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The Amazing Spider-Man #75

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 12 critic ratings.

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN is back to thrice-monthly because this story is pure jet fuel.

Ben Reilly has returned to NYC and has fully taken back the mantle of Spider-Man, but what does this mean for Peter Parker?

The greatest team of web-writers has come together with the most epic arachnid-artists ever assembled to bring you a Spider-story that will shake up Spider-Man’s 59th year in ways you CANNOT PREDICT!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
45 pages
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12 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 96

    Comic Watch

    While highly entertaining, the book executes the main purpose of every comic. It gets the reader to stick and stay. After only one issue, you’re sure to add this one to your pull list. You won’t have to give it the standard “three-issue test”, the and story and art are gonna hook you in right away.

  • 92

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Wells crafts an interesting and unique story for Peter in this issue. It does a great job of touching on some of the previous arcs and the parallels between Peter and Ben’s lives is entertaining. Seeing Peter continue to struggle through life while his clone is having all the success is a bitter pill to follow for fans of the character, but it makes for some great drama for the series and this arc. I’m intrigued to see the true scope of Beyond’s role in this story and how it will affect the drama to come.

    The Art: Gleason delivers some beautifully bright, vibrant and detailed art throughout this issue. The action is thrilling and the human moments are engaging.

  • 92

    Comic Crusaders

    The issue is done perfectly from start to finish. There are two added stories taking place two weeks ago which are completely anti-climatic and unneeded but of course Marvel needs to increase the page count to justify the price. Overall this is looking to be a worthwhile ride, and the fact that we know it’s only 19 issues long means we can hopefully enjoy it for the quality collaboration it is rather than worrying that every twist is a permanent one.

  • 90


    Amazing Spider-Man #75 is a hopeful, fun, and exciting new direction for the Spider-Man franchise. Considering the last two years Peter Parker has had, this issue does everything it needs to in order to move Ben into the role. Given the attention to details new and old along with the strong character work and dialogue, this is a genuine Spider-Man comic and a great way to turn the page on a new era.

  • 85

    Comics Bookcase

    While Amazing Spider-Man #75 is the best individual issue of this title in years, one has to wonder if the continually bloated release schedule will make it a worthwhile investment. This is a good comic, but might be even better with a stripped down, less-is-more approach.

  • 85

    Graphic Policy

    This is a hell of a debut that feels like it’s a natural direction building off of the last two major runs and setting Peter and Spider-Man up for a new direction. It’s good, really good. And it has this on-the-fence Spider-Man reader coming back for more… and excited about it.

  • 80

    But Why Tho?

  • 80

    Comic Book Revolution

  • 80


  • 75


  • 75

    The Comicbook Dispatch

  • 70

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