My favourite part of any comic convention is going to panels. Panels tend to be great sources of information, and offer a lot for attendees to learn for essentially the price of their ticket. They're also a great place to sit down and rest some weary feet. As with anything else, however, there's a right way to go about attending a panel, and there's a wrong way. Here's a couple things you can do to make sure that your experience is a good one.
This is the best Amazing Spider-Man issue I have read in the last four years. In my youth, I was a Spider-Man fan, but upon returning to the comic years later, I soon encountered the “One More Day” arc — the story that featured the ending of Peter Parker’s marriage to Mary Jane Watson. I hated it. Since then, there have been few good Spidey plot lines, due mostly to revolving creative teams, stinker new villains, and marketing/publicity-driven storylines. Amazing Spider-Man #654.1 changes all that.