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Spider-Man with a new creative team

Miles Morales’ Spider-Man solo series re-releases in December, and Marvel has revealed who is behind the new creative team. Writer Salah al-Din Ahmed announced in July that Miles Morales: Spider-Man #42 It will be his last problem. The release of Ahmed and the artist Javier Garon Miles Morales: Spider-Man In 2018, Miles continued his adventures after his co-creator, Brian Michael Bendis, exited the previous volume. root It was announced that at the end of the year, writer Cody Ziglar and artist Federico Vicentini relaunched Miles Morales: Spider-Manbrings the young hero back to basics as he battles a villain that “threatens everyone and everything Miles loves”.

“Between school, home, his love life, and fighting charged villains and developers day and night – Miles has reached breaking point. And when this new enemy ends, the world of Spider-Man will be changed forever,” a description of Miles Morales: Spider-Man #1 He reads. Cody Ziglar (Craig Al KhorNew Testament in writing What if… Miles MoralesBeside spider bank And the era of Spider-Man after the era The Amazing Spider-Man. He is also a writer in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.

This new volume from Miles Morales will take him back to his street-level roots, following adventures across the multiverse. Also, instead of teaming up with Peter Parker, Miles will find a new mentor in Misty Knight.

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“He’s done a pretty cool multi-dimension,” Zieglar said of his upcoming run, “but let’s take him to street level, and also give him a new guide.” Miles Morales: Spider-Man. “Peter was so much for him…I wanted to bring him a new mentor from Black. I really wanted to pair him with a character on a Black Street level. That’s the story I want to tell because I’m a huge fan of her coaching and mentorship.”

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“There are a lot of things you can learn from people who have been doing this for a really long time, but there are some things that you get from people who have been doing the same job that are just like you,” Zieglar added. “Misty Knight faces a very different reality than Matt Murdock or Peter Parker does just by the fact that she is a black woman, I know that was an important thing there. I also like the character of Misty Knight and wanted to hang out with her and Miles in some trouble.”

There will also be lighter moments in Miles Morales: Spider-ManShows Miles’ life outside of his superhero costume with his family and going to school.

“There is drama in that, he fights bad guys and stuff but also, he’s a little kid, he’s a teenager. He has a best friend, he has great powers and yes that comes with some negatives, but he tries his best,” Zieglar said. “He’s got a great support system. His parents know he’s a superhero, they totally support him, but they’re also like being careful there. I love that optimism that Spidey had and I definitely want to keep bringing this on because I’m a comedian. I dive into drama when I need to, but I love Have a great time. I love smiling when I read a book.”


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