuits ahead to the techno-dystopian future of 2099!

Here’s a look at the covers, storyline, and preview pages for Marvel Comics’ new release on New Comic Book Day…

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SYMBIOTE SPIDER-MAN 2099 #1 (of 5)

Written by Peter David
Art by Rogê Antônio
Colors by Sebastian Cheng
Letters by Travis Lanham
Edited by Tom Groneman

Covers & Cover Artists:
Cover A by Leinil Francis Yu w/ Sunny Gho
Cover B by Ken Lashley w/ Juan Fernandez
Cover C by Greg Land w/ Frank D’Armata
Cover D by Greg Land w/ Frank D’Armata (Virgin Variant)
Cover E by Todd Nauck w/ Rachelle Rosenberg (Headshot Variant)
Cover F by Salvador Larroca w/ Edgar Delgado (Miss Minutes Variant)
Cover G by Rogê Antônio (Design Variant)

THERE WILL BE A NEW SYMBIOTE ON THE LOOSE!

Miguel O’Hara, A.K.A. SPIDER-MAN 2099, is facing a hostile takeover – of his own body!

Kron Stone, the VENOM of 2099, wages an all-out assault on Alchemax, and the only hope of stopping him lies with the power awakened by a top-secret project gone terribly wrong. What must Miguel sacrifice to seal the bond with his new symbiote – his body? His mind? His very soul?

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