Review: Amazing Spider-Man #632
"beautiful cover art. and an excellent review G-Man "
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I haven't gotten my books yet, but I do agree that this storyline has done wonders for The Lizard. Can't wait to see this, curse you for getting me excited!!! :P
"excellent review G-Man "You figured out I was Gman? But how?
" Wow It's so strange to see an Amazing Spider-Man Issue to be anyone's pick of the week! I will totally get this! "
I'm not even the biggest S.M. fan, but this issue was so much fun, and the thing is, there were tons of other great books this week too!
hahaha, I am so used to typing G-Man that my mind automatically typed the words lol. sorry ego.
" @Caligula said:"excellent review G-Man "You figured out I was Gman? But how?
@sora_thekey said:" Wow It's so strange to see an Amazing Spider-Man Issue to be anyone's pick of the week! I will totally get this! "I'm not even the biggest S.M. fan, but this issue was so much fun, and the thing is, there were tons of other great books this week too! "
It was a great review still.
I'd give it a 3.5, maybe a 4/5. Bachalo's really winning me over, but I'm still not a huge fan of Rios' fill-in art. Going from bug-eyed Spidey to early 70's-eyed Spidey takes me out of it for a second.
BTW, I would sooooooooo watch "Dancing with the Ex-Avengers."
Without any rants, I honestly dislike how Marvel tries to become artistic with some of their comics, I do see the artistic in this comic, but myself and possibly others feel that it wasn't necessary. Mostly those who grew up reading Marvel like I did.
I know what this comic was trying to do, and in a way some fans got it and some didn't. It tried to take a Mcfarlane approach, but it actually became difficult to make out what I was reading or looking at.
Some or many Marvel fans like the art to be basic and original instead of detailed and artistic, so I agree with you on that phrase
But yeah, not to purposely downsize this comic, I would get the Thanos issue because it was very satisfying to read out of the whole batch of comics I got today.
" @MTHarman: I'm actually a huge fan of the art on the first 16 pages. I really like seeing artists break the mold and get away from the cookie cutter madness you see with a lot of books. Even if the art isn't extremely detailed, and looks more cartoony than anything else, as long as it conveys the message the writer is putting out there, and doesn't annoy me, I can put up with it. But there's just something about Bachalo's panel composition and line structure that I personally really love. "
I honestly careless about artwork, im more into the storylines and being able to understand it easily. But as I read through the 16 pages I tried to make out what was happening and it was becoming difficult to put both artwork and storyline together which really got confusing. Maybe for a different title, but to have this happen in a successful title like Amazing Spiderman was very risky for Marvel.
Artwork was good, and storyline was good, but I felt it didn't mix in the Shed storyline.
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