Where does Norman Osborn’s fall leave his son, Harry? In the wake of the Siege of Asgard and the dawn of a new Age of Heroes, the world finally knows what his father is – but what is Harry himself? And who has taken on the American Son armor? And what does GABRIEL STACEY have to do with it?! Brian Reed (MS. MARVEL) and Philip Briones (IRON MAN VS. WHIPLASH) have the answers in the story of a true AMERICAN SON.

WRITER: Brian Reed
PENCILS: Philippe Briones
INKS: Philippe Briones
COVER BY: Marko Djurdjevic

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  1. i hope this is good

  2. All right. I am tired. This was a dumb exercise. What we can learn from this is that you should only comment about books you have something to say something about.

    Loved the American Son arc in Amazing.

  3. I’d really like to find out what happened with Lily and Norman’s baby.

  4. @viceversa,

    I don’t think this is that story. I think this is what happened with Norman and Gwen’s baby. I don’t know where Menace has gone, have the webheads forgotten her?

  5. American Son had some of the worst art after Jimenez left.  The story had ups and downs.

  6. If I remember correctly, the ending cliffhanger of American Son was Norman talking to Lily Hollister’s stomach, which at the time was carrying Norman’s new son. They never touched back on that, leading me to assume they might dive into a conclusion for that with this limited series.

  7. This sounds like something I want to read, but I don’t know if I will…

  8. it’s the other STACEY kid, thats who American Son is.  

  9. @Zeppo It may be the new regiem retconning the Stacy kids. this stopry is going to revolve around all of normans children I believe

  10. Stay out of my wallet! Thrice is plenty, Spidey!

  11. @claynferno

    Unfortunatly it’s not been thrice for some time. I’ve had to drop the main book, and now just dip into this "essential" mini’s and one-shots. Not to mention Peter Parker and Web.

    I think it’s time Marvel relooked at the Spider-man format. There’s usually at least four essential" Spider-man books a month. Following his story is a fulltime job now. At least when there was three core books you could pick and chose what you followed.

  12. @Zeppo I trully don’t get what you mean.  Even with the main title you can pick and chose what arc you can get.

     The Web series is optional.  Its like dvd special features, if you want to get it to learn a little more about the rhino than get the web for that month.

    Peter Parker is filled with c stories. Doesn’t  effect the mainbook but does dabble in that world

    This series is also by choice. if you want to see what happen to some of the characters after thearc than pick the ASM Presents

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