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Artgerm Debuts His First Ever Spider-Man Variant Cover

Popular digital artist Stanley "Artgerm" Lau has made his Marvel with his latest variant cover, this time providing a variant for January's Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man relaunch.

The Singapore-based artist shared his variant cover through his Twitter account this past Friday showing Marvel's flagship character swinging through New York City with a heart-shaped snap of his fingers.

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The new series was first announced at the beginning of the month with writer Tom Taylor reuniting with his artistic collaborators on All-New Wolverine, penciler Juann Cabal and colorist Nolan Woodard.

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The variant cover marks Artgerm's first ever cover featuring the amazing webslinger with the artist's signature painted style. Artgerm had previously teased last week that he was working on a Spider-Man cover despite avoiding artwork of masked characters, taking particular inspiration from the recent Spider-Man video game on the PlayStation 4 though the final artwork ultimately differed from his initial teaser image.

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Judging by the final variant cover, Artgerm has definitely done the Marvel superhero proud.

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Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #1 is written by Tom Taylor and illustrated by Juann Cabal. It is scheduled to go on sale this January from Marvel Comics.

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