ByMarlon McDonald, writer at Creators.co
Umm... are you going to drink that Skooma?
Marlon McDonald

With the astonishingly awesome news that Spider-Man will be finally swinging into the MCU, hopefully as soon as next year's Captain America: Civil War, tongues have been set wagging with dogged speculation over where Spidey will fit in, will he get that suit and, the big question: who's going to play the web slinging wordsmith?

DAT SUIT.
DAT SUIT.

If you're not in the know about the biggest event in the MCU's diary, in Civil War the members of the Marvel universe were split and set upon one another by comic supremo Mark Millar in a series of seven comic books that dealt with a world where superheroes must either register with the Superhuman Registration Act, due to a series of cataclysmic superhuman related incidents, or face incarceration, or death, as a rogue superhuman.

Supervillain Nitro tips the balance.
Supervillain Nitro tips the balance.

Peter Parker and his amazing alter-ego stand right in the middle of the battle of freedom vs. security and is torn as to which side to take after becoming Stark's right hand man and, later, being witness to some heinous acts from the Pro-Registration team.

Caught in a crossfire.
Caught in a crossfire.

Civil War is a thoroughly entertaining read and I'm sure Marvel and the brothers Russo will completely own the narrative. But what I really want to know is how will Spidey look alongside Iron Man, Captain America and the rest of the super stalwarts...?

The Choice Is Yours

DeviantArt user sahinduezguen has created a set of stunning fan art posters that introduce our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man to the soon to be sour party that is The Avengers.

Have a look will you?!

And here's another great one...

These posters are brilliant and they've succeeded in firing up the stove of excitement in my belly. I cannot wait to see Spider-Man rub shoulders with 'Earth's Mightiest Heroes'!

How about you guys?

(Source: sahinduezguen via DeviantArt)

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