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The Amazing Spider-Man #11

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Universal acclaim

Based on 8 critic ratings.

Amazing Spider-Man vs. Superior Spider-Man!

The Spider-Army doesn’t have time for this squabbling as the Inheritors tighten their noose.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
20 pages
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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Comic Vine

    This is the most intense Spider-Verse issue yet, and for a series that’s been this cranked up for this long and managed to SUSTAIN it, that is definitely saying something. Slott’s managed to take an epic, far-reaching story and given it an intimate, personal feel that actually puts a lot of emotional investment in its massive cast. A cast that the artistic team makes look incredible in almost every single panel they appear in, balancing action with impactful character moments. If you’re any kind of Spider-fan, you should be reading all of Spider-Verse, but if you can only check out one book, it should be this one.

  • 95


    Amazing Spider-Man #11 keeps the entertainment flowing in this excellent Spider-Verse event. Spider-Man super fans have got to be losing their minds over this one, as its quality is simply fantastic. Slott & Coipel are on fire and are showing how you can make mega events work within the scope of a corner of the Marvel U. This is an event done right and I definitely recommend you give Spider-Verse a shot.

  • 90

    Comics: The Gathering

    Overall, this was another great issue of Spider-Verse. I might actually stick around once this event is over.

  • 90

    Weekly Comic Book Review

    The time was right to take away all the Spider-Mens’ safety nets, and it introduces Solus as a real threat. The art, both pencils and coloring/effects, are beautiful, but the interactions between the Spideys are what really shines by taking advantage of what makes every Spider unique and mashing ’em up. Another key moment to this great storyline.

  • 83


    Spider-Verse is rapidly shaping up to be Marvel’s best event comic of 2014. Even though it occasionally gets bogged down in setting up tie-in books, ASM #10 is a tremendously fun read that delivers the Peter Parker/Otto Octavius showdown we’ve been waiting for. It also looks great and further builds up the threat of the Inheritors. It’s nice to have an event that actually lives up to the hype.

  • 80


    I’m all in favor of tie-ins to Big Event comics. It helps to flesh out the story and it sells more comics. So why not indulge? But man, Marvel must have really come down hard on Dan Slott to mention all the tie-ins to Spider-Verse. I complained that the last issue had several pages dedicated to splitting characters off into the tie-ins, well this issue does the exact same thing, and even takes the time to check-in with a few of those previous tie-ins!

  • 80

    Forces Of Geek

    Sounds kind of silly but the humor coupled with the high stakes involved made the moment worth wild. I think it was time to increase the danger for our wall crawlers because having nowhere to hide will create even more tension as this event progresses. ASM #11 covers a lot of ground while setting up bigger things on the horizon.

  • 56

    Comic Book Herald

    We’re about a third of the way through this event, and there have been some really cool moments and characters so far. I just wish it was shaping up to be a more consistent read. I will say that this one is a slight improvement over the last one, because at least something happens, but it suffers from sloppy execution

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