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First look at Joe Quesada’s Amazing Spider-Man #700 variant cover

Marvel has revealed Joe Quesada’s variant cover for The Amazing Spider-Man #700, the final issue of the long-running series, which is ending as part of the Marvel NOW! initiative. The issue features a regular cover by Mr. Garcin, and a second sketch variant by Quesada.

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The Amazing Spider-Man #700 will be one of only two Marvel comics on sale Dec. 26, which Diamond Comic Distributors as designated as a skip week because of the holiday. The other is Avenging Spider-Man #15.1, by Chris Yost and Paco Medina, which continues what Marvel is billing as “the must-read story.” See the full Quesada cover below.

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #700 (OCT120626)
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #700 QUESADA VARIANT (OCT120632)
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #700 QUESADA SKETCH VARIANT (SEP128097)
Written by DAN SLOTT
Art by HUMBERTO RAMOS
Cover by MR. GARCIN
Variant Covers by JOE QUESADA
FOC- 11/26/12 On-Sale – 12/26/12

AVENGING SPIDER-MAN #15.1 (OCT120625)
Written by CHRIS YOST
Art by PACO MEDINA
Cover by PAOLO RIVERA
FOC- 11/26/12 On-Sale – 12/26/12

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Yup, that sure is Spider-Man.

Quesada sure loves his Hollywood widescreen aspect ratio. No wonder he couldn’t get away from comic books fast enough.

why are his webs wrapped around his body?….that’s a good way to get tangled, Mr.

@Kenobi:

What a tangled web we weave when first we practice to fly sideways through the city above all the buildings.

That depression in Spider-Man’ s mask…..Peter Parker is to be replaced by Arseface.

Say what you will about the man’s creative decisions/business practices, but he can still rock the shit out of a pen and paper.

I always love seeing new Quesada art

There’s no complaining about his art, that’s for sure.

Reminds me of his variant cover for Fantastic Four #587 with Johnny Storm, quite fitting for him to draw these two superhero best buds.

At least he drew Spidey’s eyes as something other than tiny, squinty, off model triangles for a change.

“Quesada sure loves his Hollywood widescreen aspect ratio. No wonder he couldn’t get away from comic books fast enough.”

I… have no words…

Quesada is an amazing artist. People always have some weird issue with his art, but IMO, he’s one of the very best. He rocks it outta the park everytime for me.

Anyone that has a problem with Quesada’s Art should pick up a issue of Wolverine: Origins #1.

Uhm, he’s kinda tangled….and upside down. WTF?

It’s cool that he drew that, but it’s so overdone and disorienting that I want to put in in a paper bag with poop and send it back.

Something about the way his webs are wrapped around him makes me think the good Mr. Quesada might be feeling a bit nostalgic for Ash.

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