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Following immediately on the heels of "24/7", Spider-Man's world has become more messed-up and stressful than ever and the fact that his biggest enemy, is in charge of the world...and the only the icing on a really dangerous cake. Now faced with hard choices about family and friendship, Spider-Man knows exactly what he has to do to save the's time to take down Norman Osborn.

Reprints Amazing Spider-Man #595-599 and material from Amazing Spider-Man: Extra! #3.

Bonus material: American Son Sketchbook.


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Stormin' Norman 0

The Story:Spider-Man sneaks into Avengers Tower as Venom to find out what Norman Osborn has planned for his son Harry. Meanwhile, Harry is trying to help his ex-girlfriend Lilly who is pregnant with his child. Spider-Man eventually gets caught and tortured. Father and son collide as a hidden secret is revealed while Spider-Man is caught in the middle of everything. My Thoughts: Writer Joe Kelly jumps on Amazing Spider-Man for this story arc that ties into the "Dark Reign" event. I really enjoyed...

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GN Review -- Spider-Man: American Son / Joe Kelly, Phil Jimenez, 0

Originally posted on my blog, The Comics Cove, not too long ago...I have a lot of pity for Harry Osborn.Seriously, he's got to be one of the most tormented characters in comics. First and foremost, he grew up with Norman Osborn as his father, which I think singlehandedly accounts for all the other terrible things that tend to happen to him. He was the son who was never good enough for his father, causing him to virtually bleed the need for validation from everyone around him, which also led to h...

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