Newly signed Marvel exclusive Ron Garney brings you all the Civil War tie-in action along with writer J. Michael Straczynski as Spider-Man stands on the precipice of one of the most life-changing decisions he has ever had to make.
â€œI feel good about it,â€ says Ron Garney about his exclusive Marvel contract announcement. â€œIts nice to come back after a few years, and it feels new again and in a lot of ways itâ€™s a different place to come back to. Itâ€™s like your favorite sports team – some different players, same franchise but you love it just the same because the characters are there.â€
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada says of pencil-pushing penciller Garney: â€œRon has the weight and heft of a Kirby, the grace and poise of a Ditko, and the soft voice and manners of an Aunt May…we love the guy.â€
After pitching in with the relief efforts at the site of the Stamford disaster in Amazing Spider-Man #532, Peter Parker accompanies Tony Stark to Washington once again.
With the Super Hero Registration Act seeming to be a foregone conclusion, Spider-Man makes a decision that will force the heroes of the Marvel Universe to never look at him the same way again.
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One response to “Garney Signs Exclusive and Spidey Faces a War at Home”
civil war is one of the best comics ive read and i read too many comics for it to be good for me