Book Review: Amazing Spider-man: Spiderverse

Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 3: Spider-Verse Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 3: Spider-Verse by Dan Slott

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was fun. While the storyline itself was pretty dark, it had a lot of fun working in Spiderpeople from across the multiverse, and there were plenty of surprises including the Japanese TV Spider-man showing up.

If you're a fan of Spider-man despite all the dark and scary stuff, this is a book that'll bring a smile to your face. The one thing I really didn't like is that this book kept referring to the tie-ins and events from the tie-ins came into the min story in such a way that you felt like you missed something if you don't get the tie-in. Again, that's pretty annoying IMHO.

Still, what does cinch this as a pretty good book is that the Epilogue Issue did actually have some interesting and some good plot twists rather than being (as many epilogue issues are) bog standard exposition.

The movie was better, but this is not bad at all.

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Published on October 20, 2019 23:51 Tags: spider-man, spider-verse
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