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Superior Spider-Man Volume 1 Oversized
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"This volume contains the final issues of the Amazing Spider-Man (#698-700) and the first five issues of the Spectacular Spider-Man )#1-5). The first section tells of the last days of Doctor Octopus, and his final cunning plan to cheat death - which works - and the second section tells of his new life as New York's favourite superhero. The two sections are available separately, and the individual reviews follow:
Spider-Man - Dying Wish
The Reichenbach Manoeuvre
The story running through the Amazing Spider-Man issues #698-700 is collected as Spider-Man: Dying Wish (Amazing Spider-Man). This is the final volume of the Amazing Spider-Man, as the dying Doctor Octopus puts his final master plan into operation, and swaps his mind with Peter Parker's, just prior to his death, leaving Parker to die in his body, as Octopus swings off into the sunset in a new, young and healthy body, and with full access to his own and Parker's memories. The world, as they say, is his lobster, or any other crustacean du jour. Unfortunately, that was just issue #698. There are another two to fill, and so the famed Parker luck comes into play...
This is a well-written and enjoyable story, though it seems to flash by very quickly; I was left thinking "was that it?" at the end, despite the end being a double-length story. However, that being said, when you only have a day to live, I'm sure time does appear to go by very quickly. The art was the now-usual cartoony style, which meant that civilian figures were drawn as caricatures, and I still have trouble recognising Peter Parker out of costume, though some inkers are better than others at maintaining character likenesses.
I note that Doctor Octopus's plan has been woven into the Spider-Man adventures over a long period, the key moments, as we are shown being in "Dies in Your Arms Tonight" and "Spider Island". However, I also note that "Marvel Now" appears to have a common theme of getting rid of the Big Guns from the current Marvel Universe, with Thor and Iron Man off in space, the Fantastic Four off in time and space, Captain America off in another Dimension, and Wolverine waking up in strange places with no memory of how he got there (in two different titles!). This method at least keeps a Spider-Man in play (as does the Fantastic Four, as they left a stand-in FF behind for emergencies). I further note that of the stories that I have read, they have been uniformly excellent, especially the Superior Spider-Man, the sequel to this story. No Secret Wars or other external agencies at work this time, just natural plot development."
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