Following the madcap multiversal appeal of 2014’s Spider-Verse, Marvel is bringing back the cavalcade of alternate reality Spiders for 2018’s Spider-Geddon. You know, like Armageddon, except not at all a functional pun.
Fans of Spider-Punk (yes please), SP//dr, and the Spider-Man of Japan (YES) will find all their wild Spider-Man re-imaginings in full force. Spider-Geddon promises to unleash an army of alternate reality Spider-Men (and women!), who must band together in order to fend off their collective extinction. If you like “What Ifs,” or reimaginings of the classic Spider-Man origin story, or just love cross media variations of the Spider-Man character in a calvacade of cool costumes, Spider-Geddon is for you.
Like Spider-Verse before it, Spider-Geddon launches with an “Edge of Spider-Geddon” miniseries, which operates as a “Tales From Alternate Reality Spiders” series of one-off stories. Spider-Geddon proper then begins with Spider-Geddon issue #0, on through its conclusion. You can find a full reading order of collected editions and each individual issue below!
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Collected Spider-Geddon Trades
Spider-Geddon: Edge of Spider-Geddon
Collects: Edge of Spider-Geddon #1 to #4, Superior Octopus #1
Collects: Spider-Geddon #1 to #5, Vault of Spiders #1 to #2
Collects: Spider-Force #1 to #3, Spider-Girls #1 to #3
Spider-Geddon Comics Reading Order
Edge of Spider-Geddon #1 to #4
Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #311
Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #312
Despite publication after Spider-Geddon #3, Spectacular #312 should be read in conjunction with issue #311. This helps make Miles Morales involvement align with the main event issues.
Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider #1
Spider Girls #1 (written by Jody Houser)
Spider-Force #1 (by Christopher Priest with art by Paulo Siqueira)
Vault of Spiders #1
Vault of Spiders #2
Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider #2
Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider #3
Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #313
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Just to avoid people spending a lot of money to read spider geddon #0 , only other last couple of pages tap into to the event,
So this comic is the one that takes place immediately after the very end of the PS4 Spider-Man game and you can easily look up the last couple of pages and it’s where are a certain other spider person a notable one turns up to recruit the video game white chest spider Spider-Man into the event, and he goes through a portal and that’s that there’s only a couple of variants that under $10, if you want it because of there are video game connection then by all means but if you want it for the spider-geddon connection I would personally save your money in look up the last couple of pages.
Spider Force #3 takes place before Spider-Geddon #4
amit ben says
so I bought the 3 collected trades but I see that the reading order has stuff that are not in the collected trades. is this a mistake or?…
when will the full event reach unlimited?
Looks like the last issue of Spider-Geddon (#5) came out mid-December so it won’t be on Unlimited until mid-June.
Is it worth it to get all the comics in the event?
Shouldn’t Vault Of Spiders be around Spidergeddon #1?
Edge of Spidergeddon has events that take place during Spidergeddon issue 3?? Bit of a hashed together issue but enjoyed it none the less
I think this needs to be updated for the reading order of individual issues. When exactly does Superior Octopus take place? Why isn’t there a Spider-Geddon #0 on the list?