First Issue: Web-Warriors


web warriorsWriter: Mike Costa

Art: David Baldeon/Scott Hanna

Colour: Jason Keith


Story: Following the cataclysmic events of the Spider-verse crossover, many realities have been left without their arachnid protector, and so the Web-Warriors, a group of Spider-characters from throughout the multiverse, have come together to help those realities cope with the trouble that only the Spiders-Folk can deal with.


Why read it?: Despite the fact that Web-Warriors looked to be the duffer of the copious amounts Spider-titles being released from Marvel within the next few months, a closer inspection has proven it to be quite the pleasant surprise. A fun and engaging story has been combined with enjoyable characters and wonderfully quirky artwork to form a book that is destined for either cult status or rapid cancellation; the inclusion of Spider-Gwen amongst its ranks should work in its favour but let’s hope for the former.


A UK based Contributor; Richard Reynolds splits his time writing articles and interviews for Fanboy Confidential with running his own comicbook shop, Ground Zero Comics, as well as sticking his thumb in far too many pies, including illustration, writing and filmmaking, he also consumes fiction in all its forms like its going out of fashion.

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