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It's OK 16 May 2010
By AgentRob - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
This is a good book for the Spider-Man fans. I wouldn't consider it great. The storytelling can get sloppy at times. I like the art but it's not my favorite style. The people tend to look kind of rubbery in the face. But the action shots work well. I like the fact that this storyline is trying to take Spidey back to the roots with the dynamics that Stan Lee started years ago. I'd like to see them tighten up the writing though.
A poor start to a brand new day 12 Sept. 2014
By subsidingboom92 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Let's ignore the fact that I absolutely despise One More Day and everything it did to Spider-Man's progress as a character. Just for a moment. No, I can't, this automatically loses some points already.

While a few of the story ideas in this volume are a bit cool, several explanations for how OMD did things like bringing Harry back are not explained soon enough. That or the explanations are really stupid, and could easily have happened without OMD.
Steve McNiven draws the first three issues, but for some reason, they are weaker than anything I've ever seen him do. It's messy and unnecessarily cluttered.

It should be noted that the paperback edition includes the FCBD Swing Shift issue, and has the correct covers before each issue. For some godforsaken reason, the Kindle edition doesn't have the FCBD issue, and all the issues in the volume are preceded by the cover to issue 551, making it very difficult to keep track of your progress.

The one positive is Salvador Larocca draws the last three issues, so they are of course gorgeously done. And Jonah gets some comeuppance for being a cheapskate bastard all these years.
If you buy this book, be ready for disappointment.
Average at best 24 Dec. 2014
By Alex - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I was iffy about the whole "One More Day" shtick that Marvel was trying to pull, but I still wanted to give this a try. It wasn't terrible, but it wasn't great either. If you're a Spidey fan, give this a shot.
Five Stars 14 July 2014
By Qeasy24 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
great book no problems!!
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Great Place to Start 5 July 2012
By Millie Mouse - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
With the Avengers, ASM, etc coming out this year, I've decided to start reading Marvel, starting with my favorite, Spidey. I have to say, as a long-time DC fan, I was very impressed with this arc. It was easy to get into with only the barest background info from previous movies & what they tell you in the first-page re-cap. Each issue has another re-cap of what's being going on, so it's easy to keep track & jump on if you've never read them before (though I'm not certain if the re-cap pages were printed in this or not).

As for the story, it's not the absolute best that I've ever read, but it did keep me rather entertained and was interesting enough that I continued on to story arcs afterwards.
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