Amazing Spider-Man #35

Amazing Spider-Man #35

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Countess Karkov has attempted to assassinate Doom in Amazing Spider-Man #35. But Hitman only shot a Doombot and now Chameleon is going to be first in line to take Doom’s wrath. Now Peter and Teresa Parker are working together to track down Chameleon. But can Peter keep his sister from killing Chameleon before they sort out the disaster with Doom? And what does 2099 Spider-Man, Miguel O’Hara have to do with all of this?

Teresa and Peter working together
Amazing Spider-Man #35

All in all, this was a pretty good issue. I’m not a huge fan of bi-weekly comics. They tend to drag out story-lines and have a bunch of filler issues. This title is no different. But this issue in particular was pretty good. We’re in the middle of yet another tie-in phase. This time for 2099. I don’t know who has money for all the issues associated with these things. I really liked the art here thought. Bazaldua had one of the best ASM issues I’ve seen in a while. Short story, I loved the issue, but I’m not excited about the whole 2099 tie-in and even more issues to buy in a bi-weekly book.

Amazing Spider-Man
Amazing Spider-Man

from: Things From Another World


Writer: Nick Spencer Artist: Oscar Bazaldua
Colors: Steve Firchow Letters: Joe Caramagna

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