Spider-Man 2099 (1992) – TPB vol. 02

Synopsis:

Miguel O’Hara, the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man of the year 2099, returns! When Spider-Man clashes with the Public Eye, he finds himself at a disadvantage – but is suddenly saved by the mysterious Thanatos. Has Downtown found a new hero, or does Thanatos have a more sinister agenda? And what is his connection to the mysterious Net Prophet, who arrives in 2099 through a portal from a strange and new universe? When Thanatos reveals his true colors, Spider-Man must battle for survival in a virtual unreality world! Plus: who is Mutagen, and why is he targeting people born with genetic impurities?

Reprints/Collects:

  • 2099 Unlimited (1993) #1
  • 2099 Unlimited (1993) #2
  • 2099 Unlimited (1993) #3
  • Spider-Man 2099 (1992) Annual 01
  • Spider-Man 2099 (1992) #11
  • Spider-Man 2099 (1992) #12
  • Spider-Man 2099 (1992) #13
  • Spider-Man 2099 (1992) #14

Notes:

Back cover art by Chris Wozniak and Tom Smith.

Only includes the Spider-Man 2099 stories from 2099 Unlimited (1993) #1-3.

Writer(s):
Peter Allen David – ‘PAD’
Ian Edginton
Evan Skolnick

Penciller(s):
Malcolm Davis
Tom Grindberg
Rick Leonardi
Ron Lim
Chris Wozniak

Inker(s):
Donald C. ‘Don’ Hudson
Christopher ‘Chris’ Ivy
John Lowe
Jimmy Palmiotti
Al Williamson

Colorist(s):
ColorTek Grafx
Joe Andreani
Steve Buccellato – ‘Bucce’
Robbie Busch
Joe Frontirre
Eva Grindberg
George Roussos – ‘George Bell / T.S. Chu / Sam Kato’
Marie Severin
Tom Smith
Kevin Somers
Kevin M. Tinsley – ‘Stick / Stickman’

Letterer(s):
Jonathan ‘Jon’ Babcock
Stephen “Steve” Dutro
Rod Ollerenshaw – ‘RGO’
Richard ‘Rick’ Parker
Dave Sharpe

Editor(s):
Axel Alonso
Mark D. Beazley
Joey Cavalieri
Jennifer Grünwald
Matthew Morra
Lia M. Pelosi
Nelson Ribeiro
Alex Starbuck
Jeff Youngquist

Cover Artist(s):
Ron Lim
Thomas Mason
Jimmy Palmiotti
Tom Smith
Chris Wozniak

Cover Date: 2013

Cover Price: US $ 29.99

Format: Color; Trade Paperback; 240 pages

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