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    Reviews - The Amazing Spider-Man - #627

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6/10 - Uthor
Spider-Man finds the Juggernaut in Central Park and spends the issue looking for why he's there. It features Spider-Man going all detective, which is a nice change. The issue was okay, but both Spider-Man and Peter spent a lot of time chasing down clues, only to have the answer present itself nonetheless. So, a lot of time wasted getting nowhere. Hope it pays off well.




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