COMICS: The REAL "Superior" Spidey Featured In AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #700.2 First Look

COMICS: The REAL "Superior" Spidey Featured In AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #700.2 First Look

That's right, the true Peter Parker gets the spotlight in David Morrell (First Blood) and Klaus Janson's (Daredevil: End of Days) Amazing Spider-Man #700.2, and you can check out the beginning of his trek across New York City to save Aunt May after the jump!

• One year after his death at the hands of the Superior Spider-Man – PETER PARKER IS BACK!
• Acclaimed novelist David Morrell (First Blood) and legendary comics icon Klaus Janson (DAREDEVIL: END OF DAYS) team up to kick off this celebration of the world’s greatest super hero!
• With a blizzard crippling New York City, Spider-Man must protect the city – but Aunt May’s life is in danger!

Variant Cover by MIRCO FEDERICI
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Filed Under "Marvel Comics" 12/6/2013
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KalJeter - 12/6/2013, 2:32 AM
That second cover is gorgeous, but whats up with the hoof foot on the first one?
BaronZemo - 12/6/2013, 2:38 AM
Bring back Spidey, please, everybody wants him back!
Brainiac13 - 12/6/2013, 2:54 AM
Superior SM is a fantastic still has PP conscience in fresh story telling. When PP backs....he will be different and how he copes with Doc Ocs decisions.

I think everyone should give it a read.
AmazingFantasy - 12/6/2013, 3:05 AM
Oh peter
TheGreenBastard - 12/6/2013, 3:42 AM
I think Slott is doing a great job, love this series. It's a new and fresh story for the character, and it opens a lot of story options.
Ancar - 12/6/2013, 3:47 AM
charlie2094 - 12/6/2013, 4:02 AM

I completely agree, Superior has been a fantastic read, Slott's doing a great job with it. Spider-Man needed something new, and this is a great story and will open up a lot of potentials for when Peter returns and has to deal with what Ock has done in his name, which was sometimes "Superior". Hoping Peter doesn't return too soon, read so many Peter titles, nice to read something fresh like this, better read than I imagine Amazing would've been had that still been going...#700.1 wasn't anything great, felt like it was just there to appease some of the ones who want Peter back so bad

There's 1000's of Peter titles, think people should give it a chance, but it's one of Marvels best selling titles (if not the best) so thankfully people are definitely reading it
Brainiac13 - 12/6/2013, 4:10 AM

There are lots fans hating and want the same crap fed to them each month.....this is a fresh take.

My collection Spidey comics is huge and will be happy for this to join my many boxes in my garage.

I'm glad someone else is enjoying this.
TheDpool - 12/6/2013, 4:13 AM
I grew tired of hating superior Spiderman mainly due to the fact that once Peter is back it'll be interesting to see how he adjusts to the changes Otto has caused, and how he'll try and fix relationships with the other heroes.

This is nice having Peter back even if its not set now but seriously what's up with his foot in the first cover?
TheGreenBastard - 12/6/2013, 4:26 AM
Brainiac: I've been saying the same thing about people wanting the same old stories.
Brainiac13 - 12/6/2013, 4:32 AM

Good man.....keep it up.

I believe changes like this should happen in comic books but drastic changes in Movies like IM3 is a no no for me.
MightyZeus - 12/6/2013, 5:35 AM
The cover looks nice but they really need to bring back Spidey!!!
TelaVizion - 12/6/2013, 5:38 AM
Has anyone been reading the Longshot series? This week's issue showed that Doc Ock was exposed as to killing Peter and taking over his body. J.J. Jameson and the Avengers what to put him down, but Longshot stops them. Doc has done so much good being Spidey, and uses what looks like the cosmic cube to keep Doc Ock as Spidey.
Donekin - 12/6/2013, 6:17 AM
Full Disclosure: I have not read a spider-man conic since 2010. It was comforting to know that Peter Parker was out there racking up more stories and taking down more rogues, though. I think that it's time for his resurrection. There are just certain heroes you don't kill. Spidey, Cap, Batman. They aren't my favorites but they are indispensable icons.
Franshu - 12/6/2013, 6:46 AM
The superior Spider-Man series is not as bad as I expected, but Slott was a fool for telling us that Ock will replace Peter definitely, when he's not writing him with that in mind, clearly: he's making no effort to turn Ock into a hero, and what's more, he stillb behaves pretty much as a villain, so there is NO WAY this will be permanent. The only thing he's doing is adding some emotional connections/love intrerests to the character, so that his fall from grace is a little more trgic than a "[frick] yeah, peter's back" moment. But yeah, about 6 months from now, Peter will be back, I'm sure of that now.
StarkAnthony - 12/6/2013, 8:17 AM
I hate the argument (in any case) that "it's a fresh take on the character and it opens a lot of story possibilities." Any big shake up could do that, but that doesn't mean it's isn't dumb. For example, if Captain America suddenly morphed into a lizard man and had to try to continue bein a superhero while hiding from society, it would be a fresh take with story possibilities. It would also be really dumb. You can't say in this case that it's a fresh take on the character of Spider-Man because it's a different character entirely. I'm not saying Superior wasn't an interesting idea, but it's gone in too long. Should have been a story arc that lasted a few issues, not over a year.
jimdotbeep - 12/6/2013, 8:28 AM
It's good that they're finally bringing back peter parker. Though I wish they wouldn't draw him to look like Andrew Garfield
TheRealDorkKnight - 12/7/2013, 5:53 PM
so petes back? howd this happen? i stopped paying attention to spidey when this whole superior crap started

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