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201 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Sun Oct 10, 2010 11:37 pm

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^I still disagree, but whatever. I'm tired of arguing/discussing this. I had my fill when the story first came out.

Last thing I want to say is that even the stuff dealing with his personal life felt superficial. The stories seemed like all flash and no substance.

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202 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Mon Oct 11, 2010 3:59 pm

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Batman25JM wrote:^I still disagree, but whatever. I'm tired of arguing/discussing this. I had my fill when the story first came out.

Last thing I want to say is that even the stuff dealing with his personal life felt superficial. The stories seemed like all flash and no substance.

Agreed.

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203 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Mon Oct 11, 2010 4:48 pm

Oboy! More talking about OMD/OMIT! I might as well throw in what I said on the CBR forum & to Bigtymin:

When OMD hit I was spewing venom. Then I moved on into BND and I was enjoying it..the writing and art were pretty darn good. For example, I think ASM 600 was one of the best comics I've read from Marvel in recent years. With guys like Marcos Martin, FVL, Slott, Waid, Kelly, etc. I was fine. However, the folks at Marvel decided to pick at the wound left by OMD, and I was back to some sad yet funny tantrums. Then these interviews came and began to pick even more..I begin to contemplate quitting Spider-man.

But somehow today I just stopped caring. It doesn't matter that much anymore. I still dislike the removal of the marriage, but y'know what? I still have the wedding annual. You can't tell me that didn't happen, I read it. Perhaps I read it in the wrong sequence. I know that in the world of fanboys, that can help get you taken to the friendly room with the soft walls, but I don't care. If the Marvel guys wanna make marriage-less stories, fine..to me the annual will happen sometime after all that. Maybe I'm crazy, but I'll go with it.

I'll agree that Pete's private life hasn't felt very realistic as of yet, but with the upcoming girlfriend hopefully that'll change. In fact I'm going to say something really controversial: It's probably best if they pulled through with bringing Gwen Stacy back. Now don't start throwing spears at me, hold on, hear me out. If he's not with Mary Jane and they aren't really bringing back the Black Cat romance or the Betty Brant one, then it's best he's with Gwen. Any other relationship with any other girl will probably only last for as long as that writer stays on the title. However if you bring Gwen into the fold you'll give me a relationship that I personally can believe in...before the MJ love story that we all fell in love with, there was Gwen. Now many, myself included, may not appreciate the dismantling of such an iconic story or death, but like OMD or the clone saga the wound has been picked at so many times, and this time it may sadly be a necessary evil to help us believe in a relationship that doesn't involve MJ, BC, or Betty. Or maybe I just haven't had anything to eat yet and am just rambling, your call. Laughing Wasn't there a sister to Gwen Stacy? Why not bring her back..I could go with that relationship.

But right now what I really wanna see is some good fun Spider-man stories that I will enjoy and will wash out the OMD/OMIT taste. The artists are extremely satisfying, and Dan Slott really makes me think of classic Marvel, so I don't think that should be too big of a problem. As long as I can read a book with fun characters, good relationships and good ol' superheroics, I'll be fine. Just please find away to fit MJ into the book with a major role..I know she's been in the books but I get a feeling the offices are a bit afraid of her..she's not even on the cover to the first issue of Big Time (the one that has his supporting cast), and even Carlie is on there! Anyways, bring on 'Big Time!'

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204 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Mon Nov 08, 2010 8:34 pm

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FVL's ode to BND was superb...lots of goodies in this comic for $5. Anyone read?

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205 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Mon Nov 08, 2010 10:48 pm

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LOOSECANNON wrote:FVL's ode to BND was superb...lots of goodies in this comic for $5. Anyone read?

Yeah I read it and I really enjoyed it. The finale to BND was a very fitting end. For the most part I liked BND and I can't wait to see what they do with Big Time.

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206 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Sat Nov 13, 2010 11:50 pm

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Shocked

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207 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Sun Nov 14, 2010 12:28 am

First Reaction:


Second reaction: Haha! This'll never last! Here's guessing it's a stunt that doesn't even involve his death. In fact it most likely involves Spidey temporarily joining FF. Remember this?



It's most likely just happening for that storyarc. Besides, who would replace Spider-man? I was fine with Dick Grayson replacing Batman cos he's the logical replacement. Like Superman, Peter Parker doesn't really have someone who can replace him. Then again, I suppose we could have him be replaced by Ben Reilly or (my preferred choice) Flash Thompson, so what do I know? Here's saying it involves the FF storyline.

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208 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:50 am

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So, Spider-Man's going to try and take over Hells Kitchen?

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209 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Sun Nov 14, 2010 10:53 am

They just killed him in the Other, why do it again so soon.

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210 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Sun Nov 14, 2010 11:04 am

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Eh. I feel this has been done before. Oh wait. It has. Rolling Eyes

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211 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:45 pm

I was actually thinking about coming back to Spider-Man because of this Big Time arc but I don't want to see another "Death of" storyline.

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212 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Tue Nov 16, 2010 7:52 pm

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Marvel with the curveball...it's Ultimate Spider-Man!

http://www.newsarama.com/comics/death-of-spider-man-101110.html


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213 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Mon Nov 22, 2010 3:46 pm

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Enough of the "Death of.."....Did anyone in fact read Big Time and what were your thoughts? No time to do a full review buds but this issue kicked all sorts of arse. Sure it was "crammed" with plenty of threads and an abomination of characters, but has any recent Spidey issue been this FUN?

Avengers? Moving (sounds like what I'm going through now..)? Sinister Six? New job? Hobgoblin? etc. etc. etc.


easily a 4.5/5 from me and I approve of Ramos' hipster art..

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214 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Mon Nov 22, 2010 4:19 pm

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I was a fan of Big Time as well. ASM has been consistantly good (not including OMIT) for a while now and I hope that this can bring back some of the old readers that dropped it because of OMD.

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215 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Mon Nov 22, 2010 6:13 pm

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I loved loved loved seeing that is Hobgoblin back! Add Ramos art to it and it makes it even sweeter.

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216 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Mon Nov 29, 2010 6:48 pm

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Big Time continues to be great! Woe is Kingsley!

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217 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Mon Nov 29, 2010 8:17 pm

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I was incredibly suprised that they showed
Spoiler:
the sliced off head
. This is still supposed to be a book for kids.

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218 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Mon Nov 29, 2010 11:07 pm

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I dropped this during Origin Of Species but Big Time has been great so far. I'll continue to pick up select issues with stories that interest me.

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219 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Thu Dec 16, 2010 10:15 pm

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ASM isn't for kids. Spider-Man Marvel Adventures is.

Now, Big Time has been BIG, as Slott's dream gig continues to be far and away his best work. The Love Triangle of Carlie, MJ and Pete kills; love the slight tie-in to Shadowland with Kingpin; and the Gargan stuff in the back-up intrigues me....

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220 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Fri Dec 17, 2010 1:16 am

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LOOSECANNON wrote:ASM isn't for kids. Spider-Man Marvel Adventures is.

ASM is still rated A, which is only one step up in the rating system from the Adventures books.

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221 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Fri Dec 17, 2010 2:43 am

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Spoiler:
Hobgoblin was killed by that lame Green Goblin??


What the fuck bucket

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222 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Fri Dec 17, 2010 3:37 am

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Head chopped off.

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223 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Fri Dec 17, 2010 4:13 am

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Anyone following Spidey the past 2-3 years knows that Marvel has been pushing the edge when it comes to their primary Spidey title. Now, of course, most parents would have no idea that their children will see semi-gratuitous elements in what's deemed an All Ages book, so Marvel needs to smarten up and raise the rating a tad.

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224 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Fri Dec 17, 2010 11:30 am

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LOOSECANNON wrote:Anyone following Spidey the past 2-3 years knows that Marvel has been pushing the edge when it comes to their primary Spidey title. Now, of course, most parents would have no idea that their children will see semi-gratuitous elements in what's deemed an All Ages book, so Marvel needs to smarten up and raise the rating a tad.
kids read comics?

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225 Re: Amazing Spider-Man on Fri Dec 17, 2010 12:26 pm

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LOOSECANNON wrote:Anyone following Spidey the past 2-3 years knows that Marvel has been pushing the edge when it comes to their primary Spidey title. Now, of course, most parents would have no idea that their children will see semi-gratuitous elements in what's deemed an All Ages book, so Marvel needs to smarten up and raise the rating a tad.

Agreed. I think Marvel's stopped paying attention to their ratings once they're on a book for a while.

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