Defending your 'Quality of Life,' Spider-Man: QoL preview

Tue, May 28th, 2002 at 12:00am PDT

Comic Books
Jonah Weiland, Executive Producer/Publisher

[Spider-Man: Quality of Life #2]A couple of weeks back we saw the release of the first issue of Marvel Comics' "Spider-Man: Quality of Life," a four issues series written by Greg Rucka with digital art by Scott Christian Sava. In February CBR News spoke with Sava at length about the series and the process taken to create each issue. With the first issue now in stores, fans can finally see what all the hard work resulted in.

With the second issue hitting comic book store shelves shortly Sava shared some sample images from issue #2 on his Blue Dream Studios Message Board. Here's the solicitation text from Marvel for "Spider-Man: Quality of Life #2:"

Spider-Man: Quality Of Life No. 2


cover by scott sava


greg rucka (w)/scott sava (a)


THE SCOOP: The world-famous web-slinger faces off against his classic adversary, The Lizard, in a wide-screen action epic written by Greg Rucka (Queen and Country) and digitally illustrated by breakout sensation Scott Sava (The Lab)!


THE STORY: Dr. Curt Connors' attempts to better himself and the world around him only turned him -- literally -- into the monster known as the Lizard! But there are worse monsters out there. Some walk on two legs and hide behind a maze of red tape and bureaucracy. And then there are other still more sinister -- others like the Yith!


THE FORMAT: The second issue of this four-part, monthly mini-series is 32 pages, with ads. Printed on glossy stock paper, with a cardstock cover.


7-59606-05333-9-00111 (MarvelPG) 2.99

Click the images below for a closer look and visit Scott's Message Board for more images from "Spider-Man: Quality of Life #2."

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