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In the wake of going head to head with Kingpin in May’s GIANT-SIZE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: KING’S RANSOM #1, Peter Parker will next find himself deep in THE CHAMELEON CONSPIRACY, a new storyline launching in June’s AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #67. The arc will run through AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #69 and will conclude in a giant-sized finale issue: GIANT-SIZE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: CHAMELEON CONSPIRACY #1!

The latest in writer Nick Spencer’s high-octane saga on Amazing Spider-Man, THE CHAMELEON CONSPIRACY will have the classic shapeshifting menace Chameleon making the biggest play of his super villain career. To get to the bottom of what Chameleon is orchestrating, Spider-Man will be team up with his superspy sister, Teresa Parker, as they face off against an anarchic alliance of Chameleon, The Foreigner, Chance, and Jack O’ Lantern. Spencer and artists Marcelo Ferreira and Carlos Gomez will unfurl a revelatory, unpredictable tale that fans dare not miss!

Check out the covers by superstar artist Mark Bagley below and discover the secrets of the CHAMELESON CONRPSIRACY this June!

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #67
Written by NICK SPENCER
Art by MARCELO FERREIRA
Cover by MARK BAGLEY
On Sale 6/2

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #68
Written by NICK SPENCER
Art by MARCELO FERREIRA
Cover by MARK BAGLEY
On Sale 6/9

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #69
Written by NICK SPENCER
Art by MARCELO FERREIRA
Cover by MARK BAGLEY
On Sale 6/23

GIANT-SIZE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: CHAMELEON CONSPIRACY #1
Written by NICK SPENCER
Art by CARLOS GOMEZ
Cover by MARK BAGLEY
On Sale 6/30

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9 minutes ago, leokearon said:

Nice to see Teresa back. Though what is so important about the resolutions of these stories that can't be done in a regular issue

because people who initially wrote them have either moved on or the comic ended. Some fans want a resolution to those storylines as they were intent but at the same time not interrupting other main series stories. 

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13 minutes ago, tarot said:

because people who initially wrote them have either moved on or the comic ended. Some fans want a resolution to those storylines as they were intent but at the same time not interrupting other main series stories. 

But Nick Spencer started these stories (same with the Kingpin one) and is writing these and they are immediately following on from the issues that are dealing with the story so giving the conclusion a special one-shot makes no sense

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1 hour ago, Sidewinder said:

Peter Parker has a sister?  I guess you learn something new every day.

Peter having a sister is not something new. During the Sinister Six trilogy novels (which before anyone said it are canonical), it was revealed that his parents may have been expecting a child during their spies day. It was hinted that a new character, Pity, was that but that was later dismissed. 

Even Theresa's introduction follow nearly the same background, except she was the older sibling. It was dismissed as a part of Kingpin's manipulations but it was later said that he was lying. The series ended before we found out the full truth. 

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13 minutes ago, tarot said:

Peter having a sister is not something new. During the Sinister Six trilogy novels (which before anyone said it are canonical), it was revealed that his parents may have been expecting a child during their spies day. It was hinted that a new character, Pity, was that but that was later dismissed. 

Even Theresa's introduction follow nearly the same background, except she was the older sibling. It was dismissed as a part of Kingpin's manipulations but it was later said that he was lying. The series ended before we found out the full truth. 

Teresa is the younger sibling. Also her parentage was all but confirmed during Chip Zdarsky's Spectacular Spider-Man run

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Not a fan of Peter having sister, imo from what I read it doesn't add much or make anything better. I'm kinda positive on Spencer, because he's trying to be faithful to Spider-Man roots and past comic book storylines, but sad he somehow ignores horrendous sins past and also mentions it, but his storylines are way too decompressed and unnecessarily stretched and wordy, which is generally the main issue of modern comics in general.

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4 hours ago, tarot said:

Peter having a sister is not something new. During the Sinister Six trilogy novels (which before anyone said it are canonical), it was revealed that his parents may have been expecting a child during their spies day. It was hinted that a new character, Pity, was that but that was later dismissed. 

Even Theresa's introduction follow nearly the same background, except she was the older sibling. It was dismissed as a part of Kingpin's manipulations but it was later said that he was lying. The series ended before we found out the full truth. 

 

4 hours ago, leokearon said:

Teresa is the younger sibling. Also her parentage was all but confirmed during Chip Zdarsky's Spectacular Spider-Man run

Thanks for the info. I’ve been reading up on her today.  Somehow this character just completely blew past me.  Obviously I’ve not read Spider-Man regularly in many years, but I thought I Had kept up with the big news over the years. Makes me wonder what other things I’ve missed. 

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On 3/9/2021 at 7:43 AM, Sidewinder said:

Peter Parker has a sister?  I guess you learn something new every day.

Not really new, but certainly contrived nonsense they came up with about 10 (?) years ago. Its not surprising you weren't aware of it ( I happened to stumble on it myself only a few years or so ago) seeing as how they just sprang it on the readers and then let it wither. With all the universal reboots and rebirths of the Marvel universe, looks like this one managed to stick, at least for these particular writers. By the way, she's a cool super spy. Oh and she has a set of wings. Because Of Course. 

Obviously this isn't something that entertains me at all. Really, the long-lost sibling/clone/relative out of the blue trick is just another sign of poor writing and imagination. Its supposed to be mind blowing and really get your interest up.

GASP! When Peter was bitten by that radioactive spider, guess what!! Another kid was bitten too! And she got powers too! But you didn't hear about it 'cause she was locked away. WOW! Tony Stark was actually ADOPTED by a man who looks exactly like him and has his same intellect and charm.

Come on, Marvel. You can do better than this. I dropped reading Spider-Man some time ago, but look in now and again to see if something will pull me back. Oh well, not my cup of tea but maybe for fans of this storyline, some issues will get resolved. Closure is always a good thing.

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