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    Reviews - The Amazing Spider-Man - #616

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8/10 - Uthor
Spider-Man rescues Keemia from Sandman. This was a great Spider-Man issue. There's some funny bits (like lying to Keemia while trying to run away from her). Sandman's new powers at logical and lead to a nice display of his internal conflict. Peter questions his effectiveness as Spider-Man. It could have used a little bit more of Peter Parker to balance things out, but a satisfying end to the Sandman two-parter.




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