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Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection: Kraven's Last Hunt (Epic Collection: The Amazing Spider-Man) Paperback – June 20, 2017
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There's probably not a lot I have to say about "Kraven's Last Hunt", if you do any research you'll see how well regarded it is. For me, it was easily the best made, most enjoyable Spider-Man story I've ever read. I couldn't believe how dark and psychological the story and artwork is. Truly a comic book masterpiece in my opinion and pretty much everyone else's who I've ever spoken to.
If you're a comic book fan and/or Spider-Man fan to any degree there's no reason not to get this collection.
Kraven's Last Hunt is the best tale from Spidey's best era (the mid-80s on through Micheline/MacFarlane's introduction of Venom). The story sits at a perfect point in AMS history, with more depth than the comics of Stan Lee's run, but without the convoluted crap of the Clone Saga.
Absolutely loved how thick this collection was. It provided all the background that previous collections didn't (Spider-man vs. Wolverine, part of the Hobgoblin arc, and even the famous wedding in AMS annual #21). When you actually get to the six-issue storyline, there is much more weight behind it, which makes it all the more satisfying to read. I do wish it could have included an older issue with Kraven, perhaps his first appearance, just to familiarize us more with the character. Regardless, both the artwork and writing are fantastic, and it really makes me hope that the upcoming Spider-man films can take inspiration from this era in the comics.
In other news, after all these years, I'd never actually read Web of Spider-Man #29-30 so I was pleasantly pleased with the resolution to the Rose/Hobgoblin story. I can now see why others have said they were a must for inclusion in this Epic Collection volume. They fleshed out and expanded upon plot points in the main Hobgoblin revelation issue, in Amazing Spider-Man #289. Well done, Marvel!