• “Everything You Know Is Wrong”

• Is this all-new Spider-Man in cahoots with… J. Jonah Jameson?!

• Has Carlie Cooper figured out the Superior Spider-Man’s secret identity?

• All this and the return of the villainous Vulture!

Story by Dan Slott
Art by Ryan Stegman
Colors by Edgar Delgado
Letters by Chris Eliopoulos
Cover by Ryan Stegman & Simone Bianchi

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 1.9%


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  1. The preview page riffing on the Bat-Signal has me excited for this issue!

  2. I’ve heard people complaining about the Peter Parker/Jiminy Cricket thing, but it’s my absolute favorite part of this title.

  3. Hopefully Pete isn’t as whiny this issue…

  4. I’m digging that cover!

  5. Couldn’t hate this anymore if i tried. Let me know when Slott quits trying to be on Remender/Snyder’s level.

    • then please don’t try. If you do not enjoy something, don’t go around mocking to people who are enjoying it. Unless it is Twilight. lol

  6. I pick up Spider-man every now and then. Usually once per year, but have taken time off. This new direction is VERY cool to me and can’t wait to see where it goes.

    You may have lost a few readers, but you’ve added a few as well!

  7. DUDES! this book is getting better and better amirite?! Definitely on board with this book 100%. My pick of the week, no doubt about it.

  8. I was on the fence with this, but started flipping through it at the comic shop. One sequence of panels in particular made me actually laugh out loud (in a good way), so I had to buy it. I know the mind-swap thing has a lot of folks up in arms, but damn; it makes for some entertaining reading. 🙂

  9. I’m hoping people here actually read the letters column in the back of this issue.

    I’d like to point out one letter written by Rob Walton.

    Rob, I couldn’t have said it any better myself. My version had way more cussing in it than yours.
    Well said sir. *slowclap*

  10. Loving this book, a lot of fun. I love the whole “buddy cop” aspect of it all. and what’s so wrong with Doc Ock taking over Parker’s body for a little while? It’s all in good fun and makes for a very entertaining read. I liked the flashback interactions between Ock and Vulture mirroring the present day interactions. Good stuff.

  11. Christopher Daniels is the man.

  12. Much less Peter whining so it was much more enjoyable 🙂

  13. Thanks for posting our piece! Our full 20-min interview with Daniels, largely about comics, can be found here:

    Enjoying this series thus far. This story has turned me into a regular Spidey reader. And I love that they’re printing all the hate mail. Just hope Slott continues to do what he originally set out and doesn’t succumb to any of the criticism.

  14. Definitely happy about this book. The Doc flashbacks have been a nice touch, but not overdone. The Parker essence floating around has balanced Doc’s assertiveness. The Spider-man stories have been good with the whole internal personality conflict which always makes for a great Spidey story.

  15. So far so good, Doc Ock is slowly beginning to see how fucked he is in Peter’s meat suit hehe. The reversed memories were a nice touch also, eager to see where this goes, just crossing my fingers for this story-arc not to drag all year as it will need to be pretty darn good to keep my interest alive and strong.

  16. Issue #3 has a lot going on for it. It’s Superior Spider-Man vs The Vulture, an eye-opening moment for Doc Ock, also Pete gets to take a peek inside his enemy’s mind, and poor, poor Carlie who right now will be a likely casualty once all is said and done. The issue was a good combination of action and character development, so it was quite enjoyable.

    Please check my mini-review here:

    Comments and feedback are always welcome!

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