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With Great Fashion, There Must Be a SPIDER-GWEN Hoodie

Become the Spider-Woman of Earth-65 with exclusive Spider-Gwen hoodies in the July PREVIEWS catalog. The hooded sweatshirts by Mighty Fine are based on the costume for “Spider-Gwen” Stacy from the explosive 2014 Spider-Man “Spider-verse” crossover event and the new hit series from Marvel Comics. The hoodie is available to pre-order from the July PREVIEWS catalog and is scheduled to arrive in comic book shops exclusively in late September 2015.

The black and white zip-up hoodie features the stunning magenta-and-turquoise printed webbing pattern on the arms and chest, as well as inside the hood, just like in the comics. The PREVIEWS exclusive versions of the hoodies come with Gwen’s white and magenta mask, which tucks neatly into the hoodie. This PREVIEWS exclusive edition of the hoodie is perfect for cosplayers or collectors. The hoodies are available to order from sizes small to XXXL and are scheduled to release only at comic shops on September 30, 2015.

To ensure correct sizing, fans are encouraged to tell their comic shop their desired hoodie size as individual item codes correlate to sizes SM-XXXL.  The hoodies can be ordered only from the July PREVIEWS, which is available in comic shops. Find a comic shop at to pre-order today. 

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