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Yes, even with the thrice monthly Amazing Spider-Man, we've got more stories to tell in the life of Peter Parker as Bob Gale and Pat Olliffe's hearlded Amazing Spider-Man digital comics leap off the screen and into your pull list. With a public opinion dropping day by day, Mayor Jameson tries to boost his image, sending the aptly named Anti-Spider-Squad on 24 Hour duty and scheduling appearences with major celebrities. But will his plans be derailed by the color-bending SPECTRUM? And also...Who are the SPIDER-GIRLS? And how will they turn Peter Parker's life upside down? The webs are only part of the story as we delve into the life of PETER PARKER!

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Last Friday I was perusing my local comic shop and came across this book. I was surprised that a new Spider-Man title was released without me knowing (I usually have my finger on the pulse of new Spidey), but it was a great find. Pat Olliffe's art is always great. The way he draws Spidey is very distinct, but very classic too. It almost feels like an extension of a 1980s Ron Frenz, with Peter having thin facial features and a very lithe frame. The story itself is very entertaining, almost to the...

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