The Amazing Spider-Man #625

    The Amazing Spider-Man » The Amazing Spider-Man #625 - Endangered Species released by Marvel on May 1, 2010.

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    Deep within the fires of the gauntlet, it's Rhino vs. Rhino - with Spidey caught in the middle! When the young, teched-out upstart who's taken the Rhino's mantle refuses to leave the original Rhino, Aleski Systevich in peace, he forces Systevich to make a stand...and the tragic results will be felt in Spidey's life for months to come. Witness THE LAST STAND OF THE RHINO!



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    The Rhino Returns 0

    I think this issue is one of, if not my favorite issues of ASM this year.  Both the writing and the artwork are superb in this issue and needless to say after Peter getting fired last issue, I was interested in seeing where this arc would take our friendly neighborhood Spider-man, at least to me, it didn't disappoint.    The issue begins with the "new" Rhino getting word that he has to OK to try to fight the "old" Rhino again.  Meanwhile Peter is on the unemployment line, trying to talk to a fam...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Endangered Species. 0

    It’s a little late to be reviewing Amazing Spider-man Issue #625 but it keeps coming back to me, just how amazing this comic truly is.  The former Rhino Aleksei Sytevich had stood firm in defiance of his self appointed successor’s attempts to goad him back into his old life in issue #617 a great book in itself however Endangered Species stands head and shoulders above many other issues surrounding the Gauntlet for me and I think this is mainly because of the pure dedication of Aleksei’s attempt ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.


    This issue of Amazing Spider-Man is by far my favorite comic in this series since Brand New Day started. The writing and art in this comic is superb. This is written by Joe Kelly and drawn by Max Fiumara. In the beginning of this issue we see Peter in the unemployment line. I didn't think i'd ever see that. Peter's character has def hit a turning point.  He has sacrificed his career, and all to save another man's professional career. But it back fired in Peter's face. So we have him trying to ge...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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