The decimal points are staying in All-New, All-Different Marvel. "Amazing Spider-Man" is relaunching in October as part of Marvel's latest publishing initiative (under the creative team of Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli), and in November, the book will resume the "point one" companion stories than ran alongside the previous volume of the main series.
First revealed on ComicBook.com, "Amazing Spider-Man" #1.1 is scheduled for release in November from the creative team of writer Jose Molina and superstar artist Simone Bianchi. Molina is a newcomer to comics, but already a veteran of the Marvel world, as a co-executive producer on ABC's "Agent Carter." The story sees Spider-Man facing a horde of the living dead in Harlem, and finding help from the Santerians -- Marvel vigilantes not seen since the Joe Quesada-helmed "Daredevil: Father" miniseries a decade ago.
"Peter Parker is a scientist by nature, but what if he finds that there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in his philosophy? And, given that we're talking about Spidey, I wanted to approach these notions with a sense of humor and wonder," Molina told ComicBook.com. "Thus: the undead. Not zombies, just... not alive and not dead."
Here's solicitation text for the issue, with the remaining of Marvel's November 2015 solicitations set to hit at 2 p.m. Pacific time.
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #1.1
JOSE MOLINA (w) • SIMONE BIANCHI (a/C)
VARIANT COVER A by ROBBI RODRIGUEZ
VARIANT COVER B BY TBA
The dead are walking in Harlem and Spider-Man's going to do something about it. But when the trail leads straight to THE SANTERIANS, Spidey's finds out he bit off more than he can chew. Television's AGENT CARTER writer JOSE MOLINA and superstar artist SIMONE BIANCHI bring the heroes hidden since DAREDEVIL: FATHER back into the spotlight!
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