Spider-Man: Revenge of the Sinister Six
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Spider-Man: Revenge of the Sinister Six (Coleccionable Spider-Man #4)

3.55 of 5 stars 3.55  ·  rating details  ·  64 ratings  ·  4 reviews
The Sinister Six return to take revenge upon our favorite wall-crawler and an unsuspecting world. With Doctor Octopus's new adamantium arms and help from another dimension on the side of the Six, Spider-Man decides to round up his own band of allies-The Hulk, Ghost Rider, and The Fantastic Four! It all adds up to the ultimate high-stakes face-off!
Paperback, 128 pages
Published December 28th 1994 by Marvel Entertainment Group (first published December 1994)
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Adam Graham
This book collects Spider-man #15 and #18-23 of the 1990s series Spider-man. The first issue telling the tale of Spider-man and the Beast teaming up in a one-off, the last six collect the title story for the book, Revenge of the Sinister Six which begins with the Sinister Six seeking revenge on Otto Octavius, who has betrayed them.

Positives: This book features a ton of guest stars which has positives and negatives. Many of these are quite obscure but among the guest stars are the early 1990s Inc...more
Jan 16, 2008 Mike rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: people who like a good Spidey story
Again, nothing fancy here--just Spidey and lots of his friends (and foes) with JUST enough of a story to justify all the quips and punching and general chaos.

As a quick aside, these sort of stories work great (for me, at least) in comics. BUT like so many others, it tends to drive me nuts in a comic-book adapted into a movie. Spider-Man 3 and Batman & Robin springing rather readily to mind...
An example of a comic series I loved in the 90's that doesn't hold up... silly pointless story, terrible "witty" banter, shallow guest stars (Solo? Ugh...) - this is such a 1990s read, not in a good way.
One of my all time favorites, I read this set of issues over and over again. Yeah, I'm silly that way. See my review here: http://trebro.livejournal.com/282291....
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