5 Pages and a Deadly Bee Weapon from Marvel's Spider-Man: Velocity #1 [Preview]

No Amazons attack in this early preview of Marvel's Spider-Man: Velocity #1, but there is a deadly bee weapon, my god, and it's aimed directly at Spider-Man's butt! Later this month, Marvel will expand on its comic book universe based on the video game universe based on the comic book universe, Marvel's Spider-Man, and they've got Dennis "Hallum," a man who made a deal with Mephisto to make people forget his identity as Dennis Hopeless, and Emilio Laiso on the creative team. Marvel's Spider-Man: Velocity is a five-issue mini-series that will tell the first original comic story set in the Marvel's Spider-Man universe, and Marvel has released a five-page preview on their website, which we've copied and pasted below.

Marvel's Spider-Man: Velocity #1 hits stores on August 28th. Check out the preview below.

(W) Dennis "Hopeless" Hallum (A) Emilio Laiso (CA) Skan
Dennis "Hopeless" Hallum continues the saga of the spectacular SPIDER-MAN with an ALL-NEW story set in the Gamerverse! How and why did PETER PARKER build the armored VELOCITY SUIT seen in the Marvel's Spider-Man video game? Find out here!
After the events of CITY AT WAR, SPIDER-MAN continues to balance his colliding worlds as he attempts to protect New York City against super villains like SWARM, while reporter MARY JANE WATSON delves deep into an investigation with legendary Daily Bugle journalist BEN URICH. Learn the never-before-told backstory behind the popular VELOCITY SUIT as unexplainable occurrences bedevil the city and our heroes come face-to-face with…a poltergeist?!
Illustrated by Emilio Laiso (CHAMPIONS, STAR WARS: DOCTOR APHRA), with eye-popping covers by the inimitable SKAN, you won't want to miss a panel of the first all-original story following up the worldwide hit video game!
Rated T
In Shops: Aug 28, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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