The Amazing Spider-Man #669

    The Amazing Spider-Man » The Amazing Spider-Man #669 - Spider-Island, Part Three: Arachnotopia released by Marvel on November 14, 2011.

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    Spider-Island, Part Three: Arachnotopia last edited by abdullah5122 on 11/21/21 05:19AM View full history


    How can the heroes of NYC hope to contain millions of spider-powered New Yorkers?? Also, a dangerous new role for Venom. And... is that a Six-armed Shocker?! All this plus: one of Spider-Island's biggest mysteries revealed!?


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    "The metamorphosis has begun." 0

    Synopsis: The true nature of the spider epidemic is revealed.What's Good?It's so fun seeing Peter and Carlie mingle in this issue. It's because Carlie is so independent and a cop that she's so close to learning Peter and Spider-Man are one in the same, and all she needs is one more push. Spider-Island is a great story to possibly change their relationship even further, and while I'm on the bandwagon that Mary Jane and Peter should be together (and Black Cat is a fling (speaking of which, where i...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    She's a Detective, buddy! 0

    So Spider-Island continues and everything moves forward.  Reed keeps working on his cure.  J.J.J keeps freakin' out.  Anti-venom keeps curing people.  The main point of this issue seems to be none of this but rather the conflict between Peter and Carlie that's been under the surface at least since May (in real life time) if not longer.  She basically is one smoking gun (metaphorically) from being 100% confident that Peter is Spider-Man.  Sure, it took MJ forever, but Carlie is a top-notch detect...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    No Excuses, Honey, You're A Smart Guy 0

    Spider-Island remains the best event I’ve ever read (admittedly I’ve read very few) because of how ridiculous and over the top it is. Even at its most dramatic, I find myself unable to worry or get too serious about it. I think that’s why Deadly Hands of Kung Fu didn’t work for me. Too self-serious! Thankfully the book is with me on this. Serious may come later on in the arc, but it’s just so chock full of jokes and fun that you can’t help but smile along as you read.Like many Spider-Books befor...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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