The Amazing Spider-Man #698

    The Amazing Spider-Man » The Amazing Spider-Man #698 - Dying Wish Prelude: Day in the Life released by Marvel on January 1, 2013.

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    Dying Wish Prelude: Day in the Life last edited by deactivated-5f035224e8503 on 11/02/19 02:26PM View full history

    The end of Spider-Man's world begins when Doctor Octopus discovers who Peter Parker really is.

    (Fifty years goes by


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    What Does Doc Ock Know? 0

    Dan Slott run on this series has been amazing (pardon the pun) and although it has had a few bumps along the way it has been one of the best runs on a Spider-Man series for a good few years. As this series creeps closer to the 700th issue it keeps getting more exciting and interesting to find out what the big surprise will be.PlotThis issue starts with an alert at The Raft sounding armed guards to Doctor Octopus's room where he's mumbling the words Peter Parker. Meanwhile Peter is getting on wit...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    I Am Peter Parker, Hear Me Roar 0

    This issue got ranted and raved about like crazy, and I left this until lower in my pull list because all that buzz got me excited. But when I started reading the issue, I kept waiting for that moment, that big twist that had everyone up in arms or in awe.Don't get me wrong, the rest of the issue is perfectly fine. It's actually really well executed jumping on point, summarizing every recent major plot point and piece of the current status quo as we go through a current day in Spider-Man's life....

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Believe it or not, things are finally changing. 0

    Dan Slott's run on Spider-Man as of late has been no less than thrilling, fantastic, and game-changing for everyone's favourite wall-crawler. But it's not until this issue where things finally do change and wow, do things ever take a turn for the worse.Starting off on a positive note, Dan Slott begins his prelude to the biggest even in Spider-Man history with quite some flair. Peter's life has never been a consistant one. He's always been stuck with money problems, girl problems, landing an apar...

    5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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