Saturday, January 10

When The Web Head Meats The New Head of State - Amazing Spider-Man # 583 A Special Inauguration Day Edition!

Comics has the capability to immortalized special momentous events such as the inauguration of the 44th President of the United States of America Barack Obama. Marvel comics is the leading comics publishing institution on the planet that had successfully pulled this and still is doing so with their upcoming release of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #583 SPECIAL INAUGURATION DAY EDITION! on January 14, 2009.

amazing spider-man 583 spidey meets obama


The Marvel Variant Edition 583 is written by Zeb Wells with art by Todd Nauck and Frank D'Armata. When Marvel's Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada heard that soon-to be inaugurated President Barack Obama is am enthusiast and collector of Spider-Man comics they immediately planned that the two historic icons should meet together...Marvel Universe style.

Spidey meets Obama

Obama with Spider-man

Spoilers Alert: The story takes place in Washington, D.C. on the Inauguration Day, as one of Spider-Man's oldest foes attempts to hinder the swearing of the 44th President of the United States. ***Spoilers End***
Of course we all know what would happen right? .... But aren't you curious on how will it all play in the special issue?

Chameleon failed attempt at Barack Obama

CNN Reports on the latest Marvel release of the "Spidey Meets Obama" Special Edition and interviews Marvel's Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada for what and why feature Obama on the cover of Spider-man, and political analyst on what would be the implication of being featured in various magazine covers... and now a comics. See a segment of the CNN report here:

CNN Reports on Amazing Spider-Man 583 Spider-Man Meets Obama

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Web head meets Head of State

Grab a Copy of a Special Amazing Spider-Man Edition with Barack Obama at $ 3.99 but would cost at around $50 at E-Bay at the same day it is release, an instant collectors edition


MARVEL's "Spidey Meets The President!"
USA TODAY "Obama, Spider-Man on the same comic-book page"