In May 2022, Marvel Comics announced an unprecedented project to celebrate the release of Amazing Fantasy #1000, a publication in which the 1962 Friendly debuted. Spiderman Neighborhood that involves incredible artists and legends of American comics, including Joe Quesada, who has returned to the spider world with a great variant cover.

For ten years, from 2000 to 2010, Chief Supervisor of Marvel Comics and often involved Main publications dedicated to Spider-Man and for the X-Men, Quesada was a leading figure in the new era of the House of Ideas, and before finally ending this part of his life and starting independent projects, he decided to sign a new and spectacular one Wall climber illustration.

The drawing, which you can see at the bottom of the page, depicts Spider-Man throwing one while circling over the rooftops of New York at night Check out his reflection on one of the city's many skyscrapers. A significant image that can be interpreted as a look back over the years in which he has faced ever larger and more dangerous threats, in the now iconic blue and red costume, characterized by larger cobwebs in reflection than Spider-Man in the foreground . , perhaps a conscious reference to the original design of the legendary Steve Ditko.

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