I probably have no business starting this thread considering I only read 2 books this week, but diminished budget or no, Amazing Spider-Man 566 was pretty interesting, although I must have missed when Daredevil was revealed as Matt Murdock. the issue ended on a pretty interesting cliffhanger, too! So did the latest isuse of Captain America, which has a pretty decent Cap vs. Cap fight, although not as good as the one I saw in a What If? one time.
Originally posted by AlexAmazing Spider-Man 566 was pretty interesting, although I must have missed when Daredevil was revealed as Matt Murdock. the issue ended on a pretty interesting cliffhanger, too!
I just read this issue. I'm assuming that Mephisto's magic whammy that wiped everyone's knowledge of Peter's secret identity had no effect on Peter's knowledge of other heroes' true identities. Peter has known Daredevil was Matt Murdock for a long time. The writing in the scene was a little awkward, but that's the only way I can explain it to myself.
I liked the little reference to the last time Spider-Man fought Vermin being right after he and Mary Jane "moved in together".
(edited by SchippeWreck on 22.7.08 1300) "It's magic! We don't need to explain it!"
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