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Marvel Preview: The Amazing Spider-Man #28
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Marvel Preview: The Amazing Spider-Man #28

Spider-Man is caught in the middle of this mess – and that thing that must also come with great power won’t let him just walk away.

RULE OF THUMB: Don’t tick off Wilson Fisk, a.k.a. Mayor of NYC, a.k.a. FORMER (“Former”?!) Kingpin of Crime. Sadly, Fred Myers (a.k.a. Boomerang) was never good with rules. Spider-Man is caught in the middle of this mess – and that thing that must also come with great power won’t let him just walk away.

Writer
Nick Spencer
Illustrator
Kev Walker
Cover Illustrator
Ryan Ottley
Release Date: August 28, 2019

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