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The origin of the new Vulture! Who is he? Why does he prey on the city's criminals? And what extreme circumstance could possibly make Spider-Man even consider allying with a creature this deadly? The Gauntlet pits Spidey against his most dangerous foe yet!
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Play by Play and getting fired 0

Picking up where the last issue left off Spider-Man finds out that the person attacked by the Vulture wasn't JJJ but a security guard.  Spider-Man quickly knocks the Vulture out of the building and the two fight through the city.  In probably the most entertaining dialogue I've read in a while Spider-Man voices basically a play by play of his fight with the Vulture.  Purely one of the funniest things I've read in a while.  Also the origin of this Vulture is finally revealed, not that shocking, b...

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AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #624 0

"Scavenging" part 2. This is written by Mark Waid and drawn by Paul Azceta. This is a great comic. One of my favorite issues so far in this "Gauntlet" thing. In this we finally find out this Vulture's origin. I thought that was pretty cool. This Vulture is def the most brutal out of all the Vulture's. I mean this dude will eat your face off. Lol. So in this we get a cool fight scene between Spidey and Vultch. One of the coolest fight scenes in "Amazing" in awhile i might add. And Spidey doesn't ...

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