View Poll Results: What is the best comic from Nick Spencer's first year on Amazing Spider-Man?

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  • Amazing Spider-Man #1

    7 17.95%
  • Back to Basics (Amazing Spider-Man #2-5)

    5 12.82%
  • A Trivial Pursuit (Amazing Spider-Man #6-7)

    4 10.26%
  • Heist (Amazing Spider-Man #8-10)

    6 15.38%
  • Lifetime Achievement (Amazing Spider-Man #11-13)

    1 2.56%
  • Family Matters (Amazing Spider-Man #14-15)

    0 0%
  • Hunted (Amazing Spider-Man #16-23/ 16 HU/ 18 HU/ 19 HU/ 20 HU)

    13 33.33%
  • Fear Has No Name (Amazing Spider-Man #24)

    3 7.69%
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  1. #16
    Spider-Fan Since '95 WebSlingWonder's Avatar
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    Jun 2018


    I liked Hunted as well. I think this run has been solid, but Hunted was pretty dang good. The art by Ramos and Sandoval was solid, and the opening part was hype, as was the ending (that was great).
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  2. #17
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    Nov 2018


    Hunted doesn't have enough room for its Machiavellian plot and it has a lack of focus on Peter. It's still the second best arc after Jonah time. #OldSnoopIsALiar
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  3. #18


    For those of you who really liked Hunted, what was so effective about it?

  4. #19
    Astonishing Member Revolutionary_Jack's Avatar
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    Dec 2018


    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    For those of you who really liked Hunted, what was so effective about it?
    It told a big sprawling story with multiple characters and made all of them have a largely interior character development and growth. That's quite rare for an event storyline.

    An event story is often dumb because it always has to deliver on the big moments and splash pages and images. And rarely do writers mix those big moments with character moments and events.

    Hunted is primarily a Spider-Man event and so it has the texture and feel of a Spider-Man event story.

    Stuff like Peter's paranoia about his dream, MJ sparing that bug in her apartment, the Death of Gibbon, Felicia's growing protectiveness over Billy, Curt Connors' guilt/horror/shame, and Kraven's sense of fatalism...all that come together. As well as smaller parts like Taskmaster and Black Ant's abusive Walrus and Carpenter bond.

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