Nick Spencer Finally Makes Spidey a Nazi in Next Week's Amazing Spider-Man #10

Nick Spencer sparked months of fierce debate in the online comics community with Secret Empire, a Marvel super-mega-crossover event that revealed that Captain America was a Nazi… and that was just on Spencer's own Twitter feed. Across the wider community, the controversy raged even harder. Spencer has been doing his best to make up for it with a pretty good run on Amazing Spider-Man, but many detractors were probably wondering how long before Spencer got up to his old tricks and turned Spider-Man into a Nazi as well.

Well, in next week's Amazing Spider-Man #10, that moment has finally come when Spider-Man and the Black Cat are confronted by the Thieves Guild after attempting to steal back all the superhero memorabilia they've been collecting. Yes, Nick Spencer has made Spider-Man a Nazi.

A grammar Nazi, that is…

Nick Spencer Finally Makes Spidey a Nazi in Next Week's Amazing Spider-Man #10

Ok, we have to admit, the hyphen is important.

Amazing Spider-Man #10 hits stores next Wednesday.

Amazing Spider-Man #10
(W) Nick Spencer (A/CA) Humberto Ramos
• There's been a major theft the likes of which we've never seen and for once, The Black Cat didn't do it.
• But Spider-Man might need the help of his once-foe-once-friend-once-crime-boss Felicia Hardy, the Black Cat!
Rated T
In Shops: Nov 28, 2018
SRP: $3.99

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