Amazing Spider-Man #36

Writer: J. Michael Straczynski Artist: John Romita Jr. Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: October 31, 2001 Critic Reviews: 0 User Reviews: 6
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The web-slinger struggles with the most horrific tragedy ever to befall his city: the events of Sept. 11.

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    JS3620 Sep 11, 2021

    As of the September 11, 2021, we have not, do not, will not forget what has transpired on this day 20 years ago. With comics, you can escape the stress, difficulties, and turmoil of the real world, but that is not the case here as this special story written by J. Michael Straczynski and illustrated by John Romita Jr. is not to be taken lightly. Unlike DC comics, where their characters are from fiction based cities like Gotham and Metropolis, the Marvel Universe takes place within the real world, and it’s because of this we see how the the tragic events of 9/11 affect the heroes of this world. The reason why Spider-Man is the one to receive special treatment with special issue is because he lives in New York City, so we, the readers, see h more

  • 7.5
    Ultimate Goblin Nov 30, 2021

    Just a boring 9/11 speech, that interrupts the series. But yeah, it was inspiring. I mean, it could be more inspiring without Doctor Doom crying and etc. Do you really think that it's a nice idea? Imagine Stalin crying about deaths of the innocents. Ha! He's just a tyrant, that executes his own civilians every day.

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    Julhin Dec 24, 2020

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    iPodwithnomusic Mar 25, 2019

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    Ardash Oct 31, 2021

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    Mout Nov 23, 2021

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