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Marvel Preview: Darkhold: Spider-Man #1

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Marvel Preview: Darkhold: Spider-Man #1

Dive into a warped world of Spider-Man’s broken mind!

THE SPIDER TRAPPED IN A WEB OF HIS OWN MAKING! After reading from the ancient Darkhold, Spider-Man was meant to gain the power to enter the dread Chthon’s dimension and stop him from spreading his mythic darkness across the globe. Instead the book drove him insane—but what does that mean for the stalwart Peter Parker? Dive into a warped world of Spider-Man’s broken mind!

Written by: Alex Paknadel
Art by: Diogenes Neves
Cover by: James Harren
Page Count: 28 Pages
Release Date: December 22, 2021

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Marvel Preview: Darkhold: Spider-Man #1

Marvel Preview: Darkhold: Spider-Man #1

Marvel Preview: Darkhold: Spider-Man #1

Marvel Preview: Darkhold: Spider-Man #1

Marvel Preview: Darkhold: Spider-Man #1

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