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Peter Parker & Miles Morales: Spider-Men Double Trouble

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Miles Morales is Peter Parker's friend, super-hero namesake, crimefighting ally and...sidekick?! No way! Peter has dragged Miles to "Take Your Sidekick to Work Day," and Miles is not amused -- they're both Spider-Man! So when Peter makes a mistake that unleashes villainous shenanigans on New York City, it's up to Miles to save the day -- and prove exactly which Spider-Man is the true sidekick! Writer Vita Ayala joins the fan-favorite team that brought you SPIDER-MAN & VENOM: DOUBLE TROUBLE and THOR & LOKI: DOUBLE TROUBLE for a brand-new adventure! Plus: Look back at another case of double trouble as the best of frenemies, Spider-Man and Venom, get inside each other's heads...literally! Collecting PETER PARKER & MILES MORALES: SPIDER-MEN DOUBLE TROUBLE #1-4 and SPIDER-MAN & VENOM: DOUBLE TROUBLE #1.

ISBN-13: 9781302931476

Media Type: Paperback

Publisher: Outreach/New Reader

Publication Date: 05-23-2023

Pages: 112

Product Dimensions: 8.60h x 6.20w x 0.40d

Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

Series: Peter Parker & Miles Morales: Spider-Men Double Trouble

Mariko Tamaki's work includes graphic novels (Skim and This One Summer, both with Jillian Tamaki) and young-adult prose (Saving Montgomery Sole and (You) Set Me On Fire). This One Summer received Printz and Caldecott honors, as well as Eisner and Ignatz awards. At Marvel, Tamaki has written Hulk and its successor She-Hulk, bringing Jennifer Walters into the Marvel Legacy era.

New York-native Afro-Latinx writer Vita Ayala graduated from DC Comics' inaugural Talent Development Workshop, soon working on some of the publisher's most famous characters -- including Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Suicide Squad. Their collaboration with artist Emily Pearson on zombie story The Wilds for Black Mask gained Ayala industry-wide attention, including at Marvel, where they demonstrated their talents on books including Shuri and Marvel Knights: 20th. The limited series Age of X-Man: Prisoner X followed, then the ongoing Morbius, and Ayala introduces a new generation of mutants for Dawn of X in Children of the Atom. In addition, they have written comic books featuring such diverse pop-culture icons as Xena: Warrior Princess and James Bond, as well as their critically acclaimed series Livewire for Valiant Comics.

Gurihiru is a Japanese illustration team comprising artists Sasaki and Kawano. They are based in the city of Sapporo, Japan. The pair has worked on several Marvel Comics titles -- including the various Power Pack limited series, Marvel Double Shot, Marvel Age Fantastic Four and Gus Beezer & Spider Man. In addition to drawing A-Babies vs. X-Babies, they also contributed to the Secret Wars: Secret Love one-shot.