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It's the story that turned Spider-Man's world upsidedown, as a dying Doctor Octopus hatches his master plan for vengeance against Spider-Man: he will become him! As Peter Parker suddenly awakens to find himself trapped in the failing body of his greatest foe, Otto Octavius rejoices in the power and youth of his new spidery form. Can Peter switch their minds back before his It's the story that turned Spider-Man's world upsidedown, as a dying Doctor Octopus hatches his master plan for vengeance against Spider-Man: he will become him! As Peter Parker suddenly awakens to find himself trapped in the failing body of his greatest foe, Otto Octavius rejoices in the power and youth of his new spidery form. Can Peter switch their minds back before his time runs out? Yes...and no! As Peter's story comes to a dramatic close, Otto vows to become better than his old foe in every possible way. Smarter, stronger...he will be the Superior Spider-Man! But even with his newfound sense of heroism and responsibility, can Otto survive his heroic baptism of fire against the new Sinister Six? A new era of web-slinging excitement starts NOW! COLLECTING: Amazing Spider -Man 698-700, Superior Spider -Man 1-5


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It's the story that turned Spider-Man's world upsidedown, as a dying Doctor Octopus hatches his master plan for vengeance against Spider-Man: he will become him! As Peter Parker suddenly awakens to find himself trapped in the failing body of his greatest foe, Otto Octavius rejoices in the power and youth of his new spidery form. Can Peter switch their minds back before his It's the story that turned Spider-Man's world upsidedown, as a dying Doctor Octopus hatches his master plan for vengeance against Spider-Man: he will become him! As Peter Parker suddenly awakens to find himself trapped in the failing body of his greatest foe, Otto Octavius rejoices in the power and youth of his new spidery form. Can Peter switch their minds back before his time runs out? Yes...and no! As Peter's story comes to a dramatic close, Otto vows to become better than his old foe in every possible way. Smarter, stronger...he will be the Superior Spider-Man! But even with his newfound sense of heroism and responsibility, can Otto survive his heroic baptism of fire against the new Sinister Six? A new era of web-slinging excitement starts NOW! COLLECTING: Amazing Spider -Man 698-700, Superior Spider -Man 1-5

30 review for The Superior Spider-Man, Volume 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dave Schaafsma

    I read it because a lot of Goodreads friends had initially been raving about it. I'm not a Spidey fan, but this one is interesting. I liked it! It's a hardcover collecting Amazing Spiderman #698-700, which you need as background, and Superior Spiderman #1-5. The deal is, a dying Doctor Octopus decides to BECOME Spiderman, but Ock vows to become even better. . . he will BE the Superior Spider-Man! By some complicated plot twist, they inhabit each other's bodies, and Dr Ock likes the opportunity t I read it because a lot of Goodreads friends had initially been raving about it. I'm not a Spidey fan, but this one is interesting. I liked it! It's a hardcover collecting Amazing Spiderman #698-700, which you need as background, and Superior Spiderman #1-5. The deal is, a dying Doctor Octopus decides to BECOME Spiderman, but Ock vows to become even better. . . he will BE the Superior Spider-Man! By some complicated plot twist, they inhabit each other's bodies, and Dr Ock likes the opportunity to be a younger, more vibrant do-gooder. How long can that last? We'll see. What will the villain be able to do as a hero against the Sinister Six? How will he and his friends adjust? Will they catch on that this is not really the Peter Parker they once knew? And if not, why not? Kinda inventive, kinda dumb, kinda interesting. Various fine artists including Ryan Stegman and Hubert Ramos do the honors in these first issues. I think it's hard after all these years of Spiderman making to come up with something original but this one is, and it seemed to take the Spiderverse by storm. Okay, I liked it fine!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Pasaan Smith

    This is a wonderful book I loved the ending, is perfect.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lono

    So let me start by saying I’m not a Spidey fan. Sure, I’ve read a bunch of his books in the past because I liked an artist or author, but never was so stoked by a title that I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the next collection. The Superior Spider-Man has changed that. This is not only my favorite Spidey book EVER, it has earned a spot on my list of all-time favorites. Now that that’s out of the way, the hardback collection I read also included Amazing Spider-Man #698 – 700 along with Superior So let me start by saying I’m not a Spidey fan. Sure, I’ve read a bunch of his books in the past because I liked an artist or author, but never was so stoked by a title that I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the next collection. The Superior Spider-Man has changed that. This is not only my favorite Spidey book EVER, it has earned a spot on my list of all-time favorites. Now that that’s out of the way, the hardback collection I read also included Amazing Spider-Man #698 – 700 along with Superior #1 – 5, but I couldn’t find it in Goodreads so I put my review here. Here's the dust jacket cover image from the hardcover collection. Sweet. Dan who? Never heard of him. Not really true, as I have read a smattering of his stuff in the past. But nothing that touches this. Had every one of my Goodreads pals not raved about this title I almost certainly wouldn’t have even picked it up. Mr. Slott took a character and storyline I had no interest in and owned that shit. Watching Ock interact with everyone in Peter’s life as Peter or Spidey was fantastic. I previously thought it would be impossible for Slott to convince me that a life-long villain wanted to be a hero. He did it in an entertaining and plausible way. Ock doesn’t just want to be a hero, he wants to be a “superior” hero. Some of the stuff he comes up with (new spider-suit, spider-bots, and spider-apps) is just great. And Otto also does what any portly middle-aged nerd would do if given the young muscular body of a professional soccer player. Right. He's gonna smash MJ. Can’t blame him. And “spirit” Peter gets to watch the whole thing. And then there’s the art. For years I have been jealous of the long list of great artists that worked on a title I really had no interest in. Well not anymore. The art throughout this collection was top notch. Especially the stuff by Humberto Ramos, Ryan Stegman, and Giuseppe Camuncoli. All three brought the kind of dynamic and kinetic work this title needed to make it a classic. Glad to see all of them continue to contribute to future volumes and this insures that I’ll be back for more. UPDATE 8/25/14 - This is the actual edition of the book I reviewed (not Superior Spider-Man Vol 1 softcover)and could not locate on Goodreads at the time of the initial review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    James De León

    I know some people like to hate on Dan Slott sometimes due to his writing, but it’s hard to do it for this title. The premise is (comic book) simple: Dr. Ock is in a prison of maximum security and is dying. Peter’s life is (for once) going pretty well - he’s thinking about getting back with MJ and is even a part-time Avenger. But we’re talking about Peter Parker here, so…things are obviously about to change because Dr. Ock is going to switch bodies with Peter! It was a silly idea that got Slott I know some people like to hate on Dan Slott sometimes due to his writing, but it’s hard to do it for this title. The premise is (comic book) simple: Dr. Ock is in a prison of maximum security and is dying. Peter’s life is (for once) going pretty well - he’s thinking about getting back with MJ and is even a part-time Avenger. But we’re talking about Peter Parker here, so…things are obviously about to change because Dr. Ock is going to switch bodies with Peter! It was a silly idea that got Slott in deep trouble with many fans, but he ultimate won them over by executing brilliantly. - Volume 1 - The first volume is pretty enjoyable and offers the setup. Dr. Ock succeeds in fighting Peter for control of Peter’s body. Dr. Ock then becomes determined to be a better Spider-Man than Peter ever was. He sees Peter as an underachiever and sets off to become a Superior Spider-Man. For example, in his personal life, he goes back to grad school to earn Peter his doctorate. As Spider-Man, he sets off little robots around the city to help him fight crime more efficiently. This being a different Spider-Man, villains soon learn that Spidey is not messing around and will not think twice to break their jaw. In terms of the art, I think it was okay. It serves the story well and moves it forward. The artists (e.g., Ramos) often drew the character with an obloid-skinny-like shape that just doesn’t sit right with me. It looks too cartoony - I know, I know. It’s a comic book, but it still could have been better. It’s just too pointy. Too thick and too skinny all at once. The story is what really shines. One thing that bothered me throughout the series was how the Avengers reacted to Spidey’s newfound ways of handling crime. It’s a bit hypocritical that Cap, Black Widow, Wolverine, Thor, and Spider-Woman would act so sanctimonious about the way he was handling villains. Yes, you can tell the guy ‘hey you’re acting weird, cmon’ but really? Going as far as fight him? - I get it, it adds some good ole superhero tension, but you’ve all done worse. 7/10 for the art and 9/10 for the story

  5. 4 out of 5

    Emily Schirmer

    Well, I am definitely going to keep reading these! I don’t know why it has taken me so long to start reading these. I will admit without any shame that I have never before read a Spider-Man comic. Nope; like many people, I became a fan of the many Marvel superheroes through the awesome films that have been made in recent years. I’d watch the movies, then immediately want to watch them again. I’d go to bed and dream about being part of a world where my favorite superheroes actually did exist. I lo Well, I am definitely going to keep reading these! I don’t know why it has taken me so long to start reading these. I will admit without any shame that I have never before read a Spider-Man comic. Nope; like many people, I became a fan of the many Marvel superheroes through the awesome films that have been made in recent years. I’d watch the movies, then immediately want to watch them again. I’d go to bed and dream about being part of a world where my favorite superheroes actually did exist. I loved the stories so much that I needed more. Hence: “The Superior Spider-Man, Vol. 1.” Beginning with the more recent “Marvel Now” comics was a smart idea. As much as I love Spider-Man, I don’t think I’d need to go back to 1962 and start the story from the very beginning. The awesome movies have helped me get enough background that I understand Peter Parker’s basic story. And although there were characters in this first volume who I did not recognize, it by no means took away from the story itself. And I’m certain that as I continue with the series, I’ll forget there ever was a time when those characters were unfamiliar to me. Besides, if I can’t wait to build that familiarity, I’m sure there is someone out there even nerdier than me who can fill me in on all the missing details. : ) All in all, I was very happy with this first volume. I’m a rookie when it comes to reading graphic novels – but that made the experience even more thrilling. I couldn’t believe all the cliffhangers! And the artwork? Amazing. Not to mention the fact that I was all-too-happy to be closer to Spider-Man himself. I loved that, for more than a few pages, I was able to enter back into that world that I loved: a world with Peter Parker’s dry sense of humor; a world with constant excitement and endless new developments; a world with our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. So how would I describe my overall experience reading “The Superior Spider-Man, Vol. 1”??? To put it in terms we all can understand: It was crazy-town banana-pants.

  6. 5 out of 5

    B

    This is a strange book because it goes back and includes "Dying Wish." So you get to relive THAT. Even the weird filler. OK. I think the authors made a mistake in introducing "Ghost Peter" too soon. There's a kayfabe that they're playing with here . . . . There's no way that Peter Parker isn't ultimately restored. The return to status quo is even more of a necessity given the incredible line of spinoffs, movies, &c., than it used to be. So you wonder how they are prepared to get that done. The ot This is a strange book because it goes back and includes "Dying Wish." So you get to relive THAT. Even the weird filler. OK. I think the authors made a mistake in introducing "Ghost Peter" too soon. There's a kayfabe that they're playing with here . . . . There's no way that Peter Parker isn't ultimately restored. The return to status quo is even more of a necessity given the incredible line of spinoffs, movies, &c., than it used to be. So you wonder how they are prepared to get that done. The other weird thing is . . . . Kaine as Scarlet Spider . . . this is just a story that keeps happening over and over again. Spider-Man, All Power, No Responsibility. There's a logic created by the universe of Spider-Man stories. In most Spider-Man stories, Spider-Man is outgunned and still manages to win. So the corollary is that he has some sort of magic protagonist powers that make him the most powerful being in the universe. So the only possible way to up the stakes is to put him against his own moral core. At least that's what I'm thinking now . . . . I wonder if there's a list of "dudes with spider powers without moral responsibility." There's blacksuit Spider-Man, the original Spider Woman, Venom, Kaine as Scarlet Spider, Flash Thompson Venom, Toxin, New Warrior Scarlet Spider . . . . Are there more? Massacre and Spider-Man feel like two sides of the same coin at this point, something I think the authors could have played up. The cola stuff winds up being a very weird sideline. I wonder what was intended.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Brandt

    When you have been writing Spider-Man stories for over fifty years, it's hard to come up with new ideas. You can kill of Peter Parker and have someone else be Spider-Man, a la Ultimate Spider-Man or you can put Spider-Man in a different time like in Spider-Man:2099. You can even come up with a convoluted storyline where there is a Peter Parker clone and HE becomes Spider-Man... ...but I digress. Usually when someone brings up the idea of replacing Peter Parker, people get pissed off. They love Pet When you have been writing Spider-Man stories for over fifty years, it's hard to come up with new ideas. You can kill of Peter Parker and have someone else be Spider-Man, a la Ultimate Spider-Man or you can put Spider-Man in a different time like in Spider-Man:2099. You can even come up with a convoluted storyline where there is a Peter Parker clone and HE becomes Spider-Man... ...but I digress. Usually when someone brings up the idea of replacing Peter Parker, people get pissed off. They love Peter Parker! Because Peter was one of us...an awkward kid who somehow managed to become a hero. Dan Slott, being stuck with 50 years of Spider-Man to not duplicate came up with a new idea--not to get rid of Peter Parker, but for Doctor Octopus to assume his identity. At first the concept seems cheesy, but Slott explains it well and manages to make Octavius a hero in the process. Peter is still there, but he is buried so deeply in Octavius' subconscious that he acts more like the proverbial angel or demon resting on Octavius' shoulder. And even though taking over Peter's body saves Octavius from death, he is galled by the fact that all of his accomplishments will now be claimed by Peter Parker. I know that this scenario didn't last long (the series ran 33 issues, with two released after the fact) but still, that's almost three years of comics before restoring the status quo. So I'm looking forward to seeing where Slott takes this.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Teàrlach

    Every issue in this volume seems to have a good twist to it. Otto Octavius, as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, seems to be learning more and more about being one of the good guys while also sliding inexorably back into being not-so-good. I assume Peter will get his body back at some point, but I wonder what'll be left of his life and reputation (as Peter and Spidey) once Doc Ock is done with his Peter Parker Revamp. Every issue in this volume seems to have a good twist to it. Otto Octavius, as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, seems to be learning more and more about being one of the good guys while also sliding inexorably back into being not-so-good. I assume Peter will get his body back at some point, but I wonder what'll be left of his life and reputation (as Peter and Spidey) once Doc Ock is done with his Peter Parker Revamp.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Brian Childs

    Laugh out loud funny. This was a nice escape for a few hours from a stressful week.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Joshua Lawson

    There’s some specifics I get hung up on in Superior Spider-Man, but the broad strokes are mythological and great. After reading Joker War recently, rereading the first Superior Spider-Man arc, with its borrowed Batman imagery and Joker analog, was particularly satisfying.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Joakim Ax

    This is Spider-mans version of Batman knightfall, except that this is far, far better, or better yet, superior!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Scott Allen

    Spider-Man is my favorite comic book, but it's probably been a few years since I've actually kept up with any comics. So, I missed all of this as the issues were coming out, but with the way comics were headed at the time I can estimate that I probably would have been against this. I think the idea for this series is an interesting one, but ultimately it fails to provide a Spider-Man feel. I get making super heroes more gritty and believe that those developments in the history of comics were good Spider-Man is my favorite comic book, but it's probably been a few years since I've actually kept up with any comics. So, I missed all of this as the issues were coming out, but with the way comics were headed at the time I can estimate that I probably would have been against this. I think the idea for this series is an interesting one, but ultimately it fails to provide a Spider-Man feel. I get making super heroes more gritty and believe that those developments in the history of comics were good ones, but Spider-Man is different. And so, while I felt like this was an interesting concept to read, I do not feel like this did anything for the character of Spider-Man. I mean he killed his first person out of vengeance and anger and hate. Now the character will have to live with this forever and I don't think that it really developed the character in any meaningful ways. Just my two cents. The artwork was great though.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tom Malinowski

    For years I've collected Spider-Man on and off. It just depended whether I had the money, mood, or a particular artist/writer was working on it. This edition collects Amazing Spider-Man 698-700 and Superior Spider-Man 1-5. Doctor Octopus is on his deathbed. He somehow has the technology to swap bodies with Peter. So now Peter is dying in Doc Ock's body, and Otto is using Peter's body to not only save the day, but be a superior Spidey. When each has access to the other's memories, who will be triu For years I've collected Spider-Man on and off. It just depended whether I had the money, mood, or a particular artist/writer was working on it. This edition collects Amazing Spider-Man 698-700 and Superior Spider-Man 1-5. Doctor Octopus is on his deathbed. He somehow has the technology to swap bodies with Peter. So now Peter is dying in Doc Ock's body, and Otto is using Peter's body to not only save the day, but be a superior Spidey. When each has access to the other's memories, who will be triumphant? Some of the best storytelling out there. With Spider-Man being so iconic, where else can you take the webslinger? Great blend of action, fun, intrigue, and shockers all around.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Walker James

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Conceptually, this is a really interesting idea. But it got old very quickly as the art deteriorated and the stories all became some combination of "will he won't he kill that mass-murdering supervillain" and "MJ is rightfully angry with fake-Peter but will be again ignored," and it seemed every issue ended with the Green Goblin proclaiming "I am the Goblin King!" and cackling in the sewers. The best part of this was the return of Spider-Man's greatest nemesis, the dreaded Big Wheel. You see, Bi Conceptually, this is a really interesting idea. But it got old very quickly as the art deteriorated and the stories all became some combination of "will he won't he kill that mass-murdering supervillain" and "MJ is rightfully angry with fake-Peter but will be again ignored," and it seemed every issue ended with the Green Goblin proclaiming "I am the Goblin King!" and cackling in the sewers. The best part of this was the return of Spider-Man's greatest nemesis, the dreaded Big Wheel. You see, Big Wheel is a person stuck inside of a massive wheel. It doesn't get better than that, folks. I mean it. It doesn't.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rob Haug

    I haven’t been a comic reader for some time (though I won’t pretend not to enjoy them). Through some serendipitous crossover in my life, I found this story line. And I’m glad I did. Once again I am reminded that comic writers and artists are very talented people. Bringing a comic to life is no small feat. This could have been a really dumb story (Dock Ock and Spider-Man switching places), but it is not. It explores all the things you’d hope it would explore. Glad Spider-Man still has legs. Well wo I haven’t been a comic reader for some time (though I won’t pretend not to enjoy them). Through some serendipitous crossover in my life, I found this story line. And I’m glad I did. Once again I am reminded that comic writers and artists are very talented people. Bringing a comic to life is no small feat. This could have been a really dumb story (Dock Ock and Spider-Man switching places), but it is not. It explores all the things you’d hope it would explore. Glad Spider-Man still has legs. Well worth it. I think I’ll return to the comic world a bit more frequently (after I wrap up this story arc).

  16. 4 out of 5

    Todd

    This story is only kind of interesting. The main problem is that Otto isn't Peter. Peter is a god damn Avenger and not one of them seems to notice that Spider-Man is no longer Peter. Really? They do a good job of keeping the interactions between Peter and the other Avengers low in this volume so you don't have to think about it too much. But that's the problem. If a story falls apart after a little thought then you didn't really try very hard. That said. The story moves along and it is nice to se This story is only kind of interesting. The main problem is that Otto isn't Peter. Peter is a god damn Avenger and not one of them seems to notice that Spider-Man is no longer Peter. Really? They do a good job of keeping the interactions between Peter and the other Avengers low in this volume so you don't have to think about it too much. But that's the problem. If a story falls apart after a little thought then you didn't really try very hard. That said. The story moves along and it is nice to see that Peter really is his biggest enemy. Otto gets the day and Peter is a bum.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Phillip Berrie

    I really liked this book (Read 4.5 stars). The exploration of the character of Peter Parker as a ruthless genius with the powers of Spider-Man is fascinating to me and I look forward to seeing how this storyline plays out. My only issue with the story so far is the lack of any mention of Spider-Man's obligation to the Avengers. They are mentioned, but as the saying goes: 'With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility', and I really don't see a lot of that happening here. I really liked this book (Read 4.5 stars). The exploration of the character of Peter Parker as a ruthless genius with the powers of Spider-Man is fascinating to me and I look forward to seeing how this storyline plays out. My only issue with the story so far is the lack of any mention of Spider-Man's obligation to the Avengers. They are mentioned, but as the saying goes: 'With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility', and I really don't see a lot of that happening here.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sean

    Dan Slott pulls off something amazing here. The "body swapping" between heroes and villains has been done before but what he accomplishes here in Superior Spider-Man is a beautiful new twist. Seeing Ock's take on being Spidey is such a treat to witness. The clever and funny dialogue that Slott excels at is still present but the story is unbelievable. So smart and emotional, yet hilarious. Groundbreaking. The art by Ramos, Stegman, and Camuncoli is spectacular. Overall, simply fantastic. Dan Slott pulls off something amazing here. The "body swapping" between heroes and villains has been done before but what he accomplishes here in Superior Spider-Man is a beautiful new twist. Seeing Ock's take on being Spidey is such a treat to witness. The clever and funny dialogue that Slott excels at is still present but the story is unbelievable. So smart and emotional, yet hilarious. Groundbreaking. The art by Ramos, Stegman, and Camuncoli is spectacular. Overall, simply fantastic.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nate

    Man I wished I liked this more but it just didn't have the emotional impact as the conclusion of Bendis's Ultimate Spider-Man. That just killed me and emphasized the heroic everyman that Peter Parker is. This is well crafted and well drawn but really drags at times and the shorts in the middle of this collection are a bad tonal match for the rest of the book. Man I wished I liked this more but it just didn't have the emotional impact as the conclusion of Bendis's Ultimate Spider-Man. That just killed me and emphasized the heroic everyman that Peter Parker is. This is well crafted and well drawn but really drags at times and the shorts in the middle of this collection are a bad tonal match for the rest of the book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Karl

    I had a subscription to Amazing Spider-Man for decades. I stopped reading after the whole Brand New Day storyline. The Superior Spider-Man story arc makes me wish I had kept up my subscription. I loved the take on Spidey through the eyes of Doc Oc. Great art, wonderful (and original) story, what's not to like. I had a subscription to Amazing Spider-Man for decades. I stopped reading after the whole Brand New Day storyline. The Superior Spider-Man story arc makes me wish I had kept up my subscription. I loved the take on Spidey through the eyes of Doc Oc. Great art, wonderful (and original) story, what's not to like.

  21. 4 out of 5

    A M H

    The rise of the Superior Spider-Man. Otto's story was probably one of the best arcs in the Spider-Verse. Controversial on many accounts? Sure. But for those that gave Otto a chance may have found him to truly spectacular hero. He may not be your average 'friendly' neighborhood Spider-Man, but he tries his best to take down evil, and he does a great job of it. The rise of the Superior Spider-Man. Otto's story was probably one of the best arcs in the Spider-Verse. Controversial on many accounts? Sure. But for those that gave Otto a chance may have found him to truly spectacular hero. He may not be your average 'friendly' neighborhood Spider-Man, but he tries his best to take down evil, and he does a great job of it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Todd Ross

    Wow, this is getting me back into super hero comics big time. I never would have thought marvel would have the balls to stick to this arc like they have. I'm wondering if Peter will ever really be back. Wow, this is getting me back into super hero comics big time. I never would have thought marvel would have the balls to stick to this arc like they have. I'm wondering if Peter will ever really be back.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Mitchell

    Doc Octopus swaps brains with Peter Parker and then Doc Octopus dies. Sounds stupid and annoying. But instead it is incredibly creepy and pretty cool. Not a fun read but kind of an awesome one. Much much much better than I expected.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Adrienna

    I loved most of the talented artists and the story was intriguing but some writers didn't really connect the dots for me and one story I did bypass altogether. Overall I did enjoy it while at work during slow moments! I loved most of the talented artists and the story was intriguing but some writers didn't really connect the dots for me and one story I did bypass altogether. Overall I did enjoy it while at work during slow moments!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Obrigewitsch

    This was pretty entertaining, I like the idea and it gives a fresh perspective to Spider-man. This is the volume to get if you are just starting this story out, as it includes the last issues of Amazing Spiderman where Doc Oc takes over Spider-man's body and the immediate consequences. This was pretty entertaining, I like the idea and it gives a fresh perspective to Spider-man. This is the volume to get if you are just starting this story out, as it includes the last issues of Amazing Spiderman where Doc Oc takes over Spider-man's body and the immediate consequences.

  26. 5 out of 5

    LA Ayers

    It's nothing against the graphic novelists who created this work. Art was astounding. However, I HATE the concept of what happens. Had I known more than what the blurb on the back said before I picked it up, I wouldn't have bothered. I tried really hard to get into it, but I just can't. It's nothing against the graphic novelists who created this work. Art was astounding. However, I HATE the concept of what happens. Had I known more than what the blurb on the back said before I picked it up, I wouldn't have bothered. I tried really hard to get into it, but I just can't.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rob Ward

    This is definitely some cool writing for a comic. Worth checking out for any Spiderman fan.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    Such a good book! Great twist on Spidey. I can't wait to read vol 2! Such a good book! Great twist on Spidey. I can't wait to read vol 2!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Leen

    This plot is very new to me, I'm interested in seeing how things ravel out. This plot is very new to me, I'm interested in seeing how things ravel out.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    Heavy-handed with the "Noooo...what are you doing with my body!?!?!?" schtick, but balanced out by a coherent and not overly large storyline. Heavy-handed with the "Noooo...what are you doing with my body!?!?!?" schtick, but balanced out by a coherent and not overly large storyline.

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