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Chasm – AKA Ben Reilly is teaming up with a surprise Marvel supervillain

Spider-Man’s newest supervillain, Chasm (aka Ben Reilly) will actually return to threaten Spider-Man after a recent major turn, when he will bring along an amazing ally of the old X-Men villain and join him. .. now her … a conspiracy against a wall crawler.

The surprise team of super villains was revealed in Marvel Comics’ Free Comic Book Day: Spider-Man/Venom Special, which launches in comics stores on May 7th.

But if you plan to stop by your local manga store and read for yourself (and we encourage you to do so), we’ll do what we do…

Free Comic Day: Spoilers for Spider-Man/Venom

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Will Chasm Come to Free Comics Day? (Image credit: Marvel Comics)

Okay, as expected from Marvel’s latest teaser, Chasm-Ben will return with a story called The Dark Web. almost) that he is working with Madelyne Pryor, known as the X-Men villain, the Goblin Queen.

The new partnership was revealed on the final page of the FCBD Spider-Man story Lost in the Mail, created by Amazing Spider-Man creative team Zeb Wells and John Romita Jr.

In most of the short stories, Peter battles the US Postal Service’s street mailbox, which survives as a talking and hungry monster. Peter jokes with the mailbox the classic Spider-Man way and eventually pokes it with a parking meter and puts it back into the regular mailbox. Peter, angry about the damage, tried to explain the scene to the postman who arrived at the scene, but in vain. He added federal property.

Spider-Man/Venom

Spider-Man/Venom (Image Credit: Marvel Comics)

Last minute shows Chasm and the Goblin Queen watching the scene from a nearby rooftop. Ben rejoices at what he sees, and Madeleine hints that the little devil owns the mailbox at her direction, promising that there will be many larger ones desperately wanting to serve. Support her plans for their queen and Peter.

Ben says he and Madelyne (which she calls her name) think they’ll make a great team, and she replies, “Ben…we hope we have a lot in common.”

The similarities, of course, are that they are Jackal and Mr. It is a clone of another superhero created by a mad supervillain scientist named Sinister. Ben is, of course, a clone of Spider-Man and Madelyne from Jean Gray. Both enjoyed the life of their main mate for a while, leading that life into a villain.

New Mutant #25

The Goblin Queen on the cover of New Mutants #25 (Image credit: Marvel Comics)

We’re saying Team-Up is almost out of nowhere, as Marvel cleverly hinted at it just a few months ago.

In Spider-Man #90, on February 23rd, Ben, who was Spider-Man, battles a new villain, the Goblin Queen.

The FCBD story ends with the promise that the story will continue in The Dark Web. But it doesn’t say when or where. And it will be interesting to see if Madelyne will be the only X-Men character to cross over to Spider-Man, or if other mutants will also be drawn into the storyline.

Stay tuned for more information on Chasm and The Dark Web as they become available. Until then, enjoy Free Comics Day 2022.


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Chasm – AKA Ben Reilly is teaming up with a surprise Marvel supervillain

Spider-Man’s newest supervillain Chasm – AKA Ben Reilly after his recent major heel turn will indeed return to menace Spider-Man, and when he does he’s bringing a surprising ally in a long-time X-Men villain to partner in his … now their … plot against the Wall-Crawler.
The surprise supervillain team-up was revealed in Marvel Comics’ Free Comic Book Day: Spider-Man/Venom special released to comic book stores on May 7. 
But in case you’re planning on stopping by your local comics store and reading it yourself (and we suggest you do), we’ll do that thing we do…
Spoilers ahead for Free Comic Book Day: Spider-Man/Venom

Is Chasm coming to Free Comic Book Day? (Image credit: Marvel Comics)
Okay then, as expected per Marvel’s recent teaser, Chasm-Ben will return in a story apparently called ‘The Dark Web,’ but what was newly revealed out of nowhere (well, almost) is that he’s teaming up with Madelyne Pryor, AKA the X-Men villain the GoblIn Queen.
The new partnership was revealed on the final page of the FCBD Spider-Man story ‘Lost in the Mail’ by the Amazing Spider-Man creative team of Zeb Wells and John Romita Jr.
For most of the short story Peter battled a US Postal Service street mailbox come to life as a talking, hungry monster. Trading banter with the mailbox in typical Spider-Man fashion, Peter eventually impales it with a parking meter, reverting it back to a standard mailbox, and Peter is left futilely trying to explain the scene to a Postal Carrier who arrives on the scene angry about the damage he caused to Federal property.

Spider-Man/Venom (Image credit: Marvel Comics)
The final moments reveal Chasm and the Goblin Queen watching the scene from a nearby rooftop, with Ben amused by what he saw, and Madelyne implying a small demon possessed the mailbox at her instruction promising there are many more bigger ones desperate to serve their queen in aid of their plans against Peter.
Ben remarks that he thinks he and Madelyne (calling her by her name) will make a great team, to which she replies, “I should hope so, Ben … we have a lot in common.”
The commonality of course is that they are both clones of other superheroes created by supervillain mad scientists – the Jackal and Mr. Sinister, respectively. Ben is a clone of Spider-Man, of course, and Madelyne of Jean Grey, both of whom for a time enjoyed the life of their main counterparts before it was taken away from them, leading them to villainy.

The Goblin Queen on the cover of New Mutants #25 (Image credit: Marvel Comics)
We say the team-up came almost of nowhere because Marvel cleverly foreshadowed it just a couple of months ago.
In February 23’s Spider-Man #90, Ben, then still Spider-Man, is battling the new villain the Queen Goblin, he quips unimpressed, “Pretty sure the X-Men have a way scarier Goblin Queen.”
The FCBD story ends promising the storyline will continue in ‘The Dark Web’ but does not say when or where. And it will be interesting to see if Madelyne will be the only X-Men character crossing over to Spider-Man or if other mutants will become involved in the storyline as well. 
Look for more information on Chasm and ‘The Dark Web’ when it’s available and until then enjoy Free Comic Book Day 2022. 

#Chasm #AKA #Ben #Reilly #teaming #surprise #Marvel #supervillain

Chasm – AKA Ben Reilly is teaming up with a surprise Marvel supervillain

Spider-Man’s newest supervillain Chasm – AKA Ben Reilly after his recent major heel turn will indeed return to menace Spider-Man, and when he does he’s bringing a surprising ally in a long-time X-Men villain to partner in his … now their … plot against the Wall-Crawler.
The surprise supervillain team-up was revealed in Marvel Comics’ Free Comic Book Day: Spider-Man/Venom special released to comic book stores on May 7. 
But in case you’re planning on stopping by your local comics store and reading it yourself (and we suggest you do), we’ll do that thing we do…
Spoilers ahead for Free Comic Book Day: Spider-Man/Venom

Is Chasm coming to Free Comic Book Day? (Image credit: Marvel Comics)
Okay then, as expected per Marvel’s recent teaser, Chasm-Ben will return in a story apparently called ‘The Dark Web,’ but what was newly revealed out of nowhere (well, almost) is that he’s teaming up with Madelyne Pryor, AKA the X-Men villain the GoblIn Queen.
The new partnership was revealed on the final page of the FCBD Spider-Man story ‘Lost in the Mail’ by the Amazing Spider-Man creative team of Zeb Wells and John Romita Jr.
For most of the short story Peter battled a US Postal Service street mailbox come to life as a talking, hungry monster. Trading banter with the mailbox in typical Spider-Man fashion, Peter eventually impales it with a parking meter, reverting it back to a standard mailbox, and Peter is left futilely trying to explain the scene to a Postal Carrier who arrives on the scene angry about the damage he caused to Federal property.

Spider-Man/Venom (Image credit: Marvel Comics)
The final moments reveal Chasm and the Goblin Queen watching the scene from a nearby rooftop, with Ben amused by what he saw, and Madelyne implying a small demon possessed the mailbox at her instruction promising there are many more bigger ones desperate to serve their queen in aid of their plans against Peter.
Ben remarks that he thinks he and Madelyne (calling her by her name) will make a great team, to which she replies, “I should hope so, Ben … we have a lot in common.”
The commonality of course is that they are both clones of other superheroes created by supervillain mad scientists – the Jackal and Mr. Sinister, respectively. Ben is a clone of Spider-Man, of course, and Madelyne of Jean Grey, both of whom for a time enjoyed the life of their main counterparts before it was taken away from them, leading them to villainy.

The Goblin Queen on the cover of New Mutants #25 (Image credit: Marvel Comics)
We say the team-up came almost of nowhere because Marvel cleverly foreshadowed it just a couple of months ago.
In February 23’s Spider-Man #90, Ben, then still Spider-Man, is battling the new villain the Queen Goblin, he quips unimpressed, “Pretty sure the X-Men have a way scarier Goblin Queen.”
The FCBD story ends promising the storyline will continue in ‘The Dark Web’ but does not say when or where. And it will be interesting to see if Madelyne will be the only X-Men character crossing over to Spider-Man or if other mutants will become involved in the storyline as well. 
Look for more information on Chasm and ‘The Dark Web’ when it’s available and until then enjoy Free Comic Book Day 2022. 

#Chasm #AKA #Ben #Reilly #teaming #surprise #Marvel #supervillain


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