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    we’re at once literally traveling back to the early aughts and spiritually to the 1960’s, so it’s a fine line of fedoras and Nickelback posters, of low-rise jeans and double-breasted suits. It’s a fun balancing act of two very different eras, but essentially we’re transplanting classic [Steve] Ditko [art] into the 21st century
    https://news.marvel.com/comics/82129...ed-feels-good/

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    Past JJJ meeting present JJJ. That should be fun LOL.

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    It does sound like what the Generations issue did, except with two different versions of Peter and a proper team-up against classic villains like Ock and Gobby (granted, we get enough of them in the main book at this point...).
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    Past JJJ meeting present JJJ. That should be fun LOL.
    It should be funny to see how different they are, or lack there of .

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    The covers for this series are so much nicer than the ASM ones. I never thought I'd say it, but I'm tired of Alex Ross covers.

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    I am so here for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloudman View Post
    The covers for this series are so much nicer than the ASM ones. I never thought I'd say it, but I'm tired of Alex Ross covers.
    I can actually agree with you on that, at least in the sense that Alex Ross used to be a very special treat that you could only enjoy every once in a while, but it is possible to have too much of a good or even great thing.
    The spider is always on the hunt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huntsman Spider View Post
    I can actually agree with you on that, at least in the sense that Alex Ross used to be a very special treat that you could only enjoy every once in a while, but it is possible to have too much of a good or even great thing.
    Yeah, the covers Marcos Martin did for this series were so great

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miles To Go View Post
    I love the early Ditko style Spider-Man, especially the jagged arm webs.

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    Teresa...... who?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hypestyle View Post
    Teresa...... who?
    Peter's supposed sister. Introduced in the Mark Waid penned graphic novel "Family Buisness" and reintroduced by Chip for Spectacular

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    It should be funny to see how different they are, or lack there of .
    With Past Jonah accusing Present Jonah of being ''too soft'' on that ''wall-crawling menace'' LOL.

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    There's been a new podcast interview with Chip lately. He said, with the exception of the issue where Peter revealed who he was to Jonah, the book is editorially mandated to be quite light and fun, and is to be treated as a "soft reboot" that is in-continuity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miles To Go View Post
    There's been a new podcast interview with Chip lately. He said, with the exception of the issue where Peter revealed who he was to Jonah, the book is editorially mandated to be quite light and fun, and is to be treated as a "soft reboot" that is in-continuity.
    "'Soft reboot' that is in-continuity?" What does that even mean?

    It's an in-universe book where you don't have to worry about all the stuff going on in the main book?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    "'Soft reboot' that is in-continuity?" What does that even mean?

    It's an in-universe book where you don't have to worry about all the stuff going on in the main book?
    Basic if you don't like Amazing Spider-Man buy this instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unspeakable Evil View Post
    Basic if you don't like Amazing Spider-Man buy this instead.
    Which I've been doing LOL. Though to be fair I've actually been enjoying this book.

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