MIGUEL O'HARA - SPIDER-MAN 2099 Connecting Cover Pits The Future Wall-Crawler Against Marvel's Monsters

MIGUEL O'HARA - SPIDER-MAN 2099 Connecting Cover Pits The Future Wall-Crawler Against Marvel's Monsters MIGUEL O'HARA - SPIDER-MAN 2099 Connecting Cover Pits The Future Wall-Crawler Against Marvel's Monsters

Marvel Comics has shared another round of covers for Miguel O'Hara - Spider-Man 2099 as the future web-slinger, Moon Knight, and Blade are pitted against a whole host of iconic monsters. Check them out...

By JoshWilding - Oct 03, 2023 08:10 PM EST
Filed Under: Marvel Comics

Next January, Spider-Verse superstar Miguel O'Hara returns with a monster of a new mission in the pages of Miguel O'Hara - Spider-Man 2099

Announced last month, the five-issue weekly limited series features writer Steve Orlando's return to the character and the fan-favourite 2099 timeline following his work on Spider-Man 2099: Exodus and Spider-Man 2099: Dark Genesis. Joined by an all-star lineup of artists, Orlando will pit Miguel against new 2099 takes on classic horror icons including Marvel Zombies, Dracula, Werewolf by Night, Terror, and Man-Thing.

Now, you can get a new look at this web-slinging monster mash on Todd Nauck's gorgeous new connecting cover. Adorning all five issues, the epic piece shows Miguel and his allies, Moon Knight 2099 and Blade 2099, jumping into action as the horrors of 2099 are unleashed. 

"Returning to 2099 has been a blast, especially with the chance to do this series of one-shots crashing Miguel up against some of Marvel's greatest horror icons - all of whom are newly debuting in 2099!" Orlando says. "I can't think of a better reality to work in than the world of 2099 - that dark, neon projection of our own modern day."

"And no matter the horror coming in the series, Spider-Man 2099 is set to defend his city and his people," the writer adds, "whether it's with a gravity-defying moon shot, an infestation of next-generation zombies, or helping a mercenary werewolf finally cut his leash!"

Influenced by cyberpunk and set in a harsh corporate-run society, 2099 has held a special place in the Marvel multiverse and in fan's hearts for over thirty years. 

This looks like a fun new approach to that future timeline and Marvel Comics recently shared a first look at Nick Bradshaw's covers for the series you can see here.

You can check out Nauck's cover below along with details on when and where you'll be able to find each part of this massive piece of artwork.

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MIGUEL O'HARA - SPIDER-MAN 2099 #1 (OF 5)
Written by STEVE ORLANDO
Art by DEVMALYA PRAMANIK
Cover by NICK BRADSHAW
Connecting Cover by TODD NAUCK
On Sale 1/3

MIGUEL O'HARA - SPIDER-MAN 2099 #2 (OF 5)
Written by STEVE ORLANDO
Art by MICHAEL DOWLING
Cover by NICK BRADSHAW
Connecting Cover by TODD NAUCK
On Sale 1/10

MIGUEL O'HARA - SPIDER-MAN 2099 #3 (OF 5)
Written by STEVE ORLANDO
Art by JASON MUHR
Cover by NICK BRADSHAW
Connecting Cover by TODD NAUCK
On Sale 1/17

MIGUEL O'HARA - SPIDER-MAN 2099 #4 (OF 5)
Written by STEVE ORLANDO
Art by CHRIS CAMPANA
Cover by NICK BRADSHAW
Connecting Cover by TODD NAUCK
On Sale 1/24

MIGUEL O'HARA - SPIDER-MAN 2099 #5 (OF 5)
Written by STEVE ORLANDO
Art by STEFANO RAFFAELE
Cover by NICK BRADSHAW
Connecting Cover by TODD NAUCK
On Sale 1/31

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cadunovaes01 - 10/3/2023, 8:21 PM

I hope this series is as good as the character's initial series, written by master Peter David. I liked the beginning of the 2099 universe (X-men, Doom and of course, Miguel Ohara)

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