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    With time running out, Spidey makes a last ditch effort to save time itself! Can Spidey win this race against the future?



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    Saving the Day, The Spider-Man Way 0

    Spider-Man rushes around New York City in an attempt to stop a devastating explosion that was foresaw in an experimental “Door to Tomorrow”. The Bizarre complications of time travel are demonstrated as well Spider-Man’s trade mark humour in a dire situation.GoodThis is a great issue. Dan Slott manages to up the tension with every page while keeping a fun atmosphere with Spider-Man’s humour mixed with the characters surrounding him. The cliffhanger left in issue 678 is solved in an amusing way, a...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    What's The Cause Of New York's Destruction? 0

    Synopsis: It's a race against time as Spidey tries to prevent the destruction of New York.Wow, I knew that Flag Smasher had nothing to do with destroying New York, but Dan Scott nevertheless makes this a fascinating issue to wonder who or what does.And since Slott hasn't brought attention to the Carlie, Mary Jane conversation a couple of issues back, Spidey seems to be finding romantic tension everywhere. Silver Sable is even eying him (though I seriously doubt that will turn into something). I ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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