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Get Ready To Cry, Comic Book Fans! The Next Superhero To Die Will Be…

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SPOILER ALERT: The announcement of a MAJOR comic book superhero's death is below!

After many, many years of fighting crime, and keeping the streets safe, we regret to inform you that during the upcoming issue of Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, Peter Parker/Spidey will be killed by the Green Goblin.

Fortunately for avid Spider-Man fans, the Ultimates series is separate from the bigger Marvel universe, so Spidey will live on in other series, including the Amazing Spider-Man books.

Here's what Marvel senior editor Mark Paniccia had to say about Peter Parker's death:

"Ten years ago, Brian Bendis and Mark Millar changed the way people saw super heroes with the birth of the Ultimate Universe. With Death of Spider-Man the two have done it again, creating a story just as big, and something that would really resonate with fans, but Peter's death doesn't signal the end of their larger plan – it's the start of one of the most ambitious stories you've ever read in comics."

Rest well, Spider-Man! Send our best to Human Torch!

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3 comments to “Get Ready To Cry, Comic Book Fans! The Next Superhero To Die Will Be…”



  1. 1

    DAMNIT COMIC COMPANYS WOULD YOU STOP

    Marvel is killing someone every few issues and DC is going about with the pointless fucking reboot.

    STOP TRYING TO GET THE SHOCK FACTOR

    Why not try and actully write a good fucking story again, FOR ONCE!
    *rage*



  2. 2

    I have always regarded the original MARVEL universe as the better anyway.

    I certainly don’t believe the throw away statement that 47 years of back-story had made “Amazing Spider-MAN” inaccessible to new readers, so therefore a modernized re-imagining was needed with the "Ultimate" series Spider-BOY.

    The "Amazing Spider-MAN" gets modernized every time a new creative team comes onboard. It’s a lame excuse and has become a tired old argument. IMHO, the "Ultimate" universe would have been better served with brand new characters. I really couldn't care less for the Brian Bendis and Mark Millar alternate re-imagining.



  3. 3

    Personally I would like to see the entire over rated "Ultimate" universe killed off and MARVEL COMICS to concentrate on their ORIGINAL universe with some of the best stories and art work comics have to offer.

    USM did do well in sales like many of MARVEL’S other titles, from the original (616) Universe. The “Amazing Spider-MAN’S” letter pages have always published letters from young and older fans alike. The younger generation have always been there.

    The quintessential character of Spiderman can be found right where it all began in the ORIGINAL flagship title which is still selling extremely well to this day.

    We have a mature age GROWN UP Peter Parker, a great cast of characters, well written realistic mature stories and sometimes with a dark tinge, great artwork and of course Spider-MAN’S great sense of humor and sarcastic wit.