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Black Cat returns for Marvel’s third Spider-Man video game related mini-series launching in January

Marvel continues their expansion of Insomniac's Spider-Man world with a brand new miniseries in their Gamerverse line

After debuting on Playstation last year, Insomniac’s Marvel’s Spider-Man found new life through DLC packs that continued the story but most recently through the continuation of their story within the pages of Marvel comics. The publisher has been running mini-series tied into the game world and that isn’t changing in 2020.

As announced during NYCC the publisher will launch a brand new five-issue miniseries Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Black Cat Strikes, by Dennis “Hopeless” Hallum & Luca Maresca with a cover by Sana Takeda, that sees the thief and sometimes heroic Felicia Hardy/Black Cat cross Spider-Man’s path once more.

This series picks up in the aftermath of the previous and currently running minis from the video game world, Marvel’s Spider-Man: City at War and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Velocity.

Following the events of MARVEL’S SPIDER-MAN: VELOCITY and CITY AT WAR, Spider-Man now finds himself in the middle of a gang war in New York City. But as he butts heads with the likes of Hammerhead and the Maggia, the unexpected reappearance of old flame Felicia Hardy AKA the Black Cat sets Spider-Man’s world on fire!

Black Cat’s heroic days are behind her, but what is the secret behind the treasures she’s thieving?  And why would Spider-Man let her go?! Delve into previously untold tales of Spider-Man and Black Cat’s relationship, and a shock ending that will make your webs spin!  Don’t miss the excitement as your favorite Wall-Crawler returns in the next Gamerverse series coming in January!

This new series debuts in January.

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