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Posted: Thu Sep 10, 2020 at 10:26:24 am EDT (Viewed 104 times)
Reply Subj: Amazing Spider-Man#48: First Order
Posted: Thu Sep 10, 2020 at 02:04:36 am EDT (Viewed 136 times)
Another good read - more for characterization than clashes. But the last panel pre-emptive promise of that fight with friends is exciting. Especially for an anniversary issue - even if it will predictably amount to just unscathed sparring. It's disappointing that you point out the arc conclusion may not happen there, too. Plus, this thread link preview depresses me some: https://www.comicboards.com/php/show.php?msg=smb-2020090611021536 taking away from the promise. Fingers crossed it's at least as good as this installment.
The grabber cover was an... interesting cover choice IFfff it was symbolic of Peter having 'his hands tied' trying to decide how to handle thing. If the misleading scenario was just because the story had Ravencroft in it - then not as good.
Miles as a PERMANENT resident of 616, since Owen rewrote reality after Secret Wars, has been a HUGE PET PEEVE because how poorly it has been explored/evolving. OG Clone Saga level pet peeve! Story scripts plainly ignoring the fact that 1610 SINCE 2005 has eventually become... selectively somewhat placating. "Miles is here, his friends and family backstory may be identical to what it was or it may NOT be, whatever, get use to it." But here his mention of his alt-Green Goblin battles just seemed to reopen those continuity-crumudgeon wounds. #toomanyspiderfolk
This ish seemed to have an important development when Sin-Eater transfers actual Kindred power to the mobs and they use it to hurt 'sinners' and not just purge them. It would support Peter's side of the debate if any of the "Order of the Web" paid attention to this, eh. Are they really going with a group codename like that?! Hope not.
Your right about alt-Gwen having a good and deep scene with Peter. If she HAS to be a part of 616 continuity elsewhere then it's good to get proper exposition for her in this title, too. The deet about her being on Earth-65 over half the time was a very appreciated (and offers No-Prize potential for appearance-logic inconsistencies). Your inferred observation was curious to note, too.
Similarly it was great to catch up with Julia! Why the Avengers wouldn't try to re-recruit such a seasoned pre-cog is such a shame. Or at least tell a story in that title of her reason for turning them down - especially after umpteen Event Crises that have hurt Earth. Of course, she's probably wrong reading this sitch, so maybe unconfirmed Reserve Status is good enough for her.
So, Anya 'Araña' Corazon has her powers back? When/how did that happen?
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