I should warn you now; this is not the Spider-Man you are used to. Gone is the humble scientist who aspires to live up to his Uncle Ben’s inspiring words. Enter the arrogant mastermind who has a second chance to make a new impression. Recent developments have Otto Octavius now inside Peter Parker’s body. Big changes are always met with mixed feelings and now we get to see the maiden voyage of this new journey.
The Amazing Spider-Man #700 | Writer: Dan Slott, J.M. DeMatteis Jen Van Meter | Art: Humberto Ramos, Victor Olazaba and Giuseppe Camuncoil | Colors: Edgar Delgado & Antonio Fabela | Publisher: Marvel Comics | Price: $7.99 | From my column THE PULL LIST @ Forces of Geek.com
One of the most popular comic book series of our generation has come to an end. Unless you have been living under a rock, it was almost impossible to avoid the spoilers since they were released three weeks in advance. If that wasn’t enough, Dan Slott received very descriptive death threats for the tangled web he’s weaved.