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With the bite of a fateful spider, Peter Parker finally got the power to go up against the rotten gangland of Depression-era New York…the insidious, far-reaching, unstoppable crime machine that killed his beloved Uncle Ben…but will it kill him as well? Spider-Man’s brash confrontation with Norman Osborn, the slick gangster nicknamed the Goblin, may be his final heroic act!



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Spider-man's a badass!!! 0

I was shocked to see Spiderman in a 1930's era with Osborn running the city. I later ealized it was a alternate universe, which makes sense. Rather than the usual Red and Blue, Spider-Man dons a black mask, gloves, and trenchcoat (not the symbiote nor the none-living black costume) which I thought he looks really cool. After he save Aunt May from Toomes (who was upset that he shot and killed an unarmed man and doesn't want to live in a place where violents is necessary) he finds Osborn who has J...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Itchy Trigger Finger 0

I'm not sure I want to get used to the idea of Spider-Man using a gun. I mean, I know this is a different reality than his primary incarnation and the story is dark and gritty and all that, but…dang. The image of Spider-Man straight up murdering someone just doesn't sit well with me. Granted, his actions aren't glorified in any way (in fact, the opposite happens), but still.Despite all that, I think I can review this issue with objectivity.The story is brought to a close here and all the loose e...

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