Thanks. Here is another
Amazing Spider-Man #635
This was an exciting, inviting issue!!
Two enticing covers.
Fantastic art in BOTH stories.
Is that Mattie's leftover bones readers should assume that beast-demon is gnawing on?
Fair Madame Web know-all narration without spoiling the story any.
Loved the headshot to identify "Ezekiel's" narration -Marvel should do this idea all the time!!
Good fight scenes all (hence the Araña props).
Excellent "Ezekiel" reveal!!
Why didnt they say what happened to Arachne after the 1st fight - seemed like a slip up.
Cool pattern detail of spider blood dripping off the altar.
OBVIOUSLY Spidey cannot "die" but this cliche hero APPEARS to die and it looks real enough to make an effective SHOCK story moment with as sure as any superhero death scene.
Liked the cliffhanger in spite of its inevitable predictability.
Lets see more of those poolhall girls too!!
I miss my brother.
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