Rounded out with an amusing and dense double-page strip cartoon from Fred Hembeck and a reprint of Amazing Spider-Man #87 in which Spidey accidentally reveals his identity to everyone before somehow contriving to get the cat back in the bag again (just how many times did that happen anyway?), this is a pretty good package, even considering the slightly higher-than-usual cover price of $3.99. It's not going to change the world or re-invent comics for a new generation, and it's not going to give you a look at what really makes Stan Lee tick, but it's a nice commemoration of 65 years (!) of the man's comicbook work at Marvel. Worth picking up for longtime Marvel fans. Read Full Review
I nice little treat for Stan Lee lovers, there aren't many new scripts coming out from him these days. Here we get a new story with him and Spider-Man plus a charming reprint of an old Spidey story. I like the Joss Wheedon story as well.