And He Strikes Like A Thunderball; The Kid Who Collects Spider-Man last edited by Vlad3008 on 01/11/23 05:22AM View full history

    The Kid Who Collected Spider-Man. This tale of true heroism touches the heart of all who read it.

    This issue has two stories. The first story pits Spider-Man against Thunderball while he also possess Wrecker's crowbar.

    In the secondary story, Spider-Man pays a visit to a 9 year old boy who shows off his massive Spidey collection to his favorite hero. Spidey answers every question the boy has, including revealing his secret identity to him. It all makes sense once you read the final page.

    Note: Ranked #84 in Wizard Magazine's list of "100 Best Single Issue Comics Since You Were Born".


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    The Amazing Spider Man Issue 248 REVIEW 0

    Honestly, very overrated. My friend Recommended this issue to me, saying it was one of the best issues of Spider boy. I read it in full, and by the end I was completely underwhelmed. Why did Spider man reveal his identity to the kid? oh he had cancer? Well he ruined the whole magic behind Spider boy for me. The action between him and Thunderball was underwhelming too. I don't see much to like here, coming from a life long Spider-fan. I'd pick it up for the novelty of it, but I didn't like the s...

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