Mystery Villain Leads New Sinister Six For 'Spider-Man' From Bendis And Bazaldua

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Mystery Villain Leads New Sinister Six For 'Spider-Man' From Bendis And Bazaldua

When Marvel Legacy comes to Spider-Man in November, it will bring the kind of exciting changes readers have to come to expect from Marvel's industry-changing relaunch. Such as "The Great One" Brian Bendis continuing to write the book, or the umpteenth reinventing of the Sinister Six. Did we say "change?" We actually meant the opposite of that.

Bendis stopped by Previews World to chat about the book, on which he'll be joined by artist Oscar Bazaldua.

"The new Sinister Six is led by the mystery figure behind the Iron Spider armor, Bombshell (the mother of the Bombshells) from the ultimate universe, and the mother of one of Miles' best friends the female Electro (I refuse to call her Lady Electro) the Spot. Plus, fresh off his rather creepy appearance in Jessica Jones, Sandman (one of my all-time favorites, and I don't see how you could do a Sinister Six without him), and Hobgoblin (also fresh off his cameo and Jessica Jones).

I am looking at this Six like a real old-school, Oceans 11 crew of criminals. All of them have a very specific skill set and there is a whale of a score that needs all six of them. It's a doozy. I can't wait for you guys find out what the Sinister Six wants. But the story will be very personal when people find out who the Iron Spider is."

The always-humble Bendis calls Miles Morales' journey "one of the most unique journeys a Marvel character has ever gone through." Check it out for yourself in November.

Miles' world has been shaken a lot lately, but nothing will compare to what the mysterious Iron-Spider and his brand new SINISTER SIX will do. Sandman, Hobgoblin, The Spot, Electro and Bombshell (?!) join this mystery villain to make Miles' life a living hell.

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