http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/comics/n...striction.htmlDisney has issued an edict ruling that all Marvel superhero content must originate from the US.
The move is expected to have major repercussions for Panini and Marvel UK, who deliver content based on the publisher's catalogue for young readers, reports Bleeding Cool.
Marvel Heroes Magazine has featured work from top creators such as Ferg Handley and Andie Tong, and has competed with Titan's Batman and Rebellion's 2000AD in the news stand market.
As such content is not as widely published in the US, several Marvel titles are expected to be cancelled or overhauled.
Marvel became a subsidiary of Disney in late 2009 following a multi-million dollar deal.
An official announcement of the edict is expected to be made soon.
The UK Spectacular Spider-Man comic is a very unique and fun title which, in addition to telling great stories, had a respect for all corners of the mythology (it even included guest apperances from Mayday) and had a better handle of a "young and single" Spidey than BND has ever provided, maintaining the basics and core essentials of the character. it's a shame to comprehend that it may no longer be able to provide original stories.