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Cbasfrench

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Ned Leeds Jr. 
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Subj: Re: Amazing Spider-Man 577 ... Excellent!
Posted: Thu Nov 13, 2008 at 10:44:50 am EST (Viewed 92 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Amazing Spider-Man 577 ... Excellent!
Posted: Thu Nov 13, 2008 at 10:14:46 am EST (Viewed 99 times)


> > > Without giving any spoilers, I found this to be the best Spidey story I have read so far, after the OMD thing. You guys should pick this book up, even if you hate the current direction. Just check it out, you are in for a treat!
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> > I enjoyed it too. I was hoping to get a copy with the variant cover by Sal Buscema but my LCS didn't have any. Boo.
> >
> > This team-up, of Spidey and Punisher, was classic. Another great story by Zeb Wells and the art, though different, wasn't too shabby. It personally reminded me of Tim Sale, to a certain extent.
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> I didn't get a Tim Sale vibe from it, but the Punisher certainly appeared much more thuggish than he often does. It worked for the story.
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> I enjoyed the story and would have to go back and reread it to figure out exactly how Wells did it, but this particular issue really exemplified the contrast between Spider-Man's character and the Punisher's, from flippant remarks made to bullying attitude as well as physical depictions.
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> Ned

I loved the part where Spider-Man finds Punisher in the warehouse and Carlo's dead body is stuck in a steel barrel upside down. It was as if it was a normal thing for the two of them to see a dead body like that. Know what I mean...they were trading comments back and forth while these two legs stuck out of that barrel.

Was this Wells' last issue on AZM?




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