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Miggy rated Amazing Spider-Man #26 Jun 5, 2023
1.0

Amazing Spider-Man #26

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: May 31, 2023

Now fully in the present, the Emissary has returned and his power is so far beyond Spider-Man's abilities. The heroes may figure out a way to win, but the cost of victory will be so immense that you may hope they don't...
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DeathStroke7505 reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #24 Apr 19, 2023
1.0

If I could give this a zero I would. This reminds me too much of the abortion that was called "Sins Past". Here Wells takes yet another love of Peter's life and turns her into a straight slut. Like MJ, who loves Peter can't keep her legs shut for a while??! This is all an extension of keeping Peter and MJ seperate, cept I dunno that this can ever be reversed now. Fuck these pricks for doing this. more

Amazing Spider-Man #24

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: Apr 19, 2023

Witness what brought Peter Parker and Norman Osborn together.
Your opinion of who the hero is and who the villain is may end up at least blurred...
Rated T

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DeathStroke7505 - Apr 22, 2023

Professor X and Magneto are each separate and distinct characters. But they are each half of Onslaught. Do we then call professor X by himself "Onslaught"? Firestorm, two people combining to make one hero, but neither are the hero by themself. The Sentry and the Void are treated as two separate individual characters even though they're technically one in the same.

DeathStroke7505 - Apr 22, 2023

Point being there has never been a time (that I can recall) when a comic character is either split or two halves becoming one where each half isn't treated as separate and distinct from the whole. For some reason, Darkwing Duck keeps coming up in my mind, Negaduck was Dark Wing's evil side split off, but was referred as a completely separate being.

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Sollywoods reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #24 Apr 19, 2023
1.0

Each issue gets worse and worse.

Amazing Spider-Man #24

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: Apr 19, 2023

Witness what brought Peter Parker and Norman Osborn together.
Your opinion of who the hero is and who the villain is may end up at least blurred...
Rated T

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hasanturkoglu reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #24 Apr 19, 2023
1.0

Stop this please...

Amazing Spider-Man #24

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: Apr 19, 2023

Witness what brought Peter Parker and Norman Osborn together.
Your opinion of who the hero is and who the villain is may end up at least blurred...
Rated T

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Toby reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #24 Apr 20, 2023
1.0

The FF were fun, but everything else remains consistently inconsistent with the characters' personalities and history.

Would Peter's friends really not help him save MJ? Ok, the FF were off world, but a line implies that Peter stole from Stark. He wouldn't lend a hand either? MJ was Tony's assistant for a while and we've seen that she's still in contact with him.

And even if more

Amazing Spider-Man #24

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: Apr 19, 2023

Witness what brought Peter Parker and Norman Osborn together.
Your opinion of who the hero is and who the villain is may end up at least blurred...
Rated T

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Hydro-Man reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #24 Apr 20, 2023
1.0

LOL Wow. Just unbelievably bad. Quite possibly the worst comic I have ever read.

In summary, a major status quo change by a throwaway villain.

In all seriousness, it’d be like Paul Kubberberg coming back to Batman in 2023 and doing a story where Colonel Blimp kills Gordon and impregnates Spoiler and Orphan.

Amazing Spider-Man #24

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: Apr 19, 2023

Witness what brought Peter Parker and Norman Osborn together.
Your opinion of who the hero is and who the villain is may end up at least blurred...
Rated T

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superstan52 reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #24 Apr 19, 2023
1.5

In comics never say "never" but it sure looks like - with the kids - that Peter and MJ have reached a point of no return. Think of this run as the "anti-Nick Spencer." There are many, many things wrong with this run, but certainly one of them is that Paul is such a cypher and not in the least appealing. it reflects really poorly on MJ choosing him.

Amazing Spider-Man #24

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: Apr 19, 2023

Witness what brought Peter Parker and Norman Osborn together.
Your opinion of who the hero is and who the villain is may end up at least blurred...
Rated T

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Tiki reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #24 Apr 22, 2023
1.5

I never thought Marvel would ever choose to repeat the horrible beats of “Sins Past” but I guess I was wrong

Amazing Spider-Man #24

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: Apr 19, 2023

Witness what brought Peter Parker and Norman Osborn together.
Your opinion of who the hero is and who the villain is may end up at least blurred...
Rated T

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samizrozami reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #24 Apr 20, 2023
2.0

Oh i get it one more day but worse

Amazing Spider-Man #24

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: Apr 19, 2023

Witness what brought Peter Parker and Norman Osborn together.
Your opinion of who the hero is and who the villain is may end up at least blurred...
Rated T

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Batmanaholic reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #24 Apr 21, 2023
2.5

This is coming from a guy who likes Our favourite wall crawler Peter with Felicia over Mj. But this is just a horrible way to treat MJ to me. And Peter getting to look like a big cuck and Paul not only stole his girl he's worked how hard to get back after all this time? But he kids with her. I thought she was the strip mom or something before, but this to me is just an aweful place to take the sto more

Amazing Spider-Man #24

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: Apr 19, 2023

Witness what brought Peter Parker and Norman Osborn together.
Your opinion of who the hero is and who the villain is may end up at least blurred...
Rated T

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DeathStroke7505 - Apr 21, 2023

Because editorial is the other half of the problem.

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3.0

Listen, Zeb Wells... Shut up. Not only that final "plot twist" is absolutely ridiculous and predictable, but I'm SICK of Spider-Man acting like a completely reckless idiot who can't stop for a second and use his fucking genius mind to solve a problem. What in the bluest of blue hell is this garbage? And people said that the Gang War arc was bad...

Amazing Spider-Man #24

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: Apr 19, 2023

Witness what brought Peter Parker and Norman Osborn together.
Your opinion of who the hero is and who the villain is may end up at least blurred...
Rated T

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daspidaboy reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #24 Apr 19, 2023
4.0

its not a one out of 10, but its bad in my opinion. Peter Parker is acting a bit irrational and this could have been solved with Peter telling Reed Richards the truth and this would be sorted out. The plot is dragging on and on (even worse than apparently Dark Crisis), and a lot of people are pissed off about Mary Jane banging Paul, and while I do see that happening if Mary Jane thought she was no more

Amazing Spider-Man #24

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: Apr 19, 2023

Witness what brought Peter Parker and Norman Osborn together.
Your opinion of who the hero is and who the villain is may end up at least blurred...
Rated T

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justonemore reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #24 Apr 19, 2023
8.5

Dont listen to the people taking this as trash, give it a try, its not that bad.

Amazing Spider-Man #24

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: Apr 19, 2023

Witness what brought Peter Parker and Norman Osborn together.
Your opinion of who the hero is and who the villain is may end up at least blurred...
Rated T

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Psycamorean - May 11, 2023

All you need to do to create an alt on this website is use one of those temp email websites. You don't even need an actual email address, a phone number, etc. Most people have more than one legitimate email anyway.

Toby - May 12, 2023

You know what? You might be right. Out of 5 accounts, aside from mine, only one wasn't created the same day it made a comment. And that one was created like 2 days before. Didn't think someone would be sad or obsessed enough to do that. I still think a review should be objective though.

Miggy reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #24 Apr 28, 2023
1.0

At this point, this is a comedy comics for me!

Amazing Spider-Man #24

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: Apr 19, 2023

Witness what brought Peter Parker and Norman Osborn together.
Your opinion of who the hero is and who the villain is may end up at least blurred...
Rated T

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