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J. Michael Straczynski and John Romita Jr. introduce an enigmatic stranger who will forever change the way Peter Parker views himself ... and the origins of his amazing alter ego! Plus, the web-slinger struggles with the most horrific tragedy ever to befall his city: the events of Sept. 11. Then, for years, Peter Parker kept his heroic double identity a guarded secret from his beloved Aunt May. Now that she's finally learned the truth, how will May react to the shocking revelation? Plus: On a trip to California, Spider-Man takes on his classic foe, Doctor Octopus! Collects Amazing Spider-Man #30-45.
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Well, hello everyone.      I always had a liking for Spider-Man, thinking his neutral good personality (a desire to do good while not abiding laws to the letter blindly) was a good fit for a superhero. Yes, he is no Batman, but, give the guy some credit, nobody is "the Batman" And while Peter has some interesting enemies (Green Goblin and Doctor Octopus) its something else that has always made me like Spidey. Peter is real. Spider-man is a normal guy who became extraordinary, …
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