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PREVIEW: Amazing Spider-Man #624

The origin of the new Vulture

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AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #624 Cover by Michael Lark
WRITER: Mark Waid
PENCILS: Paul Azaceta

THE STORY:
The origin of the new Vulture! Who is he? Why does he prey on the city's criminals? And what extreme circumstance could possibly make Spider-Man even consider allying with a creature this deadly? The Gauntlet pits Spidey against his most dangerous foe yet! Rated A ...$2.99

 

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      3 comments
      silentprocess
      silentprocess

      [quote@bds197485 As ponymaster says, awesome. I'm getting into these Gauntlet books more than I thought I would. Since they're writing them in the style of the 70's and 80's, it makes one remember how good Spiderman was back then and how maybe after all these years, Spidey might be getting his glory back. Don't get me wrong, I love Spiderman. I'm just glad to see the book get some heart back into it.[/quote] That's good to know.. Since I collect everything in Trades I won't know what's going on for a few more months, so it's nice to hear people are enjoying this and that it reminds them of the "good ol' days".

      bds197485
      bds197485

      As ponymaster says, awesome. I'm getting into these Gauntlet books more than I thought I would. Since they're writing them in the style of the 70's and 80's, it makes one remember how good Spiderman was back then and how maybe after all these years, Spidey might be getting his glory back. Don't get me wrong, I love Spiderman. I'm just glad to see the book get some heart back into it.