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Name: Jonathan Prince

Bio: I\'m a preschool teacher and going to school full-time so I can eventually get into something K-4. Along with comics I like to read a lot of suspense and crime stories (If Lehane\'s name is on it then I read it) as well as American history books. I\'m very vocal about my political feelings (Libertarian) and make it clear how America has deviated from it\'s intended path. I\'m very happy and look forward to my wedding in May to the most wonderful woman in the world.



Crappy artwork first off. No way around that for me. The story was long and boring. The issue was over-priced…

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September 1, 2013 10:14 am Batman Saga Daredevil Ultimate Comics Spider-Man All-New X-Men
January 8, 2013 10:00 pm My mistake, the movie wasn't called numbers it was "Knowing."
January 8, 2013 9:59 pm Why would I be angry about it if I didn't even read it? I understand that it wasn't the end of Peter Parker. They are always brought back. What I am pissed about is that Slott has been building this story up for a very long time and it has been mostly good. I'm pissed because the climax to Amazing Spider-Man was nothing more than a way to charge $7 and "killing" Pete but leaving a very open cop out to bring him back. It was like watching that Nicholas Cage movie "Numbers." It was out there and a bit ridiculous yet still you're interested and look forward to what comes next only to find out that they gave up and and just threw some aliens in there for the fuck of it so they could end it. I saw this whole event as nothing more but a way to void the pact made between Pete, MJ, and Mephisto. We've all seen the cover of Sp-Ock kissing MJ so we know that's a factor in all of this. Once this whole mess is sorted out and Peter is back to being Peter you will see him back together with MJ like nothing ever happened.
January 8, 2013 9:26 pm "... but it’s safe to say that Spider-Man fans, ranging from the ones who have been on suicide watch because of this to the ones who understand how comics work will want to read this issue, if anything to see just what the new world of Spider-Man will be like." Be a little more insulting about it, why don't you? How about those of us who avoid the nerdrage and understand that these gimmicks happen in the biz; what if we're just genuinely let down? You're right, Slott has been building up to this climax for 100 issues easy, but does that excuse him for the poor execution of the finale? Does that mean that by pointing out his poor effort at a finish that we simply do not understand how comic companies work? *gets of the soapbox*
September 25, 2012 8:55 pm Seriously. Bendis is great but Hickman is sure to raise the bar on this one.
September 24, 2012 5:44 pm I just... *sigh* Whatever. Just another movie I'll need to completely ignore.
September 14, 2012 3:57 pm That said though, I'll probably not read this. Maybe if they have a digital sale on their app before I forget about it I will try it.
September 14, 2012 3:55 pm I don't understand the contempt for this story. I've been loving it. It a hundred-thousand times better than Matt Fraction's rubbish event from last year. I mean, it definitely isn't on the same level as House of M, Secret Invasion, or Planet Hulk but it is still good in its own right.