Amazing Spider-Man
The Parker clan web-sling and wall-crawl their way into your hearts! Life is good for husband and wife Peter Parker and Mary Jane: their daughter Annie is their pride and joy, they're both working and (barely) making ends meet, they're keeping the streets of New York City safe from super villains...you know, normal everyday stuff. Oh, did we mention MJ and Annie have super-powers just like Peter? Being Spider-Man just became a family affair! And when the Mole Man attacks NYC, only the sensational Spider-Family can stop him!Collecting: Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows 1-5

Amazing Spider-Man Details

TitleAmazing Spider-Man
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJun 27th, 2017
PublisherMarvel Comics
ISBN-139781302905804
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GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Superheroes, Marvel, Spider Man, Comic Book

Amazing Spider-Man Review

  • Chad
    January 1, 1970
    Wow, a Spider-Man comic that actually has me liking Peter and MJ still being together. Peter has used Regent's tech to share his powers with MJ so know we have the whole family fighting crime. Veteran Spidey writer, Gerry Conway, gives a distinct voice to each member of the family. I love in the first two issues where in the thought balloons for Peter and MJ they are trying to juggle their family to-do lists in their head while they swing through buildings, just like the rest of us adults do whi Wow, a Spider-Man comic that actually has me liking Peter and MJ still being together. Peter has used Regent's tech to share his powers with MJ so know we have the whole family fighting crime. Veteran Spidey writer, Gerry Conway, gives a distinct voice to each member of the family. I love in the first two issues where in the thought balloons for Peter and MJ they are trying to juggle their family to-do lists in their head while they swing through buildings, just like the rest of us adults do while driving in the car. This book is Fun with a capital F.
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  • Mike
    January 1, 1970
    So much fun. Pretty art. Gerry Conway surprised me as much as anyone that he could write in a modern voice. One of the writers I grew up on, I’m thrilled to see how he (a) gets the cadences and brevity of modern comics dialogue, (b) avoids the tics of old, (c) writes MJ in a way that sounds like an adult woman, and (d) writes a kid like he’s recently been one. Annie May is a perfect blend of sassy, deferential and impatient.And MJ is framed as a powerful, interdependent partner to Peter (who tha So much fun. Pretty art. Gerry Conway surprised me as much as anyone that he could write in a modern voice. One of the writers I grew up on, I’m thrilled to see how he (a) gets the cadences and brevity of modern comics dialogue, (b) avoids the tics of old, (c) writes MJ in a way that sounds like an adult woman, and (d) writes a kid like he’s recently been one. Annie May is a perfect blend of sassy, deferential and impatient.And MJ is framed as a powerful, interdependent partner to Peter (who thankfully doesn’t dominate the action or the conversations, except as a doting father and husband). What a breath of fresh air for stodgy-responsibility-junkie Peter this is - we don’t have to slog through him dragging his many albatross’ around!I love that the parents’ arguing is just like a Peanuts cartoon:This comics is, in fact, pretty hilarious. I wish I had half the spunk Annie May has. And can someone please explain to me why Family Fun Night (issue 5) is the best comic in this whole collection? How does a completely non-superhero story take the cake like this (even with some supes action, this was clearly all about family)? I just couldn’t even...when I read the opening page. (Maybe it’s because I don’t have kids and always secretly wanted a daughter like Annie May.)As my friend Chad said, this book is fun with a Capital "F". Gerry Conway has impressed the hell out of me by breaking the "old comics writers can't escape the terribly rotten writing of their past" stereotype.
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  • James DeSantis
    January 1, 1970
    Wow talk about super freaking fun. This is Marvel's best idea for Spider-man in forever. I enjoyed Renew Your Vows by Dan Slott but didn't love it. The ending left me kind of meh on it (the start was great though) however this...this is where it's at. Gerry makes sure to note that FAMILY is the key factor here. Once you wrap your head around that you're really gonna enjoy this series. Much like Superman for DC Rebirth, Renew your vows makes sure to get the family dynamic right. With May being th Wow talk about super freaking fun. This is Marvel's best idea for Spider-man in forever. I enjoyed Renew Your Vows by Dan Slott but didn't love it. The ending left me kind of meh on it (the start was great though) however this...this is where it's at. Gerry makes sure to note that FAMILY is the key factor here. Once you wrap your head around that you're really gonna enjoy this series. Much like Superman for DC Rebirth, Renew your vows makes sure to get the family dynamic right. With May being the key star here. Little Spider-girl living her daily life at school, getting use to her powers, and living with Peter Parker and MJ as mom and dad it works really well. When the MOLE man of all villains attacks the family must team up to take him down. Can the family of Spiders be the heroes of the day!? Good: I LOVE the family banter. All the back and forth was great with the family, and the little stories outside the main one were adorable. I also LOVE the artwork, so damn good! The little different types of artwork to fits the story. Also, how great is watching Moleman as the main enemy try his best to be some big bad? The family can't even take him serious. Bad: I dislike the direction they went with Harry's son. He seems too typical evil for me to really enjoy it. I guess he'll be a big player later but right now he comes across silly and not in a good way. Overall I had a ton of fun with this title. I think this is what SPider-man needs to be. Light hearted, all about family, and amazing art to boot. Besides the thing with Harry's son I had a blast reading this and can't wait for more! A 4 out of 5.
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  • Chris Lemmerman
    January 1, 1970
    [Read as single issues]Marvel are able to have their cake and eat it too with this spin-off mini-series set in the same universe as the Battleworld Renew Your Vows series, in which Peter and Mary Jane are happily married with their daughter, Annie May Parker. With the threat of Regent behind them, Peter and MJ set about starting their own crime fighting family, with an inventive use of past technology to enable MJ to fight alongside Peter. Of course, Annie isn't about to let them have all the fu [Read as single issues]Marvel are able to have their cake and eat it too with this spin-off mini-series set in the same universe as the Battleworld Renew Your Vows series, in which Peter and Mary Jane are happily married with their daughter, Annie May Parker. With the threat of Regent behind them, Peter and MJ set about starting their own crime fighting family, with an inventive use of past technology to enable MJ to fight alongside Peter. Of course, Annie isn't about to let them have all the fun, and soon the three are fighting the Mole Man together in these first five issues.Writer Gerry Conway captures the family dynamic between these characters perfectly, with Annie sounding exactly as a child should, while Peter and MJ's push-and-pull parental overbearing is fun to see unfold. Aiding him is Spider-Man artist extraordinaire Ryan Stegman, who has cut his teeth on Amazing Spider-Man, Superior Spider-Man, Scarlet Spider, and more in his Marvel tenure so he's well at home here.If you're still sore about Pete and MJ not being together, this book will more than whet your palette for that status quo.
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  • Adam Fisher
    January 1, 1970
    Continuing out of the Secret Wars storyline, we find our Spider-Family still saving the day. Having seized the tech from Regent at the end of Vol. 0, MJ now has a suit that siphons off power from Peter, and fights crime right along side of him as Spinneret (love this name!). Annie May, their daughter, gets into her own set of trouble with her spider powers, and eventually get dubbed Spiderling.The main baddie of the book is Mole Man, coming up from underground to get some of Regent's left over t Continuing out of the Secret Wars storyline, we find our Spider-Family still saving the day. Having seized the tech from Regent at the end of Vol. 0, MJ now has a suit that siphons off power from Peter, and fights crime right along side of him as Spinneret (love this name!). Annie May, their daughter, gets into her own set of trouble with her spider powers, and eventually get dubbed Spiderling.The main baddie of the book is Mole Man, coming up from underground to get some of Regent's left over tech, but both Norman Osborn (MJ calls him Normie because he's only 10 years old!) and Sandman (robbing the bank next door to Bouncy Bunny, a Chuck-E-Cheese rip off) make appearances and get taken down by the Parkers.I really appreciate this book for making it a family affair. Peter and MJ as parents feels very natural to me, and would have probably happened if not for the events of "One More Day". To see them all with powers and fighting together while still keeping the book lighthearted and funny is a great joy to me. Very excited for the next Volume as we were left with the teaser "Next: Meet the X-Men"! Perhaps we will see how this whole pre-cog power that Annie May seems to have pans out. High recommend.
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  • Gary Butler
    January 1, 1970
    37th book read in 2018.Number 474 out of 697 on my all time book list.More like 3.5 - Disappointing. This book is redeemed only by the two shorts that are amazing. The main story is dull and predictable.
  • Diz
    January 1, 1970
    I enjoy stories about families in superhero comics, and this starts well with a bit of breakfast hijinks. However, it descends into bickering between Peter and MJ about her role as a hero. Peter is written as being a bit too old-fashioned and over-protective in this story for my tastes. It takes some of the fun out of Spider-man.
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  • Alex Sarll
    January 1, 1970
    A continuation of the miniseries following an alternate world Peter Parker whose marriage wasn't sold to Satan. And not only is he still with MJ, but she and their daughter both share his powers (and the daughter seems to have a little something extra too). If anything it's more enjoyable now the mini's rather dull new villain is out of the way - instead we get classic Marvel foes (including the second funniest Mole Man I've ever read), but they serve mainly as a backdrop for the family comedy A A continuation of the miniseries following an alternate world Peter Parker whose marriage wasn't sold to Satan. And not only is he still with MJ, but she and their daughter both share his powers (and the daughter seems to have a little something extra too). If anything it's more enjoyable now the mini's rather dull new villain is out of the way - instead we get classic Marvel foes (including the second funniest Mole Man I've ever read), but they serve mainly as a backdrop for the family comedy A-plot. And it's just so refreshing to see a happy, albeit bickering, family allowed to form the heart of a superhero comic.
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  • Matt
    January 1, 1970
    Collects Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows (2016) issues #1-5My head wants to give this a 4-star rating, but my heart wants to give it a 5-star rating. Even though I'm not buying this series issue-by-issue, I really hope it continues. It is fun seeing a parallel universe world in which Peter Parker and MJ are married, and are raising their spider-powered daughter. Using Regent's technology from Volume #0, MJ is able to tap into Peter's powers giving this family trio a chance to fight crime all Collects Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows (2016) issues #1-5My head wants to give this a 4-star rating, but my heart wants to give it a 5-star rating. Even though I'm not buying this series issue-by-issue, I really hope it continues. It is fun seeing a parallel universe world in which Peter Parker and MJ are married, and are raising their spider-powered daughter. Using Regent's technology from Volume #0, MJ is able to tap into Peter's powers giving this family trio a chance to fight crime all together. This book is good (not great) and fun, and I'm looking forward to reading more. Solid writing and solid artwork.
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  • Ryan
    January 1, 1970
    I wanted to love this. Peter and Mary Jane were one of the greatest love stories in comics - I went so far as to stop reading Marvel for years after their marriage was demonically annuled. So seeing them back together (with daughter Annie in tow) was great. The Parker family bits of this were great to read.However, there's a metaphor here that I'm deeply uncomfortable with. Mary Jane is given superpowers (because comics), and it's eventually revealed that when she uses those powers she's sapping I wanted to love this. Peter and Mary Jane were one of the greatest love stories in comics - I went so far as to stop reading Marvel for years after their marriage was demonically annuled. So seeing them back together (with daughter Annie in tow) was great. The Parker family bits of this were great to read.However, there's a metaphor here that I'm deeply uncomfortable with. Mary Jane is given superpowers (because comics), and it's eventually revealed that when she uses those powers she's sapping Peter of his strength. The implication being that marriage weakens you, which is an unfortunate metaphor to have (whether it's intentional or not), and which undermines the whole point of having these characters together.
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  • Terry Mcginnis
    January 1, 1970
    This should be titled, "Renew your interest in Spider-Man." This is a great alternate universe story with Spider-Man, Mary Jane, and their daughter, Annie. If you miss old school Spidey, especially him being married to Mary Jane, look no further. The dialogue is witty, the story is equal parts fun, serious, and family-oriented (dynamic wise). This volume follows the miniseries and nicely sets up the second volume with a great cliffhanger from none other than a 10-year old Osborn (the 3rd). Good This should be titled, "Renew your interest in Spider-Man." This is a great alternate universe story with Spider-Man, Mary Jane, and their daughter, Annie. If you miss old school Spidey, especially him being married to Mary Jane, look no further. The dialogue is witty, the story is equal parts fun, serious, and family-oriented (dynamic wise). This volume follows the miniseries and nicely sets up the second volume with a great cliffhanger from none other than a 10-year old Osborn (the 3rd). Good stuff, and highly recommended for Spider-Man fans. 4 stars.
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  • Anna
    January 1, 1970
    Not the best Spider-Man one could imagine or hope for but still a fun and adorable read. I especially liked the short story about MJ and Annie fighting Rhino --- well, perhaps not exactly fighting but very quickly kicking his butt ;)
  • Daniel Butcher
    January 1, 1970
    Fine little Spidey family drama.
  • Michael
    January 1, 1970
    A decade ago, the controversial "One Day More" storyline saw the Spider-universe hit a ginormous reset button and remove the marriage of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson from the continuity. Years later, another huge crossover event would, the second (or is it the third) Secret Wars storyline saw the creation of a parallel universe where Peter and MJ are still married and raising a daughter.Their daughter, May, has similar powers to those of her father. In the wake of an evil overlord named Mon A decade ago, the controversial "One Day More" storyline saw the Spider-universe hit a ginormous reset button and remove the marriage of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson from the continuity. Years later, another huge crossover event would, the second (or is it the third) Secret Wars storyline saw the creation of a parallel universe where Peter and MJ are still married and raising a daughter.Their daughter, May, has similar powers to those of her father. In the wake of an evil overlord named Monarch who seems intent on collecting all the super powers he can get his mitts on, Peter is hopping to stay one step ahead of the latest detection devices for himself and his daughter. But when they get noticed and rumors of the Spider-Man's return begin to surface, Peter finds himself fighting to defend his family -- and now the family wants to join the fight. The resolution of that storyline encompasses volume 0 of this series and then things really get going on volumes 1 and 2. Written by long-time Spider-writer Gerry Conway, these collection of arcs is a lot more fun than they have any right to be. Having recently revisited Conway's tenure on Amazing Spider-Man, I wasn't sure what, if anything, I should expect from these issues. But after trying to read much of the current storylines taking place in the Spider-Man universe, I found these refreshingly easy to digest, straight-forward and welcoming to readers who haven't memorized every detail of comic book continuity for the past decade. Seeing Peter try to juggle his secret identity along with the demands of the two women in his life to be part of the crime-fighting team gives the story some much needed depth. The second collection even raises the stakes a bit by having MJ become motivated to contribute to the team (tech left over from Monarch lets her share Peter's powers) and turning to Liz Allen for a new version of the Venom symbiote.These three collections are some of the best recent Spider-Man stories I've read and they reminded me of what it was that I initially loved so much about my favorite wallcrawler.
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  • Will Robinson Jr.
    January 1, 1970
    Everything a Spider-man fan boy would want in a Spider-man comic series. After introducing us to the Spider Parker family clan in Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows for the Marvel Secret Wars event it was time to legitimately give this concept of Peter Parker family man a try. The truth is that this series exist only so Marvel can have its cake and eat it too. The heads at Marvel do not want to undo the events of Spider-Man: One More Day in which Peter's marriage to Mary Jane Watson was wiped a Everything a Spider-man fan boy would want in a Spider-man comic series. After introducing us to the Spider Parker family clan in Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows for the Marvel Secret Wars event it was time to legitimately give this concept of Peter Parker family man a try. The truth is that this series exist only so Marvel can have its cake and eat it too. The heads at Marvel do not want to undo the events of Spider-Man: One More Day in which Peter's marriage to Mary Jane Watson was wiped away from the Marvel universe continuity. I am one of the many fans who felt that Peters marriage was the beginning of a new step in the adventures of Peter Parker. Lets be honest having Peter stay a teenager or just single guy living with his aunt May can get a bit old. Readers deserve to see a progression. I personally feel that now that Miles Morales exist he should be the teenage spider guy while Peter should move into a mentor position and we get to see an adult spider-man deal with the everyday struggles of work, a wife, kids and save his city. The Family man Peter Parker is something I have always wanted to see. Longtime Spider-man scribe Gerry Conway has made my dream come true. In the first volume of the Renew your volume series we get to see Peter balance his superhero career against his strong willed wife Mary Jane (Spinerette) and his equally strong willed daughter, Annie (Spiderling). What makes this book work is the family dynamic between the Parkers. The artwork by series regular Stegman is great as well. There are some great closeup panels in the book. Even the colorists are doing a fantastic job here. This is just a fun and amazing looking book . I can not wait to pick up the next volume. I am probably going to purchase this series for support that someday this version of Spider-man will become a part of the main continuity.
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  • Kevin
    January 1, 1970
    I'm an old softy at heart, so when I heard there was going to be a mini-series about Peter Parker and Mary Jane where their marriage wasn't dissolved by one of the dumbest editorial decisions in comic book history, I was all in. And even more so when I saw it was going to become an ongoing series -- "Renew Your Vows" is something we just don't get to see very much these days, a story about a family trying to make a normal life work while they also happen to be superheroes on the side.I'm not goi I'm an old softy at heart, so when I heard there was going to be a mini-series about Peter Parker and Mary Jane where their marriage wasn't dissolved by one of the dumbest editorial decisions in comic book history, I was all in. And even more so when I saw it was going to become an ongoing series -- "Renew Your Vows" is something we just don't get to see very much these days, a story about a family trying to make a normal life work while they also happen to be superheroes on the side.I'm not going to get too deep into the details about how it is Mary Jane can be a webslinger alongside Peter, but it involves comicbook science and that is totally okay with me for this because the rest of the story works. When Peter and MJ's daughter is in danger, you feel their panic, fear, and rage through the great writing and art. And when that daughter is doing her best to convince her parents she can fight alongside them, you feel her eagerness and excitement, too.It's just a really well done book all around, and one I was more than eager to get into for the "Heppy Ever After" factor alone. Because I do like me a good happy ever after, even if it involves fighting the Mole Man, dinosaurs, and Harry Osborne's asshole kid. It's just good stuff.
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  • Scott Lee
    January 1, 1970
    This book continues in the alternate world established in the Warzones riffs on various characters, and it is at least as good as Slott's take, which is saying a lot for me as he's the only Spider-Man (Peter Parker) writer I've consistently enjoyed in years. As I said in my review of the Warzones limited series version of this story I loved it. Peter's convincing, he and MJ fit together as perfectly and believably as they ever did, and their daughter is handled well-enough to be both enjoyable a This book continues in the alternate world established in the Warzones riffs on various characters, and it is at least as good as Slott's take, which is saying a lot for me as he's the only Spider-Man (Peter Parker) writer I've consistently enjoyed in years. As I said in my review of the Warzones limited series version of this story I loved it. Peter's convincing, he and MJ fit together as perfectly and believably as they ever did, and their daughter is handled well-enough to be both enjoyable and cute in the way little inevitably are when they're not annoying (or, sometimes when they are annoying. This volume has Peter and family facing the Mole-Man in the foreground while building to a show down with the newest/youngest Mad-Scientist of the Osborn clan (Norman II, the original Norman's grandson) in the background.
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  • Brevin
    January 1, 1970
    Tired of the Dan Slott Spider Man run? Tired of the constantly complicated and convoluted plot heavy stories going on in the main Spider Man continuity? Do u just need a breather to read something that stands alone? Well good news cause Gerry Conway has the Spider Man run for you. Taking place after the Secret Wars Renew Your Vows story we join Peter, Mary, and the daughter Annie as they go on some fun spider friendly adventures fighting Mole men, evil corruption, and the ongoing plot with Oscor Tired of the Dan Slott Spider Man run? Tired of the constantly complicated and convoluted plot heavy stories going on in the main Spider Man continuity? Do u just need a breather to read something that stands alone? Well good news cause Gerry Conway has the Spider Man run for you. Taking place after the Secret Wars Renew Your Vows story we join Peter, Mary, and the daughter Annie as they go on some fun spider friendly adventures fighting Mole men, evil corruption, and the ongoing plot with Oscorp's new Harry Osborn jr. The book gives off the feeling of light hearted fun and is a Spider Man story we could all enjoy.
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  • Logan
    January 1, 1970
    I love EVERYTHING about this book.DC made Superman a dad, and it was wonderful. Marvel's done the same with Spidey here, reuniting him with his rightful love MJ and progressing both characters in a way that feels perfectly natural and RIGHT.Gerry Conway's still got it. I'm a 32-year-old father, and Peter & MJ sound EXACTLY like my wife and me. The action is fast and fun, and there's a gallon of heart soaked into every page.Don't even get me STARTED on Ryan Stegman's art. MWAH.I love this, I' I love EVERYTHING about this book.DC made Superman a dad, and it was wonderful. Marvel's done the same with Spidey here, reuniting him with his rightful love MJ and progressing both characters in a way that feels perfectly natural and RIGHT.Gerry Conway's still got it. I'm a 32-year-old father, and Peter & MJ sound EXACTLY like my wife and me. The action is fast and fun, and there's a gallon of heart soaked into every page.Don't even get me STARTED on Ryan Stegman's art. MWAH.I love this, I'm in, I'm sold.
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  • Rocky Sunico
    January 1, 1970
    I had generally appreciated the little Secret Wars Elseworlds-style adventure of a Peter Parker that remained with Mary Jane and had a daughter together, but I wasn't sure how a regular series for this version of them would play out. But the end result has been quite delightful and we're all the better for this sort of an adventure.Here we have a full Spider-Family with even Mary Jane given a way to join the fight and it's a refreshing new spin on the wall-crawler that I'm finding that I'm enjoy I had generally appreciated the little Secret Wars Elseworlds-style adventure of a Peter Parker that remained with Mary Jane and had a daughter together, but I wasn't sure how a regular series for this version of them would play out. But the end result has been quite delightful and we're all the better for this sort of an adventure.Here we have a full Spider-Family with even Mary Jane given a way to join the fight and it's a refreshing new spin on the wall-crawler that I'm finding that I'm enjoying a lot.
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  • B
    January 1, 1970
    Seems like it's targeted for small children (and why not?) but then why give it all of this complicated background that ties into Secret Wars? Especially because the point of that Secret Wars comic was, essentially, to revisit the Clone Saga again, something that is of no interest to that audience. (And it's not interesting enough to the parents of that audience to be useful as a marketing gimmick, I don't think.)Not much here to recommend for an adult reader.
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  • Connor Turner
    January 1, 1970
    As I'm relatively new to the current day comic world and especially the current status of the Spider-man/Peter Parker story arc, I found this series a real joy to read. The storyline of the "Spider family" is another interesting extension of the Parker/MJ storyline. The writing is light and fun. The artwork is solid and the framing of the main story in Vol 1, is really well done. I throughly enjoyed this spin and am looking to add it to my continued list of books to follow.
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  • Adan
    January 1, 1970
    A sequel to the Secret Wars title of the same name, this was just not very good. Mary Jane as a superhero makes no real sense, and Annie May is pretty obnoxious. I also do not believe for a second that Peter Parker of all people, the most responsible superhero of all, would allow his 8-year-old daughter to also be a superhero. Anthony Holden's "The Earnest Adventures of Spider-Dad", however, was brilliant.
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  • Jenna
    January 1, 1970
    Never heard of the Spidey Family plot thread before, but this was fun enough. My favorite issue was the Earnest Adventures of Spider-Dad, which carried over what felt like the real spirit of Peter Parker rather than the hyper protective Spidey we get here. And of course, it is understandable that he’s looking out for his daughter, but I’m assuming his marriage with MJ had gone on for a bit, as well as Annie spent some years growing up... so it seems odd he’s surprised by how they’re acting.
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  • Orlin
    January 1, 1970
    Love a brand new story to Spider-Man/Peter Parker, for I currently reading Spider-Man books main storyline and I like having a new fresh story that separate from the drama of the current main story. Having daughter for parker was interested, even there are past story of him having a daughter in a other world, but this one it feels like you never missed a issue as him and MJ are still figuring out the hold being a parent is like and still trying to be super heroes as well.
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  • Nicky
    January 1, 1970
    I enjoyed this first volume. Telling the first part of the story from the 3 different views was really interesting; it's just too bad that it was quite a light one unlike that from the Battleworld volume. Initially I wasn't sure about the direction for MJ, though quite an organic change coming out of Battleworld, but it grew on me and somewhat deals with the usual issue with normal partners for superheroes. Looking forward to reading the new volume and I hope this series really has legs.
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  • David
    January 1, 1970
    Okay, that's just too much fun. This is the way comics should be. Fast, Fun, a little bit weird. Might not be everybody's cup of tea, but it's a great read. I appreciate that it's not actually connected to the greater Marvel story, doesn't have to worry about the big events that way.Highly recommend.
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  • Kyle Berk
    January 1, 1970
    I may be a little bias but I love this Spider-Man. Being married to MJ and a little Spider kid is fantastic and I think it lends to a lot of stories for the future.Anybody who liked the mini series or hate the brand new day initiative should check this out. As well as anyone who likes some entertaining Spider-Man.
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  • Wes Robertson
    January 1, 1970
    Honestly, this series is just plain fun so far. Spider-Man always has fun adventures with lots of quips and antics, and an alternate universe where he gets to stay happily married to MJ and fight crime alongside her and their daughter, all of whom have fleshed-out personalities and lots of charm? Sign me up!
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  • Jeff
    January 1, 1970
    I loved every moment of this. Just as DC Rebirth has done a great job with Superman and his family, I feel Marvel has easily equaled the feat with RENEW YOUR VOWS. Peter, MJ and daughter Annie make a terrific family both at home and in costume saving the world from the likes of the Mole Man and Sandman. I love the dynamics and family interaction. I hope to see more.
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