SPIDER-ISLAND (2015) #2

SPIDER-ISLAND (2015) #2



The Spider-Queen has turned Manhattan into an island of Spider-Madness and Peter Parker has lost, thanks to Spider-Scribe CHRISTOS GAGE (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN) & rising star artist PACO DIAZ (WOLVERINE, SCARLET SPIDERS). With Spider-Man defeated and captive, does Flash Thompson, A.K.A. VENOM stand a chance? All this, plus visit the MC2 patch of BATTLEWORLD! Mayday Parker and her Spider-Family are back courtesy of classic Spider-Girl team TOM DEFALCO, RON FRENZ & SAL BUSCEMA!

See Also: Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider Man #117, August 1986 Issue - Marvel Comics - Grade NM

Spider-Man #3, October 1990 Issue - Marvel Comics - Grade NM

Spider-Man #4, November 1990 Issue - Marvel Comics - Grade NM

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