Saladin Ahmed, Damion Scott and Dono Sanchez-Almara's The End one-shot will focus on Miles Morales/Spider-Man decades in the future, with humanity fighting for survival in Brooklyn. Marvel Comics has given CBR an exclusive first look at Miles Morales: The End #1 and comments from Ahmed on the book.
"It’s not hard to imagine the Earth as a pretty scary place a few decades from now," Ahmed said. "And the story definitely has its post apocalyptic element, set against a ravaged New York City. But more than anything THE END for Miles is a story about maintaining a hopeful, helpful energy even when surrounded by darkness and ugliness. As the mayor of Brooklyn Miles has, with the help of friends, carved out a space for beauty and fun in the dark world of the future. And this is the story about how they fight to hold on to that."
"Of course writing is only half the story, but if anything I’m the weak link here," he added. "Damion Scott’s art, with its manga and hip-hop influences, is so perfect for the story that I actually yelped when I saw it! You guys are in for a treat."
MILES MORALES: THE END #1
- Writer: SALADIN AHMED
- Artist: DAMION SCOTT
- THE FINAL MILES MORALES STORY!
- Humanity makes its last stand in the only place strong enough to survive: BROOKLYN. Former Spider-Man, Miles Morales, leads the last bastion of civilization into the future! Penned by MILES MORALES: SPIDER-MAN author SALADIN AHMED!
Marvel's The End one-shots will start releasing in January.
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