Review: Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man (2017) #303


Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #303 continues to shine with a great story. Check out our review of the issue!

Writer: Chip Zdarsky
Penciler: Joe Quinones
Inkers: Joe Rivera, Joe Quinones and Paolo Rivera
Color Artists: Jordan Gibson and Joe Quinones
Letterer: VC’s Travis Lanham
Cover Artist: Joe Quinones

The “Amazing Fantasy” story arc continues in Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #303 and some big news is revealed to future Peter at the end. However, before we get there, we have plenty to discuss.

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Future Peter has to go find his present day self and Aunt May because they were taken by Norman Osborn. Meanwhile, J. Jonah Jameson and Teresa go after the Tinkerer. Both adventures find the characters in a bit of a jam. Teresa and the Tinkerer are barely saved from an explosion by Jameson and future Peter winds up needing the help of present day Peter to get Norman Osborn.

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Each Peter has different things that they’re struggling with right now and at the end of the issue, future Peter learns that Teresa is really his sister. Present day Peter overhears the conversation, along with Peter saying how hard things get, and we end the issue with him throwing his Spider-Man suit in the trash. Surely, he’ll be convinced to keep going, especially now that the secret is out with Aunt May.

A. . Chip Zdarsky, Joe Quinones. . Peter Parker: Spectacular Spider-Man #303

Chip Zdarsky just flat out knows how to tell an entertaining Spider-Man story. Having two Peters interact with each other isn’t an easy thing to do, but he does it well. The art from Joe Quinones compliments the story wonderfully, too. Everything about this feels like a nice, classic Spider-Man tale and I love it.