Hmm, here's a comic I get the feeling I'll be blitzing through... Luckily JT gave his take on this one(which you can read about here), so I can be lackadaisical with the review. Huzzah for me! The last issue was okay, but with all of the future/present stuff, it didn't make for a very easy review to type up, nor a coherent review to read...
Amazing Spider-Man #679:
Summary: Spidey realizes that New York would be destroyed at 3 AM not 3 PM, meaning he had a full 12 hours to try to stop the catastrophe that would destroy NYC. From there Spidey swings around the city stopping terrorists, carjackers, muggers and anything else he could figure. Before long, it's 2:30 AM and Spidey is at a loss as to what he needed to do... He winds up getting a call from Mary Jane to hang out, so he switches to his Peter Parker attire and meets with her, plugging her for any information that may be of value. Eventually MJ tells Peter that HE'D figure out the problem, at which time Peter realizes that Peter Parker stepped through the time door, NOT Spider-Man, meaning Peter Parker had fix things. Peter rushes back to Horizon Labs and tells his fellow scientist to shut down the time door, which ends up fixing everything. And that pretty much ends that.
Thoughts: Eh, this was a pretty good story. I've always enjoyed time travel, alternate dimensions and the like, so this was a nice little two-part story taking Spidey away from his normal, “Beating up super-villains” deal. So while I did enjoy this story, I have to admit, it was a bitch to review!
Score: 7 out of 10.
Hey look, Spidey is kissing Silver Sable!