Amazing Spider-Man: Worldwide Vol. 7 Read Online Free - What will Secret Empire mean for the Amazing Spider-Man? The return of Otto Octavius! But this isn't the old Doc Ock - he's back as the Superior Octopus! He's allied himself with Steve Rogers and Hydra, and he has a personal mission - to take down the company that he helped create: Parker Industries! Spider-Man is already overwhelmed from the chaos of Secret Empire - but now, facing one of his greatest enemies who's back from the grave, more powerful than ever before and following orders from Captain America himself, does Spider-Man stand a chance? Peter must use the full force of his company, every asset at his disposal, to stop Ock and Hydra - but will it be enough?
COLLECTING: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 29-32, 789-791
|Title||:||Amazing Spider-Man: Worldwide Vol. 7|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
March 01, 2018
The first couple of issues mark the end of the Worldwide story where Peter owns and runs a global company. Not sure if it made me happy because it is the end of this storyline or it was just so well done, with an exciting, cinematic feel to it. It's an excellent example of how smart Peter really...
February 26, 2018
Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2015) issues #29-32 and issues #789-791
The numbering of the issues for this collection changes drastically because Marvel had a short-term initiative to go back to Legacy Numbering. Shortly after Issue #800, they went back down to the smaller numbers.
This is a fun col...
January 01, 2018
A good transition toward Legacy.
Slott quite astutely uses Secret Empire to finally engineer the downfall of Parker Industries via Doc Ock (now partnered with Hydra) and his claim to what he thinks as his.
Lots of action before the fateful decision that'll change Peter's life and the justification...
November 18, 2017
Slott's usual horrible story and bad writing? Check
Immonen's masteful storytelling and art? Check
Ross' pointless and unviewable covers? Check
February 11, 2018
So, Spider-Man is no longer a corporate billionaire and is "back to basics," so to speak. This volume is basically one long segue into rebooting Peter Parker/Spider-Man back to the days of old. Post-Clone Conspiracy and traversing through the story of Secret Empire, this story arch does a neat jo...
November 22, 2017
I suppose I gotta force my way back into the ol’ Peter Parker now... it’s not like I had to force myself to get into rich Peter or anything..... feels I wasted my effort. Must move forward. Must forget the past...
Feels like a super sloppy Slott though. Perhaps it may get better. Perhaps not.
February 10, 2018
This volume sees the end of the 'Worldwide' ark as we see Peter Parker lose Parker Industries and return to a normal job.
The first half of the volume is the tie-in to Marvel's Secret Empire event, where a Captain America-led Hydra took over the USA. Dan Slott has always done a good job at using t...
March 02, 2018
Dan Slott and a crew of artists combine to close out the successful era of Peter Parker with the conclusion of the Worldwide volumes. The Secret Empire makes its presence known, as Doctor Octopus begins his quest to reclaim Parker Industries for himself. As Peter hops the globe to stay a step ahe...
February 06, 2018
I don't know how he does it, but he does it. It's more Spider-Man stories that advance a larger narrative while being interesting in and of themselves.
Does it feel a bit (like Aunt May said) like backsliding? Yes. Yes, it does. It feels like an attempt to reset, generally.
Personally, I think Par...
February 09, 2018
I'm still enjoying Slott's writing, but this one feels upended by Secret Empire and Legacy. Seeing Peter return to the bad-luck version that dominated 50 years of comics feels unnecessary. I'll finish Slott's run, but it's a disappointing turn.