View Poll Results: Whose Spider-Man run was better?

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  • David Michelinie

    41 53.95%
  • Dan Slott

    35 46.05%
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    That list is from 2006.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan2099 View Post
    That list is from 2006.
    man, wizard lasted longer than i thought
    troo fan or death

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    Quote Originally Posted by boots View Post
    man, wizard lasted longer than i thought
    The last issue was in 2011, of course for the last few years it was more movies and pop culture than comics. It also really sucked.

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    I think that their last issue was around the time than the Green Lantern movie came out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCape View Post
    I think that their last issue was around the time than the Green Lantern movie came out.
    The very last issue had Ryan Reynold's on it with a Green Lantern ring. He wasn't wearing the costume though.

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    I prefer Michelinie's run, but I am really influenced by nostalgia (started reading Michelinie's as a kid) and tantrum (I'm still pissed with OMD).

    But Slott's run is really good, different and fun. He's one of the nowadays writers that makes it worth to buy a floppy, there's actually enough content there for you to enjoy your overpriced hobby (for enough time... no over-decompression...). I love that characters' situations and clues can be found across 100 issues, just like old times. It's great to have the same writer's voice for the characters for years. He's a great writer, his Silver Surfer run was one of the comics I love the most in a decade and I can't wait for F4 (and ASM 801)!

    I bet that in 20 years Superior Spider-Man and Spider-Verse will be considered classics. My only criticism on his run is how sometimes Peter acts impulsively (and with his punches).

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