Synopses & Reviews
Life couldn't be more complicated or more dangerous for Peter Parker. After rushing to the aftermath of the Stamford Massacre to offer aid to its victims, Peter travels with Tony Stark to Washington, D.C., and the White House where the enactment of the Super Hero Registration Act appears imminent. As the Marvel Universe braces for the implications of legislation that will forever change the societal status of super heroes, Peter is forced to make an important personal decision maybe the most important decision of his life. As Civil War tears apart the super hero community, will Spidey stay true to that decision? Collects Amazing Spider-Man #532-538.
As the Marvel Universe braces for the implications of legislation that will forever change the societal status of super heroes, Peter Parker is forced to make an important personal decision maybe the most important decision of his life.
About the Author
Straczynski is one of the most prolific and highly regarded writers currently working in the television industry. In 1995, he was selected by Newsweek
magazine as one of their Fifty for the Future, described as innovators who will shape our lives as we move into the twenty-first century. His work spans every conceivable genre from historical dramas and adaptations of famous works of literature to mystery series, cop shows, anthology series, and science fiction. He writes ten hours a day, seven days a week, except for his birthday, New Year's and Christmas.
Artist Ron Garney is best known for his work on Captain America.