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Marvel Preview: Ben Reilly: Spider-Man #1

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Marvel Preview: Ben Reilly: Spider-Man #1

Do the answers Ben is looking for reside in the haunted halls of the RAVENCROFT INSTITUTE?

BECAUSE YOU DEMANDED IT! Iconic Spider-Man scribe J.M. DeMatteis (KRAVEN’S LAST HUNT, SPIDER-MAN: THE LOST YEARS) returns to spin his webs once more within the Spidey mythos, this time joined by explosive artist David Baldeón (WEB WARRIORS, DOMINO)! Together, they’re bringing you unlocked memories in the life of BEN REILLY, A.K.A. SPIDER-MAN! Darkness looms over New York City as murders begin to pile up…but how are they all connected? Do the answers Ben is looking for reside in the haunted halls of the RAVENCROFT INSTITUTE?

Written by: J. M. DeMatteis
Art by: David Baldeón
Cover by: Dave Stewart
Page Count: 28 Pages
Release Date: January 19, 2022

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Marvel Preview: Ben Reilly: Spider-Man #1

Marvel Preview: Ben Reilly: Spider-Man #1

Marvel Preview: Ben Reilly: Spider-Man #1

Marvel Preview: Ben Reilly: Spider-Man #1

Marvel Preview: Ben Reilly: Spider-Man #1

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