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    Default What Spider-Man stories 2013-present could make the best ever lists?

    Spider-Man celebrated his 50th anniversary in 2012. We're two years away from the 60th milestone. Which stories between them have a shot at making Best of's?

    I've come up with in chronological order:

    The Superior Foes of Spider-Man.

    My Dinner with Jonah. Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #6.

    Finale. Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #310.

    Back to Basics. The Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #1-5.

    A Night Off. Friendly Neighbourhood Spider-Man (2019) #14.

    Sins Rising/The Return of Norman Osborn. The Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #45-49.

    Finale and The Superior Foes of Spider-Man are the two standouts.

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    Spider-Verse and Spider-Gwen make the list just for the impact theyíve made on the franchise.

    Superior Spider-Man

    Superior Foes of Spider-Man

    Hunted (itíll be a game at some point Iím sure)

    Finale.

    My Dinner with Jonah.

    Sins Rising through to Last Remains remains to be seen but I think itíll definitely be on the list once itís finished
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    I liked Hunted a lot more than Back to Basics. But that's just me.

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    Superior Spider-man

    My Dinner with Jonah

    Finale

    Also going to go with Amazing Fantasy (but that's probably because it's a personal favourite).

    Hunted might not be seen as one of the best, but I think it would be highly admired in conversations about Kraven's Last Hunt.

    If it sticks the landing, Last Remains (but time will tell on that one).

    I've not read Superior Foes or Friendly neighborhood Spider-man, but both are on my list (I'll be getting FNSM this week anyway).

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    Superior Spider-Man and Sins Rising are great, but among the best ever? I don't know.

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    I say superior, sins rising, spider-verse, issue 801, but the clear winner is Life Story
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jman27 View Post
    I say superior, sins rising, spider-verse, issue 801, but the clear winner is Life Story
    This. To me it’s Life Story.

    I honestly feel as a whole package you could put Life Story against most classic Spider-man stories and it would hold its own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RD155 View Post
    This. To me it’s Life Story.

    I honestly feel as a whole package you could put Life Story against most classic Spider-man stories and it would hold its own.
    the only reason why i like it cause it has a conclusion and a true ending which comics arent allow to do
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    Life Story is one of those comics I feel stupid for missing out on.
    Especially seeing how I like Chip's run on Spectacular.

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    I'll echo that Hunted seems the most likely Spencer story to be the basis for an animated movie or video game. The structure is pretty perfect for either (or both) forms of media.
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    The 2010's were not a great decade for Spider-Man comics IMO. Back to Basics and anything Chip Zdarksy did were the best that was done with Spider-Man in the last 10 years.

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    wait who the fuck is batting for back to basics and hunted
    ramos and ottley are good, but no one's that good
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jman27 View Post
    the only reason why i like it cause it has a conclusion and a true ending which comics arent allow to do
    The last issue was the best of the lot. To me, that or The Death of Spider-Man are probably my favourite endings to Peter Parker's Spider-Man career. Honourable mention to the original Renew Your Vows miniseries.

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    Speaking of mentions, I forgot the Superior Spider-Man and Gwen Stacy: Spider-Woman from Edge of Spider-Verse #2.

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    Life Story.

    The rest - good not best ever. SSM is famous or infamous, pick your poison. But not in the greatest ever category.
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