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Young Peter Parker’s been given the power – but does he have what it takes in gritty 1930s New York? There’s only so much a kid like Peter can do against corrupt city politicians and slick gangland bosses. But when he gets unexpected inside info on the Goblin’s dirty dealings, it’s the chance of a lifetime for the Spider-Man to clean up the town!



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Spidey Takes Gotham 0

I don't personally like the idea of Spider-Man being/acting like Batman, but this series has shown me that a Batman style tale can work for Peter. Really well too. To the point that if the actual Batman was more like the Spider-Man version of Batman, I'd read his comics way more often.   (Now that I've upset some Spider-Man and Batman fans, let's start the review.)I mentioned in my review of the first issue that the story here really isn't anything new. But that hasn't bothered me nearly as much...

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