Spiral Begins in Amazing Spider-Man #16.1
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Peter Parker may be back from Spider-Verse, but his troubles are far from over!
Today, Marvel is pleased to present your first look inside AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #16.1, the first chapter of "Spiral"! One of the most celebrated Spider-Man writers of all-time, Gerry Conway, returns to the webhead alongside artist Carlo Barberi for an all-new tale of crime and corruption in the dark corners of the Marvel Universe. That’s right, the man who brought you some of the most shocking and iconic Spidey stories in history returns for a new story that’s sure to be no exception!
The underworld is in flux ever since the Kingpin got taken out of Shadowland. That war is heating up and now that Spidey is back on the seen he’s going to do something about it! But he’s not the only one out for justice – Police Captain Yuri Watanabe is trying to curtail the madness both in her day job and as the vigilante known as The Wraith! But do she and Spidey play by the same rules?
Hammerhead, Tombstone, the Circus of Crime, Black Cat and Mr. Negative. Only one can rule the underworld. And they’ll stop at nothing to eliminate their competition. Who will be left standing when the dust settles? Find out when the epic "Spiral" kicks off this March in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #16.1!
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