Miles Morales the teen son of an African-American father and Puerto Rican mother who turned into one of the more popular versions of Spiderman in Marvel’s Ultimate Universe, and now, Marvel Comics is bringing Morales back the repercussions of the Secret Wars series. Morales will headline Spider Man when it relaunches this fall.
The relaunched comic will be written by Brian Bendis, and joins the Ms. Marvel, Thor and Captain America comic lines, which have additionally shaken up their main characters’ sex and race lately.
Morales was presented in 2011 in the Ultimate Fallout miniseries, was the main focus in Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man, and has crossed over into the standard Marvel universe on few occasions. Recently, with news that Marvel was joining Spiderman into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there was much theory that it may be Morales, not Peter Parker, that would be acquired. From that point forward, its been made clear that it’ll be Peter Parker that’ll headlining the movies for now.
The enormity of Miles Morales’ place in comic book history didn’t generally hit Bendis, a father who has two children of color among his four youngsters, until recently. His 4-year-old adopted African-American girl discovered a Miles Morales Spidey mask in the toy aisle of a retail establishment, put it on and said, “Look daddy, I’m Spider Man!” he recalls.
The new Spider Man will hit stores this fall.