When we last checked in with Dan Slott's epic Spider-Verse event, he had just brought Supaidaman, star of the completely insane Japanese live-action TV show from the '70s, and his giant robot Leopardon into the Marvel Universe. Let's see what's new in — oh my god.
Yes, apparently there is truly no stopping Slott's rampage through Spidey's entire history, as the real Peter Parker and his comic counterparts have apparently just met 1) the Spider-Man from the Broadway musical Turn Off the Dark, 2) the Spider-Man from the classic educational show The Electric Company, 3) and the Spidey from the Sam Raimi movies and 4) the newer Amazing Spider-Man movies, too. And the implication here is that they aren't just actors; these guys are all from different dimensions where they are real Spider-Men! I love it.
But that's not all! A much newer Spider-face has joined the assembly!
The Anarchic Spider-Man! His name is both amazing and sensational. He's already been included as a character in the Spider-Man Unlimited mobile game, where it's revealed his suit is significantly less cool than his adjective:
But "The Anarchic Spider-Man" is so fantastic I'll get over it. In fact, I'd be shocked if he wasn't starring in his own mini-series by the end of 2016.