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The Amazing Spider-Man #1 (2015)  Comics

Posted by redrobinzee at Oct. 6, 2015
The Amazing Spider-Man #1 (2015)

The Amazing Spider-Man #1 (2015)
English | CBZ | 64 Pages | 45.89 MB

THE WORLD'S GREATEST SUPER HERO! Spider-Man has gone global! Parker Industries is more successful than ever, with offices in New York, Shanghai, London and San Francisco and Peter Parker is racking up the frequent flyer miles with his "bodyguard" Spider-Man in tow, of course. But success breeds enemies and a reinvigorated Zodiac have also widened their scope to threaten the whole world. Join Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli as they take Spider-Man to the next level! This huge first issue also includes stories featuring Silk, Spidey 2099, Spider-Woman and much more!

Amazing Spider-Man #1-25 (1964-1965)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at March 10, 2013
Amazing Spider-Man #1-25 (1964-1965)

Amazing Spider-Man #1-25 (1964-1965)
English | CBR | 25 Issues | 351 MB

Amazing Spider-Man #1-605 (Ongoing, Update)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Sept. 18, 2009
Amazing Spider-Man #1-605 (Ongoing, Update)
Amazing Spider-Man #1-605 (Ongoing, Update)

Amazing Spider-Man #1-605 (Ongoing, Update)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR + CBZ | 605 Issues | Marvel Comics | Mar 1963 - Sep 16 2009 | ~6.026.9 GB Total

Spider-Man first appeared in the comic book Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. 1962). The series was canceled with that issue, but response to the character was so positive that a solo title, The Amazing Spider-Man, was launched with a March 1963 cover-date. The character was created by writer-editor Stan Lee and artist and co-plotter Steve Ditko, and the pair produced 38 issues from 1963 to 1966. The title is the character's flagship series. Most of the major characters and villains of the Spider-Man saga have been introduced here, and it is where key events occur. The title was published continuously until 1998 when Marvel Comics relaunched it with a new issue #1 (Jan. 1999), but on Spider-Man's 40th anniversary, this new title reverted to using the numbering of the original series, beginning again with issue #500 (Dec. 2003).

Amazing Spider-Man #1-604 (Ongoing, Update)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Sept. 13, 2009
Amazing Spider-Man #1-604 (Ongoing, Update)
Amazing Spider-Man #1-604 (Ongoing, Update)

Amazing Spider-Man #1-604 (Ongoing, Update)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR + CBZ | 604 Issues | Marvel Comics | Cover Dates Mar 1963 - Nov 2009 | ~5.997.9 GB Total

Spider-Man first appeared in the comic book Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. 1962). The series was canceled with that issue, but response to the character was so positive that a solo title, The Amazing Spider-Man, was launched with a March 1963 cover-date. The character was created by writer-editor Stan Lee and artist and co-plotter Steve Ditko, and the pair produced 38 issues from 1963 to 1966. The title is the character's flagship series. Most of the major characters and villains of the Spider-Man saga have been introduced here, and it is where key events occur. The title was published continuously until 1998 when Marvel Comics relaunched it with a new issue #1 (Jan. 1999), but on Spider-Man's 40th anniversary, this new title reverted to using the numbering of the original series, beginning again with issue #500 (Dec. 2003).

Amazing Spider-Man #1-600 (Ongoing, Update)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at July 24, 2009
Amazing Spider-Man #1-600 (Ongoing, Update)

Amazing Spider-Man #1-600 (Ongoing, Update)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR + CBZ | 600 Issues | Marvel Comics | Cover Dates March 1963 - September 2009 | ~5.934 GB Total

True Believers Rejoice! It's the 600th issue for the flagship series of your friendly neighborhood webslinger and Avaxhome has ALL 600 issues COMPLETE and ready for download!
The greatest Marvel super hero of all celebrates his 600th issue with the biggest all-original issue of EVER! This one’s got it all! The return of Doctor Octopus, Daredevil, a wedding you never predicted, and the return of one of the most important people in Peter Parker’s life in a giant-sized lead story by Dan Slott and John Romita Jr. Doc’s back in town, but it’s only a prelude to darker days ahead as Spidey unknowingly prepares for a gauntlet he can’t even see coming... On top of all that, witness the return of one of Spider-man’s creators, Smilin’ Stan Lee (along with Masticatin’ Marcos Martin) as he presents a story of unbridled passion, drama and angst as Spidey reflects over his many, many years of adventures... But that ain’t all...as the rest of the Spidey Web-Heads bring you several short features showcasing some rarely explored aspects of both Spidey and Pete’s life, drawn by some of the greatest artists in comics. Plus, several other surprises and NO REPRINTS! 104 pages of goodness brought to you by some of the best creators that have ever worked on Spidey! --

Amazing Spider-Man #1 (2014)  Comics

Posted by redrobinzee at April 29, 2014
Amazing Spider-Man #1 (2014)

Amazing Spider-Man #1 (2014)
English | CBR | 56 Pages | 37.67 MB


The Greatest Super Hero of All Time RETURNS!

The world may have changed since Spidey’s been gone, but so has Peter Parker. This is a man with a second chance at life, and he’s not wasting a moment of it. Same Parker Luck, new Parker attitude. Putting the “friendly” back in the neighborhood, the “hero” back into “super hero,” and the “amazing” back into “Spider-Man!” Also returning: The recharged and reenergized ELECTRO!

Dark Reign: The List: Amazing Spider-Man #1 (One-Shot)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 20, 2009
Dark Reign: The List: Amazing Spider-Man #1 (One-Shot)

Dark Reign: The List: Amazing Spider-Man #1 (One-Shot)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | Nov 18 2009 | 57 Pages | 71.4 MB

It all comes down to this issue as “Dark Reign: The List” culminates in a confrontation between Norman Osborn and Spider-Man. A head-on fight between the two has been hinted at a few times before but, with “Dark Reign” winding down and the series of “List” one-shots meant to signify the first step in Osborn’s fall, this issue is actually more of a teaser to the finale, which is the upcoming "The Siege" storyline. A strong conclusion to the "Dark Reign: The List" series of one-shots from a perfectly paired and confident creative team.

Amazing Spider-man 1 - 541  Comics

Posted by Powders at July 8, 2007
Amazing Spider-man 1 - 541

Amazing Spider-man
CBR | English | 50 MB Each File

Amazing Spider-Man #621-622 (Ongoing) Update  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at March 1, 2010
Amazing Spider-Man #621-622 (Ongoing) Update

Amazing Spider-Man #621-622 (Ongoing) Update
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 2 CBZ | Marvel Comics | Feb 17-24 2010 | 56.6 MB Total
+ Amazing Spider-Man Issues #1-620 Complete

I must say issues #621 and #622 could not have been more different as day and night (noticed the covers?). As I mentioned previously, Dan Slott is the weakest of those who have handled the Gauntlet storyline, and issue #621 certainly confirms it. He's not bad; he's just so...so middle-of-the-road neutral, as if he is scared of treading on sensitive issues, like the sexual chemistry between Spidey and the Black Cat, for one. Only Michael Lark's great artwork rescues #621 from the bland box--he has this ability to capture Spider-Man in motion at odd moments--unfortunately, Slott does not give that much action to work with. Issue #622, on the other hand, with Fred Van Lente and artist Joe Quinnones soars. Marvel editors must have heard all the complaints about poor Slott. Where he (Slott) was dull and boring, Van Lente is funny and inspired. And the bonus story by Greg Wiseman and artist Luke Ross more than hold its own with the main feature. What else can I say? Yes, the Amazing Spider-man is back on track. Oh, and these are high quality Minutemen scans.

Amazing Spider-Man #619-620 (Ongoing) Update  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Feb. 16, 2010
Amazing Spider-Man #619-620 (Ongoing) Update

Amazing Spider-Man #619-620 (Ongoing) Update
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 2 CBZ | Marvel Comics | Jan 27 - Feb 10 2010 | 47.5 MB Total
+ Amazing Spider-Man Issues #1-618 Complete

Among those writers who have had their go with the ongoing Amazing Spider-Man storyline (Joe Kelly, Mark Waid and Fred Van Lente), Dan Slott's work with the story arc on Mysterio is the weakest. The previous three before him have revived and re-invigorated the status quo, including Spidey's Rogue's Gallery to place the title among Marvel's very best, and such was the quality of their work that Slott's turn seems average in comparison. Moreover, Slott's turn came immediately after Joe Kelly's superlative issue #617 and understandably his deficiencies were magnified. If issue #618 was weak, it seemed issue #619 made such downturn even steeper and threatened to undo all the efforts of the previous writers in elevating the flagship series of Marvel's most recognizable character. Only Marcos Martin's Steve Ditko-ish art keeps it in place. Slott may have heard all the complaints because issue #620, the conclusion of his Mysterio arc is the most enjoyable of his run so far. It definitely arrested the downward spiral, but still is several cuts below the lofty standards set by his predecessors. Let's hope Slott at least manages to keep things on an even keel in the coming issues. Minutemen scans both.