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This February may be the shortest month of the year, but this time it's the BIGGEST month for AMAZING SPIDER-MAN! "Awakening" We can't tell you what's in this issue without spoiling the end of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #654. But we can say this: Marcos Martin returns to AMAZING SPIDER-MAN in a full-length 30 page story that will haunt you. As the fallout of recent events continues to rock Peter Parker's world, he makes a choice-- a promise-- that even he might not be able to fulfill...

Note: Dan Slot revealed in an interview that this issue was the one he was most proud of in his whole run on Amazing Spider-Man so far.

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Spider-Man's Has Just a Tiny Bit of Guilt Going On 0

After the death of a character last issue, Spider-Man has his worst nightmare, visits from all the dead in his life.  The Good Last issue we had the surprise death of a supporting cast member. Death isn't anything new to Spider-Man comics and this issue serves to remind us of all the dead in Peter Parker's life. You never really realize just how dangerous it is to be part of his inner circle.   The issue almost has two parts to it. The first deals with the death of the character and the second i...

17 out of 17 found this review helpful.

Review: Amazing Spider-Man #655 0

Following Marla Jameson's funeral, Spidey has a dream which, yet again, probes deep into his sense of guilt and responsibility.  The Good Storytelling is king in this issue and I thoroughly enjoyed the breaking-from-norm techniques used in both sections. Marla's "silent" funeral procession conveyed grief in a much more poignant than any amount of overwrought, sorrowful dialog could and I found the rolling surrealism of the dream sequence to be quite alluring - - especially in the Escher-esque d...

15 out of 16 found this review helpful.

Peter's worst fear is the death of others 0

Cover I love this cover. Usually white backgrounds don’t work but this issue is about death and the red on the cover makes a great cover to deal with an issue about death. Story Jameson’s wife has died and Spider-man thinks about all the people he let died and he swears that he will not let anyone die ever again. Best Part There has been many deaths that Peter had to go through. Seeing all of them in this issue was kind of a good thing for peter. You always have to face your fears sometimes. Pe...

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