Marvel Comics released the final teaser for its upcoming Spider-Man project.
Posted by the publisher on Twitter, the image is of the number one, with the spider having now moved to below the digit. The web, which was only a few strands on the original teaser, is now seemingly complete. Retweeting the post, Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski wrote, "Looks like we only have to wait One More Day for the big Spider-Man reveal! (Just joking...)." The post makes reference to the controversial "One More Day" storyline, which saw Peter Parker trading his life with Mary Jane Watson in order to give Aunt May more time to live after she's been shot.
The initial post, which Marvel Entertainment tweeted out on Sunday, was met with a lot of speculation, with many wondering about the possibility of either a team-up with the Fantastic Four or some sort of adaptation of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 4. However, Cebulski debunked those theories the next day, when it was revealed the image was actually the start of a countdown. He's said the announcement, which will hit tomorrow, is one fans won't see coming.
At this time, details about the project's creative team, plot and release date are all unknown. It's also not clear if the announcement will be for an arc, miniseries, event or something else entirely.
Stay tuned to CBR for the impending announcement.