AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #45 – Who Will Die? ‘Sins Rising’ Part One

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #45 hits your local comic book shop on July 29, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview of Nick Spencer’s Sins Rising Part One.

The book is written by Spencer with art by Mark Bagley. John Dell and Andy Owens inked the issue. David Curiel added a dark tone with his colors, and you will read Joe Caramagna’s letter work. Casanovas created the iconic cover to part one.

SIN-EATER is back and New York City is in TROUBLE. Who will the shotgun-toting villain target, and can Spider-Man stand a chance against him?

Tread lightly with this preview

Where does Spencer rank as a Spider-Man writer? Comment below with your thoughts.

Amazing Spider-Man #45 Side Notes:

Stan Lee and Steve Ditko created Peter Parker and Spider-Man with his first appearance in Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962). Amazing Spider-Man #1 hit the newsstand in March back in 1963.

The Sin-Eater aka Stanely Carter was created by writer Peter David and artist Rich Buckler. He first appeared in Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #107 from October 1985. There are several interesting plot points to Sin-Eater’s short-lived run on Spider-Man, with the most interesting being how he’s tied to Venom’s origin. From Wikipedia – The public revelation of the identity of the Sin-Eater as Stanley Carter by Peter Parker was responsible for the ruin of Eddie Brock’s journalistic career, as Brock had published a series of articles on the Sin-Eater in The Daily Globe, based on his interviews with another man who claimed to be the Sin-Eater, Mr. Emil Gregg (“a compulsive confessor”). This led to Brock’s hatred of Peter and eventually to his joining with the alien symbiote Venom.

Matthew Sardo
Matthew Sardo
As the founder of Monkeys Fighting Robots, I'm currently training for my next job as an astronaut cowboy. Reformed hockey goon, comic book store owner, video store clerk, an extra in 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon,' 'Welcome Back Freshman,' and for one special day, I was a Ghostbuster.