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    Reviews - The Amazing Spider-Man - #600

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Good Milestone Issue - Uthor
This is a good example of how handle a milestone issue. The story is done-in-one; perfect for a new reader. An old villain is brought back scarier than ever. A couple plot threads are wrapped up without being too complicated for those unfamiliar with the story. And the main story ends with a cameo that is sure to turn Spider-Man's world upside down.

On top of all that, the special features are pretty good. Some are funny. Some flesh out a few details. Stan Lee comes back to write a short story. Best of all: no reprinting of an old issue to pad the page count.

All 104 pages for a measly $5? Great buy, I say.




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