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The adventures continue for Marvel's favorite radioactive-spider-powered nuclear family! And things kick off with a little trip for Peter and MJ! A 401 (k), insurance and vacation days just aren't part of the package when you're a super hero. But Mr. and Mrs. Parker have been saving up for a "just the two of us" vacation since Annie was born, and they aren't going to let t The adventures continue for Marvel's favorite radioactive-spider-powered nuclear family! And things kick off with a little trip for Peter and MJ! A 401 (k), insurance and vacation days just aren't part of the package when you're a super hero. But Mr. and Mrs. Parker have been saving up for a "just the two of us" vacation since Annie was born, and they aren't going to let trouble - no matter how catastrophic - get in their way! Now all they need is to find a good babysitter... COLLECTING: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: RENEW YOUR VOWS 19-23


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The adventures continue for Marvel's favorite radioactive-spider-powered nuclear family! And things kick off with a little trip for Peter and MJ! A 401 (k), insurance and vacation days just aren't part of the package when you're a super hero. But Mr. and Mrs. Parker have been saving up for a "just the two of us" vacation since Annie was born, and they aren't going to let t The adventures continue for Marvel's favorite radioactive-spider-powered nuclear family! And things kick off with a little trip for Peter and MJ! A 401 (k), insurance and vacation days just aren't part of the package when you're a super hero. But Mr. and Mrs. Parker have been saving up for a "just the two of us" vacation since Annie was born, and they aren't going to let trouble - no matter how catastrophic - get in their way! Now all they need is to find a good babysitter... COLLECTING: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: RENEW YOUR VOWS 19-23

30 review for Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows, Vol. 4: Are You Okay, Annie?

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    Bring in the clones. Annie appears to have someone that looks just like her running around NYC terrorizing people. I liked who was ultimately behind it and the return of Normie. Wolverine as a gruff uncle figure for Annie works pretty great. He should be in the book more often. Scott Koblish's art is passable at best. Not a bad send off for the series. Bring in the clones. Annie appears to have someone that looks just like her running around NYC terrorizing people. I liked who was ultimately behind it and the return of Normie. Wolverine as a gruff uncle figure for Annie works pretty great. He should be in the book more often. Scott Koblish's art is passable at best. Not a bad send off for the series.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Adam Graham

    The worst thing about this book is that it's title doesn't sound like a Superhero book, it sounds like a bad after-school special. Come on, Marvel, what was with this title? That issue, out of the way, there's a one-shot and a four-part story. Six issues and two storylines after shooting the Parker's eight years into the future, the book begins by taking them eight years into the past as Peter and Mary Jane decide to take a cruise. Mary Jane makes a persuasive case for why Superheroes should take The worst thing about this book is that it's title doesn't sound like a Superhero book, it sounds like a bad after-school special. Come on, Marvel, what was with this title? That issue, out of the way, there's a one-shot and a four-part story. Six issues and two storylines after shooting the Parker's eight years into the future, the book begins by taking them eight years into the past as Peter and Mary Jane decide to take a cruise. Mary Jane makes a persuasive case for why Superheroes should take cruises and throughout most of the story, we just get to see them and their relationship and them enjoying each other's company. Of course, there's a monster attack and a welcomed cameo. Then we have the four-part story Weird Science which is set in the established timeline after Annie started her own superhero team. She has a dream about a character with her hair attacking innocent people and wakes up to find out it happened and is on social media. She denies that it was her, but Wolverine smells her scent. This is a pretty typical superhero plot but it's well-executed. It's a not bad story with a somewhat predictable arc. The characters sell it. I like the Parker family, I like Wolverine as this wise old godfather figure and friend of the family. It's a decent story that's fun and well-realized. It's not really a suitable conclusion to a series. The final words letter on the last issue seem like nothing more than a tacked on rush job, but that's editorial mandates for you. I hope we do get to see more of them even beyond the Spider-girl mini-series.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    [Read as single issues] First up, it’s summer vacation, Spider-Family style! But superheroes aren’t allowed to relax, especially when their cruise is under attack by supervillains! Then, it’s time for a Renew Your Vows Clone Saga as Annie deals with duplicitious dopplegangers that lead her and her family directly into the path of Mister Sinister and his genetic army – but are they the true target, or does he have someone else in his sights? Plus, the final reckoning of Normie Osborn! Jody Houser n [Read as single issues] First up, it’s summer vacation, Spider-Family style! But superheroes aren’t allowed to relax, especially when their cruise is under attack by supervillains! Then, it’s time for a Renew Your Vows Clone Saga as Annie deals with duplicitious dopplegangers that lead her and her family directly into the path of Mister Sinister and his genetic army – but are they the true target, or does he have someone else in his sights? Plus, the final reckoning of Normie Osborn! Jody Houser never shies away from the Renew Your Vows concept, and this final (question mark?) arc is a prime example of how she embraces the idea of Peter and Mary Jane being married with a child. The one-shot issue, while a little tame in terms of superhero content, is exactly what I’m talking about – Peter and MJ are overworked, underpaid, and whenever they try to do something fun, Spider-Man and Spinneret get in their way, but they’re still getting to spend time with their daughter, so it’s not a total waste. The issue’s more of a palette cleanser between arcs, but it’s cute, and exactly the kind of story only Renew Your Vows can tell. The Mister Sinister story is a bit more wishy-washy though – it’s nice that we get some resolution to the series’ longest running plotline, because this started up way back when Gerry Duggan and Ryan Stegman were on the book, but it does feel a bit like a bait-and-switch when the main plot point turns out to not be that important in the grand scheme of things. The idea of more clones is always a touchy subject for Spider-Man’s world, but it’s brushed aside almost as easily as Annie’s developing powers with a ‘Oh well, we’ll find out about that later’ that doesn’t sit quite right. Aside from that sticking point, the story builds to a super-sized conclusion that has giant robots, monsters, clones, X-Men, and three Spider-People, so we get a lot of bang for our buck, at least. We conclude on a ‘bye for now’ rather than a definitive conclusion (which just fuels my speculation fires, see below), so there’s an air of unfinished business for the characters even though this specific story does come to an end. Scott Koblish is one of the most versatile and chamelonic (yes, that’s a word) artists in comics these days, but I do feel that his own solo style sometimes comes across a little lacking when he’s not trying to emulate another time period. Everyone’s very spindly, which isn’t exactly a bad thing in a book full of spider-characters, but it does feel a bit unpolished at times and more frenetic than kinetic, like he was under a lot of time pressure to finish this arc in time. It’s never that bad or detrimental to the story, but it’s a more than a little noticeable as the arc continues. I’m not sure if this is the end of Renew Your Vows or just a momentary pause. With Houser writing the Spider-Geddon: Spider-Girls mini-series which has Annie as one of its stars, I do wonder if the series will be back with a vengeance post-Spider-Geddon, but if this is farewell for now, it’s not a bad arc to go out on. It’s probably not the strongest of the series by any stretch, but Renew Your Vows as a whole has shown that you can age your characters up and still manage to have some fun, and even open up some new storytelling avenues along the way.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Adam Fisher

    Love this alternate Spider-Man universe! What happens when Spider-clones show up? If you are Peter, MJ, or Annie, you begin to ask if they are from another dimension or they are villains in disguise or you might be losing your mind. Unfortunately, this time, the more correct answer would be to look outside your normal villains gallery and search for Mister Sinister! The genetically obsessed man in blue makes his appearance here, unleashing chaotic clone versions of Spider-Man, Spinneret, and Spid Love this alternate Spider-Man universe! What happens when Spider-clones show up? If you are Peter, MJ, or Annie, you begin to ask if they are from another dimension or they are villains in disguise or you might be losing your mind. Unfortunately, this time, the more correct answer would be to look outside your normal villains gallery and search for Mister Sinister! The genetically obsessed man in blue makes his appearance here, unleashing chaotic clone versions of Spider-Man, Spinneret, and Spiderling. Their fights, well done and hilarious as always, lead to two conclusions: 1) Annie has developed the ability to see briefly into the future, and 2) Normie Osborn has been genetically altered to have 6 arms! I hope this title continues. Love the family dynamic, and always interesting to see what the authors come up to throw at our little super family. Strong recommend.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Butcher

    Nice little family story! Annie is not her dad.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Can I give this series 5 billion stars? Because I want to. Just 5 is not nearly enough. I ADORED this series! I love Peter Parker as a dad, I love MJ as a mom, I love their daughter Annie (cute as can be as a kid, and actually not annoying as a teengaer, while still also acting like a teenager--which is really hard to do!). I loved the Parker family and how they interacted with each other. It was sweet with strong, but still realistic family dynamics. I loved Normie (how he ultimately just neede Can I give this series 5 billion stars? Because I want to. Just 5 is not nearly enough. I ADORED this series! I love Peter Parker as a dad, I love MJ as a mom, I love their daughter Annie (cute as can be as a kid, and actually not annoying as a teengaer, while still also acting like a teenager--which is really hard to do!). I loved the Parker family and how they interacted with each other. It was sweet with strong, but still realistic family dynamics. I loved Normie (how he ultimately just needed a friend and how he ended up being this genuinely nice guy trying to outrun his family's legacy). The action was solid, the emotions were real... Peter Parker was king of the dad jokes (because of course he would be!) There was nothing I didn't love about this series... except that it's over! Seriously!?!? We're just gonna leave Normie with six arms (if that gets resolved in some other title, I'd love to know so I can read it). But even outside of that... I need more time with the Spider-Family! Please, Marvel! Pretty, pretty, pretty please! (Also... loved Wolverine and Jean being together... can we get a series with them and their little girl, too? PLEASE???)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Berk

    I enjoy every issue of this series because I never tire of the dynamic between MJ, Peter, and their daughter. It's funny, has a plot that keeps me reading and Spider-Man is drawn in a more classical style with how the art could be compared to Archie comics. Great props to Jody Houser for making such a solid title. If you like Spider-Man and the Spider-Dad Spider-daughter dynamic you should read this one. It starts with MJ and Peter's last vacation as they left Annie with a hairy babysitter (Logan) I enjoy every issue of this series because I never tire of the dynamic between MJ, Peter, and their daughter. It's funny, has a plot that keeps me reading and Spider-Man is drawn in a more classical style with how the art could be compared to Archie comics. Great props to Jody Houser for making such a solid title. If you like Spider-Man and the Spider-Dad Spider-daughter dynamic you should read this one. It starts with MJ and Peter's last vacation as they left Annie with a hairy babysitter (Logan), which is a great issue. Then a four parter that ties into all the clone stuff that has been done lots of times before. But I think this story handles it well and it wasn't frustrating here. It isn't the best conclusion to the series but I do intend to follow Annie Parker wherever she ends up. 3 stars.

  8. 4 out of 5

    B

    I guess people wanted this series to continue. But I'm confused about why. The premise was that Brand New Day and the Mephisto thing never happened. The idea that continuity just continued is a road less traveled. A lot of comics people hit the reboot too often and too frequently to attract new readers. But now we've done this jump. We're far away from that premise. It's not quite JLA 3000, but it's like Spider-Man 2031 maybe? Basically, everything here begins to address the mystery of how Annie I guess people wanted this series to continue. But I'm confused about why. The premise was that Brand New Day and the Mephisto thing never happened. The idea that continuity just continued is a road less traveled. A lot of comics people hit the reboot too often and too frequently to attract new readers. But now we've done this jump. We're far away from that premise. It's not quite JLA 3000, but it's like Spider-Man 2031 maybe? Basically, everything here begins to address the mystery of how Annie's powers are different from and greater than Spider-Man's (and wraps up a lurking villain.) As the back inside cover indicates, this mostly feels like a kind of reboot of Tom DeFalco's MC2 Spider-Girl. Spider-Girl did it better.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rocky Sunico

    I still love the continuing story of the Parker Family in Renew Your Vows but this particular volume felt a little middle of the road. The involvement of Mister Sinister felt like it was building up to something a lot bigger than a mutate army attaching the X-Men mansion but that's what we do. I do appreciate the tighter family bonds and the continuing mystery of Annie's expanded spider sense powers. And we even got to touch on the old clone saga a bit in a positive manner along with progressing I still love the continuing story of the Parker Family in Renew Your Vows but this particular volume felt a little middle of the road. The involvement of Mister Sinister felt like it was building up to something a lot bigger than a mutate army attaching the X-Men mansion but that's what we do. I do appreciate the tighter family bonds and the continuing mystery of Annie's expanded spider sense powers. And we even got to touch on the old clone saga a bit in a positive manner along with progressing Normie's character arc.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    Collects Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows (2016) issues #19-23 This brings an end to the "Renew Your Vows" ongoing series, but the story is far from complete. I know that there are more stories about this family found in the "Spider-Geddon" event and crossovers, but it feels like there could be a lot more done in this new universe. I hope to, and assume that we will, see more from this Earth and this family in the future. Final rating = 3.5 stars Collects Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows (2016) issues #19-23 This brings an end to the "Renew Your Vows" ongoing series, but the story is far from complete. I know that there are more stories about this family found in the "Spider-Geddon" event and crossovers, but it feels like there could be a lot more done in this new universe. I hope to, and assume that we will, see more from this Earth and this family in the future. Final rating = 3.5 stars

  11. 4 out of 5

    minnal

    I always love when writers handle Peter well, and Jody Houser did amazing. Showing Peter using his powers in regular situations – walking up the walls for no good reason! – and not just superhero situations always makes me happy. The first issue was a fun side chapter, and the rest of the issues were an interesting plot featuring the X-Men and Annie's extra-special extra powers. Overall, this was a super fun & easy read and I loved it! I always love when writers handle Peter well, and Jody Houser did amazing. Showing Peter using his powers in regular situations – walking up the walls for no good reason! – and not just superhero situations always makes me happy. The first issue was a fun side chapter, and the rest of the issues were an interesting plot featuring the X-Men and Annie's extra-special extra powers. Overall, this was a super fun & easy read and I loved it!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ian Miller

    Houser brings the story to a close, and thankfully the dreadful art of Nathan Stockman is gone. Scott Koblish still has too much stiffness and unappealing linework (and an obsession with dimples), but he's palatable. Houser also gives us an amazing Peter-MJ romantic/adventure vacation issue to open this collection, and really delves into MJ's character with her grief over her miscarriage before Annie's birth, which would be paid off later - excellent craftsmanship. Houser brings the story to a close, and thankfully the dreadful art of Nathan Stockman is gone. Scott Koblish still has too much stiffness and unappealing linework (and an obsession with dimples), but he's palatable. Houser also gives us an amazing Peter-MJ romantic/adventure vacation issue to open this collection, and really delves into MJ's character with her grief over her miscarriage before Annie's birth, which would be paid off later - excellent craftsmanship.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Fila Trece (Liantener)

    La Annie adolescente no es tan interesante como la Annie niña, y aunque las aventuras se han unido de forma interesante, el nuevo dibujante las hace más malas de lo que son. Espero un cambio para cuando re-inicie o abandonaré la serie.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Brendan Mckillip

    It was a lot of fun seeing this series evolve into a family comedy/adventure. And I don’t use that term to mean the tone and target audience is for families, but rather that this book is a comedy/adventure starring a family. It’s like a wackier Fantastic Four. I dig it.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kris Ritchie

    Ok, nothing too great. Art got a little muddled in this volume.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Laura Lawson

    I really enjoyed this run and hope to see more! Clones!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sydney Widow

  18. 5 out of 5

    Wasan Syananondh

  19. 5 out of 5

    Aaron

  20. 4 out of 5

    Spencer Mcdonald

  21. 5 out of 5

    Tomos

  22. 5 out of 5

    Allen Setzer

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Caplan

  24. 5 out of 5

    Glenn

  25. 4 out of 5

    Steven Tucker

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jesse Prevoo

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy Spaulding

  28. 5 out of 5

    Grace

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nick Nafpliotis

  30. 5 out of 5

    Trevor

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