J.J. Abrams goes from motion pictures to comics and he’s bringing alongside one of the best writing accomplice he may consider – his son Henry.
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On Thursday, Marvel introduced that the “Star Trek” director and his mini-me can be writing a model new Spider-Man comedian miniseries.
Becoming a member of Abrams in crafting the brand new Spidey story is his 20-year-old son.
“We’re actually excited, there’s a loopy new villain named Cadaverous, that we are able to’t wait so that you can meet,” the filmmaker stated within the comedian’s announcement video. “Marvel, [we’ve] been speaking to them for a very long time about this, so very excited to be doing it, and particularly excited to be doing it with this gentleman.”
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“It’s simply so thrilling,” stated Henry. “I can’t imagine it’s taking place.”
The sequence can be out this September, with artist Sara Pichelli doing the illustrations.