Marvel Releases Spider-Man's Official New York Arrest Warrant
Peter Parker just can't catch a break these days, and now he can add the police to his list of enemies.
Marvel Legacy welcomes Spider-Man to the fold in Chip Zdarksy and Adam Kubert's Peter Parker The Spectacular Spider-Man #297, but he isn't exactly welcome in the city he calls home. Thanks to recent events the wall-crawler finds himself on the run from the law, as the NYPD kicks off a manhunt for New York's friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.
In fact, they've already issued a warrant for his arrest, which you can find in its entirety below. The cops seem serious about catching Spidey, but they didn't have to take a shot at his childish humor right? That seems like a low blow. Also, even though you'd see the day when Wilson Fisk could charge Spider-Man with a crime, but that's where we are evidently.
In addition to the warrant, you can find the new covers for the upcoming issue in the gallery.
United States District Court – Warrant of Arrest
Case: The State of New York vs. Spider-Man
Date: Nov. 15, 2017
Case Number: 297
Known affiliates: Teresa Durand, The Human Torch, Chip Zdarsky, Adam Kubert
Description: Suspect stands at approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighs 160 pounds. Age unknown—though his attempts at humor, which might suggest a boy in his teens, likely put him in his mid to late 20s.
Known to swing from trees, streetlights, and other city dwellings wearing a red and blue spider-suit. Officers should keep their ears tuned in for the distinguishing "Thwip" sound created by his web shooters. Gunshots, explosions, and destruction of property act as a likely signal of his presence. Suspect has no problem leaving cops hanging; approach with caution.
Cause for arrest: This warrant has been issued in response to the widespread local terror and property damage caused by the well-known Wallcrawler. Damages to the city during his acts of "heroism" have been measured in millions of dollars.
This masked-mayhem has also been photographed cavorting with a known enemy of the state, Teresa Durand—believed to have stolen top-secret information from S.H.I.E.L.D.
Suspect faces charges of breaking and entering, as well as assault, pending against him by respected New York businessman Wilson Fisk. The mouthy menace also seems to be wanted for questioning by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. This section will remain open for the addition of inevitable future infractions.
Peter Parker The Spectacular Spider-Man #29 hits comic shops November 15.