Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2013
I just can't think of any comments to say rather than this is a must-read for every Spidey fan. It delves into the times where Peter was having a very different life of his own: he was meeting girls, he was trying to make new friends... and of course, Spider-Man was getting more popular every time. Tim Sale excels at this book, entering the chart of top artists of Spider-Man, along with McFarlane or Ditko himself. Jeph Loeb proves that he is at its best when working with Sale, and the duo deliver a very vivid story.

In terms of edition, I really like this wave of paperbacks edition by Marvel. The cover is shiny, and the book itself its beautifully edited. The quality of the paper is magazine-style.

Going back to the story in this book, it clearly states that although it is your actions that define you, the people around also tell a lot of the kind of person that you are. Not only a perfect love story, but also nostalgia makes its way through the pages.

Please do read this book. It will totally show a side of Peter Parker (and his relationship to Gwen Stacy) only few times we were able to read.
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