Rob Liefeld reveals his variant cover for Spiderman Verse Which Will Pay Homage to ‘New Mutant’

Deadpool co-writer Rob Liefeld has revealed his official variant cover for Marvel Comics’ Spider-Man #1, which guarantees to bring about the “End of the Spider-Verse.”

Liefeld’s Spider-Man #1 variant will pay homage to Liefeld’s own cover art for New Mutants #ninety eight, with Spidey himself standing in for Deadpool, complete with what seems to be a pair of swords produced from webbing. Moreover, Venom stands in for Gideon, at the same time as Scream stands in for Domino. The faces of such villains as Vulture, Doctor Octopus and the Green Goblin loom huge in the background. Liefeld appears to have deleted his initial post featuring the full-Colour version of the cover, though a post featuring the line-art version remains live.

This isn’t always the primary time Liefeld has crafted a brand new version cowl primarily based totally on his traditional cowl artwork for New Mutants #ninety eight. In fact, the artist recently did just that for the celebratory New Mutants #30, which marks the fortieth anniversary of the X-Men derivative title. Originally posted in December 1990 (with a cover date of February 1991), New Mutants #ninety eight is great for featuring the first appearances of Deadpool and Domino, in addition to Ophrah Industries, along with Gideon, Adam and Eve.

The End of the Spider-Verse Is Here

Meanwhile, the first difficulty in a brand new series, Spider-Man #1 comes from the creative crew of writer Dan Slott and artist Mark Bagley,  creators widely recognized for their work at the wall-crawler’s flagship title, Amazing Spider-Man. Spider-Man #1’s predominant cover art comes from Bagley and Alejandro Sánchez Rodríguez. In addition to Liefeld, the problem features variants from such artists as Arthur Adams, Frank Miller and Ryan Stegman.

“‘The End of the Spider-Verse’ is here!” the official solicit for Spider-Man #1 reads. “Morlun is returned and he isn’t always alone. Allied with one of the maximum effective beings acknowledged to the Spider-Verse, the scariest Spider-Villain of all time is making his largest play and no Spider is safe. Especially now no longer the Chosen Spider himself, Peter Parker. With Peter working for Norman Osborn and the use of a glider… does he have it coming? Spidey’s sixtieth Anniversary is no comic story as  of the most legendary Spider-Creators are running collectively on Spidey for the first time and you realize it’ll be one for the record books!”

Written by Dan Slott and illustrated by Mark Bagley, Spider-Man #1 is going on sale Oct. five from Marvel Comics, observed by issue #2 on Nov. nine and issue #three on Dec. 7.

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