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SPIDEY'S a villain? NORMAN OSBORN'S a hero? What kind of crazy, mixed-up world is this? Next thing you'll tell us is that black is white and white is black…Or maybe that has something to do with VENOM, MISTER NEGATIVE, and the birth of an all-new Spider Villain! Or would that be an all-new Spider-Hero? Either way, True Believer, this is a 1st appearance you do NOT want to miss!

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CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverKlaus R. Janson, John Romita Jr. and Dean V. White1
2nd2nd PrintingKlaus R. Janson, John Romita Jr. and Dean V. White2
VariantVariantAdi Granov3


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This issue continues what I think is a good run of Brand New Day stories, especially the ones written by Dan Slott.But it raises a lot of questions. How do Venom and Norman Osborn not know that Peter is Spider-Man but have the same histories with him? Also, it seems that Pete remembers that people like Venom and Osborn at one time knew his secret identity. I hope these questions get cleared up. Personally, it may have been better to simply avoid these minute details, but Slott addresses them dir...

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