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SNEAK PEEK: Amazing Spider-Man #638

Behold Paolo Rivera's gorgeous cover to the first chapter of "One Moment in Time"


ONE MOMENT IN TIME Part 1 - The questions have been haunting readers throughout Spider-Man's Brand New Day and now the answers are here in four double-sized issues! What really happened at the wedding of Spider-Man and Mary Jane? What does Mary Jane know about Spider-Man today? How did ONE MORE DAY affect the Marvel U? Joe Quesada and Paolo Rivera are here to pull back the curtain and fill in every blank...but the answers may come at a cost to all that Peter Parker loves. This 4-part arc will hold answers, resolutions, and set up the course of Spider-Man's life for years to come... ...and all will be revealed with a whisper. Rated A ...$3.99
IN STORES: July 21, 2010


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i'm totally agree, there are some good things post OMD , the return of Eddie Brock, The Rino story is amazing, the relationship with black cat is funny too , but BND destroyed very good things, maybe in the ultimate spiderman, BND was good idea , but not in the real storyline....


Marvel PLEASE reset back to the original Spidey universe with this story arc. Me and a bunch of other fans out there miss the original world. I have not read many Spiderman issuses since BND. I tried to handle it and give credit where due but sad to say as a Spidey fan for over 10 years and collecting so many issues I have not bought a single issue in the past year or 2 because it's not Spiderman. You had a great thing going before BND and you killed so much with BND. One of my all-time favorite story arcs was The Other and you totally wiped that out along with some other really good stories and buildups to epic events. Cut all this kiddy stuff out and go back to the TRUE Spiderman


Moogerfooger...I was a subscriber a long time ago (10 years) and I NEVER got my issues on time, or even at all some months. I know EXACTLY how you feel, and it's really terrible the way that it is handled. It was really terrible when it was one of the cross-over events taking place over the multiple Spidey books. Your best bet is to try and find a comic store near you, or even a third-party site to try and get your issues.Lord_Snake...maybe one day. For now, it seems we have another year or so of this, at the very least. It's gone on even longer than I had predicted when BND started. I understand that they wanted to make Spider-Man "fun" again, but so far all the stories seem inconsequential and kind of "kiddie" (and no, I don't believe Disney had any part in that, seeing as this started back in '08. That and I don't really think Disney will change anything because of backlash).I just hope this provides the answers we want, though I doubt they'll be satisfactory...


I quite like the cover, very old skool


please no more of that... , bring us back the true web head's story line. No that alternative world where may lives , and he hasn't all his power

moogerfooger22 plus member

You'd think becoming part of a major corporation like Disney would mean that they start to streamline their customer service policies regarding subscriptions, particularly for their more loyal and dedicated fans. I've spent over three hours on the phone with customer service since January trying to get my comics in order, and I live in the states! For a largely superfluous industry operating in at a time when the world-economy is ailing, they seem to have a habit of treating their loyal customers like just another buck. Is it too much to ask to get special options for shipping? To get books in the mail on time, and not a month after they've been released on the stands?


I find these new comics coming out in the US really annoying as I have to wait ages before I can read them because I live in the UK and the comic I read, Astonishing Spider-Man, takes age old comics from the US and reprints them for the UK. I hate the wait!