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    What issue is that panel originally from?
    Anyway, great fun issue. I think this is the strongest issue of Avenging after the Captain America one and I'm really surprised at how well Spider-Man and She-Hulk gel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earmites View Post
    That and the "previously" page at the beginning...Having "Kitty Cats" as one of the character's bio made this issue for me
    That was great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E. Wilson View Post
    The context is that it's an edited panel.

    Anyway, I'll be in the minority that didn't really care for this issue one way or the other. "Avenging" is starting to lose me.
    oh.


    that makes me a lot less curious to the context of the panel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nosocialize100 View Post
    I was also confused by She-Hulk being mad. I guess...Spidey stole her tail?
    No, what happened was that she first thought tail was gone already, then Spidey makes her think its still there, she looks at her backside terrified and she gets mad that Spider-man made her look/get worried.

    Also, best issue yet.
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    Also why did She Hulk call Spidey a pain in the "eerh?"

    I know it's minor but did the writer not realize geeks would look up those hieroglyphs?
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    I like what I saw. I aprove.

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    Fun read!

    Grade: B

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    How does this book connect to the Amazing title, or does it even do so?

    Because if there's going to be a new Spider-Man in Amazing after issue #700 what does that mean for this book?

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    I can't wait 'til Yost takes over.
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    I thought this was one of the most LOUSIEST comic I've read in a long time! Time to drop this title! Waste of money for a 20 page book of nothing!

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    Just a fun issue all around.
    Execution wasn't perfect but it was good enough to keep me smiling.
    This is why I read comics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider-Dragon View Post
    How does this book connect to the Amazing title, or does it even do so?

    Because if there's going to be a new Spider-Man in Amazing after issue #700 what does that mean for this book?
    It doesn't connect outside of Spidey paired up with different Avengers.


    huuuuuuh? What do you mean a new Spider-man after 700?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider-Dragon View Post
    How does this book connect to the Amazing title, or does it even do so?

    Because if there's going to be a new Spider-Man in Amazing after issue #700 what does that mean for this book?
    There won't be a new Spiderman. Wacker's just messing with us.
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    You ever noticed that when Spider-Man teams up with another character, he becomes kind of submissive? I've noticed it in most issues of this series, in AvX #1 and even in that one arc from Ultimate X-Men. They always seem to make Spidey start acting like a side kick, it's so strange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Cuthbert View Post
    You ever noticed that when Spider-Man teams up with another character, he becomes kind of submissive? I've noticed it in most issues of this series, in AvX #1 and even in that one arc from Ultimate X-Men. They always seem to make Spidey start acting like a side kick, it's so strange.
    Well, if I were hanging with She-Hulk, I'd probably be submissive, too. I mean, if she were into that sort of thing.

    ...yeah.

    For realsies, the traditional reason is that Spidey, being a geeky outcast, isn't used to taking charge in group settings. Sure, he'll step up if it's needed, (See "Ends of the Earth"), but even though he has leadership potential, he doesn't see himself that way, and behaves accordingly.

    From a writers' standpoint, for the Avengers' titles, Spider-Man has his own book already, and the writer is limited to what s/he can do with the character without conflicting with that title. Same goes for most of the big name Avengers, like Cap and Wolverine.

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