The noir versions of Spider-Man and Daredevil are joining forces in a new series by Marvel Comics. Taking place in the pages of ‘Spider-Verse Unlimited,’ we see 1930s New York City face a new threat that only the webhead and the man without fear can handle.
Marvel said on their website that the comic is “from creators Amy Chu, Diogenes Neves, and Antonio Fabela: In the midst of a massive rally in New York City, Spider-Man Noir teams up with Daredevil Noir to stave off disaster in SPIDER-VERSE UNLIMITED #41. Until Spider-Man Noir hears…the voice of an old foe…”
The comic book issue is available on the Marvel Unlimited app for readers to download.
They added that “readers can expect a crossover event culminating in one giant mystery that’s already been teased in SPIDER-VERSE UNLIMITED #38-40! Stay tuned as ‘The Mystery Man’ story heats up.”
First appearing in 2009, ‘Spider-Man Noir’ was part of an imprint that saw several Marvel Comics characters experience more mature-themed adventures. The first adventure featuring Spidey was written by David Hine and Fabrice Sapolsky, with artists Carmine Di Giandomenico and Marko Djurdjevic handling the illustrations. It would see Peter Parker before, during, and after the Second World War.
There would be two sequels ‘Eyes Without a Face’ and a second volume, though the character would make sporadic appearances in Spider-Verse stories. Nicolas Cage would voice the characters in the 2018 animated film ‘Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse.’
‘Davedevil Noir’ would make his debut in a 2010 comic book series written by Alexander Irvine and drawn by Tom Coker. This version sees Matt Murdock living in Hell’s Kitchen during the Prohibition Era.
Marvel Comics legendary editor Stan Lee co-created both Spider-Man and Daredevil in 1962 and 1964, respectively. The two have had several crossovers throughout their published years including on television during season three of ‘Spider-Man: The Animated Series’ in 1996.
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