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Amazing Spider-Man: Who Am I?

2.65  ·  Rating Details ·  52 Ratings  ·  13 Reviews
It's the first printed edition of the story previously available in Marvel's innovative Infinite Comics format! Peter Parker has just returned from being replaced by Doctor now it's time to eschew Ock's more villainous tendencies and return to a life of heroic virtue, right? Maybe not! Because suddenly, Peter has lost all of his memory. He doesn't know who he ...more
Hardcover, 152 pages
Published March 10th 2015 by Marvel (first published February 17th 2015)
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Sep 08, 2016 Dan rated it liked it
Blind start and then when you get an idea of what is happening it's just lame city....blah.
Chris Lemmerman
Jan 29, 2016 Chris Lemmerman rated it did not like it
I'm loathe to give anything one star; it always seems unfair, because surely there's something redeemable about a book - especially comic books, because it's a combination of lots of different people working together, so surely one of them must have done something good as part of the process, right?

But Spider-Man: Who Am I? is a mess from start to finish, and it hurt my eyes while I was reading it, so I really don't think anything more than a 1 star is suitable.

The storyline by Joshua Hale Fial
May 15, 2015 Brian rated it did not like it
Shelves: graphic-novel
I didn't care for the art, or the story. I wanted to, but nope.

(counts in 2015 Reading challenge as book with bad reviews, though I didn't discover this until after reading it.)
Jun 29, 2015 Katherine rated it it was amazing
Shelves: graphic-novels
My rating is WAY higher than the average here I realize. Perfect, how is that possible, you're thinking. Well, this is a time for some backstory.
My entry into reading comics was The Darkness, yes, but my favourite character since I can remember has always been Peter Parker Spider-man. I am being very intentional there; PETER PARKER Spider-man. I found the show when I was some 5 years old and I fell in love with the character as a whole. Since then the two are intrinsically connected for me: Pete
Dan Wilson
Jul 19, 2015 Dan Wilson rated it it was amazing
Shelves: comix
Does it get any better than Spider-Man recovering from amnesia while finding himself to be part of a criminal gang? His memories are lapsed, but his humor is fully present. This exists in book form, but the book points out that this was originally designed as a digital comic, and provides a code for access to that. The digital effects are just right--nothing excessive like sound or video, but plenty that enhances the storytelling, including well-timed close-ups and clever transitions from panel ...more
Hector Ibarraran
Apr 03, 2016 Hector Ibarraran rated it really liked it
I think I'm in the minority when I say that I loved this book from beginning to end. Although I understand why, why I disagree with those who hated the artwork. It was refreshing to see a Spider-Man adventure drawn in a non traditional style, and while I wouldn't want every Spidey comic I read to look like that, I really appreciated here. I thought the story was solid, and presented Peter in a way that shows why he is such a great character. Stories like this one are risky, but I'm glad Marvel ...more
Nov 09, 2015 Jacob rated it really liked it
Shelves: graphic-novel
Spidey is the best! Ok the story wasn't all that awe inspiring, could've used a little (lot) more context, but hey we get to see Spider-Man beat up Iron Man. Argument could be made that it doesn't count cuz Iron Man was pulling his punches, more trying to talk SM down than take him down, but it's not like Spidey was in top fighting form either.
May 29, 2015 B rated it liked it
Shelves: westend, borrowed
this is a perfectly ok story. it's not clear why anyone thought it needed telling or how it interfaces with any continuity. also doesn't make any sense that the best hero to fight a psychic in the Marvel Universe is Spider-Man.

but whatever. this is ok.
Mar 10, 2015 David rated it did not like it
Shelves: comic-books
When I ordered this book I could have sworn it was a new Dan Slott book. Amnesiac Spider-man is a good idea for a story, full of potential. Execution here is terrible. Horrible art.
Andy Baird
May 21, 2016 Andy Baird rated it it was ok
Shelves: spider-man
Kind of sporadic, I had a hard time understanding why he lost his memory. The artwork is very unique and makes the action pop, very cool.
Chayce rated it it was amazing
Apr 03, 2016
Cagne rated it it was ok
Apr 11, 2015
G rated it really liked it
Mar 05, 2016
Nathan Hunter
Nathan Hunter rated it it was ok
May 18, 2015
Jesse England
Jesse England rated it liked it
Jul 23, 2015
Geoff Derks
Geoff Derks rated it it was ok
Oct 24, 2015
Patrick.G.P rated it it was ok
Apr 01, 2016
Neil rated it liked it
Feb 29, 2016
Peter rated it liked it
Jan 09, 2016
Wesleymesser rated it it was ok
May 23, 2015
Brian rated it it was ok
Apr 15, 2015
Becky Westbrook
Becky Westbrook rated it it was ok
May 01, 2016
Darby rated it it was ok
Feb 07, 2016
Patrick rated it it was ok
Apr 18, 2016
Esther rated it really liked it
Dec 30, 2015
Apr 12, 2015 sixthreezy rated it did not like it
Probably the worst Spider-Man book I've ever read, and weirdest at that.
Memphis Evans
Memphis Evans rated it it was ok
Dec 06, 2015
Robert Lindsay
Robert Lindsay rated it really liked it
Sep 22, 2016
Paz Shaham
Paz Shaham rated it liked it
Oct 24, 2015
Carmen rated it did not like it
Sep 02, 2015
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Joshua Hale Fialkov is the creator (or co-creator, depending) of graphic novels, including the Harvey Nominated Elk’s Run, the Harvey and Eisner nominated Tumor, Punks the Comic, and the Harvey Nominated Echoes.

He has written Alibi and Cyblade for Top Cow, Superman/Batman for DC Comics, Rampaging Wolverine for Marvel, and Friday the 13th for Wildstorm. He’s writing the DC relaunch of I,Vampire, as
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