Spider-Man is Now With X-Men!

Spider-Man_&_The_X-Men_1_CoverIn the wake of Wolverine biting the dust, I think this is one of the more positive spins that Marvel is taking for the loss of a super hero.  Spidey has often helped the X-Men.  And, though he’s rubbed Logan the wrong way, I think this is a nice resolution to their friendship.  I’m looking forward to the series, and to see if Spider-Man’s role will continue after the truth is found out.  What do I mean by that?  Read on…

Meet the Jean Grey School’s Newest Member in SPIDER-MAN & THE X-MEN #1 This December!

This December, meet the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning’s newest faculty member…Peter Parker?! That’s right, it doesn’t take an X-Gene to sculpt young minds from the hallowed halls of the JGS, and ol’ webhead is joining the payroll this December in SPIDER-MAN & THE X-MEN #1! Rising star creators Elliott Kalan and Marco Failla settle Peter Parker into his role as the JGS’s newest Guidance Counselor. Keeping young mutants on the right path might be a reward unto itself, but Spidey has other plans.

“He’s there because Wolverine asked him to do it, though being a teacher isn’t the extent of the mission” says writer Elliot Kalan in an interview with Marvel.com. “Before Wolverine dies, he had a suspicion that something was amiss at the school and that one of the students wasn’t what they seemed. Only he didn’t know which student. It’s Spidey’s job to find the truth – though he can’t help but hope to also have a positive influence on the lives of the students.”

Only the denizen of the Jean Grey School aren’t exactly down with their newest employee. Especially when he leads a group of the younger students into a confrontation with Sauron and Stegron, the Dinosaur Man! Time for the Wallcrawler to show his stuff as a hero and as a teacher. Be there when Spider-Man shepherds the next generation of mutants as they struggle to survive high school and a villain team-up 65 million years in the making when SPIDER-MAN & THE X-MEN #1swings into comic shops and onto digital devices this December!

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For more info on Spider-Man & the X-Men, read the full interview with Elliot Kalan tomorrow on Marvel.com.

SPIDER-MAN & THE X-MEN #1
Written by ELLIOTT KALAN
Art by MARCO FAILLA

Cover by NICK BRADSHAW
Variant Cover by BENGAL
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Murray the Bellhop covers Knott's Berry Farm, Marvel, and also helps with DAPs Magic's Disneyland coverage. He also hosts DAPscast and helps produce Geeks Corner.

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