Amazing Spider-Man #10 (2014)

Amazing Spider-Man #10 (2014)

$19.99
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Dan Slott
Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli
Cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli
Variant Cover by Dellotto
SPIDER-VERSE PART 2! A spider-army is gathering to fight Morlun and his deadly family, but who will lead them? Why, only the greatest spider-hero of all, THE SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN. Our universe's AMAZING SPIDER-MAN has an issue with that. GUEST STARRING- MILES MORALES!
Date Available: 11/19/2014
1st Spider-Punk
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


A superior issue, indeed! We move further into Spider-Verse, and the more spiders the better from where I'm sitting. We learn the identity of the Spider from the future. We get a feel for how Peter and Otto are going to interact (Otto doesn't know his tenure as Spider-Man is done). We also get the best art on Amazing Spider-Man since JRJR left during JMS's run. Oliver Coipel's art is inspired: wiry, lithe, creepy figure work . Each spider is clearly delineated, and he's aided in this with line weight choices made by inker Wade Van Grawbadger (check out the webs on Otto's outfit and mask-just great). As an art team, they're strengthened again with excellent color work by Justin Ponsor. A simple scheme, warmer when there are no inheritors, cooler when they're around. Dan Slott plays to his humorous strengths having so many Peters to write for. While it may not have the intricacies of 'Multiversity', it doesn't need to when its this good across the board.

I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Dan Slott
Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli
Cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli
Variant Cover by Dellotto
SPIDER-VERSE PART 2! A spider-army is gathering to fight Morlun and his deadly family, but who will lead them? Why, only the greatest spider-hero of all, THE SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN. Our universe's AMAZING SPIDER-MAN has an issue with that. GUEST STARRING- MILES MORALES!
Date Available: 11/19/2014
1st Spider-Punk
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


A superior issue, indeed! We move further into Spider-Verse, and the more spiders the better from where I'm sitting. We learn the identity of the Spider from the future. We get a feel for how Peter and Otto are going to interact (Otto doesn't know his tenure as Spider-Man is done). We also get the best art on Amazing Spider-Man since JRJR left during JMS's run. Oliver Coipel's art is inspired: wiry, lithe, creepy figure work . Each spider is clearly delineated, and he's aided in this with line weight choices made by inker Wade Van Grawbadger (check out the webs on Otto's outfit and mask-just great). As an art team, they're strengthened again with excellent color work by Justin Ponsor. A simple scheme, warmer when there are no inheritors, cooler when they're around. Dan Slott plays to his humorous strengths having so many Peters to write for. While it may not have the intricacies of 'Multiversity', it doesn't need to when its this good across the board.

I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


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