Spider-Man's life continues to get more complicated by the hour, and things are going to get even worse before they get better.
In Amazing Spider-Man #19, Peter will have to figure out what means more to him, his life as Spider-Man or his time out of the mask as Peter Parker. More importantly, he has to decide between being there for them in the flesh or being satisfied with protecting them. The latest issue continues the march towards Dead No More with writer Dan Slott and penciler's Javier Garron and Giuseppe Camuncoli at the helm, and they aren't going to make it easy on everyone's favorite web-slinger.
"I think more than any character in the Marvel Universe, Spider-Man is about heart," Slott told EW, "And ever since Amazing Fantasy #15, for him it's also been about loss. 'With great power comes great responsibility.' He learns that lesson at the life of Uncle Ben. And then, years later, Captain Stacy dies in front of him, and it's almost the exact opposite. He did everything he possibly could! He did try to live up to his responsibility and use his power, and still he lost someone very dear to him. So loss surrounds Spider-Man. We live in a day and age of comics where you're always seeing another important death. 'Here's someone who dies!' We're subverting all of that. Here's people coming back."
You can view an exclusive preview of the issue in the gallery, and fans can get their hands on the anticipated issue when Amazing Spider-Man #19 hits comic shelves on October 5th.
Before "Dead No More"…Someone in the Amazing Spider-Man's orbit dies. Peter, once again, has to choose between being Spider-Man and his personal life and it doesn't go well for him. Also, get the other side of the Spider-Man/Kingpin story from the Free Comic Book Day story.