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The 50th Anniversary issue of the Amazing Spider-Man! A special over-sized issue harkening back to the legend that started it all! Get ready for an all-new tale about a different kind of power and responsibility... During a Mid Town high field trip to a lab. An awkward teen is given amazing powers. But this isn't Spider-Man's origin. A boy named Andy is blasted with rays from an experiment of Peter Parker gone wrong and he becomes very powerful. Now Spider-Man must teach him how to control his new powers.

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Hope I Look That Young at 50 0

I am really happy about this issue and it wasn't disappointing a great Birthday issue for everyone's Friendly Neighbourhood Spider-Man who for being over 50 years old looks very well (that's comics for you, you age really slow). I liked how this issue actually spent half of it starting the new story, I usually feel cheated if there are a lot of small stories as usually ones very good and the rest are pretty mediocre. The other two stories were quite good as well.I have split my review into segme...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Amazing Spider-Man #692 0

Amazing Spider-Man #692This is one of the comics that we have been waiting for. We have been getting teasers about "Who is Alpha?", and if you read the preview, you know that something interesting is inside this book. I have to agree, this is filled with some awesome things. Starts out with a kid (Andy Mcguire) at Midtown High, he isn't smart, he doesn't stand out, he is just an average teen. His parents don't really seem to care for him in the beginning, but other than that he is just a kid, an...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

The Greatest Responsibility 0

This is an amazing turning point in the years of storytelling Dan Slott's been doing with Spider-Man. I'm still not ready to stop repeating myself, I only jumped in around Big Time and already I can see, that what Dan Slott is doing is making Spider-Man GROW. So naturally and so brilliantly. Not just Spider-Man himself, but the entire cast and city around him. But Dan Slott has finally reached the big bang, he's brought Spider-Man's entire 50 year run as a character full circle. Invisible teenag...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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