The Amazing Spider-Man Reviews

Spider-Man: No Way Home Review

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The trilogy’s titular motif of home never feels more appropriate than it does here.

Directed by Jon Watts. Co-produced by Marvel Studios and Columbia Pictures. All images fair use.

If there’s one thing missing from modern superhero movies, it’s a sense of completeness. You know it’s true, Dear Reader, subconsciously or otherwise. Think about it: What do you do when the credits start rolling? Maybe some of you get up…




Reviews of The Amazing Spider-Man every other Monday, treated more like story(telling) analyses/read-alongs/retrospectives than reviews in the strictest sense. Other comics-related content is sprinkled in just for fun. Come and enjoy the wonderful world of comics with me!

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