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Amazing Spider-man #700 Final Issue (Amazing Spider-man) Hardcover – 2012

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 104 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel Comics; 1st edition (2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785167463
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785167464
  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 0.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #859,241 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Not much to tell, great story comes to an "End". As fan of spider-man it's worth it to get this issue. Not for re-sale or investment, just for the pleasure of have it. My collection of comics got a great new amazing friend.
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I am amazed at the longevity of my favorite icons, and I would be very offended if this novel is indeed a tombstone for a beloved character.
I suspect not, but future issues will surely unravel fans' questions/concerns.
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Need you say anymore? As a child, I would walk to the little corner grocery store down from my Grandmother's house to go buy the latest issue, so I had to have the last one in the series, and it does not disappoint! I guess if all good things must come to an end, then the previous 699 issues were well worth it, and so if the finale!
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I couldn't believe the Spiderman comic was ending and I had to have the last issue. It was packaged and shipped quickly and was protected from damage. It arrived in perfect condition
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By Joedonodis on October 26, 2013
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I made mistake by not remembering when this issue was released. I looked at pretty much all the comic book stores in town within the 30 mile radius, and I could not find one copy. When this was shipped, it was still in the original plastic with all the inserts (digital copy card, etc.).

It's worth the money if you're a comic book fan.
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I have not read Amazing Spiderman since I was kid, and when I heard the end of Peter Parker and the final issue of Amazing Spiderman, I had to read it expecting great things and the most Climatic ending of killing off one of Marvel's iconic characters as well as one of its longest running series.
After reading one pane then the next, then one page to the next, sheer anger and dissapointment began to take over.
How could Stan Lee allow this unimaginative garbage to happen to Peter and this wonderful long running series?!
All things must come to end, but like this?! Really?! This was extremely dissappointing. I was expecting at least a climatic heartfelt story, something with substance, but what I got was .... I dont know... Unimaginative? butchering? Thought of by a 5 year old?
It was like he (Dan Slott) wanted so badly to start the Superior Spiderman series that he just butchered what could have been the most iconic ending ever to just to be rid of it and move on....Disappointing...
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The issue opens with Dr. Octopus in Peter Parker's body and Peter Parker in Doc Ock's dying body as the result of a mind swap that took place some issues before. Being in each other's body, they somehow have all of the other's memories so that there's no confusion about important things such as Mary Jane and Peter are married and Dr. Octopus teamed up with the Scorpion and Hydro Man recently. So Peter has very little time to get back into his own body before Ock's body dies with peter's mind in it. As Spider-Man, Ock gathers all of Peter's loved ones and gets them all into a room together and plans to kill them after he lets Peter die. At some point while "Spider-Man" and "Doc Ock" are fighting, Peter realizes that penetrating Ock's mind with memories of painful moments from his past affects him in a strange way. So by the end of it all, Peter has shown Ock memories of the deaths of Uncle Ben, Gwen Stacy, and other important characters in his life. After asking him why he continues to be Spider-Man after all the heartache, Peter tells Ock that it is his responsibility to protect the innocent. It is Peter's dying wish that Ock use Spider-Man's powers for the greater good and always serve justice and fight crime. The comic ends with ock vowing to be a better Spider-Man than Peter ever was, thus leading into the new Spider-Man story, SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN. Peter Parker is dead, Dr. Octopus lives in Peter's body, and he is going to be the new Spider-Man......how did Stan Lee possibly allow this story to be published? There's also faulty advertising. Before this was published, articles said on the internet that it was supposed to be 104 pages long. But no, only the actual story is 50 pages long. The other 54 pages are just a couple of pointless alternate stories.Read more ›
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Nice big comic more than half of it is the main story and a follow up that makes little sense of Spiderman in his twilight years. The twist ending sets up the superior spiderman which my just be the stupidest thing in comic books since Superman had a negative and positive. (Spoilers) They leave a thousand outs to bring back the dead character and preserve also the the hanged villain who will likely also resurface. (end spoilers)

This is clearly meant to make every one buy Superior Spiderman #1 for all the unanswered questions. U quit reading Spiderman after #400 after having read ASM since #250, clearly I made the right choice.
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