Amazing Spider-Man by Nick Spencer, Vol. 6: Absolute Carnage

Amazing Spider-Man by Nick Spencer, Vol. 6: Absolute Carnage

Spider-Man’s life has been thrown into upheaval! As Peter deals with the aftershocks from Mary Jane’s recent decision, a super villain rearing their head is not helpful. And nor is – ABSOLUTE CARNAGE! Only Spider-Man stands between Carnage at his scariest and young Dylan Brock. To make matters worse, everyone who has ever worn the Carnage symbiote now has a codex — including Norman Osborn from his time as the Red Goblin! Can Spider-Man save Norman from Carnage? Does he even want to? Plus: The untold stories of the Red Goblin’s rein of madness and mayhem! So grab your greatest goblin gear and rend your raiments red, for the Red Goblin rides again! Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #29-31, Red Goblin: Read Death (2019) #1.

Title:Amazing Spider-Man by Nick Spencer, Vol. 6: Absolute Carnage
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    Amazing Spider-Man by Nick Spencer, Vol. 6: Absolute Carnage Reviews

  • Chad

    Oof, those Absolute Carnage issues were rough. They make little sense unless you've read the actual crossover and even then it's just two issues of Spencer spinning his wheels in place. I think the Re...

  • Craig

    Not a whole lot here, but what is isn't so terrible. The Absolute Carnage tie-in issues are about as good as they can be for event tie-in issues. Plus there's a good look at Peter and MJ's relationshi...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    This volume actually collects issues #29-31, and the Red Goblin: Red Death one-shot, rather than #29-34 as the solicits said since that'd make zero sense.Issue 29 is a bit of a coda to recent events, ...

  • Ether

    So I believe this is a a 2-part supplemental tie-in story for the Venom comic "Absolute Carnage" sandwiched between an unrelated Peter & MJ story and a confounding, also unrelated story from the Red G...

  • Paul E. Morph

    This collection starts with a truly excellent done-in-one Spidey story that I absolutely loved. A shame, then, that it then proceeds with two issues that are part of the Absolute Carnage crossover eve...

  • Anthony

    Half tying into the Absolute Carnage event, half setting up 2099(?) event. So it came as a bit of surprise to me that this was a pretty good volume. Helped a lot by the introduction of Patrick Gleason...

  • James DeSantis

    We're six volumes in, and I'm still enjoying Nick Spencer's run, but I can't help it's missing SOMETHING big. So this is mostly going to revolve around Absoulte Carnage event. And in doing so we have ...

  • Jonathan Roberts

    Norman Osborne has started to run the way of the Joker where he is nearly omniscient and a baddie on a level just super unbelievable. Norman has not gone as far as the Joker but this book really turne...

  • Will Robinson Jr.

    Not bad but not spectacular. It looks like the Nick Spencer run on spider-man has lost a bit of its steam since the stellarAmazing Spider-Man by Nick Spencer, Vol. 4: Hunted. This a okay Spiderman vol...

  • Marsha

    It can be difficult to keep up on comics these days. If you miss a lot of backstory, don’t read the blogs, stay out of the chatrooms, don’t have informative nerdy friends and don’t blow your cas...