Wednesday, September 08, 2010

CBR Review: Amazing Spider-Man #641

I recently reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #641 for CBR and, in the process, wrote the following sentences: "While 'One Moment in Time' hasn’t been as controversial as 'One More Day,' its following up on the consequences of that story arc have been somewhat mechanical at times. When discussing last issue, I mused on it simply being an exercise in checking off the continuity loose ends created by 'One More Day.' In the finale, Joe Quesada checks off the final two: Spider-Man’s real identity being public knowledge and the break-up of Peter and Mary Jane. That mechanical feeling remains, but it’s lessened by the playfulness in Quesada’s writing as he revisits the finale of 'One More Day,' but with things playing out differently. The cuteness takes away from the emotion somewhat and the logic of how it plays out is somewhat questionable."

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