Marvel Celebrates End of Spider-Man’s Historic Comic Run

<img src="https://" /><p>Dan Slott's decade-long run on <strong><em><a href="">Amazing Spider-Man</a> </em></strong>has finally come to an end, and in honor of the occasion Marvel has released a video celebrating his greatest issues. Slott's joined a rotating crew of writers in 2007, but took over sole writing duties three years later. The video runs through the covers of some of his most iconic issues, charting the many ways Spider-Man has changed and grown throughout Slott's run.</p><p>Marvel's "<a href="">Fresh Start</a>" relaunch is seeing Slott finally step away from his Spider-Man duties, instead taking over the new series of <em><a href="">Invincible Iron Man</a></em>. Slott decided to bow out in style, and this week <em>Amazing Spider-Man </em>#800 is the climatic end of his final Spider-Man epic, "Go Down Swinging." The arc has seen Norman Osborn bond with the Carnage symbiote, becoming the monstrous <a href="">Red Goblin</a>. Learning the truth of Spider-Man's secret identity, Osborn has launched a terrifying attack on the wall-crawler's nearest and dearest. The landmark 800th issue sees <a href="">one of Spider-Man's oldest friends die a hero's death</a> in order to stop the Red Goblin's rampage. The next issue will serve as an epilogue of sorts, tying Slott's remaining plot threads into a neat little bow.</p> <strong>Click to continue reading <a href="">Marvel Celebrates End of Spider-Man's Historic Comic Run</a></strong><br /><br /> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">Marvel Celebrates End of Spider-Man's Historic Comic Run</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">ScreenRant</a>

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