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So I just wrote a review and accidently deleted it due to delay on my phone... Annoying.

In short, this comic is fantastic. Go buy it.

Beyond: Mary Jane & Black Cat #1

By: Saladin Ahmed, C.F. Villa
Released: Jan 26, 2022

• Black Cat has been kidnapped, and the only person who can save her is... MARY JANE WATSON?!
•  Mary Jane has never liked Felicia Hardy, and now she has to save her life?!
•  But remember, this is the Black Cat we're talking about. Things are never quite what they seem.


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Sollywoods reviewed Earth 2: Society #22 Jan 25, 2022

So I recently found a few earth 2 trade paper backs at the dollar store and thought, well I don't want to lose money on this, so bought them. Having known nothing about this series, I immensely enjoyed it!

My rating is for both the final issue and the series as a whole. Not that I even think anyone will read this, a somewhat obscure series 5 years after it ended. I just wanted to get m more

Earth 2: Society #22

By: Dan Abnett, Vicente Cifuentes
Released: Mar 8, 2017

In this series finale, a new dawn rises on Earth-2. After a terrible struggle, the Wonders have restored their world, better than ever. Can they become the new heroes and caretakers the reborn planet needs to protect it from future threats? And what of the price they paid for peace - what is the final fate of the Earth-2 Batman and his legacy?

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Sollywoods reviewed Avengers #52 Jan 19, 2022

This was pretty good. I've not particularly enjoyed Jason Aaron's run but I am interested in this multiversal masters of evil thing. The art is decent. I think I like where things are going but still kind of on the fence since, track record I suppose, the past 50 issues have been either boring or a good idea poorly executed (the moon Knight stuff especially).

I am looking forward to th more

Avengers #52

By: Jason Aaron, Juan Frigeri
Released: Jan 19, 2022

The Death Hunt continues as super-psychopaths the Black Skull and Ghost Goblin invade New York City to slaughter Deathloks and anyone who gets in their way, including Captain America and Captain Marvel. But the bad guys didn't plan on having to face the world's most dangerous young Avenger. Believe us - no ...

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Sollywoods reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #85 Jan 12, 2022

This was probably my favourite issue so far in the Beyond story. A lot of meandering up until now. More than inches of plot progression, I mostly enjoyed the character drama. Characters interest more than super hero fights (the action is fun, but I'd trade an issue of good character dialogue over an issue of explosions)

Doc oc was good and I've really enjoyed him for the most part sinc more

Amazing Spider-Man #85

By: Cody Ziglar, Paco Medina
Released: Jan 12, 2022

•  It's going to take everything Ben Reilly and the company that backs him has to stop Otto Octavius.
•  But, in the Merry Marvel fashion and as with all respectable Spider-Stories, even if Spider-Man wins, he is going to lose. And he is going to lose BIG.


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Sollywoods reviewed Inferno #4 Jan 5, 2022

I can always count on Hickman to deliver a satisfying ending! From secret warriors, the FF, Avengers and now X-Men. I would love it if he wrote guardians of the galaxy or just overall did the marvel cosmic stuff.

I wasn't sure how one more issue could wrap up what was started but it did.

Now... I don't plan on keeping up with any X-Men titles after this so it didn't make me more

Inferno #4

By: Jonathan Hickman, Valerio Schiti
Released: Jan 5, 2022

Jonathan Hickman's time on X-Men ends with the dramatic conclusion of one of the first and best mysteries he brought to the line. Valerio Schiti returns on art to help bring down one of the foundations of the era.

Sollywoods reviewed Captain Marvel #35 Jan 5, 2022

I haven't been a regular reader of the series but I started last issue because Mar-vell was around and I love me some original captain Marvel. And this issue brought me Genis-vell back! So it's gets a 9. I have been waiting years for Genis to return since he died in Thunderbolts 100. Now... Spoilers... This doesn't seem to be the same Genis, so I'm not giving this a 10, otherwise I certainly would more

Captain Marvel #35

By: Kelly Thompson, Sergio Davila
Released: Jan 5, 2022

As Carol and the other Marvels fight to save themselves and so much more from Vox Supreme's dark plans, the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy join the battle! While Vox Supreme believes he knows Carol Danvers inside and out, she has thrown him a curveball that neither of them ever imagined. Fans old and n...

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I'm happy to see this series back, at least for a bit. Ms. Marvel has been the only comic series I've been able to get my wife to read on a regular basis, so that's a plus for me.

I do miss the regular side characters, hopefully they won't be ignored. The group of characters around Kamala I have always enjoyed reading about. So I'd knock off a point for omitting them. Kamala is as deli more

Ms. Marvel: Beyond the Limit #1

By: Samira Ahmed, Andres Genolet
Released: Dec 22, 2021

While on a break visiting her cousin in Chicago, Kamala Khan stumbles upon a robbery at a university physics lab . . . and maybe sets off an explosion of interdimensional proportions in the process. Still, nothing she can't handle. Or so she thinks, until she gets home and...

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Merlyn reviewed Avengers Forever #1 Dec 22, 2021

I was joking these days about Jason Aaron saying that basically lately all he's doing is just picking up successful Marvel events from the past to catch people's eyes and trying to prop up his pet characters. Heroes Reborn? Sure, let's do Heroes Reborn even though his version was awful. Avengers Forever by Busier? Sure, let's do Avengers Forever. And I was joking that one of these days he's going more

Avengers Forever #1

By: Jason Aaron, Aaron Kuder
Released: Dec 22, 2021

On a quest for cosmic vengeance, Ghost Rider finds himself roaring through the wasteland on a ruined Earth, where the great age of heroes never came to be, where hope is a four-letter word and where his only ally in the coming battle against the greatest villains any universe has ever s...

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Sollywoods - Dec 22, 2021

I quite enjoy the daughters of the hammer and was happy to see them again... I always find it strange reading comments that are assuming ones views are the same as everyone else's. It's seems reasonable to use the phrase "I never cared about them" but completely bonkers to me to use a phrase like "like anyone ever cared about them". Hubris, perhaps?

Merlyn - Dec 22, 2021

Most people don't care about them, it's the truth. You're the first guy ever I met on the internet who thought these characters were great. So yeah, if the overall response is bad towards some characters, it's not wrong to awesome no one cares about them. It's not hubris, it's just a matter of majority opinion vs. minority opinion. If you want to get technical, you could say I'm wrong when I use that phrase but you know it's an expression so yeah, I am right about this even if you disagree.

Sollywoods reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #81 Dec 15, 2021

I was initially let down because I forgot Miles was going to be in this issue and the cover art made me think that was Kaine, and I frikkin love Kaine and could rant about the untapped potential he has as a character but writers just don't seem to use him enough... Anyway, I shouldn't let my mistake affect how I feel about this.

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Amazing Spider-Man #81

By: Saladin Ahmed, Carlos Gomez
Released: Dec 15, 2021

It’s new Spider-Man vs. newest Spider-Man!!! The Beyond Corporation paid a lot of money for the Spider-Man trademark and does not take kindly to an unlicensed Spider-Man running around Brooklyn. So it’s up to Ben Reilly to take Miles Morales down.

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Rachit Mittal - Dec 15, 2021

I also thought of Kaine at first then I remembered Kaine had much better costume than Miles current one. He really has good potential in him which Marvel is stupid bastard not to use it to full. Yeah, this stupid hero vs hero thing should be stopped. Here it just makes them look immature hacks.

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Fun story, happy to see Peter back and curious to know what he will do next (help Ben Reilly? investigate on Beyond Corp?). Just, please, spare me those sexual innuendos between May (who suddenly looks like a old super-model) and Octavius. Is Superior Spider-Man coming back? Looks like Reilly will have to deal with both Otto and Miles!

Amazing Spider-Man #80.BEY

By: Cody Ziglar, Ivan Fiorelli
Released: Dec 8, 2021

• With her nephew at death's door, May Parker is not just going to sit around accepting that Peter's ailments aren't solvable with conventional means.
•  Aunt May is going to seek UNCONVENTIONAL MEANS by way of her ex-fiancé DOCTOR OCTOPUS!!!
•  One of the most controversial couples in comics history is back together, and they'r...

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motorik - Dec 8, 2021

I'd have Superior Spider-man back no problem. If it is Doc in that capacity fine. If it's just Doc, I agree with you. I do dig the thought of Judas Traveller. I agree, Otto and Norman are over done.

Sollywoods - Dec 8, 2021

I thought it was a shame that superior spiderman was returned to normal doc oc. I never cared for Doctor octopus but I loved him as superior spiderman! Changes from the status quo never last long though. But I agree, I'd be into a Judas traveller story again. Somebody make it happen!

Sollywoods reviewed Inferno #3 Dec 8, 2021

This comic had me invested on every panel. I can't wait to see how Hickman wraps this up. His track record is solid though. From secret warriors to fantastic four to the Avengers, all had big stories that ended great.

I've heard (though may be untrue, but whatever) that Hickman initially intended a longer run here but had to wrap up early. Same thing happened on secret warriors. That h more

Inferno #3

By: Jonathan Hickman, R. B. Silva
Released: Dec 8, 2021

Krakoa's troubles don't attack one at a time. Jonathan Hickman reunites with his POWERS OF X collaborator R.B. Silva for the penultimate chapter of his X-Swan Song.

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Sollywoods reviewed Green Lantern #9 Dec 8, 2021

I haven't read green lantern since Grant Morrison took over. I stopped then because Grant Morrisons cynicism is something I grew tired of many years ago. But I love green lantern characters, I may be one of the few who have Kyle Rayner as my favourite, followed by Guy Gardner.

So this comic... I've kept some tabs on the series since I stopped reading and couldn't help myself. I bought more

Green Lantern #9

By: Geoffrey Thorne, Tom Raney
Released: Dec 8, 2021

With trillions of lives on the line, a ringless John Stewart battles the Mad God for the future state of the universe! Meanwhile, Jo Mullein solves the mystery of the Green Lantern Corps’ battery’s destruction as a new and ancient enemy rises. Is this the end of the Green Lantern Corps or will it lead to a new beginning and a resurrection for t...

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Dc Fan of Sorts - Dec 10, 2021

I wouldn't say Jo sucks, she was good in her own maxi-series before this.

Ulf - Jan 4, 2022

shame you didn't stick with Morrison and Sharp's run, if there's one thing Morrison absolutely isn't, it's cynical (see All-Star Superman, his Doom Patrol and Animal Man, his Batman full run, etc.). Quite the opposite, Morrison and Sharp collected all of Hal's experiences into one great storyline, that took the franchise into much-needed heights after being watered down with too many colours of Lanterns and endless cosmic battles. Sometimes smaller is better.

Sollywoods reviewed Avengers #50 Dec 3, 2021

It's been a while since I was optimistic about Aaron's Avengers. I've stuck around mostly out of loyalty to the comic. I can't be the only comic book Reader who does that... Right?

Well I'm giving it an 8 because by the end of it I thought it was pretty good to get past world war she hulk, and onto something interesting again involving dr doom. Dr doom is basically always entertaining. more

Avengers #50

By: Jason Aaron, Javier Garron
Released: Dec 1, 2021

COMMEMORATING LEGACY #750! Supersize extravaganza of Earth’s mightiest action and surprises! Witness the jaw-dropping conclusion of “World War She-Hulk!” Learn the true purpose of the prehistoric Avengers! Uncover the shocking secret of the Iron Inquisitor! Behold the most powerful collection of super-psychopaths that any Earth has ever see...

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Merlyn reviewed Avengers #50 Dec 1, 2021

I dropped this book a long time ago because it was unreadable but I wanted to get back for the anniversary at least. And I had some fun. One of the reasons I had fun is that I could feel Aaron's pain for having to turn She-Hulk back to her sexy self, probably because of the tv show. Dude still carries a grudge for fans hating his version of She-Hulk and he peppered the book with hints at that, jus more

Avengers #50

By: Jason Aaron, Javier Garron
Released: Dec 1, 2021

COMMEMORATING LEGACY #750! Supersize extravaganza of Earth’s mightiest action and surprises! Witness the jaw-dropping conclusion of “World War She-Hulk!” Learn the true purpose of the prehistoric Avengers! Uncover the shocking secret of the Iron Inquisitor! Behold the most powerful collection of super-psychopaths that any Earth has ever see...

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Merlyn - Dec 3, 2021

Decent response, you're not wrong. I'm glad you enjoyed it. I also remember liking the first arc but then it started going downhill faster and faster. I know some people liked it but overall the reaction to it was very mixed and Aaron's childish tantrums didn't help either.

DDJamesB - Dec 7, 2021

I loved Jane Thor.

Sollywoods reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #77 Oct 27, 2021

The little comment about Broccoli men, referencing the awesome but mostly forgotten nextwave series by Warren Ellis from 2007ish was enough to make this issue awesome. Now if only the captain makes an appearance I will give that issue a 10 regardless of everything else.

Amazing Spider-Man #77

By: Kelly Thompson, Sara Pichelli
Released: Oct 27, 2021

• Kelly Thompson and Sara Pichelli pick up the baton to define this new era for Spider-Man.
•  The Beyond Corporation has retuned and this is your chance to meet the people who've brought you the new (and improved) Spider-Man.
•  There's a target on Spider-Man's back and one of his classic villains is out for blood.


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Sollywoods reviewed Avengers #49 Oct 15, 2021

I'm so bored with Jason Aaron on Avengers. There was nothing particularly bad about this but despite the action in the issue, I was bored while reading it. Again. This happens a lot during Aaron's Avengers.

Avengers #49

By: Jason Aaron, Javi Garron
Released: Oct 13, 2021

"WORLD WAR SHE-HULK" Goes Nuclear!
War beneath the waves. The Winter Hulk has been sent to Atlantis with a dark mission. And things will get even darker and bloodier if the Russian super-assassin Red Widow has her way. But no matter who wins, She-Hulk and the Avengers will be changed forever! And next month, it all explodes in AVENGERS #750!

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Afre reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #76 Oct 13, 2021

Remember what I said last week? That it's good, go read it. Same thing here.

Now that the uininitiated are out of here, let's talk about this issue.

First of all,, I just love Gleason's art. It's just so good.

Second. Let's talk about Ben. I'm one of those odd people who don't mind clone saga that much. My oldest comics are Spider-Man's clone saga so they have a more

Amazing Spider-Man #76

By: Zeb Wells, Patrick Gleason
Released: Oct 13, 2021

• The unthinkable has happened.
•  Zeb Wells and Patrick Gleason will remind you why you love (and hate) comics.

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Afre - Oct 13, 2021

Okay? Very interesting choice for editorial to do that...

daspidaboy - Oct 13, 2021

the feeling when the recent two issues is somehow better than Nick Spencer's Spider-Man run

Sollywoods reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #75 Oct 6, 2021

I enjoyed this a lot! I almost have it a 10 but one minor gripe, maybe being a bit overly critical but a 9.5 is pretty good. First off, for me this was a comic I read and then immediately read again. You know it's good when that happens!

I'm a fan of Ben Reilly and was really hoping he would be written better than his last series a few years ago. And he was! I always enjoyed Peter and more

Amazing Spider-Man #75

By: Zeb Wells, Patrick Gleason
Released: Oct 6, 2021

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN is back to thrice-monthly because this story is pure jet fuel. Ben Reilly has returned to NYC and has fully taken back the mantle of Spider-Man, but what does this mean for Peter Parker? The greatest team of web-writers has come together with the most epic arachnid-artists ever assembled to bring you a Spider-story that will shak...

Sollywoods reviewed Guardians of the Galaxy #18 Sep 22, 2021

I hadn't realised the series was over with this. That's very disappointing.

The issue itself was pretty good. 8 might be generous of me but I'm keeping it because I've enjoyed the character work, more than the overall plot. There's a lot of characters involved and they were written well. I well written dr doom is among my favourite reads and I was not disappointed.

The plot more

Guardians of the Galaxy #18

By: Al Ewing, Juan Frigeri
Released: Sep 22, 2021

•  The Guardians and their allies are being overrun on all fronts by the Mindless Armies of Dormammu. There's only one hope for the galaxy as we know it.
•   ROCKET RACCOON has a plan. All he needs to know is Dormammu's weak spot.
•   Dormammu doesn't have a weak spot.
•   Uh-oh.

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Sollywoods reviewed Batman: The Detective #5 Sep 22, 2021

This was the best issue of the series so far! I wish the main batman line was this good! I'm not going to say I was completely surprised at the reveals but really, I don't need needless shock value, it's still a lot of fun. I'm like that this issue provided the main reveal which will let the final issue be a properly climax of the story.

My only complaint, and its minor, is just how co more

Batman: The Detective #5

By: Tom Taylor, Andy Kubert
Released: Sep 22, 2021

Equilibrium unmasked! Falling further behind the villainous Equilibrium, Batman enlists the help of the European Alliance of the Bat in hopes of turning the case around! With Squire in tow, the Dark Knight attempts to thwart a mass execution in Belgium in brutal, epic fashion!

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Sollywoods reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #73 Sep 8, 2021

This gets an automatic pass for retconning past sins. I enjoy the heavy attention to continuity. Not enough writers write as though they've not even read a Wikipedia article on the character (I'm referring to you Loeb and Bendis). I like Spencer is trying to weave everything together. The problem, and why I just can't rate it any higher, was that even for someone like myself, who has read all of t more

Amazing Spider-Man #73

By: Nick Spencer, Federico Vicentini
Released: Sep 8, 2021

• We can't tell you a single thing that happens here without spoiling just about every issue that comes out between the time you're reading this and when ASM #73 comes out.
Rated T+

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allenquanobi - Sep 9, 2021

Completely agree, people seem to just love this because it is a retcon that everyone wanted. The writing here is so bad, and the journey to get here has been so tiresome

Sollywoods reviewed Sinister War #4 Sep 1, 2021

I thought this was better than the previous issue but it still was just a drawn out fight. I did enjoy Dr. Oct's role. It would have been disappointing if he was just another guy chasing spiderman in this mess. my favourite part of the whole series was seeing Otto do what he does best. I do miss him as superior spiderman. On the other hand, I did not like how Morlan was handled. It seems like a si more

Sinister War #4

By: Nick Spencer, Mark Bagley
Released: Sep 1, 2021

• Things just got worse for Spider-Man. IT Didn't seem possible, but it's true.
•   If you think you have seen Spider-Man take a beating, you haven't seen anything this brutal.
Rated T+

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Sollywoods reviewed Cable: Reloaded #1 Aug 25, 2021

If you are buying this because you are a Cable fan and X-Force fan from the 90's, you will probably enjoy this comic. If you are just following the Last Annihilation story, you can skip this. I found it boring. When you are reading through a comic and start counting how many pages are left, wanting it to finish, that's not a good sign. It's the same feeling I've had when reading old 90's Cable com more

Cable: Reloaded #1

By: Al Ewing, Bob Quinn
Released: Aug 25, 2021

It's a new era, in a new galaxy, that's under siege from a deadly new threat...but you can still rely on one man. Cable is locked, loaded and landing on the deadliest planet in X-history - to steal the ultimate weapon...and stop the LAST ANNIHILATION!
Rated T+

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Sollywoods reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #72 Aug 25, 2021

How does still nothing happen? Is the next issue going to be massively oversized? There's a good story in here, at least I think so, but the pacing is worse then reading something written by Bendis.

The art is decent. Nothing wowing but no complaints.

What we did get was some retconning for Norman, nothing terrible that ruins his past, I don't even mind how they worked that more

Amazing Spider-Man #72

By: Nick Spencer, Marcelo Ferreira
Released: Aug 25, 2021

• Over in Sinister War, Spider-Man is facing two Sinister Sixes.
•  But, then, what is he doing HERE?
•  Just want to say, trying not to spoil - you don't quite understand how intense and impossible this situation is for Peter Parker.
Rated T+

Sollywoods reviewed Sinister War #3 Aug 19, 2021

Nothing happens. A few villains get added to the mix but not in a plot progressive way. The first issue was good at setting this up. The second issue had mostly brawling but at least explained how, if only basically, Kindred got all these villains set on their course. More story could've been told but it was something. This issue just gives more fighting. And fighting that ignores Spidey was stabb more

Sinister War #3

By: Nick Spencer, Mark Bagley
Released: Aug 18, 2021

• You haven't read the end of SINISTER WAR #2 yet, but when you do, YOU WILL BE VERY MAD YOU HAD TO WAIT TWO WEEKS FOR THIS!
•  Things have never been worse for Spider-Man, and it'll be a MIRACLE if he makes it through this alive.
Rated T+

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Sollywoods reviewed Batman: The Detective #2 May 13, 2021

I am really enjoying this batman story. I stopped reading batman partway through Kings run but kept tabs on how things were and this series got my attention. It's been well worth it so far. I have wanted a good detective story from batman for a while and so far this is hitting the spot.

The art is fantastic. It always great to see anything Kubert draws.

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Batman: The Detective #2

By: Tom Taylor, Andy Kubert
Released: May 12, 2021

The bestselling team of writer Tom Taylor and artist Andy Kubert continue their epic Batman adventure!
Batman’s European adventure continues as the mystery around the organization known as Equilibrium deepens! Just who are these enigmatic villains, and why are they out to erase the Dark Knight’s legacy? And how does Henri Ducard play in...

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Sollywoods - May 13, 2021

It should read "we have 14 year old Squire", I left out the 14 and didn't catch it.


I'm still loving this series. I was worried this issue would be a wasted tie in issue but I thought it worked really well and used the event in a reasonable way while still pushing the main GotG plot forward with StarLord. I'm excited for more. The new OP Quill I like. I hope he gets his fun personality back but it's understandable he seems out of touch as he's been away over a 100 flarking years more

Guardians of the Galaxy #10

By: Al Ewing, Juan Cabal
Released: Jan 6, 2021

•  KNULL and his dragons are cleansing entire worlds of life. SPARTAX is their next target - and the GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY can't save it alone.
•  It's a good day for the return of the legendary STAR-LORD...
•  Meanwhile, as the team battle cosmic horror, something ...

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Sollywoods reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #56 Jan 6, 2021

This was hard to rate. It's by no means a bad comic and the art is great.

It's been said by other reviewers and I will reiterate. Nothing happens. I mean, yes stuff happens, but not what was teased and what led on readers. Then main overall progression from LR was the identity of Kindred. The rest was all tease. Are we going to wait for issue 100 or something to get it all out?
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Amazing Spider-Man #56

By: Nick Spencer, Mark Bagley
Released: Jan 6, 2021

•  You will never look at Norman or Harry Osborn the same again.
•  We know SPIDER-MAN won't.

Rated T+

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Sollywoods reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #55 Dec 30, 2020

I wanted to give it a 10 because it was a great issue BUT nothing concludes here! What the hell are they thinking by saying this is a conclusion issue. It's still on a cliff hanger, nothing is resolved, it's still in the middle of the damn story! It's a good story, I'm enjoying it, but a little pissed off at feeling like I was lied to. If you haven't read it yet, know that it's a great middle chap more

Amazing Spider-Man #55

By: Nick Spencer, Patrick Gleason
Released: Dec 30, 2020

•  "LAST REMAINS" ends and will make you look at Spider-Man differently. It'll make Peter look at himself differently.
•  If you thought the buildup TO Kindred was intense, the fallout FROM Kindred is even more devastating.
Rated T+

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Sollywoods reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #54 Dec 9, 2020

While its true that this issue will fit in very well in a trade as part of a bigger picture, not many answers given or progress made, it was still fantastic! Whatever Harry has become is truly frightening and I have no idea how this will end!

And kinda spoilery - did he just kill Peter several times? Getting Ben Reilly vibes. Evil Ben was kinda stupid but still - the whole I died and c more

Amazing Spider-Man #54

By: Nick Spencer, Mark Bagley
Released: Dec 9, 2020

•  The punishment of Spider-Man at the hands of Kindred continues.
•  But Kindred isn't just punishing Spider-Man anymore...
Rated T

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