The Amazing Spider-Man, Volume 1: Back to Basics

The Amazing Spider-Man, Volume 1: Back to Basics

An alien invasion attacks New York City and the only one who can stop it is...Spider-Man?! But that's far from all you'll find here - a revelation from the past puts Peter Parker's job, relationships and whole life in jeopardy! And if even that's not enough, you'll see a new roommate, new love interests and a new villain! COLLECTING: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 1-5, FREE COMIC BOOK An alien invasion attacks New York City and the only one who can stop it is...Spider-Man?! But that's far from all you...

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Title:The Amazing Spider-Man, Volume 1: Back to Basics
Author:Nick Spencer
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ISBN:1302912313
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Number of Pages:152 pages pages

The Amazing Spider-Man, Volume 1: Back to Basics Reviews

  • Craig
    Feb 02, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

    There is nothing basic about this Volume. With Marvel's "Fresh Start" initiative, they want readers to be able to jump in with no previous knowledge. While this succeeds here, having the background of years of reading Spidey helps understand more completely. Too much here to speak on i...

    I love the work of NICK SPENCER. I loved his work on the "Cap-Falcon" arc of Captain America, I loved his work on the Superior Foes of Spider-Man, and I love his work on a few other titles. Mind you, no one really cared for the The Secret Empire arc but that was just bad timing and exe...

    Lately, I have to remind myself why I like Nick Spencer at all. The answer, it turns out is Morning Glories (darn it! come off of hiatus!) and to a slightly lesser extent The Fix, but his Marvel writing has been so much more uneven, and more often mediocre than good, with The Sinister ...

    Spencer's initial run has a main plot to introduce new readers to exactly who Peter/Spider-Man are. Without giving it away, the plot device has been used before, and feels a little..."soap opera-y" (and yes I realize comics aren't that far from it.) It takes a few issues but you learn ...

    I really hate Spider-Man reboots. I hate returning to the status quo after a successful and interesting storyline. I hated Brand New Day, I hated the post Superior reboot, and I was not happy about seeing Worldwide get swept under the rug as well. What I DO like, is Nick Spencer and Ry...

    I am not really enjoying Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man. I didn't like him in the Superior Foes comics, and I don't like him here. The storylines are whacky, and the writing is just jokes jokes jokes. Everything is written to feel as though we're reading something smart, but it's just...

    Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2018) issues #1-5 and Free Comic Book Day 2018 (Amazing Spider-Man/Guardians of the Galaxy) issue #1 I like Nick Spencer as a writer. "Morning Glories" is possibly my favorite comic book series in general. But this new era of "Amazing" should have been s...

    The art is the real saving grace here. Ryan Ottley was born to draw Spiderman. The story is pretty awful, though. Peter Parker, once the head of a multi-national corporation, is reduced to science editor at the Daily Bugle, rooming with 2 roommates to afford rent on a crummy New York a...

  • Scott Lee
    Mar 18, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

    There is nothing basic about this Volume. With Marvel's "Fresh Start" initiative, they want readers to be able to jump in with no previous knowledge. While this succeeds here, having the background of years of reading Spidey helps understand more completely. Too much here to speak on i...

    I love the work of NICK SPENCER. I loved his work on the "Cap-Falcon" arc of Captain America, I loved his work on the Superior Foes of Spider-Man, and I love his work on a few other titles. Mind you, no one really cared for the The Secret Empire arc but that was just bad timing and exe...

    Lately, I have to remind myself why I like Nick Spencer at all. The answer, it turns out is Morning Glories (darn it! come off of hiatus!) and to a slightly lesser extent The Fix, but his Marvel writing has been so much more uneven, and more often mediocre than good, with The Sinister ...

    Spencer's initial run has a main plot to introduce new readers to exactly who Peter/Spider-Man are. Without giving it away, the plot device has been used before, and feels a little..."soap opera-y" (and yes I realize comics aren't that far from it.) It takes a few issues but you learn ...

    I really hate Spider-Man reboots. I hate returning to the status quo after a successful and interesting storyline. I hated Brand New Day, I hated the post Superior reboot, and I was not happy about seeing Worldwide get swept under the rug as well. What I DO like, is Nick Spencer and Ry...

    I am not really enjoying Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man. I didn't like him in the Superior Foes comics, and I don't like him here. The storylines are whacky, and the writing is just jokes jokes jokes. Everything is written to feel as though we're reading something smart, but it's just...

    Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2018) issues #1-5 and Free Comic Book Day 2018 (Amazing Spider-Man/Guardians of the Galaxy) issue #1 I like Nick Spencer as a writer. "Morning Glories" is possibly my favorite comic book series in general. But this new era of "Amazing" should have been s...

    The art is the real saving grace here. Ryan Ottley was born to draw Spiderman. The story is pretty awful, though. Peter Parker, once the head of a multi-national corporation, is reduced to science editor at the Daily Bugle, rooming with 2 roommates to afford rent on a crummy New York a...

    Not a bad re-jig Enjoyable re-start up of the book. I don't know the full backstories that are referenced, but the book works fine without this knowledge. ...

    Fun story but a little lazy at times. Shock stuff just to do it, undoing of old events, some of the same old same old 'How could it get worse' waaaa waaaa stuff. ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    I felt this was a really strong start from new Spider-Man writer Nick Spencer. It's light-hearted Spider-Man fun for the most part with cameos from various villains. Spencer respectfully moves away from the things that Slott set up, pushing Spider-Man in a new direction without complet...

    Before I even get into the story itself, there is an important comment to make regarding the narration. In the early days of superhero comics, a third-person narrator (either omniscient or limited) was utlized to keep the story moving. For many years now, Spider-Man comics, as well as ...

    So..This is a 3.5 that rounds up because, for me at least, with a heavy helping of optimism, this is better than just a three. Spencer isn't my favorite writer, but I haven't read a ton of his work, and even some of the writers who're classic all-timers on my list have some stories...

  • Tiago
    May 02, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

  • Matt
    Jan 09, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

    There is nothing basic about this Volume. With Marvel's "Fresh Start" initiative, they want readers to be able to jump in with no previous knowledge. While this succeeds here, having the background of years of reading Spidey helps understand more completely. Too much here to speak on i...

    I love the work of NICK SPENCER. I loved his work on the "Cap-Falcon" arc of Captain America, I loved his work on the Superior Foes of Spider-Man, and I love his work on a few other titles. Mind you, no one really cared for the The Secret Empire arc but that was just bad timing and exe...

    Lately, I have to remind myself why I like Nick Spencer at all. The answer, it turns out is Morning Glories (darn it! come off of hiatus!) and to a slightly lesser extent The Fix, but his Marvel writing has been so much more uneven, and more often mediocre than good, with The Sinister ...

    Spencer's initial run has a main plot to introduce new readers to exactly who Peter/Spider-Man are. Without giving it away, the plot device has been used before, and feels a little..."soap opera-y" (and yes I realize comics aren't that far from it.) It takes a few issues but you learn ...

    I really hate Spider-Man reboots. I hate returning to the status quo after a successful and interesting storyline. I hated Brand New Day, I hated the post Superior reboot, and I was not happy about seeing Worldwide get swept under the rug as well. What I DO like, is Nick Spencer and Ry...

    I am not really enjoying Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man. I didn't like him in the Superior Foes comics, and I don't like him here. The storylines are whacky, and the writing is just jokes jokes jokes. Everything is written to feel as though we're reading something smart, but it's just...

    Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2018) issues #1-5 and Free Comic Book Day 2018 (Amazing Spider-Man/Guardians of the Galaxy) issue #1 I like Nick Spencer as a writer. "Morning Glories" is possibly my favorite comic book series in general. But this new era of "Amazing" should have been s...

  • Kayla
    May 14, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

    There is nothing basic about this Volume. With Marvel's "Fresh Start" initiative, they want readers to be able to jump in with no previous knowledge. While this succeeds here, having the background of years of reading Spidey helps understand more completely. Too much here to speak on i...

    I love the work of NICK SPENCER. I loved his work on the "Cap-Falcon" arc of Captain America, I loved his work on the Superior Foes of Spider-Man, and I love his work on a few other titles. Mind you, no one really cared for the The Secret Empire arc but that was just bad timing and exe...

    Lately, I have to remind myself why I like Nick Spencer at all. The answer, it turns out is Morning Glories (darn it! come off of hiatus!) and to a slightly lesser extent The Fix, but his Marvel writing has been so much more uneven, and more often mediocre than good, with The Sinister ...

    Spencer's initial run has a main plot to introduce new readers to exactly who Peter/Spider-Man are. Without giving it away, the plot device has been used before, and feels a little..."soap opera-y" (and yes I realize comics aren't that far from it.) It takes a few issues but you learn ...

    I really hate Spider-Man reboots. I hate returning to the status quo after a successful and interesting storyline. I hated Brand New Day, I hated the post Superior reboot, and I was not happy about seeing Worldwide get swept under the rug as well. What I DO like, is Nick Spencer and Ry...

    I am not really enjoying Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man. I didn't like him in the Superior Foes comics, and I don't like him here. The storylines are whacky, and the writing is just jokes jokes jokes. Everything is written to feel as though we're reading something smart, but it's just...

    Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2018) issues #1-5 and Free Comic Book Day 2018 (Amazing Spider-Man/Guardians of the Galaxy) issue #1 I like Nick Spencer as a writer. "Morning Glories" is possibly my favorite comic book series in general. But this new era of "Amazing" should have been s...

    The art is the real saving grace here. Ryan Ottley was born to draw Spiderman. The story is pretty awful, though. Peter Parker, once the head of a multi-national corporation, is reduced to science editor at the Daily Bugle, rooming with 2 roommates to afford rent on a crummy New York a...

    Not a bad re-jig Enjoyable re-start up of the book. I don't know the full backstories that are referenced, but the book works fine without this knowledge. ...

    Fun story but a little lazy at times. Shock stuff just to do it, undoing of old events, some of the same old same old 'How could it get worse' waaaa waaaa stuff. ...

    3.5 stars. ...

  • C.T. Phipps
    Apr 07, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

    There is nothing basic about this Volume. With Marvel's "Fresh Start" initiative, they want readers to be able to jump in with no previous knowledge. While this succeeds here, having the background of years of reading Spidey helps understand more completely. Too much here to speak on i...

    I love the work of NICK SPENCER. I loved his work on the "Cap-Falcon" arc of Captain America, I loved his work on the Superior Foes of Spider-Man, and I love his work on a few other titles. Mind you, no one really cared for the The Secret Empire arc but that was just bad timing and exe...

  • Will Robinson Jr.
    Jan 05, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

  • Dan
    Dec 26, 2018

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

    There is nothing basic about this Volume. With Marvel's "Fresh Start" initiative, they want readers to be able to jump in with no previous knowledge. While this succeeds here, having the background of years of reading Spidey helps understand more completely. Too much here to speak on i...

    I love the work of NICK SPENCER. I loved his work on the "Cap-Falcon" arc of Captain America, I loved his work on the Superior Foes of Spider-Man, and I love his work on a few other titles. Mind you, no one really cared for the The Secret Empire arc but that was just bad timing and exe...

    Lately, I have to remind myself why I like Nick Spencer at all. The answer, it turns out is Morning Glories (darn it! come off of hiatus!) and to a slightly lesser extent The Fix, but his Marvel writing has been so much more uneven, and more often mediocre than good, with The Sinister ...

    Spencer's initial run has a main plot to introduce new readers to exactly who Peter/Spider-Man are. Without giving it away, the plot device has been used before, and feels a little..."soap opera-y" (and yes I realize comics aren't that far from it.) It takes a few issues but you learn ...

    I really hate Spider-Man reboots. I hate returning to the status quo after a successful and interesting storyline. I hated Brand New Day, I hated the post Superior reboot, and I was not happy about seeing Worldwide get swept under the rug as well. What I DO like, is Nick Spencer and Ry...

    I am not really enjoying Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man. I didn't like him in the Superior Foes comics, and I don't like him here. The storylines are whacky, and the writing is just jokes jokes jokes. Everything is written to feel as though we're reading something smart, but it's just...

    Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2018) issues #1-5 and Free Comic Book Day 2018 (Amazing Spider-Man/Guardians of the Galaxy) issue #1 I like Nick Spencer as a writer. "Morning Glories" is possibly my favorite comic book series in general. But this new era of "Amazing" should have been s...

    The art is the real saving grace here. Ryan Ottley was born to draw Spiderman. The story is pretty awful, though. Peter Parker, once the head of a multi-national corporation, is reduced to science editor at the Daily Bugle, rooming with 2 roommates to afford rent on a crummy New York a...

    Not a bad re-jig Enjoyable re-start up of the book. I don't know the full backstories that are referenced, but the book works fine without this knowledge. ...

    Fun story but a little lazy at times. Shock stuff just to do it, undoing of old events, some of the same old same old 'How could it get worse' waaaa waaaa stuff. ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    I felt this was a really strong start from new Spider-Man writer Nick Spencer. It's light-hearted Spider-Man fun for the most part with cameos from various villains. Spencer respectfully moves away from the things that Slott set up, pushing Spider-Man in a new direction without complet...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Jun 27, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

  • Lukas Holmes
    Jan 14, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

    There is nothing basic about this Volume. With Marvel's "Fresh Start" initiative, they want readers to be able to jump in with no previous knowledge. While this succeeds here, having the background of years of reading Spidey helps understand more completely. Too much here to speak on i...

    I love the work of NICK SPENCER. I loved his work on the "Cap-Falcon" arc of Captain America, I loved his work on the Superior Foes of Spider-Man, and I love his work on a few other titles. Mind you, no one really cared for the The Secret Empire arc but that was just bad timing and exe...

    Lately, I have to remind myself why I like Nick Spencer at all. The answer, it turns out is Morning Glories (darn it! come off of hiatus!) and to a slightly lesser extent The Fix, but his Marvel writing has been so much more uneven, and more often mediocre than good, with The Sinister ...

    Spencer's initial run has a main plot to introduce new readers to exactly who Peter/Spider-Man are. Without giving it away, the plot device has been used before, and feels a little..."soap opera-y" (and yes I realize comics aren't that far from it.) It takes a few issues but you learn ...

    I really hate Spider-Man reboots. I hate returning to the status quo after a successful and interesting storyline. I hated Brand New Day, I hated the post Superior reboot, and I was not happy about seeing Worldwide get swept under the rug as well. What I DO like, is Nick Spencer and Ry...

    I am not really enjoying Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man. I didn't like him in the Superior Foes comics, and I don't like him here. The storylines are whacky, and the writing is just jokes jokes jokes. Everything is written to feel as though we're reading something smart, but it's just...

    Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2018) issues #1-5 and Free Comic Book Day 2018 (Amazing Spider-Man/Guardians of the Galaxy) issue #1 I like Nick Spencer as a writer. "Morning Glories" is possibly my favorite comic book series in general. But this new era of "Amazing" should have been s...

    The art is the real saving grace here. Ryan Ottley was born to draw Spiderman. The story is pretty awful, though. Peter Parker, once the head of a multi-national corporation, is reduced to science editor at the Daily Bugle, rooming with 2 roommates to afford rent on a crummy New York a...

    Not a bad re-jig Enjoyable re-start up of the book. I don't know the full backstories that are referenced, but the book works fine without this knowledge. ...

    Fun story but a little lazy at times. Shock stuff just to do it, undoing of old events, some of the same old same old 'How could it get worse' waaaa waaaa stuff. ...

  • Adam
    May 12, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

    There is nothing basic about this Volume. With Marvel's "Fresh Start" initiative, they want readers to be able to jump in with no previous knowledge. While this succeeds here, having the background of years of reading Spidey helps understand more completely. Too much here to speak on i...

    I love the work of NICK SPENCER. I loved his work on the "Cap-Falcon" arc of Captain America, I loved his work on the Superior Foes of Spider-Man, and I love his work on a few other titles. Mind you, no one really cared for the The Secret Empire arc but that was just bad timing and exe...

    Lately, I have to remind myself why I like Nick Spencer at all. The answer, it turns out is Morning Glories (darn it! come off of hiatus!) and to a slightly lesser extent The Fix, but his Marvel writing has been so much more uneven, and more often mediocre than good, with The Sinister ...

    Spencer's initial run has a main plot to introduce new readers to exactly who Peter/Spider-Man are. Without giving it away, the plot device has been used before, and feels a little..."soap opera-y" (and yes I realize comics aren't that far from it.) It takes a few issues but you learn ...

    I really hate Spider-Man reboots. I hate returning to the status quo after a successful and interesting storyline. I hated Brand New Day, I hated the post Superior reboot, and I was not happy about seeing Worldwide get swept under the rug as well. What I DO like, is Nick Spencer and Ry...

    I am not really enjoying Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man. I didn't like him in the Superior Foes comics, and I don't like him here. The storylines are whacky, and the writing is just jokes jokes jokes. Everything is written to feel as though we're reading something smart, but it's just...

    Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2018) issues #1-5 and Free Comic Book Day 2018 (Amazing Spider-Man/Guardians of the Galaxy) issue #1 I like Nick Spencer as a writer. "Morning Glories" is possibly my favorite comic book series in general. But this new era of "Amazing" should have been s...

    The art is the real saving grace here. Ryan Ottley was born to draw Spiderman. The story is pretty awful, though. Peter Parker, once the head of a multi-national corporation, is reduced to science editor at the Daily Bugle, rooming with 2 roommates to afford rent on a crummy New York a...

    Not a bad re-jig Enjoyable re-start up of the book. I don't know the full backstories that are referenced, but the book works fine without this knowledge. ...

    Fun story but a little lazy at times. Shock stuff just to do it, undoing of old events, some of the same old same old 'How could it get worse' waaaa waaaa stuff. ...

    3.5 stars. ...

    I felt this was a really strong start from new Spider-Man writer Nick Spencer. It's light-hearted Spider-Man fun for the most part with cameos from various villains. Spencer respectfully moves away from the things that Slott set up, pushing Spider-Man in a new direction without complet...

    Before I even get into the story itself, there is an important comment to make regarding the narration. In the early days of superhero comics, a third-person narrator (either omniscient or limited) was utlized to keep the story moving. For many years now, Spider-Man comics, as well as ...

  • Kelly-anne
    Mar 21, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

    There is nothing basic about this Volume. With Marvel's "Fresh Start" initiative, they want readers to be able to jump in with no previous knowledge. While this succeeds here, having the background of years of reading Spidey helps understand more completely. Too much here to speak on i...

    I love the work of NICK SPENCER. I loved his work on the "Cap-Falcon" arc of Captain America, I loved his work on the Superior Foes of Spider-Man, and I love his work on a few other titles. Mind you, no one really cared for the The Secret Empire arc but that was just bad timing and exe...

    Lately, I have to remind myself why I like Nick Spencer at all. The answer, it turns out is Morning Glories (darn it! come off of hiatus!) and to a slightly lesser extent The Fix, but his Marvel writing has been so much more uneven, and more often mediocre than good, with The Sinister ...

    Spencer's initial run has a main plot to introduce new readers to exactly who Peter/Spider-Man are. Without giving it away, the plot device has been used before, and feels a little..."soap opera-y" (and yes I realize comics aren't that far from it.) It takes a few issues but you learn ...

    I really hate Spider-Man reboots. I hate returning to the status quo after a successful and interesting storyline. I hated Brand New Day, I hated the post Superior reboot, and I was not happy about seeing Worldwide get swept under the rug as well. What I DO like, is Nick Spencer and Ry...

    I am not really enjoying Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man. I didn't like him in the Superior Foes comics, and I don't like him here. The storylines are whacky, and the writing is just jokes jokes jokes. Everything is written to feel as though we're reading something smart, but it's just...

    Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2018) issues #1-5 and Free Comic Book Day 2018 (Amazing Spider-Man/Guardians of the Galaxy) issue #1 I like Nick Spencer as a writer. "Morning Glories" is possibly my favorite comic book series in general. But this new era of "Amazing" should have been s...

    The art is the real saving grace here. Ryan Ottley was born to draw Spiderman. The story is pretty awful, though. Peter Parker, once the head of a multi-national corporation, is reduced to science editor at the Daily Bugle, rooming with 2 roommates to afford rent on a crummy New York a...

    Not a bad re-jig Enjoyable re-start up of the book. I don't know the full backstories that are referenced, but the book works fine without this knowledge. ...

  • Shannon Appelcline
    Jan 22, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

    There is nothing basic about this Volume. With Marvel's "Fresh Start" initiative, they want readers to be able to jump in with no previous knowledge. While this succeeds here, having the background of years of reading Spidey helps understand more completely. Too much here to speak on i...

    I love the work of NICK SPENCER. I loved his work on the "Cap-Falcon" arc of Captain America, I loved his work on the Superior Foes of Spider-Man, and I love his work on a few other titles. Mind you, no one really cared for the The Secret Empire arc but that was just bad timing and exe...

    Lately, I have to remind myself why I like Nick Spencer at all. The answer, it turns out is Morning Glories (darn it! come off of hiatus!) and to a slightly lesser extent The Fix, but his Marvel writing has been so much more uneven, and more often mediocre than good, with The Sinister ...

  • Drown Hollum
    May 08, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

    There is nothing basic about this Volume. With Marvel's "Fresh Start" initiative, they want readers to be able to jump in with no previous knowledge. While this succeeds here, having the background of years of reading Spidey helps understand more completely. Too much here to speak on i...

    I love the work of NICK SPENCER. I loved his work on the "Cap-Falcon" arc of Captain America, I loved his work on the Superior Foes of Spider-Man, and I love his work on a few other titles. Mind you, no one really cared for the The Secret Empire arc but that was just bad timing and exe...

    Lately, I have to remind myself why I like Nick Spencer at all. The answer, it turns out is Morning Glories (darn it! come off of hiatus!) and to a slightly lesser extent The Fix, but his Marvel writing has been so much more uneven, and more often mediocre than good, with The Sinister ...

    Spencer's initial run has a main plot to introduce new readers to exactly who Peter/Spider-Man are. Without giving it away, the plot device has been used before, and feels a little..."soap opera-y" (and yes I realize comics aren't that far from it.) It takes a few issues but you learn ...

    I really hate Spider-Man reboots. I hate returning to the status quo after a successful and interesting storyline. I hated Brand New Day, I hated the post Superior reboot, and I was not happy about seeing Worldwide get swept under the rug as well. What I DO like, is Nick Spencer and Ry...

  • Christopher
    Jul 05, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

  • Adam Fisher
    Apr 23, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

    There is nothing basic about this Volume. With Marvel's "Fresh Start" initiative, they want readers to be able to jump in with no previous knowledge. While this succeeds here, having the background of years of reading Spidey helps understand more completely. Too much here to speak on i...

  • James DeSantis
    Apr 07, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

  • Rory Wilding
    Jan 19, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

  • Chris
    Jun 16, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

  • Chad
    Jan 16, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

  • Norman
    Oct 08, 2018

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

    There is nothing basic about this Volume. With Marvel's "Fresh Start" initiative, they want readers to be able to jump in with no previous knowledge. While this succeeds here, having the background of years of reading Spidey helps understand more completely. Too much here to speak on i...

    I love the work of NICK SPENCER. I loved his work on the "Cap-Falcon" arc of Captain America, I loved his work on the Superior Foes of Spider-Man, and I love his work on a few other titles. Mind you, no one really cared for the The Secret Empire arc but that was just bad timing and exe...

    Lately, I have to remind myself why I like Nick Spencer at all. The answer, it turns out is Morning Glories (darn it! come off of hiatus!) and to a slightly lesser extent The Fix, but his Marvel writing has been so much more uneven, and more often mediocre than good, with The Sinister ...

    Spencer's initial run has a main plot to introduce new readers to exactly who Peter/Spider-Man are. Without giving it away, the plot device has been used before, and feels a little..."soap opera-y" (and yes I realize comics aren't that far from it.) It takes a few issues but you learn ...

    I really hate Spider-Man reboots. I hate returning to the status quo after a successful and interesting storyline. I hated Brand New Day, I hated the post Superior reboot, and I was not happy about seeing Worldwide get swept under the rug as well. What I DO like, is Nick Spencer and Ry...

    I am not really enjoying Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man. I didn't like him in the Superior Foes comics, and I don't like him here. The storylines are whacky, and the writing is just jokes jokes jokes. Everything is written to feel as though we're reading something smart, but it's just...

  • Blindzider
    Jan 08, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

    There is nothing basic about this Volume. With Marvel's "Fresh Start" initiative, they want readers to be able to jump in with no previous knowledge. While this succeeds here, having the background of years of reading Spidey helps understand more completely. Too much here to speak on i...

    I love the work of NICK SPENCER. I loved his work on the "Cap-Falcon" arc of Captain America, I loved his work on the Superior Foes of Spider-Man, and I love his work on a few other titles. Mind you, no one really cared for the The Secret Empire arc but that was just bad timing and exe...

    Lately, I have to remind myself why I like Nick Spencer at all. The answer, it turns out is Morning Glories (darn it! come off of hiatus!) and to a slightly lesser extent The Fix, but his Marvel writing has been so much more uneven, and more often mediocre than good, with The Sinister ...

    Spencer's initial run has a main plot to introduce new readers to exactly who Peter/Spider-Man are. Without giving it away, the plot device has been used before, and feels a little..."soap opera-y" (and yes I realize comics aren't that far from it.) It takes a few issues but you learn ...

  • Mladen
    Nov 16, 2018

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

  • L. McCoy
    Feb 20, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

  • Alí Flores
    Jan 11, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

  • Anthony
    Sep 29, 2018

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

    It's Peter Parker Versus Spider-Man! Wait, what? A lab accident goes terribly wrong, severing Peter and Spider-Man into two separate people, as well as splitting their sense of power and responsibility. Can they reconcile themselves long enough to defeat the Tri-Sentinel? Going from...

    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...

    Oh look, our superhero isn?t super. No thanks. ...

    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...

  • Malum
    Dec 12, 2018

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

  • Ethan
    Jul 20, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...

    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...

    When it comes to longform comic stuff, I don't ever read spinoffs or single character stuff, I only ever read the main title stuff. This isn't a conscious choice, it's just what interests me. When reading these main title things, I tend to think about comics in two terms: arcs (or sing...

  • Kyle Berk
    Jul 05, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...

    This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...

    Story: Pete is back to having no luck and a shitty life. All the great things he was given, a company, a good job, his degree from college, it is ALL ripped away within moments. But it isn't all bad, Peter gets to get back with MJ. There is a silver lining. However, what happens when S...

    This isn?t bad... but I really wanted it to be better. What?s it about? I can?t say much without spoilers. Let?s just say Peter is going through some pretty crazy, probably life changing stuff. Pros: The story is interesting. There is a fair bit more to it but I don?t...

    What an unreadable mess, this totally sucked. ...

    Nick Spencer's Amazing Spider-Man appears to tick all the right boxes. It's accessible, enjoyable and it looks good. But I couldn't shake a feeling of déjà vu, telling me that i've read this all before. The trouble is, I read Spencer's Ant-Man series, so I kind of have. That feels...

    I've read a lot of Spider-man. For most of the years that I've been reading comics Dan Slott has been working on the Spider title, whether he was the main writer or in the team of writers. This is the first volume of the era after Dan Slott when Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, and Ramos are...

  • kristen b ♡
    Jul 22, 2019

    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...

    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...

    ??? ??? ??? 4 / 5 stars ?? ????? the amazing spider-man vol 1: back to basics + by nick spencer + (2018) ????? i used to dream of a life where it could just be ??? us, you know? with no green goblins or venoms ? ?? making ...