ADVANCED TICKETS ON SALE NOW FOR MARVEL’S SPIDER-MAN: BEYOND AMAZING – THE EXHIBITION AT COMIC-CON MUSEUM SUMMER OF 2022
An Exclusive Installation Commemorating Spider-Man’s 60th Anniversary Set to Premiere at San Diego’s Comic-Con Museum on July 1
SAN DIEGO, June 22, 2022 — Marvel’s Spider-Man: Beyond Amazing – The Exhibition will be a new significant installation at the Comic-Con Museum celebrating Marvel’s friendly neighborhood Super Hero’s 60th anniversary. The installation will debut on July 1st with advanced tickets on sale now from Fever.
Spider-Man: Beyond Amazing —The Exhibition invites visitors to explore interactive installations, discover an extensive collection of priceless Marvel artifacts from the past six decades, including original comic art, animation materials, and film production elements celebrating the web-slinger’s rich legacy. They will learn about the many creators who have contributed to the Spider-Man mythos and get a look into the future of the world’s favorite super hero.
In an effort to reduce the possibility of having to wait in long lines, Comic-Con Museum and Fever have initiated a timed ticketing system that will allow a limited number of visitors into the Museum at particular times. This will have the added benefit of preventing overcrowding and allowing visitors to view all the Museum has to offer in a more relaxed atmosphere.
Tickets are first come first served and only a select number are available each day. Please visit beyondamazingexhibition.com for the latest ticketing information.
Spider-Man: Beyond Amazing – The Exhibition will remain on display through the end of the year, with tie-in programming and other special events planned to take place throughout the run. For more information, please visit marvel.com and comic-conmuseum.org.
With purchase of admission, guests can see all the museum’s exhibits, including:
- “PAC-MAN Arcade” – PAC-MAN, a neon-lit arcade room featuring one of the most recognized images on the planet, including arcade games, artwork and memorabilia.
- “Dave Stevens and the Rocketeer: Art for Arf’ Sake” – In addition to over 40 original covers and pages from The Rocketeer, this one-of-a-kind exhibit will also feature Stevens’ early works, his artwork for Comic-Con, animation storyboards, and other uniquely designed props and pieces.
- “Eight Decades of Archie” – a unique exhibition that explores hundreds of artifacts including vintage comic books, animation production materials, priceless pieces of original art and pieces from the WB’s popular “Riverdale” series.
- A Sneak Preview of “Hemingway in the Comics” – Ernest Hemingway an artist and a pop culture icon through the lens of comics.
The Comic-Con Museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., with the last entry at 5 p.m. Standard admission, including “Spider-Man: Beyond Amazing – The Exhibition,” (adults ages 18+) is $30; children (ages 4-12) are $18; seniors (65+), students (13-17) and military are $24; and group bundles for 10 or more are $25 per ticket. Tickets can be purchased in advance through Fever: beyondamazingexhibition.com.
The Comic-Con Museum will also honor the world’s favorite web-slinging Super Hero as the fourth inductee into its Museum Character Hall of Fame at “Night at the Comic-Con Museum” – a special event that will take place on Comic-Con’s Preview Night, July 20, 2022. The event will include access to the exhibit as well as live entertainment, special guests, food and drink. On July 20, Spider-Man will be recognized for his impact on pop culture. With the generous support and participation of Marvel Entertainment, the event will celebrate the 60th anniversary of Spider-Man. Tickets for the special Hall of Fame event can be purchased at comic-con.museum/night.https://www.firstcomicsnews.com/advanced-tickets-on-sale-now-for-marvels-spider-man-beyond-amazing-the-exhibition-at-comic-con-museum-summer-of-2022/https://www.firstcomicsnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Amazing-Spider-Man-Logo-600x253.pnghttps://www.firstcomicsnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Amazing-Spider-Man-Logo-150x63.pngNews