Is Spider-Man: Enter the Spider-Verse a movie tie-in, or a part of Spider-Geddon? Maybe it’s both!
Born and raised in Birmingham, England, when Matt's not reading comics he's writing about them and hosting podcasts about them. From reading The Beano and The Dandy as a child, he first discovered American comics with Marvel's Heroes Reborn and, despite that questionable start, still fell in love and has never looked back. You can find him on Twitter @MattLune
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