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I dropped anything Spidey related with the whole One More Day bullcrap.
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Certain story lines have been pretty decent, but nothing that hasn't been done better by other writer/artist teams.

Give NEW WAYS TO DIE a shot, but mostly it's been shit.

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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.69
    Originally posted by Scottyflamingo
    I dropped anything Spidey related with the whole One More Day bullcrap.

It's actually been pretty good lately.

Marcos Martin's art has been top notch.

We've had a bunch of death issues. Last month was [name redacted] and next month is apparently a Human Torch tribute issue.

Spidey also just joined the FF (Future Foundation, not Fantastic Four), which is also worth readig.

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Big fan of Spider-Man comics here. I had previously read everything from the start of JMS's run through Back in Black (right after Civil War). About 2 months ago I dropped about $100 to get everything from then until about a year ago in trades on

While the One More Day stuff was lame, the Spider-Man that came out of the reset has been really fun to read. There isn't much deep and meaningful about it -- it comes down to Peter Parker dealing with the same crap he always has been and Spider-Man cracking jokes + fighting bad guys. But that is why I like to read Spider-Man, so it's been a great ride for me. There has been a ton of material since One More Day, so it's easy to pick and choose what stories you want to read and not miss too much of the long-term details.

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Spiderman in FF has intrigued me, but if it ends like Spiderman in New Avengers then it will be Peter in the background cracking the occasional joke when really if they put their minds to it anyone of the roster could do that job. While, I like a Peter who cracks jokes and beats up bad guys, I like him with some depth.

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