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Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2011
This book starts off with a story about the Spot. Kind of bland, and not the best story, but Spot is interesting.
For the second story, Spider-Man briefly joins the FF on a mission to the macroverse and decides where time flies by many hours to each hour spent in the macroverse. Pretty good story, but the dynamic between Torch and Spidey was not as great as it could have been and usually is.
In the third story, Spider-Man decides it will be fun to mess with JJJ and his spider assassin squad by putting himself all over the city, all hours of the day, with the intent of being on the cover of all newspapers in the city. What ensues is a fairly action packed story arc that is fun and entertaining.
I think the best story in the book is the "Birthday" story written by Wells that features Wolverine and Spidey out for a night on Wolverine's birthday. Very well written and both characters are captured perfectly.
A good trade altogether and would definitely recommend picking it up.