Spider-Man Is Finally Using His Secret

Zeb Wells and John Romita Jr.'s new series kicks off with Marvel Comics' The Amazing Spider-Man #1 this week, placing Peter Parker in an unusual situation. After some intense adventures with Ben Riley, Black Cat, and other characters, the Wall-Crawler finally gets a new Amazing Spider-Man series for the first time since 2018. The new issue also celebrates 60 years since Stan Lee and Steve Ditko co-created Spider-Man. Marvel already teased that Doc Ock and Tombstone have big plans for Spidey this year. With the Avengers, X-Men, and Eternals preoccupied in Marvel's upcoming Judgment Day event, Peter is more alone than ever. The cover of the second issue of the new run even has Peter walking away from Mary Jane, teasing a possible separation. This is a pretty big deal as MJ and Peter are undoubtedly one of the most popular comic book couples of all time.

Preview images of Amazing Spider-Man #1 open with Peter wearing a torn costume in a gigantic crater. As the reader begins to wonder what could have happened to get Peter here, the story flashes back to Spidey encountering Digger, a villain John Romita Jr. co-created. Amid Spider-Man's battle with Digger, the story switches again to Peter Parker entering Tombstone's car. Because Lonnie Lincoln doesn't know Peter Parker's alter-ego, it puts the Web-Slinger in a great position to learn top-secret information he wouldn't be privy to in his superhero persona. Many people only know Peter Parker as Spider-Man's photographer, if they even know his name at all.

Peter Parker using his secret identity to communicate with Tombstone is definitely the highlight of the series' new preview. DC Comics fans may know of Batman and his Matches Malone persona, which similarly has Bruce Wayne disguise himself as a gangster to get information from the criminal underworld. While it's about time Spider-Man uses his Peter Parker affiliation to get information in a smart way, fans will have to wait and see if this confrontation brings Peter any consequences. After all, Spider-Man's loved ones will be at risk if villains choose to threaten him. The Amazing Spider-Man #1's preview is everything fans are hoping for and more. John Romita Jr.'s style looks sharper and cleaner than ever, continuing the family name in Spider-Man comics. His father, of course, is John Romita Sr., who was the second artist to take over after Steve Ditko left the Wall-Crawler's series. Whether someone is a fan of Romita Jr. or not, his style is confidently distinct, and it's undeniably awesome to see the Marvel Comics Romita legacy continue to celebrate Peter Parker for The Amazing Spider-Man's 60th Anniversary.

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