Marvel Action Spider Man Extra Credit Book One

Author: Sarah Graley
Publisher: IDW Publishing
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Pages : 120
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Welcome to the Oscorp Charter School of Technology, where we accept only the most AMAZING and SPECTACULAR young people and definitely have nothing to hide! School can be tough, especially when you've got a secret--even if that secret is that you're Spider-Man! Gifted with incredible powers, Peter Parker has defended the streets of New York City from all sorts of terrifying criminals, but he's about to discover that the halls of his new school may be even MORE dangerous! With all the mysterious goings-on at the school, can Peter figure out which of his classmates are his real friends, and which have something to hide? And with bizarre new threats around every corner, will he ever have a chance to spend time with his crush... who just happens to hate Spider-Man? What's a young wall-crawler to do? Collects Marvel Action: Spider-Man Volume Three, issues #1-5, from writers Sarah Graley (Minecraft: Volume One, Donut the Destroyer, Glitch) and Stef Purenins (Our Super Adventure) and artist Philip Murphy (The Powerpuff Girls).
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