New Ultimate Spider-Man Is Half-black Half Latino

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Peter Parker is dead and buried, but Spider-Man is still slinging webs and fight crime.

It is not just another teenager in Manhattan, climbing buildings, is a completely new crime-fighter, the color of his costume undertone of the skin.

Morales knows Miles, half black, half Hispanic American teenager who, inspired to do good after Parker's death at the hands of Green Goblin, and takes off his first fight in the pages of Marvel Comics Fallout "Ultimate" No. 4 in comic shops on Wednesday.

Marvel Universe Ultimates footprint, where Parker great divide is alive and well.

The author Brian Michael Bendis, who has written every issue of Marvel Ultimate Spider-Man in his first debuted in 2000 to wide acclaim, and has maintained a new hero will replace Parker, rushed into the pages of "Ultimate Spider-Man "No. 160 this summer.

But it was a closely guarded secret until now.

Bendis said that the decision came down to history, so it remains fresh and lively and new.

Morales, he said, bears no resemblance to its predecessor.

"He is younger than Peter Parker, he comes from a totally different, a different worldview," said Bendis. "This is the death of Peter Parker, who inspires the child to step up. "

Bendis said the decision was made before the actor Donald Glover efforts to be considered for the film Spider-Man next year has gone viral. I talked with Joe Quesada, Marvel's creative director.

"Joe and I talked for a long time - what it was Afro-American, and how it would be interesting," said Bendis.

Later, Glover saw in the television series "Community" means the use of Spider-Man pajamas, and I knew it was coming.

Spider-Man to a black is not an advertising effort is a reflection of a sector in accordance with modern society, said Axel Alonso, editor of Marvel.

"As someone who grew up on a steady diet of 'Luke Cage, Hero for hire' and 'Shang-Chi, Master of Kung Fu," I am personally invested, "he said.

"It was a conscious decision. Here at Marvel, we are proud to reflect the real world in all its diversity," Alonso said, adding that the stories of Morales would be at par with those of Parker.

"Adventures in the coming months Morales' to specify the beginning of the" Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man "in September, illustrated by Sara Pichelli.

Bendis is excited about the opportunities that brought Morales.

"I am now sitting with a group of self-new Spider-Man stories to tell and that the writer may have better news," he said.
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