Spider-Man Unmasks to the World

In a move that will change the Wall-Crawler's life, Spider-Man unmasked to the world and revealed that he is Peter Parker. In the pages of Civil War #2, Marvel's summer blockbuster series, Spider-Man shockingly reveals his secret identity at a press conference.

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In a move that will change the Wall-Crawler's life, Spider-Man unmasked to the world and revealed that he is Peter Parker. In the pages of Civil War #2, Marvel's summer blockbuster series, Spider-Man shockingly reveals his secret identity at a press conference. Civil War has erupted in the Marvel Universe as heroes fight heroes over the passing of the Superhuman Registration Act. After a terrible accident involving young heroes leads to the deaths of several hundred innocent people, Congress passes a law declaring that all super-powered vigilantes must register with the government. This divides the superhero community as some heroes register while the other half becomes wanted criminals. The leader of the Pro-Registration side, Iron Man, convinces Spider-Man that heroes need to be held accountable, just as law enforcement is, and that to make a statement for their cause, he needs to unmask to the world. In a milestone moment in comics history, Peter does the unthinkable and reveals his secret identity. Peter Parker's life will take a dangerous turn as his most dangerous enemies, including his deadliest villains, know the secret he has been keeping since a radioactive spider bit him, giving him the proportionate strength and abilities of a spider. Will Peter Parker live to regret his decision or will he be a leader in legitimizing superheroes in the eyes of a public that has lost faith in them? From the looks of the cover to Civil War #5 seen here, Spider-Man's greatest villains are going to ensure that Peter's life doesn't get any easier. The only place to find out is your local comic store as the fallout from Peter's decision is felt in the summer event Civil War and the Civil War tie-ins. Also, see how the biggest decision of Spider-Man's life plays out in all of the Spider-Man titles, which will feature a "SPIDER-MAN UNMASKED" banner to call out that the next chapter in the Spider-Man mythos is happening here. To find these comics at a comic shop near you, call 1-888-comicbook. Follow SPIDER-MAN UNMASKED in: Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #11-13 Sensational Spider-Man #28-31 CIVIL WAR #2 (of 7) (APR062017) Written by Mark Millar Pencils & Wraparound Cover by Steve McNiven 32 PGS./Rated T+ ...$2.99 On Sale - 6/14/2006 AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #533 (APR062002) Written by J. MICHAEL STRACZYNSKI Pencils & Cover by RON GARNEY 32 PGS./Rated A ...$2.99 On Sale – 6/28/2006 SENSATIONAL SPIDER-MAN #28 (MAY061944) Written by ROBERTO AGUIRRE-SACASA Pencils & Cover by CLAYTON CRAIN 32 PGS./Rated A ...$2.99 FOC – 6/22, On Sale – 7/12 FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD SPIDER-MAN #11 (JUN061939) Written by PETER DAVID Penciled by TODD NAUCK Cover by MICHAEL WIERINGO 32 PGS./Rated A ...$2.99 FOC – 7/13, On Sale – 8/2/2006 Marvel Comics is a division of Marvel Enterprises, Inc., a leading global character-based entertainment company that has developed and owns a library of more than 5,000 characters, which have entertained generations around the world for over 60 years. Marvel's operations are focused in entertainment and consumer product licensing and comic book publishing. Marvel Studios supports the development of feature films, DVD/video products and TV series. Marvel's creative team also supports the development of video games and toy lines based on its characters as well as for a broad and growing range of consumer products and services including apparel, collectibles, foods and promotions. Marvel's comic book division is a leading publisher in the global marketplace while also serving as an invaluable source of intellectual property. Marvel's Toy Biz division is a recognized creative force and leader in toy design, sales and marketing, developing and overseeing both licensee and in-house toy lines. For additional information visit http://www.marvel.com. FOR MORE INFORMATION AND/OR ARTWORK PLEASE CONTACT: Jim McCann MARVEL ENTERTAINMENT 212-576-4001 jmccann@marvel.com

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