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    Default REVIEW: Amazing Spider-Man, #11

    The Spiders of the Multiverse face their biggest challenge yet in Dan Slott and Olivier Coipel's "Amazing Spider-Man" #11.


    Full review here.

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    I also wrote a review that can be read here. http://themanwhocollectsspiderman.blogspot.co.uk/ But only if you want to

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    This has been the best event in some time. Looking forward for the next issue.

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    1967 Spider-Man needs to be more prominent. He also needs to meet modern Peter Parker.
    what happened to Electric Company Spidey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hypestyle View Post
    1967 Spider-Man needs to be more prominent. He also needs to meet modern Peter Parker.
    what happened to Electric Company Spidey?
    I'm still waiting for them to give us the Japanese live action Spidey! That giant mech of his is going to come in pretty handy!

    With only a few more issues to go, I'm still waiting for a few significant Spideys like Black Costume Spidey or Marvel Zombies Spidey.

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    Great issue. I'm loving the dynamic between all the Spider-Men. Makes me wish we would have had cameos from 3 Dev Adam's and Josh Keaton's Spider-Man had there not been any rights issues. That would complete it for me!

    Also, "infamy"? I assume that's referring to the show's "bad" reputation online, but I wouldn't goes as far as to say it's "infamous". That implies it has widespread negative reception rather than a vocal minority of nasty backlash on the internet, of which the latter is true.
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    Even Douglas Ernst liked this issue.

    And Slott STILL blocked him on Twitter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameron Samurai View Post
    Even Douglas Ernst liked this issue.

    And Slott STILL blocked him on Twitter.
    If someone says disgusting stuff on twitter, there's no obligation to pay attention to the rare times they say something nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    If someons says disgusting stuff on twitter
    Pfft, as if Slott does'nt do that himself...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameron Samurai View Post
    Pfft, as if Slott does'nt do that himself...
    I'd argue that Ernst has said worse stuff online than Slott.

    But if Slott were a monster online, that's unrelated to my point.

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