Spider-Man Noir Live-Action Series Will Have ‘The Punisher’ Showrunner

Amazon is about to launch a live-action series based on the Spider-Man universe, great news for fans who enjoyed the dark and intriguing hero. The series, titled “Spider-Man Noir”, is set in 1930s New York, a time of gangsters, corruption and mysteries in the shadows.

Variety and IGN have confirmed that Amazon is producing the live-action Spider-Man Noir series. The series will follow the grizzled superhero as he fights crime in Depression-era Greater New York. We will not have Peter Parker as the protagonist, which adds a touch of originality to the plot.

The producers behind the acclaimed “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” are leading the project. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, along with Oren Uziel, are responsible for developing the series.

Who is Spider-Man Noir?

Created for the Marvel Noir universe by writers David Hine and Fabrice Sapolsky, and illustrators Carmine Di Giandomenico and Marko Djurdjevic, he first appeared in 2009 in a four-issue miniseries. Unlike the Peter Parker we know, Spider-Man Noir is a more brutal and lethal version of the hero.

“He faces the criminal underworld in a dark and hopeless New York, where corruption and violence are bigger monsters than any supervillain. His story is full of intrigue, secrets and a noir atmosphere that engages us from the first page.”

The “Spider-Man Noir” series is Sony’s latest attempt to expand the Spidey universe. In addition to this, Sony is also developing other productions based on characters from this universe.

Spider-Man Noir

Stay tuned for more details!

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