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Amazing Spider-Man comic book is ending at issue #700. What are your thoughts on

  1. Tonyx35 profile image61
    Tonyx35posted 5 years ago

    Amazing Spider-Man comic book is ending at issue #700. What are your thoughts on this?

    The Amazing Spider-Man comic book series is ending on issue #700. After that we will move on to "The Superior  Spider-Man". What  do you think will happen to Peter Parker? Will he still be Spider-Man? Will there be a new "Spider-Man"? What new abilities will The Superior Spider-Man have. Would you like him to stay in New York City? Any other predictions and thoughts are welcome.

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  2. FIS profile image76
    FISposted 5 years ago

    I think it's just a ploy to get a lot of people to go out and buy an Issue #1 merely because it's a #1. Okay.. Marvel is shuffling it's creative teams around.. but.. this happens all the time... it's only a big deal if you really like a creative team and are going to miss them. I've just started reading Iron Man #1 and.. while I'm not finished.. so far.. no significant change.. in fact.. in the preview of Marvel Now out last week.. the only person I saw changed radically was Nick Fury.. and that had me angry. Not because they are making him look more like he looks in the movie.. which.. you have to expect whenever there's a movie... but because they've practically made him a rookie rather than first runner up for the title of living legend of WWII.

  3. Geekdom profile image92
    Geekdomposted 5 years ago

    It will be very interesting to see.
    These changes are all to common in trying to find a way to boost sales. 
    Comics are not the profitable part of the business.  I was reading an interview by the writers of Avengers vs X-Men and they were discussing how it can be frustrating to write for the part of the business that is not that profitable so that billions can be made with  movies, films, video games and merchandising.  Yet, it is there stories that make that transition possible.

 
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