Still, on its own terms, this issue provides a fitting end for Andrews' story which offers a final note of hope and optimism without selling the dystopian atmosphere of the book completely short with any quick and easy change to the series' status quo. Andrews shows off the strengths of Spidey's character by pitting him against near-unassailable odds and putting him through more fight scenes in one issue than most writers manage in a complete story arc, and it's difficult not to root for the sheer indefatigability of the aged Peter Parker as he meets the challenge of his greatest villains and succeeds. In the absence of Spider-Man: The End, this series will do just as well, and I'm looking forward to seeing what Andrews does next - both as a writer and artist - as this book has shown just how much potential the creator has. Read Full Review
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