Web-Weaver: Here’s your first look at Marvel’s first-ever gay Spider-Man

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Marvel has finally revealed new details on its first gay Spider-Man, Web-Weaver. Back in July, the popular comic book company announced that the LGBTQ+ web-slinger was headed to the pages of Edge of Spider-Verse #5.  “Web-Weaver, a not-so-mild mannered fashion designer at Van Dyne, gets spider-powers and shows us a very different kind of Spider-Slayer in a story by Steve Foxe and Kei Zama,” Marvel said in a press release.

While Marvel remained tight lip regarding the character’s back story, they did share a sneak peek into his sickening Mugler and Alexander McQueen-inspired costume.

At the time, co-creator Steve Foxe took to Twitter to open up about the creative process for the LGBTQ+ inclusive character. “Something I realized immediately when conceiving Web-Weaver is that he can’t – and shouldn’t – represent ALL gay men.

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