The Amazing Spider-Man #657

    The Amazing Spider-Man » The Amazing Spider-Man #657 - Torch Song released by Marvel on May 1, 2011.

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    Following up on the shocking ending to February’s issue of FANTASTIC FOUR, SPIDER-MAN visits the FF for a very private wake—just for family.



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    We are not friends, We are family 0

     Cover This was a great cover. Spidey and Johnny were the best of friends and I knew that Amazing Spider-man was going to have to pay tribute to that friendship. I am very glad that they did. Story Spider-man and the Fantastic Four share memories of Johnny. Best Part I love the friendship between Johnny and Peter and I am glad that they reflected on their friendship in this issue. There are some friendships that are just friends and then there are some friendships that you become fami...

    11 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    Outstanding Story, Too Many Artists... 0

    Cover:    To the point and very fitting.  It's a remembrance issue, dedicated to Johnny Storm.  The colors are nice and very fitting as well.  It just has this very nostalgic feel to it, so it's definitely an awesome cover.  The Good:   Pretty much the whole issue is full of great moments.  The first panel is very nostalgic and pretty neat.  I found it a nice touch of them sitting around telling tales they remember with Johnny.  It certainly highlights the great relationships each member of th...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    An Amazing Addition To A Fantastic Family 0

    THE BASICSSpider-Man drops into the Baxter building and reminisces about his past with Johnny with what's left of the Fantastic Four.MY COMPLIMENTS TO THE CHEFI loved the multiple artist angle this issue used. While Marcos Martin handles the artwork for the present day storyline, Ty Templeton, Nuno Plati and Stefano Caselli (Woo!) all handle different stories told by the remaining members of the Fantastic Four. I like this for two reason: (1) It's a chance to experience great work from multiple ...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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