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  • Paperback: 152 pages
  • Publisher: MARVEL (27 April 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785146202
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785146209
  • Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 1.3 x 26 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 113,446 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By João Teixeira on 2 Nov. 2014
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On time and brand new comic. Thanks:)
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. D. Cobbett on 1 Oct. 2012
Format: Paperback
Like many others, I was initially skeptical about the One More Day/Brand New Day storyline, but have come to really appreciate it. I think considering the hole the continuity had dug itself into, it was actually a really good way to get out of that hole and start fresh, getting back to the values that make Spidey the character we all identify with. But this review is not about that particular storyline, but about One Moment In Time - the story that explains how exactly Peter and MJ's marriage came to be 'undone' by Mephisto. And actually, if you can accept the preceding storylines, this is pretty close to being excellent.

It basically centres around Peter and MJ meeting up and for the first time actually talking about all the events that lead to their breaking up. In this timeline, they never actually got married, so they reminisce about the days surrounding their planned wedding day. What's really great here is the way actual panels from the original strips (from Amazing Spider-Man #539-543) are spliced into the flashbacks, and then new artwork 'fills in the gaps' explaining what went wrong. This is great if you've ever actually read the classic strips, and really adds to the sense of truly reminiscing about what has happened.

What really grabbed hold of me though is the sense of sadness and pain you can feel between the two as they go over and relive the heartbreak they both went through. Anyone who has been in a relationship that's broken down and ended badly will empathise with how they both feel, and I have to say I was quite moved - and I don't think I've ever felt so strongly for a character since perhaps the death of Gwen Stacy or the deaths of Lori and Judy in The Walking Dead.
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4 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ian Williams TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 May 2011
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I only started reading Spider-Man again with the Brand New Day series which, under writer Dan Slott, revitalised the character after many years in the doldrums. (I had been reading Ultimate Spider-Man but that has changed for the worse recently.) And so, what I was expecting was the continuing new adventures.

What I got was a never before told story of the revised continuity when Mary Jane did a deal with Mephisto to retroactively uncreate her marriage to Peter Parker, and a never before told story of how Spider-Man got the world to forget he'd revealed his secret identity.

And I couldn't care less. I'm not interested in the old and deservedly abandoned continuity. If you are, then consider this a 4-star rating, otherwise I'd suggest avoiding this book.

Artistically, the present day sequences are fine -the framing story is Peter talking to MJ about the past, but the past sequences are done in the style of the period in which they were set and are crude and uninteresting in comparison.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Joe Quesada is a bigger Spidey threat than the Sinister Six 24 Jun. 2011
By S. Davis - Published on Amazon.com
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Pretty awful. I don't mean to sound crass, but this really is an awful book. The entire One More Day, make a deal with the Devil storyline, has really been some of my least favorite comics of all time. And by least favorite, I mean I hate them. The only good Spider-Man books to come our recently are books that ignore for a moment this awful event, and instead spend an issue with Spidey crime busting or joking around without mentioning anything related to One More Day. One Moment In Time is a direct re-visitation to One More Day, and I had little hope that it would do anything to improve my liking of the original story. It doesn't. The "Moment In Time" that I quit collecting Spider-Man comics was when the deal with Mephisto first went down. I've been browsing and occasionally buying trades as they come out now, but this is definitely one to still avoid.
29 of 35 people found the following review helpful
Worst Spider-Man Comic EVER. 3 Dec. 2010
By J. Belk - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
I hate to resort to the cliche of "I'd give this less than one star if I could" But it definitely applies here.

If you want to read an amateurishly written story, filled with plot holes and coincidence, and peopled by characters acting completely contrary to how they have behaved for the past thirty years or so, you're in luck! Marvel's Editor in Chief has come through for you, writing a story that makes one nostalgic for the good ol' days of the "clone saga"...

Because absolutely no one demanded it, see Joey Q revisit the most reviled "epic" in Spidey's nearly fifty year history, "One More Day"! Thrill as the villain of the piece escapes a police squad car with the help of a bird(?)! sit on the edge of your seat as Spidey's epic confrontation ends with a fat guy falling on him! See Mary Jane spew a bunch of nonsense and act like an idiot! Relish as Spidey saves Aunt May with simple chest compressions, after the entire Marvel Universe could do nothing to help!

A pile of tripe disguised as a story. Joe Quesada you should be ashamed of yourself.
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Marvel ruined their best character. 6 Feb. 2011
By Sara C. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Ever since "One More Day" this title has gotten worse and worse. I can't wrap my mind around the fact it seems like they are trying to get rid of every last Spidey fan on the face of the earth with these horrible stories. If you want a good Spidey story go read anything Ultimate Spider-Man, any of the old Stan Lee/Ditko/Romita stories. You want something new read anything J. M. Straczynski wrote (he didn't write "One More Day", that was all Joe Quesada.) Joe Quesada offically ruined my favorite character of all time.

You want my advice, stay away from anything that has the stink of "One More Day" on it. There are too many great Spider-Man stories out there to even waste your time thinking about reading this trash.
16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Horrible 19 Dec. 2010
By MacGyver's - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This story make me feel sick. They took a great character of MJ and turned her into a selfish twit. This story taints everything that has happened the last 30 years. The funniest thing is they still have MJ in the book even though her reasoning they gave was she didn't want to be around Spidey cuz her family could be hurt, well she should move to the west coast and be gone but now we have to have awkward scences with her and Pete's new girl who has no personality and I can't even figure out what she should look like cuz every artist draws her different. Speaking of art, Mary Jane never looked uglier then she does in these books. The only good thing was that they got rid of Mephisto which was another horrible idea. Big Time has been good so far. I would start there and ignore the last few years of poor stories and bad art.
12 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Irresponsible Spider 20 Dec. 2010
By walter boring - Published on Amazon.com
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I dig that marvel is trying to insert a fresh outlook on the regular spidey books but the one more day storyline is stupid and shows that Peter Parker is a selfish jerk. I don't get that Peter sacrifices everything for aunt May a lady that is so near the end of her days that is pointless to save her since she might go at any moment either of old age, a heart attack or other. I mean I get it, if instead of aunt May it was Mary Jane, that would make sense especially if they put the irony in the story "the only way to save MJ is to change time" that I would get but to sacrifice your marriage and baby girl to save aunt May? Is ridiculous. The brand new day spidey is more of a hit and miss, sometimes they get it sometimes it blows more than the third green goblin's pumpkin bombs. This book is more of a less a get rid of MJ all over again. The book has great art but the story is awful and it could've been done in 2 panels or as a recap page. The point of the book was to show what happened with Peter's marriage in full detail but it ends up not saying anything that wasn't said before. So it ends up with a weak 4 part recap issues that only at the end shows a little moving moment that sadly goes nowhere because Peter has become the man with great powers comes great irresponsibility. this storyline shows Peter as a man that never cared for his wife, a man that can't grow up, a man that is so intelligent that makes the most dumb moves ever (like faking a photo and getting black listed) I mean this spider man is so careless is stupid. Peter Parker is a bum, is hard to believed he is wanted by any girl but for some reason he's a chick magnet. Maybe Peter Parker should change his career to a gigolo since regular marvel Parker is always whining for money. You don't see ultimate spidey being such a wuss. Skip this one if you didn't like one more day. But like I said before brand new day has hits but this is not one of them.
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