Title says it all.
Title says it all.
Yes. The Post-Clone Saga Spectacular run by JM DeMatteis is what got me into Spider-Man comics in the first place.
The monster saved them all. And in their fear, they betrayed him. As they always have. As they always will.
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Yeah. The first run, with the Harry Osborn saga, is one of the strongest in the character's history.
The second run, post Clone Saga, is also pretty good.
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Thanks guys! I read issue 200 today and I was wondering if the rest of it was worth reading. Now im definately going to see if my LCS has the rest of the run.
Hell yes I would.
"If you can't say anything good about someone, sit right here by me." - Alice Roosevelt Longworth, on manners
"It's not whether you win or lose, it's whether I win or lose." - Peter David, on life
It's a shame there's not a JMD/Buscema Omnibus yet.
"I came to the conclusion that the optimist thought everything good except the pessimist, and the pessimist thought everything bad, except himself." -- G.K. Chesterton
I just did in my response to the best modern Spider-man authors thread.
I think he's got a good balance bettween fun and serious stories. I think Luke Ross' pencils were great too.
Absolutely. One of the best runs on the character.
R.I.P. Don't pee in the (Dead)pool, November 2007 - January 2013
Without doubt. Yes.
In the middle of the night...
In a heartbeat. One of the best Spidey runs of all time and capped off what was an overall brilliant title (Spectacular Spider-Man) which saw lots of great creative runs with JDM right there at the top alongside Peter David's. Just fantastic stuff.
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The Shadow, 2008
Why yes!!!! The guy wrote what it looks to me as Marvel's answer to Batman:The Killing Joke, Kraven's Last Hunt!
Amazing work! and he also wrote some pretty amazing tales on Spec (Child Within among other stories).
Go ahead and make yourself a favour and start collecting!