The Amazing Spider-Man #671

    The Amazing Spider-Man » The Amazing Spider-Man #671 - Spider-Island, Part Five: A New Hope released by Marvel on December 12, 2011.

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    Spider-Island, Part Five: A New Hope last edited by abdullah5122 on 11/21/21 05:20AM View full history

    "Spider-Island, Part 5: A New Hope"

    *Now the moment you’ve been dying to see, Tiger! Mary Jane Watson finally spiders-up! Plus a giant battle pitting brother against brother. But let's face it, you just care about that cover!


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    3.8 stars

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    I couldn't think of a clever title for my review.... 0

    Oh #671 you do nothing but amaze me, from the sexy cover to the surprising end. I knew Spider-Island was going to be a great arc but I kind of thought it was going to be a by the numbers predictable story but I'm very happy by the few twists (they've been there) & the unique way this story has unfolded. Dan Slott is really making this a great experience and I enjoy Humberto Ramos' art, his art style really expresses the fun frenetic style of movement Spider-Man has (a sort of controlled chao...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Possible Profound Consequences 0

    I had a feeling I'd like this issue after I saw the MJ pinup on the front cover. Just kidding, but it is fun, semi-innocent cheesecake compared to what DC's been offering recently with their straight up Bat-boning.So this story picks up where the last one left off - MJ FINALLY has Spider-Powers. I'm not sure if they saved her for last so that she can play an important role in this story or so that poor MJ Watson never turns into a spider. Unfortunately, her part of the issue is what caused it to...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    The juggernaut keeps going. Not the Juggernaut, obviously... 0

    Wow, reading this makes me realise how hard it is to write a huge story like this and do it well. The one thing Spider Island has suffered from is that the spin-off storylines are just a little too important to the main story, so that if you haven't been buying Venom, Spider-Woman and so on (like me), things can get a little confusing or seem poorly explained. But the thing Dan Slott has done so well here is to maintain momentum and keep up the wit and spark that make his writing on Spider-Man s...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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