Spider-Man’s Fantastic Four getup from 2011 returns alongside different webslingers of the multiverse within the pages of Amazing Fantasy #1000.

The following article incorporates spoilers from Amazing Fantasy #1000, on sale now from Marvel Comics.

Amazing Fantasy #1000 options the return of a Fantastic Four costume that Spider-Man briefly donned over a decade in the past in Amazing Spider-Man #658.

The costume, which seems like a conventional blue Fantastic Four uniform mixed with an all-black Spidey masks, is worn by an alternate universe Spider-Man within the story “You Get It,” written by Jonathan Hickman and Marco Checchetto. The story options the mainstream Spidey of Marvel’s 616 Universe chatting along with his multiversal counterparts concerning the tragedy in his life and asking them if they’ve any recommendation on the way to surmount adversity and carry on being a hero.

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After briefly teasing him with discuss that their lives are supremely regular in comparison with his, the alternate Spideys clarify that committing heroic acts means placing “your self within the heart of the storm day-after-day…so complaining concerning the wind will not do you any good.” They inform Peter that holding onto hope and repeatedly rising regardless of private setbacks are a part of what makes Spider-Man an inspiration to everybody within the Marvel universe and past.

Spider-Man wore the Fantastic Four swimsuit in “Peter Parker: The Fantastic Spider-Man,” which ran in 2011’s Amazing Spider-Man #658 and was additionally written by Slott. Spidey quickly joined Reed Richards, Sue Storm and Ben Grimm as a member of the Future Foundation within the story, although he rapidly ditched his blue outfit for a smooth black and white swimsuit.

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This just isn’t the primary time that Peter Parker has worn a Fantastic Four outfit. The 1984 traditional The Amazing Spider-Man #258 featured a very amusing style assertion as Spidey — left with no costume after dropping his symbiote — donned a spare Fantastic Four swimsuit and caught a paper bag over his head. The ridiculous guise has since been dubbed the “Bombastic Bag-Man.”

Amazing Fantasy #1000 celebrates Spider-Man’s sixtieth anniversary. The supersized e-book encompasses a bevy of tales from an all-star group of Spidey creators — together with Dan Slott, Michael Cho and Neil Gaiman — pencils and inks by the likes of Jim Cheung, Klaus Janson, Marco Checchetto and Todd Nauck, and colours by Frank Martin, Jay David Ramos, Michael Cho and Terry Dodson. Todd Klein and VC’s Joe Sabino letter the problem whereas the principle cowl was accomplished by John Romita Jr., Scott Hanna and Alejandro Sanchez. Amazing Fantasy #1000 is on sale now from Marvel.

Source: Marvel


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