Spider-Geddon, which will bring together the surviving Spider-heroes of the multiverse, is beginning later this month. Spider-Man Noir will be among those joining the fray, and he's going to be showing up more and more in the future.
At Marvel panel at New York Comic Con, editor-in-chief CB Cebulski said that Noir would "be appearing in a lot of places over the months. I don’t want to spoil things. In the Spider-Geddon series, he’ll be appearing. Then, in other mediums, he will. Your love of the character is shared, and he will be appearing." Spider-Man Noir is a hardboiled detective version of Peter Parker, complete with guns and a hat, from the 1930s and the Marvel Noir Universe.
Spider-Geddon is the follow-up to 2014’s Spider-Verse, bringing back Morlun and his Inheritors, as well as new villains. Marvel is promising shocking deaths and returns, leaving fans to wonder if their favorite Spider-heroes will survive the event.
In addition to Spider-Geddon, Noir will show up later this year in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, where he'll be voiced by Nicholas Cage. In the video games, he's a costume in Marvel's Spider-Man, and was a playable character in 2010's Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, voiced by Christopher Daniel Barnes. Finally, he showed up in a Spider-Verse episode of Ultimate Spider-Man, voiced by This is Us star Milo Ventimiglia.
Spider-Geddon #1 by Christos N. Gage, Dan Slott, Jorge Molina and David Curiel hits shelves on October 10.