The Amazing Spider-Man #36

    The Amazing Spider-Man » The Amazing Spider-Man #36 - "The Black Issue" released by Marvel on December 2001.

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    "The Black Issue" last edited by pikahyper on 06/24/19 06:38PM View full history

    In the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Spider-Man and other heroes stand in shock feeling sorrow in the aftermath of an event they were powerless to stop.


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    Rememberence of Those Lost 0

    By The Angry Comic Book Critic         I think this book shows the one day that we all wished we lived in the world of super heroes that way maybe that in are darkest hour that something more could have been salvage than what was. I myself lived through 9/11 and while I personally didn't lose anyone that tragic day my heart goes out to the people who did it was one of the largest disasters ever to so collectively shock Americans and the World since pearl harbor and in honor of those who survived...

    7 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    In Memory of the victims of the 9/11 attacks 0

    Today is September Eleventh. Eleven years ago that date held no significance but today it is remembered as one of the darkest days in American history. I was fortunate enough not to have any loved ones die in the attack but countless others were not so lucky. Today I pay tribute to the victims of that senseless attack the best way I know how, by reviewing a comic is all Spiderman is able to say after witnessing the world trade center crumbling before his very eyes. He knows th...

    5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Some topics are better left out of comics. 0

    ANSWER THE QUESTION, SPIDEY!The intended purpose of this issue couldn't be clearer in my opinion but that doesn't make it any more tolerable reading such a display of partiality, though selling comics and promoting a particular agenda was put forward. The writers and staff involved obviously knew 9/11 was a sensitive subject and decided to address the issue anyway; it just would have been fair and respectful to be objective. One side was not to blame completely; the other wasn't devoid of fault,...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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