Miguel O’Hara: Spider-man 2099 #1

Miguel O’Hara: Spider-man 2099 #1

Illustrated by: Devmalya Pramanik

Cover Art by: Nick Bradshaw

Written by: Steve Orlando

Release date: January 3rd, 2024

Marvel Comics

*Minor Spoilers Ahead

BEWARE – MARVEL ZOMBIE: 2099! MIGUEL O’HARA teams up with BLADE 2099 to take on a new horrific threat to NUEVA YORK! Introducing the MARVEL ZOMBIE of 2099! He lives! He strikes! And no spider can hold him! Will SPIDER-MAN be able to stop the ever-evolving zombie infection before it takes hold of his mother and the citizens of the Barrio?

“Spider-Man 2099 #1” swings in with a fresh, exhilarating take on Miguel O’Hara’s futuristic escapades in Nueva York. Penned by the talented Steve Orlando, this issue delivers a gripping narrative that seamlessly weaves together action, suspense, and a looming threat that feels both terrifyingly new and nostalgically rooted.

Orlando’s storytelling prowess shines through as Miguel O’Hara, the Spider-Man of 2099, teams up with Blade 2099 to combat an unprecedented menace: the Marvel Zombie of 2099. The stakes are high as this ever-evolving infection threatens not only the city but Miguel’s own mother and the Barrio’s inhabitants. The tension is palpable, keeping readers on the edge of their seats with each turn of the page.

Devmalya Pramanik’s artwork is nothing short of spectacular. The visuals leap off the page, capturing the gritty yet vibrant essence of a futuristic metropolis embroiled in chaos. Pramanik’s skillful portrayal of action sequences and character emotions adds depth and resonance to Orlando’s narrative.

And let’s not forget the cover art by Nick Bradshaw, which serves as an enticing invitation into this high-octane adventure. Bradshaw’s dynamic artwork sets the tone for the thrilling ride within, encapsulating the essence of Spider-Man 2099’s world.

In an era where the Spider-family characters have been getting their well-deserved spotlight, “Spider-Man 2099 #1” stands out as a testament to Marvel’s ability to rejuvenate and expand upon beloved narratives. With the success of “Across the Spider-Verse,” the timing couldn’t be more perfect for this much-anticipated return to Miguel O’Hara’s ongoing saga.

Overall, “Spider-Man 2099 #1” is a must-read for both die-hard fans and newcomers alike. Orlando’s compelling storytelling, complemented by Pramanik’s captivating artwork and Bradshaw’s stunning cover art, sets the stage for what promises to be an enthralling series. Marvel enthusiasts, hold on tight—this issue kicks off Miguel O’Hara’s latest adventure in grand, exhilarating fashion!

Miguel O’Hara: Spider-man 2099 #1 is available on our weekly new comic wall and can also be placed on your pull list.


A Gripping Futuristic Adventure!

Colors - 8.9
Design - 9.1
Illustration - 9.2
Narrative - 9.6
Subplot - 9


"Spider-Man 2099 #1" is a thrilling comic book that features Miguel O'Hara, the Spider-Man of 2099, teaming up with Blade to fight against the Marvel Zombie of 2099. It is written by Steve Orlando, with artwork by Devmalya Pramanik and cover art by Nick Bradshaw. The comic is a must-read for fans and newcomers alike, with compelling storytelling, captivating artwork, and stunning cover art.

Genre: Superhero
Series: Miguel O'Hara: Spider-man 2099 | Illustrated by Devmalya Pramanik, Nick Bradshaw
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