Quote:I'll give this 3 and half stars.
That score (presumably out of 5) is fair enough but this was the most fluff -if not worst- ish of the run. A mundane 'day in the life' chapter. There was no tease/excitement with this first status report of 8 years later. Meh. Annie is older but old man acted like he got younger the way he shrunk with intimidation from Professor Wolverine. Bah. IMO, "Spiderling" is a good unique codename but her subplot desire to change it was the only curiousity of the ish. Other than that, there was a umpteenth Danger Room fake action session, 3 pages of cuddly Wolverine attitude, an 'are we there yet' car ride transition, a sugary family outing at Coney Island Park, a baffling ball toss failure, and it suddenly ends with what would have been an energizing Lizard attack - that is completely undermined by the preview of the beautiful next cover spoiler. Hmm... This might be good jumping off point - which was my intention after the first issue but it was worth reading for the whole year.
Source of the preview pages hotlinks:
Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows (2016-) #13
| > Jump eight years into the future with the web-slinging and wall-crawling Spider-Man family! Peter Parker and Mary Jane's super-powered daughter, Annie, is now in high school. But when this teen isn't in class, she's swinging through the streets with her parents. After all, keeping New York safe from super villains is a family affair! But what new threat has emerged to menace the wall-crawlers?|
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Good to know your thoughts mate. I admit I probably have overrated this issue due to my enjoyment of the marriage status quo.