The Amazing Spider-Man #626

    The Amazing Spider-Man » The Amazing Spider-Man #626 - The Sting released by Marvel on May 1, 2010.

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    Hiya, retailers, Fred Van Lente here to tell you we could never let "The Gauntlet" get by without the return of another classic Spider-Man foe...THE SCORPION! She has brand new powers, a new modus operandi, and you won't believe her reason for tangling with Spidey--Hm, what? Yes, we said "she". Why? Who do you think we meant?



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    Great Spidey Comic for a Lapsed Reader 0

    Now, I haven't read any Spider-man since One More Day. Not really as a political protest or any form of special hiatus, just didn't really get around to it. It happens. Anyway, I picked this up on a whim and was pleasantly surprised. I quickly got a decent idea of what had been going on and openly accepted new characters and new takes on old characters without any qualms. The first thing that struck me about this issue, however, is the GORGEOUS artwork. In my humble opinion, Michael Gaydos (whom...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.


    This issue is written by Fred Van Lente and drawn by Michael Gaydos. Gaydos is new to me, but i kind of enjoyed his art in this comic. His art has similarities to Alex Maleev, who by the way is a fantastic artist. This issue starts out with Peter entering his apartment he shares with Michele Gonzales and meets a shady character that Michele is assoaciated with. Micheles friend causes Peters spidey sense to go off so when the guy leaves Peter, as Spider-Man, tails him. And Spidey following Michel...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    The Sting! 0

    Amazing Spider-Man has had a really good run the last couple months with the Gauntlet and with last week's amazing issue I wasn't necessarily looking for this to match it in terms of action and overall effect.  This issue is well written and drawn in the sense that it basically goes in the opposite direction as last week's.  We stop a catch a breather and see what's going on with the whole Peter/Michelle situation, which is a change of pace that was needed for this issue.  Basically Peter walks ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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