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/ 2 years 10 weeks ago

Amazing Spider-Man #700 Preview

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Marvel has released a preview to the last issue of their longest running title with Amazing Spider-Man #700.

 

Writer: Dan Slott, J.M. DeMatteis, Jen Van Meter

Art: Humberto Ramos, Guiseppe Camiuncoli, Stephanie Buscema

Cover: Mr. Garcin

Pages: 104

Price: $7.99

In Stores: Wednesday, December 26th, 2012

Description:

Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Amazing Spider-Man #700, from the blockbuster creative team of Dan Slott and Humberto Ramos. It’s the most anticipated comic of the year, and on December 26th, fans will truly see the end of Amazing Spider-Man! Celebrate the end of Marvel’s year long celebration of an amazing 50 years featuring the World’s Greatest Super Hero with 104 action-packed pages that when all is said and done, will leave you demanding more! Plus stories by JM DeMatteis & Giuseppe Camuncoli and Jen Van  Meter & Stephanie Buscema AND letters answered by Stan Lee! Secrets are revealed, but the twists and turns are not done yet – no fan can miss this!

And when you think all is lost, the must-read story continues in Avenging Spider-Man #15.1 by Chris Yost and Paco Medina! There’s a reason this is the ONLY other Marvel comic on sale December 26th. But the only way you’ll find out is by picking it up!

All-new secrets revealed! An epic conclusion! This is Amazing Spider-Man!

This December, Dan Slott and Humberto Ramos bring us the final issue to Marvel’s longest run in Amazing Spider-Man #700!

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