This time, we've skipped ahead a few years to 1939 and the New York World's Fair.
This is supposed to be a new era, looking toward a future of scientific advancement and prosperity, but it is also the eve of the Second World War, so there's a sense of impending doom hanging over the whole story.” The second, written by Jason Latour with art from Robbi Rodriguez, will take place in a universe where Gwen Stacy was the one bitten by a radioactive spider and became Spider-Woman.
Latour says that he will explore the differences in Gwen’s approach to being a hero as compared to what we know of Peter Parker.
“Counterbalance all that with what I think is a fun, modern story about a young woman struggling with what she wants out of life,” he says.
“Gwen's in a band, she wants to be an artist -- but how practical is that when suddenly you can lift cars and stick to walls? ” The third issue is a science fiction Spider-Man story that is artist Dustin Weaver's writing debut.