The Amazing Spider-Man

The Amazing Spider-Man

The Fantastic Spider-Man

Graphic Novel - 2011 | Marvel premiere ed.
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The Sinister Six vs. Spider-Man and the FF - and by FF, we mean the entire Future Foundation! Know what's not a good place for children, even super-powered kids? A full-scale battle with the world's deadliest super villains! It's not "Bring Your Kids to Work" Day, it's not a field trip, and it's definitely not a game! This is a high-stakes battle, and there's no way it will end well. Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #658-662.
Publisher: New York : Marvel Worldwide, Inc., 2011.
Edition: Marvel premiere ed.
ISBN: 9780785151067
Branch Call Number: TEEN AMAZING
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Alternative Title: Fantastic Spider-Man


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Jul 20, 2012

A good volume by Slott and company, mostly featuring Spider-Man as a member of the Future Foundation. His interactions with both the members of the former Fantastic Four and a long time Avenger in the book are done nicely in character, and the art is thankfully free of the presence of Humberto Ramos this time out, as Ramos tends to be a horrific, bad artist. It seems that the more Slott writes away from the atrocious storyline that deleted the Parker marriage years ago (all thanks to the Editor In Chief's loathing of redheads and commitment), the better it is for the character. The story features Spidey and the FF tangling with Psycho-Man and the Sinister Six, among others, and Spidey as an instructor at the Avengers Academy. There are a number of backup stories as well, the best of which teams the character up with Ghost Rider.


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