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When a pounding Spider-Sense headache leads Spider-Man to the comatose body of his biggest, toughest foe, he realizes that something -- or someone -- can stop the Jugernaut! But who? How? And who are they coming for next? Can Spider-Man find out before it's too late? And will Peter Parker even get to have dinner with Carlie Cooper? Roger Stern and Lee Weeks (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #580) return to unravel the mystery in the first part of the Spider-Man/Juggernaut Trilogy.

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Nothing Can Stop The Juggernaut! Don't believe the hype. 0

"Nothing can stop the Juggernaut!"    A phrase uttered by Cain Marko, on many an occasion.  The cover alone suggests otherwise.    I'll admit, I haven't read Amazing Spider-Man in a few months(since #600), and was afraid to jump into an issue so far removed.  I'm happy to say this wasn't a problem.  The 'Bugle Girl' page recapped recent events perfectly, allowing me to enjoy this issue, worry free.    First off, I loved the art on this issue.  The cover alone makes me want to read this issue.  I...

17 out of 17 found this review helpful.

Nothing Can Stop Me... From Reading This Arc! 0

Wow! Roger Stern returns and what a return it is! I had a hard time getting through this issue without flipping to the last page to discover who or what it was that stopped ol' Cain Marko. And not only is it finally solved on the last page, but another mystery is introduced: Who is the new Captain Universe?! Hard to believe it's been about 300 issues since Cap showed up in Amazing. I'm dying to know who hates Jug-Head enough to wanna kill him, and how this qualifies this mysterious individual to...

17 out of 18 found this review helpful.

But what? Who?! 0

Oookay, first thing first - go & read ASM #229-230. They are free now and Nothing Can Stop the Juggernaut is 100% gorgeous. My only issue with this comics and, well, not even issue, but OMFG-effect was that while I was reading it I REALLY THOUGHT THAT IT WAS ROMITA'S JR. ART. I am not very familiar with the works of Lee Weeks and it was a very, very big surprise for me that it wasn't John Romita actually. Especially it can be seen on the page with all the credits, where Spider-Man is shouti...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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