*Spoiler Alert* Are you happy with the ending of The Amazing Spiderman?

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  1. BraidedZero profile image84
    BraidedZeroposted 11 years ago

    *Spoiler Alert* Are you happy with the ending of The Amazing Spiderman?

    With the most recent #700 Amazing Spiderman we saw the demise of our friendly neighborhood Spiderman. Peter Parker is no more. In his place though we see the rise of Otto Octavious as "Superior" Spiderman. Do you think it will stick?

  2. dailytop10 profile image86
    dailytop10posted 11 years ago

    Not at all. Poor Spidy. Comics should cling with good endings to inspire kids. hehe

    1. BraidedZero profile image84
      BraidedZeroposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      There has to be a sad ending every once in a while. I am sad that it was Peter Parker though. He's always been my favorite. Marvel did it as a selling point though. You know people (even ones who don't read) will buy a comic where Peter Parker dies.

  3. Geekdom profile image89
    Geekdomposted 11 years ago

    No.  Peter Parker is the only Spider-Man.  Clark Kent, Bruce Wayne, Steve Rogers, and many many more have all died and come back to life.  The Ultimate Series may have Peter stay dead since it is an alternate time line but I feel the main universe will bring him back.

    1. BraidedZero profile image84
      BraidedZeroposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Yeah I have a feeling they will bring him back some way. One theory I have heard is that Octavius will eventually try to bring Parker back himself, since he is such a genius.

  4. Tonyx35 profile image60
    Tonyx35posted 11 years ago

    No.

    1) Now I feel as if I have to type "Peter B. Parker when referring to "Classic Spider-Man",  Peter O. Parker for however long this "Superior" Spider-Man lasts. Honestly I enjoyed Ultimate Spider-Man #160 much more.  Part of me wished they had brought in another Spidey artist for this issue.

    2) The cover of Superior Spider-Man #2 made my stomach turn. Knowing what happened in  ASM 700. There is a slim chance that I may like the New Peter O. Parker. Depends on how the character is written.

    1. BraidedZero profile image84
      BraidedZeroposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Yeah, I don't know if you read Avenging Spiderman 15.1 yet but it has Octavius as Spiderman and I don't really care for it. The whole comic is him bashing Parker. Also, one of the first things he does is schedule a date with MJ. Not cool.

 
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