The Amazing Spider-Man #799 Capsule Review


Title: The Amazing Spider-Man #799

Publisher: Marvel Comics

Writer:  Dan Slott

Artist:  Stuart Immonen

Inker: Wade Von Grawbadger

Colorist: Marte Garcia

Lettering: VC’s Joe Caramagna

Cover Artist: Alex Ross; Ed McGuinness & Morry Hollowell; Humberto Ramos & Edgar Delgado

Review: ★★★★☆

Like Daredevil, Captain America, and Superman, The Amazing Spider-Man is approaching an issue of monstrous proportions. Let’s face it, Peter Parker has had a hard life. We are fortunate to have creators that have enjoyed giving him a hard time for some great action and drama over the years. Dan Slott has put in front of our hero one of the most difficult challenges ever. Love it or hate it, Norman Osborn has returned yet again, this time with a little help. Spidey got his butt kicked last issue and took some battle damage.  The Daily Bugle exploded and Norman Osborn is bonded with the Carnage symbiote. He is the Red Goblin now and Stuart Immonen makes him just plain terrifying. Peter throws just about everything he can at the Goblin to protect his friends. It’s all just a huge build up for the upcoming milestone issue, but it leaves us on a cliffhanger that will tug at the heart web strings.

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