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Story by Dan Slott
Art by Stefano Caselli
Colors by Frank Martin
Letters by Joe Caramagna
Cover by Stefano Caselli, Gabriele Dell'otto, & Michael Del Mundo

Size: 0 pages
Price: 3.99

Dan Slott has been on a mission to prove that Spider-Man is the greatest superhero in the Marvel Universe. He proved that a while ago and now he’s just over achieving. First off I was disappointed when I found out Stefano Caselli was on art duties for this issue as well, but then I turned the page and Caselli finally won me over. The subtitle for this issue should be “I love it when a plan comes together.” Dan Slott covered pretty much all of the plot points he left on the last issue. Is Spider-Man prejudging Doc Oc’s motives? I loved in the beginning of the Big Time era when Spider-Man led the Avengers, but I was dissapointed we didn’t get to see Spider-Man really lead as he went off by himself. In this issue he is playing chess with Octavius and Captain America, Thor, Iron Man and the other Avengers are his pawns and Spider-Man himself is the King. What’s really exciting is that while Spidey thinks he’s outsmarting Octavius, ole Otto is actually two steps ahead of him. This issue is full of great moments and is a very fun read. Dan Slott is two for two as The Amazing Spider-Man was my pick of the week twice in a row and with Humberto Ramos up next on art, my favorite Spidey artist, I’m sure Slott will rev up the awesomeness even more.

Story: 4 - Very Good
Art: 4 - Very Good

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