New Issues Archive
Two issues in and the new Amazing Spider-Man (volume 4) status quo isn’t going anywhere. Find out what I think about ASM #2 (by Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli) in my review at the superiorspidertalk.com. Then, stay tuned as Dan Gvozden and I release our next podcast about the issue
If you haven’t made your way over to superiorspidetalk.com yet, be sure to click on the following link and read my review of The Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #2. This is a series that seems to be getting better and better. Get more information on superiorspidertalk.com.
The fourth chapter in Gerry Conway and Carlo Barberi’s “gang war” focused “Spiral,” aka, Amazing Spider-Man #19.1, was recently released and you can check out my review of the story on superiorspidertalk.com.
Here it is folks, my debut review as part of the “all-new” (Marvel loves that phrase, right?) superiorspidertalk.com. Check out my thoughts on The Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #1 by Dan Slott and Adam Kubert. Was it as controversial as everyone expected?
While this most recent arc of Amazing Spider-Man has clearly lacked the pomp and circumstance of “Spider-Verse,” or “Goblin Nation,” Amazing Spider-Man #18 still reads as an anti-climatic finale for a series that is set to go on some semblance of a hiatus while Marvel gets its Secret Wars
Since Amazing Spider-Man’s “Spiral” arc kicked off last month, there’s been a lot of chatter about how it has been a welcomed return to Spidey’s “street level” roots. And that’s undeniably true, especially in light of the past two years of Spider-Man storylines. But what I’ve appreciated most about
I can’t remember the last time I was at a place of just sheer indifference with Amazing Spider-Man. We’re now a few issues past the conclusion of “Spider-Verse,” a storyline that elicited a rather visceral reaction from me, and a few installments away from “Renew Your Vows,” which will
The writer who sheepishly refers to himself as the “man who killed Gwen Stacy,” proved this week that 25 years removed from his last sustained run on a Spider-Man ongoing series and 40 years removed from his final issue of Amazing Spider-Man, he has as much of a handle
If you were to look up the term “transitory comic book issue” in the dictionary, you would probably get a picture of Amazing Spider-Man #16 – which is not necessarily a bad thing, especially after the past six months of exhausting, Multiverse-spanning stories that were the bread and butter
The first issue that connected to “Spider-Verse” — a prologue published in Superior Spider-Man #32 — was published last August, more than six months ago. Just looking at that sentence is difficult to believe, not necessarily because six months is a very long time for a modern comic book