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The old Parker Luck is back! Desperately trying to scrouge up cash to pay the rent and keep his web-spinners recharged, Peter's misfortunes are compounded by the wreckless antics of Overdrive, the nihilistic villainy of Mister Negative and the ominous threat of the high-flying Menace. And just who is the newest super hero in town - the stunning, red-haired Jackpot? The new Spidey Braintrust of writers - Dan Slott (SHE-HULK), Marc Guggenheim (WOLVERINE), Bob Gale (the Back to the Future trilogy) and Zeb Wells (PETER PARKER: SPIDER-MAN) - has loaded up BRAND NEW DAY with all the charm and freewheeling fun of classic Spider-Man, but with a fresh new take on super-hero action and drama. Brought to visual life by a bevy of today's most peerless pencilers - like Steve McNiven (CIVIL WAR), Salvador Larroca (UNCANNY X-MEN) and Phil Jimenez (Infinite Crisis) - the stories of BRAND NEW DAY are restoring AMAZING SPIDER-MAN to a level of consistency and playfulness that can't help but remind readers of the reason they fell in love with the'ol Webhead in the first place! Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #546-551, SPIDER-MAN: SWING SHIFT and material from VENOM SUPER SPECIAL #1


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Remember what fun felt like? 0

Since Amazing Spider-Man used to come out three times a month, and is currently coming out twice, I never added the title to my pull list. Sure, I wanted to, as I'm what's generally known as a "massive Spider-Man nerd'', but I managed to restrain my nerd instincts long enough to consider the financial effects of buying as much as I wanted. And so I waited. And watched people commenting on how good the current writing on Amazing Spider-Man is, and how great the series is. So I finally jumped on t...

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How "reboots" should be done 0

(This is copied over from my comic-related blog Comic POW! On the Entry this is copied from I take a look at how well Volume 1 and Volume 2 fit together as a whole story. See that here)This volume starts out with an introduction to Spider-Man — what’s changed and what’s the same starting with Brand New Day. The result is an interesting mix of retaining the old and starting over. It seems a lot like the status quo of Batman in the new 52 DC Universe. I would actually have preferred to have had a ...

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