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Jeff m.

Member Since: Mon Jan 13, 2020
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Rodimus

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Subj: Re: What are your PERSONAL classics?
Posted: Tue Mar 01, 2022 at 02:49:18 pm EST (Viewed 144 times)
Reply Subj: Re: What are your PERSONAL classics?
Posted: Mon Feb 28, 2022 at 04:48:47 pm EST (Viewed 149 times)

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    Kraven's Last Hunt is great, the Death of Gwen Stacy will always be a milestone, the origin is timeless, Standing up to the Juggernaut was classic Spidey. However, the way some of the stories are talked about you would think his thousands of comics only gave a handful of readable stories.



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    What Spider-man stories mean the world to you, but never seem to get any love? More importantly, why?


Aside from Spider-Man 2099 (of course), as he's as different from Peter/Spidey as he is the same, the egotistical sense of humor, etc.). I'd have to say:

The 70's Clone Saga (have the TPB)
Maximum Carnage (bought and read all the original issues when they came out)

I always really liked Maximum Carnage. I think its a great demonstration of why Spidey's classic heroism takes, as compared to Venom and the other anti-heroes, is the right way to go.

Jeff
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