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    Spider-Verse is overrated. I preferred Spider-Geddon to it. Might have my own go at a top ten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batman Begins 2005 View Post
    Spider-Verse is overrated. I preferred Spider-Geddon to it. Might have my own go at a top ten.
    It's the concept and the fact that it birthed characters like Spider-Gwen that make SV an incredibly impactful storyline (a little bit of that is reduced by the fact that Spider-Men existed before and introduced the idea of Peter teaming up with an AU Spidey and visiting his homeworld, but Spider-Verse showed the astounding potential of the concept).

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    In hindsight, it has been an insane decade for Spidey, maybe his biggest yet? Had forgotten that Miles was introduced in only 2011, so he's a part of the 10's too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    I'd rate the intro of Miles above Spider-Verse, but both top Jonah learning.

    My ranking...
    10. Renew Your Vows (replacing Ends of the Earth)
    9. Go Down Swinging (Solid ending to Slott's run)
    8. My Dinner With Jonah
    7. Back to Basics (Solid debut for Spencer)
    6. Spider-Island
    5. Spider-Men
    4. The Big Time (Dan Slott's run kicks off)
    3. Superior Spider-Man
    2. Spider-Verse (Basis for a movie)
    1. Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man (Miles Morales debut)
    Pretty much my own list. Would just have RYV and Back to Basics swap places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Confuzzled View Post
    It's the concept and the fact that it birthed characters like Spider-Gwen that make SV an incredibly impactful storyline (a little bit of that is reduced by the fact that Spider-Men existed before and introduced the idea of Peter teaming up with an AU Spidey and visiting his homeworld, but Spider-Verse showed the astounding potential of the concept).
    Good point on Spider-Gwen, gave us that character. Also brought Superior Spider-Man back. Still think it's overrated. Morlun is diminished by the other Inheritors, too many Spiders involved and I hate Silk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Confuzzled View Post
    In hindsight, it has been an insane decade for Spidey, maybe his biggest yet? Had forgotten that Miles was introduced in only 2011, so he's a part of the 10's too.
    It's worth considering how this would go in earlier decades.

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