Didn't DK, like, punch the moon out of orbit in Donkey Kong Country Returns?
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Honestly, from the time Stan Lee is off the book, ASM kinda lags. There's some occasional great stuff in Conway's run, like Death of Gwen Stacy, of course, but that stuff is mostly for the die-hards.
But, you stopped right before it became great. Power through until you get to Roger Stern's run. From there ASM maintains a pretty high level of quality all the way up until the Clone Saga. Then, I'd just recommend skipping to JMS's run.
I'd also recommend checking out some of the Spectacular Spider-man issues. Particularly Mantlo's second run on the title, Peter David's run, which includes one of the top Spidey stories of all time, and then onto J.M. DeMatteis's fantastic stuff.
Spider-Man will NEVER hurt Luke Cage. And I very seriously doubt either version of Spider-Man could hurt Iron Fist.
Agreed. Spider-man should have no trouble hurting Fist, and I would think he could hurt Luke too. The upcoming Mighty Avengers might help illuminate this.
@thecheesestabber: What makes this story non-canon? I haven't seen it called non-canon anywhere, and there's nothing that's all that contradictory in the story itself. At least, there wasn't in the first three issues. I haven't read this one yet.
Is this series non-canon? I just figured it was meant to take place in the past.
Seeing that Spidey can move 40x faster than normal acrobats actually makes sense. Sure He cant run at that pace but he can still move that fast with his agility and in h2h combat speed. Pete's Combat speed reflexes actually works alongside his agility to move this fast. So yes He's faster than bullets, He just cant outrun them, but with agility/reflexes like that who needs to run? I hope this makes the miles in seconds feat sound more plausible because it wasn't running speed, just really REALLY fast parkour, which is totally different when in combat.
He literally has "outran"(webswinging) bullets before. As in, he was web swinging so fast that was able to keep ahead of bullets that were tracking him.
Well... that's strange.
What's odd is that that's not exactly a one time thing. He was able to outrace bullets for a decent chunk of time with his agility and web slinging. Recently he also was able to beat both bullets and electrical energy blasts to their targets. I wouldn't really try to argue that as Spider-man's speed as it is a ridiculous outlier compared to his average, but the fact that he's done things in the same realm of speed more than once is pretty impressive.
Btw ain't there a scan where spidey moved to fast for a computer to track? FYI if spideys that fast then screw human reaction time spider-man out does computers.
I know you asked for this a while ago, but better late than never: