Deep into Queens, at 221-50 Horace Harding Expy, curious explorers will be amazed to spot a pretty large wall plastered with Spider-Man comic book pages. Just around the corner, the building's entrance will lead into an awesome, deli-like pop-up commemorating the superhero's 60th anniversary.
The destination, a joint effort between Marvel and retail brand Kith, will be open this weekend only and indirectly functions as a celebration of the neighborhood as well. After all, Queens is both Peter Parker's hometown and Kith founder Ronnie Fieg's.
Inside the space, visitors will get to shop from a new collaborative collection of adults and kids apparel and accessories that showcase the evolution of the iconic character. Also on premise: a custom Spider-Man comic book featuring an original storyline and artwork that includes a cameo by Fieg himself, plus a curated selection of vintage Spider-Man memorabilia up for sale and other non-superhero-inspired convenience store staples (milk! Detergent! Coffee!).
Yes, Kith Treats will also be available for purchase (you're going to want to try the Spider-Bite!).