[ENGLISH] Marvel tells us: Spider-Man’s been put through some of the worst moments of his life and it’s all been leading to this—The Grim Hunt! Beginning in Amazing Spider-Man #634, acclaimed creators Joe Kelly and Michael Lark present the final endgame of the Gauntlet as two women claiming to be the wife and daughter of Kraven target Spider-Man for extermination. Everyone close to the wall-crawler is in danger and by issue’s end one of his closest allies will be sacrificed to prepare to attempt an unholy resurrection.  After facing the savagery of the Lizard, the heartbreak of the Rhino’s return to crime, and over a dozen of his rogues both old and new, Spider-Man is at the mercy of the Kravinoff family as their carefully plotted revenge is finally at hand.

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Plus, Amazing Spider-Man #634 marks the beginning of two exciting new features! The legendary Stan Lee teams with Marcos Martin for a 2-page “Spidey Sunday Feature,” bringing the real world into Spider-Man’s world. And .M. DeMatteis, author of the classic “Kraven’s Last Hunt” returns to the Amazing Spider-Man with Max Fiumara to explore an unknown confrontation between Kraven and Spidey’s violent doppelganger Kaine…a battle which promises ramifications on the Grim Hunt itself.

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #634 (APR100537)
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #634 VILLAIN VARIANT (APR100538)
Written by JOE KELLY, STAN LEE & J.M. DEMATTEIS
Penciled by MICHAEL LARK, MARCOS MARTIN & MAX FIUMARA
50/50 Covers by LEINIL FRANCIS YU & MIKE FYLES
Villain Variant by JOE QUINONES
Rated A …$3.99
FOC—5/27/10, On-Sale—6/16/10

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