Amazing Spider-Man, Volume 8: Sins Past

Amazing Spider-Man, Volume 8: Sins Past


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Holy! Looks like-! It can't it? A stunning new evil emerges to stalk Peter Parker as the biggest Spider-Man event in years rocks the wall-crawler's world! The worst defeat that Peter Parker ever endured - a moment frozen in the minds of Spider-Man fans everywhere - was supposed to be far in his past. But now, two villains - ripped, perhaps, directly from that very moment - have emerged and they threaten to destroy everything that he holds dear!

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ISBN-13: 9780785115090
Publisher: Marvel
Publication date: 02/09/2005
Series: Amazing Spider-Man Series , #8
Pages: 144
Product dimensions: 6.75(w) x 10.25(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

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Amazing Spider-Man, Volume 8: Sins Past 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ElizaJane on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Volume 8, collecting issues #509-514, has an intense plot with one main story arc running throughout. Spider-man has always been haunted by the death of Gwen Stacy, his former "love of his life". Now that day has come back to haunt him in the present as two people arrive determined to kill both Peter Parker and Spider-man for their respective parts in Gwen's death. The events of the past, his relationship with Gwen, are relived as Peter discovers the connection between that relationship and the two would-be assassins. There comes a time when the fateful day of Gwen's demise is relived in the present as Peter determines not to let the same thing happen twice.This volume was absolutely riveting. The one continuous plot of the book makes for a fast, page-turning read. With this volume Peter's character, and Spider-man's, becomes much more real and multi-layered. Spider-man is a man with issues but one who will never give up on choosing to do the right thing, no matter what the risk to himself.My only complaint is that the volume has a different illustrator and while the characters have kept the same basic components; there was no attempt to make them identically the same as previously drawn. It was a weird feeling at first as I didn't immediately recognise some of the characters and it took some adjusting to get used to the new renditions. It felt like watching your favourite TV show to find that all the actors have been replaced with similar looking, but obviously different, actors. We'll see if the next volume keeps this new look or if the old illustrator comes back.Despite the illustration, this is a fabulous entry in the series that will be one of my favourites, if not the top favourite, of the whole canon.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Simply one of the most emotionally driven Spider-man stories that I have read since Spider-man:Blue. For those of you who hold the events of what happened to Gwen Stacey dear to your comic book hearts this is a must read that will leave you in utter disbelief from the events that unfold in this story. This book is pure example of how Sider-man is the every-man hero by showing the certain real life situations and raw emotions that people go through in their everyday lives. So for all you webheads out there if you haven't read this book please do.