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Old Man Winter is angry, the wind chill is at minus 40, and Peter Parker has dragged himself out of bed to sit around in the freezing cold waiting for the bad guys to show! If you've ever wondered what it would be really like to slide into Spider-Man's spandex, this self-contained slice-of-life story-- introducing possibly the weirdest villains ever to grace the pages of a comic -- is for you! Featuring guest art by Staz Johnson (Robin)!

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Snow Day 0

Okay, I must admit...there's been a lot of times when I've disliked Spidey.  I've called him emo, cry-baby, girly...but I guess, like everyone else who hates Spider-Man, I've forgotten what he's supposed to be all about.  When Stan Lee and the other guy created Spidey, they intended him to be different from all the other heroes at the time.  How was he different? He was a teenager, just growing up, dealing with the same angst and inner anger all of today's teens have to deal with. Now, reading t...

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Awesome one-shot from an under appreciated run 0

So I gotta admit this was the first Spider-Man comic I ever bought, and it was a great one. There's no deep plot line, or serious character development, there's not even a 'TO BE CONTINUED' at the end. It's simply Spider-Man trying to make it to Aunt May's during a snow storm. What appealed to me most at the time was Ramos' cover art, it had great colours and conveyed the chilling atmosphere well. I don't mind his type of drawing style, but personally I prefer Ramos' only drawing covers, because...

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