Last month, Marvel teased an upcoming Spider-Man comic book event titled Spider-Men that will feature Peter Parker meeting an alternate version of the Web Head. Now the company has revealed that the other Spider-Man in the book will be none other than Miles Morales, the Ultimate Spider-Man. This meeting between the two separate universes has been a fan’s dream for over a decade now, and Marvel is making it a reality this June in this miniseries written by Brian Michael Bendis and illustrated by Sara Pichelli.

In a press release from the company, Bendis said, “This year is the 50th anniversary of Spider-Man and we’re so happy that the stars aligned for us to tell a Spider-Man story that nobody has ever seen before.” He continued, “It’s an honor and a privilege to present both this story and these characters to fans on such an auspicious occasion. The work Sara has done on Spider-Men is a step above the already high standard that she has set for herself on our Ultimate Comics Spider-Man series. For me, this is a celebration of the best character in mainstream comics and some of the best art mainstream comics has to offer.”

"Knowing how much Brian loves and respects Spider-Man, there’s no way I wouldn’t want to work on Spider-Men with him,” said Sara Pichelli. “It’s going to be an explosive celebration of Spider-Man’s 50th anniversary—are you ready?”

The press release also gave a short synopsis of the series as well: When Spider-Man tracks down one of his deadliest villains, he suddenly finds himself thrust into another world where Peter Parker is dead…and there’s a new Spider-Man in town. As these two heroes learn the truth about their identities and their universes, they’ll embark on a journey that’ll leave them forever changed—and reveal a startling truth about a key player in the Spider-Man mythos!

Each issue of Spider-Men features variant covers by some of the biggest names in comics including Humberto Ramos (Amazing Spider-Man), Mike Deodato (New Avengers), Marcos Martin (Amazing Spider-Man), Terry Dodson (Avenging Spider-Man), Travis Charest (Captain America) and Sara Pichelli.

Between Spider-Men coming out this June, The Amazing Spider-Man hitting theaters this July, and the character’s 50th anniversary officially beginning in August, this is the summer of Spider-Man. So be on the lookout for more art and information from this highly-anticipated miniseries in the near future.