marvelman1985's The Amazing Spider-Man #665 - Crossroads review

Very Disappointing

I was very disappointed with this issue as well. I hoped it would be one of those "1980's like' comics in which Spider-Man was a background character and oversaw the lead-character that only appeared in this comic, like a tendent being evicted out of his house or something. But this was flat and no soul in it at all.. The story wanted to be inspiring and clearly used those older comic-stories i just described as inspiration, but it just did not live up to it's expectations. I would, therefore, not recommend this issue.

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