High Stakes In The Fall of Parker

 

Peter Parker became a global technological industrialist and visionary as the head of Parker Industries. This October, Peter's life comes crashing down in Dan Slott and Stuart Immonen's "The Fall of Parker" as Marvel Comics' Amazing Spider-Man returns to its original numbering as part of Marvel Legacy.

While Otto Octavius was in control of Peter's body, he realized that Peter had the knowledge but not the wherewithal to be the next Bill Gates, the next Steve Jobs, the next Mark Zuckerberg. Parker Industries was founded as a research and development hub, a way of monetizing the equipment that Peter Parker had designed in a lifetime of being Spider-Man, making Peter Manhattan's newest tech millionaire.

But success has never come easy for Peter; his life has been defined by adversity and tragedy. And in "The Fall of Parker," Peter's life, both as one of the world's technological leaders and as Spider-Man, is torn apart as never before. Peter will face new challenges personally and professionally, and he will need to fall back on his wits and the determination that defined him to overcome those challenges.

Dan Slott continues his epic run on Amazing Spider-Man, opening up a new chapter in Peter Parker's life. Joined by Stuart Immonen, no stranger to Spider-Man himself, Slott will take Amazing Spider-Man in a bold, new direction in the wake of Marvel Legacy as the series returns to its original numbering — Amazing Spider-Man #789 — with the first chapter of "The Fall of Parker."

The perfect jumping-on point for new readers as well as a new direction for long-time fans, Dan Slott and Stuart Immonen's Amazing Spider-Man #789 (AUG170779) comes your way this October!

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