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4.21 stars 4.21/5 Stars Average score of 7 user reviews

Some Continuity Would be nice. 0

So in this issue we start off with another re-cap of what's happening in Peter's life. Horizon labs, feeling good about new york city, and just another one of those days where he's feeling great and ready to go to work and not have to deal with any baddies for a while. I like the idea of Parker luck and everything turning sour like it always does in a few hours, but I wish the issues would stop with the same introduction we always see. Too many issue's are feeling like .1 jumping on points.The n...

2 out of 7 found this review helpful.

A Great Issue For New Readers 0

Peter Parker expected a normal day at Horizon Labs, what he didn’t expect was a colleague’s invention of a literal door to tomorrow. Only disaster can follow with an invention like that right? Right! And Your Friendly Neighbourhood Spider-Man has to fix what he has broken on an very tight time limit.GoodAs someone who hasn’t read ASM for quite a long time, this was a great issue to jump on the series. This is a great story that deals with the always complicated nature of time travel. It manages ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Amazing Spider-Man # 678 0

Gotta commend the flag ship title, it’s been on fire since issue # 648. It so seems that Peter Parker secret indentity is becoming more compromised. From what we learned back on Spider Island is that when Peter Parker came on TV and revealed he had Spider Powers it undid Dr. Strange spell to keep his secret safe. Peter Parker broke that spell so now it will be a matter of time before other people will figure it out. In this issue Peter Parker has a lot on his plate with saving the city. It’s up ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Jeez Peter, what did you do?! 0

Synopsis: Can Spidey save New York from being destroyed?What's Good?"Oh, great. A time traveling plot." That was my initial reaction when I first started reading this issue. Time traveling stories are 50/50 for me: They can either be good or bad, no in between. Dan Slott doesn't do anything new with the time traveling formula however, it's how he approaches the concept with Spider-Man that makes it entertaining.Peter has only a couple of hours from preventing New York to be destroyed, and all he...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

24 Hours without Spider-man 0

This is my video review the Amazing Spider-man issue 678. This issue is about Peter Parker seeing 24 hours in the future and New York is destroyed. So, now Spider-man has to figure out how to save New York....

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Good Ol' Spidey 0

I haven't read an ASM issue in quite a long time. They've just been piling up from my trips to the comic book store. Today I read this issue and realized this is one of the best things about ASM: it just draws you back into the world of Peter Parker without any struggle. Many comic book readers on this site are heavy-readers, some are up over 20 books a month, for example. I allege that not all of those titles, however, are as accessible, fun, and exciting as ASM. Sure, since Brand New Day there...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Lack of originality, but still great 0

A good comic book story. Even though time travel is a lazy idea considering Dan Slott's talent, he succeeds in creating tension and suspense in this filler episode (admit it, we were all waiting for Ends of the Earth). And as usual, Humberto Ramos does a really nice job, without being the best artist in the industry....

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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