Essential Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 2 by Stan Lee
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This collection is more consistently solid than before. It delves more into Peter's personal life, and has some interesting stories such as JJ trying to catch Spidey and #33, 334 and #39 are three of the best issues of this era. It doesn't have the historical impact and the debuts the last one had, which gave it an extra star and it's still not great, but it's better, and it's longer so you get more out of it.
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