• “No Escape” Part 1 of 3

• The Spider-Slayer is scheduled for execution and Mayor J. Jonah Jameson is leaving nothing to chance. To ensure that everything goes according to plan, Jameson’s called in the one man he can trust to oversee everything—the Superior Spider-Man.

• Since the startling events of The Superior Spider-Man #9, will anyone realize that things have changed…?

Story by Dan Slott & Christos Gage
Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli & John Dell
Colors by Edgar Delgado
Letters by Chris Eliopoulos
Cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli & Edgar Delgado

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Avg Rating: 4.0
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  1. Glad Ghosty-Peter is gone, that fucker was ruining this awesome series for me.

    Big fan of Otto as Spider-Man – here’s hoping he remains so FOREVER! (yeah, like that’ll happen 😉

  2. I actually think Otto is a much more interesting hero. Now, what if Peter came back as a villain?

    • Woah, that would be wierd yet cool. How would he come back and as what? Maybe it’d be a form of Peter that doesn’t remember all his friends (because its still deleted from his memory) and is just focused on being pissed at Otto. However I feel like a villain Parker could be too similar to Kaine. Either way its a cool idea.

    • Could it be Peter in Norman’s body? Hmmm…..

  3. I miss Peter Parker a lot as Spider-Man, but at the same time I cannot stop reading this story. Otto as Spider-Man?! It’s just too awesome and it continues to raise the bar. These next 3 issues are going to be fantastic.

  4. I agree Otto Spider man is great. Made me jump back on this title.

  5. It warms my heart to see all the Otto love here. =)

  6. Reading Otto as Spidey is okay… but come on guys, would you seriously still by this a year from now? I know I would! Spider-Man IS Peter Parker, not some extremist freak who thinks he can play hero better than the ULTIMATE hero!

    In the end it boils down to this: Logic (Otto) < Heart (Peter). Simple as that! That is what defines Spider-Man, perhaps a Superior one, but not an Amazing one.

    If in a year Peter's not back, I'm sure a hell lot of fans will just abandon Spider-Man altogether, it's interesting to read on this twist but in a while it'll become a gimmick.

    • Damn, half-drunk me makes some serious spelling mistakes…

      *buy, *wouldn’t…

    • Half drunk? Naa man I think you subconsciously meant to write “I know I would!” as a response to your question of whether or not people would buy this title a year from now, cause deep down you know it’s awesome. 😉

    • I know it’s awesome but come on… this can’t last forever and keep the interest of readers and Spidey-fans more than a year. It just can’t. And we all know that comic book deaths aren’t forever, only diamonds are! 😉

    • I agree. If you drag this out for too long… Imma be pissed! But for now I’m enjoying it.

  7. Hate Ock Spider-man.

    • Hey! How did this guy get in here?


    • I guess you can love to hate Ock!? 😉

    • @ghostmann thats what I keep saying every issue to Ock when he’s in Peter’s body. Spider-man is about morals, he is a character i connect with and look up to. The art is always great on this book but the premise isn’t my cup of tea, but being a die hard spider-man who collects his books i’m going to put up with it.

    • Kingjoe, I’m just messin’ with you. I get the love for Peter Parker as Spider-man and how having him gone can suck for those fans (I’ll admit I never read Spider-man till Otto took over), but I’m sure he’ll be back in no time slinging webs and spouting morals. 😉

      hang in there brother

    • will do ghostmann

  8. I’m enjoying this quite a bit, and I’m looking forward to getting some issues without Ghost-Peter. That said, I’m not sure how much longer I can go without being able to read about the real Spider-man. I worry it’s going to drag out longer than it needs to or that I’m just going to get tired of it.

  9. I miss Peter as much as the next Spidey fan but Otto as Peter does have its perks. The story seems a bit more interesting to read and it’s cool to see a Spider-man that does things a bit more efficiently and smarter too. (Spiderbots to see crime everywhere? Calling the fire department when there’s a fire? pretty smart.) The only complaint I really have is Otto’s obsession to say “SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN” every 2 or 3 issues.

  10. Really enjoying the series. It’s a great twist. Sure he’s a lot more efficient, but is it just me or is the Ock Spider-Man getting fat due to the lack of patrolling? Could be just the artist, Camuncoli, making a weird decision to draw fat-neck Spider-Man.

    A question on the issue itself… why does “The Raft” keep these guys locked up with their helmets and super-suits? Kind of like locking up Tony Stark in his Ironman suit. Wouldn’t disarming them be priority 1?

  11. Another issue, another five star rating from me. This book is up there with Daredevil for me. No complaints, mine is but to enjoy!

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