Celebrating 50 Years of the Great Responsibility of his Great powers, The Spider-Man 50th Anniversary Series collects the Webbed Wonder’s greatest heretofore secret history! Spanning from his earliest days as a hero to the heyday of the heralded Big Time era and everything in between, a collection of Marvel Legends, venerated comic creators and awe-inspiring artists shine the spotlight on everything that makes Spider-Man the World’s Greatest Superhero!

Story by Stuart Moore
Art by Damion Scott & Rob Campanella
Colors by Andres Mossa
Letters by Clayton Cowles
Cover by Mike McKone

Price: $2.99
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  1. This was my favorite of the Spidey 50th Point One issues and I’ll definitely pick up part two next week. The story was very retro without feeling dated and the art was the best of all the Point Ones. Even though it doesn’t look like Rob Gillory’s style, it reminded me of that very cartoony approach. Maybe a hint of Ramos influence as well. My only nitpick was that the panels were very busy and I had a bit of hard time distinguishing figures from background. Maybe the colorist could’ve helped with that a bit more.

  2. The story was enjoyable in a retro-cheesey kind of way, but easily my least favorie of the Spider-man .1 stories so far. I hated the art, way too cartoony for a Spider-man book (though I suppose maybe it was fitting for this story)….definetly not my cup of tea.

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