I'm not sure which I feel more conflicted about -- that Spidey-clone extraordinaire Ben Reilly is getting his own comic series again as the Scarlet Spider, or the fact that you can see his mouth through the suit and that smile is scary as hell.
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A few weeks ago, Marvel's ongoing Spider-Man event The Clone Conspiracy revealed the identity of the person behind Peter Parker's latest headache -- and it was definitely crazy. But now we have got a taste of just how this familiar face made their way back into the Marvel universe... and it's kind of horrifying?
Marvel's current big Spider-Man arc has seen the rise and return of several deceased characters from Peter Parker's past, both friends and foes alike, thanks to the crazy cloning shenanigans of longtime Spidey villain the Jackal. But the latest twist in the tale is here and... well, it's very much befitting for an event like this.
If there's anything as cliché in comic books as dead characters coming back to life, it's clones -- but good news! The next Spider-Man event series is combining both. The event previously known as Dead No More is, well, no more: It's now called The Clone Conspiracy.