Spider-Man: Ends of the Earth (Amazing Spider-Man) Paperback – 22 Jan 2013
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About the Author
Dan Slott is a comics writer best known for his work on series including DC s ARKHAM ASYLUM: LIVING HELL, and, for Marvel, THE AVENGERS and THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN.
Stefano Caselli is Full Professor of Banking and Finance at Bocconi University.
Artist Humberto Ramos is best known for his work on DC's Impulse and also for Crimson and Out There. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I've sort of run out of superlatives for Slott's time on this series. It would be fair to say if you've liked any of the collections before or since Ends Of The Earth, then you'll like this too, because it's as good as the best and better than the worst of it. It's got plenty of action and strong characterization. Spidey's refusal to believe, for even a second and with nary a moment of doubt, that Doc Ock's offer to save the earth from the escalation of the Greenhouse Effect is bogus is one of the book's strongest suits, particularly when he's vindicated midway through the story. There's not as much room for light-heartedness as usual, mind you, with the stakes a good deal higher, especially with Jonah's attempts to shut down Peter's employers at Horizon Labs. The Sinister Six's motivations are detailed believably and for all the time spent paying off on the last 30+ issues' worth of hinting, a fair few are laid, too, which'll come to fruition by Dying Wish's conclusion.Read more ›
Amazing Spider-Man: Ends of the Earth #1 is slotted in to the middle of the collection, where it chronologically fits, and follows the activities of some of those minor heroes in the middle of the main action, and they supply some captured technology required to advance the storyline.Read more ›