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Over the past three years, he's faced New Ways to Die, a Gauntlet, and a Grim Hunt, and, through it all, Spider-Man has stood stronger than ever. But while recent events may have drastically changed Peter and his friends, the ol' Parker luck threatens a turn for the even-worse at any second. One thing's for certain though, the sun is setting on the Wallcrawler's Brand New Day, and tomorrow begins right here!

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3.69 stars 3.69/5 Stars Average score of 8 user reviews

While a solid issue, a bit on the pricey side. 0

The final issue of brand new day. Amazing Spider-Man issue 647. To officialy close out Brand New Day Marvel decided to go with a anthology issue of sorts. A multitude of issues from spidey writers such as Dan Slott (Writer of the upcoming Big Time), Joe Kelly, Mark Waid, and Zeb Wells.  The stories are hit or miss and a few one them are quite good.  PROS: The first story is a solid story and it was funny seeing all the regular ASM characters dressed up (Harry as Doc Ock and Mary Jane as Jackpot ...

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Review: Amazing Spider-Man #647 0

Several stories about Spider-Man and his loved ones are told, all of them revolving around Harry Osborn's Halloween-themed going away party.  The Good Since this is an anthology, it's best to focus on my favorite shorts and the one I liked the most was definitely the Gale's snarky goof on city labor unions.  Well's intense short about Harry Osborn to Vin's none-too-subtle threat was a nice change of pace and, remarkably, the first time I've actually rooted for the character. While I'm usually l...

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