Betraying the Syndicate's Feminist Cause in Amazing Spider-Man #28 [Preview]

Amazing Spider-Man #28 is in stores from Marvel Comics this week, by the creative team of Nick Spencer and Kev Walker, and we've got a preview below.

Amazing Spider-Man #28

And last issue, we saw the Syndicate, an all-women group of criminals tired of sexism in the crime industry, capture Spider-Man's friend and roommate, Boomerang!

Amazing Spider-Man #28

Now, the Kingpin has surrounded the Syndicate's headquarters, with a goal of getting his hands on Boomerang.

Amazing Spider-Man #28

But Spidey is there to save the day…

Amazing Spider-Man #28

Or not. Meanwhile, Beetle is trying really hard to come up with a reason for the Syndicate to hand over Boomerang to Kingpin. Has she betrayed her sisters?

Amazing Spider-Man #28

Boomerang sure seems to think so. And he has no issues mansplaining to these ladies about how to conduct their business. Of course, in this particular instance, he also happens to be right, but broken clocks and all of that. We saw Beetle talking to Kingpin last issue.

Amazing Spider-Man #28 hits stores on Wednesday.

(W) Nick Spencer (A) Kev Walker (CA) Ryan Ottley
• RULE OF THUMB: Don't tick off Wilson Fisk, A.K.A. Mayor of NYC, A.K.A. FORMER ("Former"?) Kingpin of Crime.
• Sadly, Fred Myers (A.K.A. Boomerang) was never good with rules.
• Spider-Man is caught in the middle of this mess – and that thing that must also come with great power won't let him just walk away.
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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