The identity of this individual is given in this story and the character is very interesting and entertaining.
It's very pleasing to see good stories created with this premisse of Peter Parker finally getting into a Big Time in his life; Dan Slott made a good work with that.
This is a nice collection for any fan of Spider-Man, especially if you need to catch up or just want a nice reading copy.
art is tasteful, the jokes are witty, and the storyline puts me right back into the game. I have been away from the Spider-Man storyline for quite some time so this helps me get... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ralph Amey
I thought the artwork was great and I've always been a huge spider-man fan but being out of the series for a while I found some of it a little hard to follow like for instance,... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ninjaunderoos
Spider-Man has it good. He is working with the Avengers. Peter has a high paying dream job. He has a new girlfriend and a new apartment. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Guy with Beard
Dan Slott can really write this character. Only down side is the art which is what I think of as 'American Manga' and not to my liking. Didn't inhibit the story telling though.Published 10 months ago by R. Dickson
It's too hard to enjoy when you can only enlarge one frame at a time. Please fix that. Not enjoyable.Published 10 months ago by Boofer 1
I am a an old Stan Lee and Steve Ditko fan. The quirkiness of the art and the old Peter Parker personality of the 60's was found in this BIG TIME book. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Carlo P.
This is a good Spiderman book. Not the best I must say, but a lot of things are right.
The hobgoblin is portrayed rather deftly. Read more
This trade collects Amazing Spider-Man issues # 648-651.
I've been slowly making my way through post Brand New Day Spider-Man (focusing on Slott and Waid's... Read more