Symbiote Spider-Man #4: Black Cat Exposed [Preview]

Spider-Man: Far From Home, without getting into spoilers, manages to pull off one of the most competent versions of Mysterio we've ever seen. The comic book version, unfortunately, is a little more inept, as we see in this preview of Symbiote Spider-Man #4, with Mysterio attempting to blackmail the Black Cat into handing over a sample of Spider-Man's new black suit (this series is set in the past, right after Secret Wars) by threatening to expose her dealings with the Kingpin to Spider-Man.

Symbiote Spider-Man #4: Black Cat Exposed [Preview]

But though he does a decent job of convincing Felicia to do what he wants…

Symbiote Spider-Man #4: Black Cat Exposed [Preview]

Mysterio is less adept ad noticing that Spider-Man just watched the entire thing go down.

Symbiote Spider-Man #4: Black Cat Exposed [Preview]

Which means that Spider-Man not only knows that Mysterio has his hands on a sample of the suit… but he knows what Black Cat has been up to as well.

Symbiote Spider-Man #4 hits stores on Wednesday.

(W) Peter David (A/CA) Greg Land
PETER DAVID and GREG LAND continue their tale that takes place during the original Alien Costume Saga! Mysterio finds himself in possession of a sliver of the black costume, unaware of its true nature…
Then, tensions continue to mount between Peter Parker, A.K.A. SPIDER-MAN, and his girlfriend, Felicia Hardy, A.K.A. THE BLACK CAT, as she's been keeping something from him – something that threatens to tear apart their relationship!
Rated T
In Shops: Jul 10, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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