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    The "Amazing Spider-Man" creative team is about to get a little bigger because
    veteran comics writer Mark Waid has signed on to do an arc of the series. CBR
    News spoke with Waid and Editor Stephen Wacker about their plans for the Wall-
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    Awesome news. I hope the fantastic storytelling continues.

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    Damn you Waid!

    I might have to buy Spidey again. I haven't bought it since Quesada committed character assassination on him!

    In that art work Spider Man is using a little point and shoot camera. That is pretty bad attention to detail, a news paper would never accept photos of the type of quality those things produce. He would use a nice big full frame DSLR like a Canon 1DS III.

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    Great news.Waid is an excellent writer!Also,those pages by Romita Jr are gorgeous!

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    Waid is among my favorite writers.

    Great news!!

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    Priase Metphesto!

    This is great news!!!
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    Not about the nostalgia...sure Waid, sure...whatever...

    Romita Jr's artwork looks sublime in colour...but Slott having "Menace Jane" take out a Barack Obama van? C'mon, MJ's fans arent all liberal...much...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZT4 View Post
    Not about the nostalgia...sure Waid, sure...whatever...

    Romita Jr's artwork looks sublime in colour...but Slott having "Menace Jane" take out a Barack Obama van? C'mon, MJ's fans arent all liberal...much...
    you do not understand

    It's Waid back at Marvel(= Mega ) and I'll bet he'll be tapped to fix the mess Miller is doing on the FF after
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZT4 View Post
    Not about the nostalgia...sure Waid, sure...whatever...

    Romita Jr's artwork looks sublime in colour...but Slott having "Menace Jane" take out a Barack Obama van? C'mon, MJ's fans arent all liberal...much...
    Pretty sure that was supposed to be Hollister on that van.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesOliva View Post
    Pretty sure that was supposed to be Hollister on that van.
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    The only work I've read of Mark Waid is Spider-Man: House Of M and I wasn't too keen on that story. However I've heard good things about him especially his Fantastic Four run with the late Mike Wieringo. So I will give him the benefit of the doubt and await his upcoming Amazing Spider-Man story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Venom View Post
    The only work I've read of Mark Waid is Spider-Man: House Of M and I wasn't too keen on that story. However I've heard good things about him especially his Fantastic Four run with the late Mike Wieringo. So I will give him the benefit of the doubt and await his upcoming Amazing Spider-Man story.
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    I'll hold of judgement till I read it... I'm unsure after the last we were meant to get Waid on Spider-Man. He went to DC and we were left with an sub-par HOM mini that made no sense whats so ever in the overall story. It always felt completely unprofessional to me, I'll give him a shot though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadXMan View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    The Fantastic Four run is collected in a series of three hardcovers. It is probably his strongest work, especially the sixteen issue epic that begins with a change in Doctor Doom, and ends with the Fantastic Four going to heaven.
    Just to go on a tangent, but as much as I love that FF run, I'd put Waid's Flash run over it, easily.


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