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Spider-Man’s Darkest Form Unleashes His Disgusting Powers in New Fan Art

In a great piece of Marvel Comics fan art, the most disgusting Spider-Man variant, Spiders-Man, a being made entirely out of thousands of spiders, shows off his horrifying powers. On his Twitter account, artist George Kambadais showed off his new piece starring the odd spider-hero, beautifully capturing the Spider-Verse hero’s bizarre abilities. Spiders-Man can be seen coming apart as he swings with a bright sky behind him. It’s a beautiful yet frightening image.

The Spider-Verse is filled with different kinds of spider-heroes, with Spider-Man, Spider-Gwen, and Spider-Man Noir being among the most popular. However, the Spider-Verse is also home to some extremely strange and bizarre spider-heroes. From the humanoid-spider Man-Spider to the dinosaur-Spiderman combination hero Arachnosaur, there are plenty of weird creations across Marvel Comics’ Multiverse. However, Spiders-Man from Earth-11580, who appeared in the Spider-Geddon crossover from Christos Gage and Jorge Molina, might be the grossest of them all. Originally, the version of Peter Parker became Spiders-Man after being devoured by a colony of radioactive spiders, as his consciousness became the hive-mind for the arachnids. They formed together to create Spiders-Man, a disgusting hero made entirely from the spiders.

SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY

On his Twitter account, George Kambadais (John Carter of Mars) shared his awesome fan art of Spiders-Man. The Ringo Award-nominated comic artist’s interpretation of the character is both disgusting and beautiful, as the art features the hero with the skyline behind him. Despite the beautiful day, Spiders-Man can be seen coming apart as he swings through the air, as the art shows the spiders that make up his being. The image does a great job showcasing Spiders-Man’s strange powers and existence while giving him a legitimately excellent piece of fan art.

The odd Spider-Verse hero might have a horrifying appearance, but the image shows how cool Spiders-Man can look in action as he strikes a pose while the spiders form around him. It would be a lot of fun to see an artist, like Kambadais, who clearly understands and enjoys drawing the character, tackle a miniseries starring Spiders-Man. His disgusting powers and body could make for a dark, horror adventure or a more light-hearted romp where his abilities are shown in a sillier light. Marvel could really take the hero’s story in any direction.

Seeing Spiders-Man get the Marvel Comics fan art treatment shows that despite playing a small role in the Spider-Verse, the hero’s unorthodox appearance, existence, and powers continue to make him a fan-favorite hero. Hopefully, readers will see more of the character going forward, as the fan art proves readers deserve to see more of the disgusting Spiders-Man in the future.

Source: George Kambadais – Twitter


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Spider-Man’s Darkest Form Unleashes His Disgusting Powers in New Fan Art

In a great piece of Marvel Comics fan art, the most disgusting Spider-Man variant, Spiders-Man, a being made entirely out of thousands of spiders, shows off his horrifying powers. On his Twitter account, artist George Kambadais showed off his new piece starring the odd spider-hero, beautifully capturing the Spider-Verse hero’s bizarre abilities. Spiders-Man can be seen coming apart as he swings with a bright sky behind him. It’s a beautiful yet frightening image.
The Spider-Verse is filled with different kinds of spider-heroes, with Spider-Man, Spider-Gwen, and Spider-Man Noir being among the most popular. However, the Spider-Verse is also home to some extremely strange and bizarre spider-heroes. From the humanoid-spider Man-Spider to the dinosaur-Spiderman combination hero Arachnosaur, there are plenty of weird creations across Marvel Comics’ Multiverse. However, Spiders-Man from Earth-11580, who appeared in the Spider-Geddon crossover from Christos Gage and Jorge Molina, might be the grossest of them all. Originally, the version of Peter Parker became Spiders-Man after being devoured by a colony of radioactive spiders, as his consciousness became the hive-mind for the arachnids. They formed together to create Spiders-Man, a disgusting hero made entirely from the spiders.
SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
On his Twitter account, George Kambadais (John Carter of Mars) shared his awesome fan art of Spiders-Man. The Ringo Award-nominated comic artist’s interpretation of the character is both disgusting and beautiful, as the art features the hero with the skyline behind him. Despite the beautiful day, Spiders-Man can be seen coming apart as he swings through the air, as the art shows the spiders that make up his being. The image does a great job showcasing Spiders-Man’s strange powers and existence while giving him a legitimately excellent piece of fan art.

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Spiders-Man #SpiderMan #SpidersMan pic.twitter.com/p8d2beNPb3
— George Kambadais (@GeorgeKambadais) May 30, 2022

The odd Spider-Verse hero might have a horrifying appearance, but the image shows how cool Spiders-Man can look in action as he strikes a pose while the spiders form around him. It would be a lot of fun to see an artist, like Kambadais, who clearly understands and enjoys drawing the character, tackle a miniseries starring Spiders-Man. His disgusting powers and body could make for a dark, horror adventure or a more light-hearted romp where his abilities are shown in a sillier light. Marvel could really take the hero’s story in any direction.
Seeing Spiders-Man get the Marvel Comics fan art treatment shows that despite playing a small role in the Spider-Verse, the hero’s unorthodox appearance, existence, and powers continue to make him a fan-favorite hero. Hopefully, readers will see more of the character going forward, as the fan art proves readers deserve to see more of the disgusting Spiders-Man in the future.

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Source: George Kambadais – Twitter

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Spider-Man’s Darkest Form Unleashes His Disgusting Powers in New Fan Art

In a great piece of Marvel Comics fan art, the most disgusting Spider-Man variant, Spiders-Man, a being made entirely out of thousands of spiders, shows off his horrifying powers. On his Twitter account, artist George Kambadais showed off his new piece starring the odd spider-hero, beautifully capturing the Spider-Verse hero’s bizarre abilities. Spiders-Man can be seen coming apart as he swings with a bright sky behind him. It’s a beautiful yet frightening image.
The Spider-Verse is filled with different kinds of spider-heroes, with Spider-Man, Spider-Gwen, and Spider-Man Noir being among the most popular. However, the Spider-Verse is also home to some extremely strange and bizarre spider-heroes. From the humanoid-spider Man-Spider to the dinosaur-Spiderman combination hero Arachnosaur, there are plenty of weird creations across Marvel Comics’ Multiverse. However, Spiders-Man from Earth-11580, who appeared in the Spider-Geddon crossover from Christos Gage and Jorge Molina, might be the grossest of them all. Originally, the version of Peter Parker became Spiders-Man after being devoured by a colony of radioactive spiders, as his consciousness became the hive-mind for the arachnids. They formed together to create Spiders-Man, a disgusting hero made entirely from the spiders.
SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
On his Twitter account, George Kambadais (John Carter of Mars) shared his awesome fan art of Spiders-Man. The Ringo Award-nominated comic artist’s interpretation of the character is both disgusting and beautiful, as the art features the hero with the skyline behind him. Despite the beautiful day, Spiders-Man can be seen coming apart as he swings through the air, as the art shows the spiders that make up his being. The image does a great job showcasing Spiders-Man’s strange powers and existence while giving him a legitimately excellent piece of fan art.

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Spiders-Man #SpiderMan #SpidersMan pic.twitter.com/p8d2beNPb3
— George Kambadais (@GeorgeKambadais) May 30, 2022

The odd Spider-Verse hero might have a horrifying appearance, but the image shows how cool Spiders-Man can look in action as he strikes a pose while the spiders form around him. It would be a lot of fun to see an artist, like Kambadais, who clearly understands and enjoys drawing the character, tackle a miniseries starring Spiders-Man. His disgusting powers and body could make for a dark, horror adventure or a more light-hearted romp where his abilities are shown in a sillier light. Marvel could really take the hero’s story in any direction.
Seeing Spiders-Man get the Marvel Comics fan art treatment shows that despite playing a small role in the Spider-Verse, the hero’s unorthodox appearance, existence, and powers continue to make him a fan-favorite hero. Hopefully, readers will see more of the character going forward, as the fan art proves readers deserve to see more of the disgusting Spiders-Man in the future.

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Source: George Kambadais – Twitter

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