Amazing Spider-Man #30

Writer: Zeb Wells Artist: Ed McGuinness Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 26, 2023 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 6 User Reviews: 29
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Spidey goes one last round with the new and improved Doc Ock. Can his newest ally help turn the tide?
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  • 10
    The Comicbook Dispatch - dragoncache Jul 26, 2023

    As Amazing Spider-Man #30 pulses with a fast and furious fight, it examines the link between outlook and actions and reflects on what we leave behind. Read Full Review

  • 9.0 - Chase Magnett Jul 26, 2023

    Building upon now-classic stories ranging from Green Goblin's earliest victories through Superior Spider-Man, it's clear this vision of Amazing Spider-Man is creating a very bright future for the series and character, alike. Read Full Review

  • 8.3
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Jul 26, 2023

    McGuiness delivers big, beautifully detailed action and thrilling imagery throughout the issue. The art has great style and does a great job of matching the tension and tone of the story. I love the over emphasized emotions of the character expressions and how they play into the big action moments. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    AIPT - David Brooke Jul 26, 2023

    Amazing Spider-Man #30 is a good issue wrapping up Doc Ock's appearance and overall runs its course as a visual stunner. The story never probes the characters too deeply and instead ops to show Norman the hero for what feels like the 10th time and lean into Doc Ock's doofus nature. Read Full Review

  • 6.7
    Comic Watch - Tyler Davis Jul 27, 2023

    The Amazing Spider-Man #30is just another Spider-Man story, scrambling strong story setup and the potential for a small scale and psychology personal story for Peter Parker in exchange for goofs, gaffs, and unearned emotional resonance that held little to no other prior importance. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Weird Science Marvel Comics - mrgabehernandez Jul 26, 2023

    Amazing Spider-Man #30 is filled with great art and big action, but Zeb Wells can't figure out when to be jokey or when to be serious, leading to a tonal mess of a comic. Further, Norman's tearful speech about Kamala Khan comes off as a heavy-handed retcon that feels more insulting than emotional. Read Full Review

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