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Comic twist: Doc Ock gets into Spider-Man's head

3:13 PM, Dec. 26, 2012
The cover of the 700th and final issue in the comic book series ?The Amazing Spider-Man,? issued Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012. The series ends as Peter Parker meets his doom. But Spider-Man's adventures will continue with the debut of ?Superior Spider-Man? in January 2013.
The cover of the 700th and final issue in the comic book series ?The Amazing Spider-Man,? issued Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012. The series ends as Peter Parker meets his doom. But Spider-Man's adventures will continue with the debut of ?Superior Spider-Man? in January 2013.
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After 50 years of Peter Parker as Spider-Man, his archest of nemeses is taking over as Marvel Comics' iconic superhero.

Out Wednesday, the landmark Amazing Spider-Man No. 700 features a final battle between the mind-swapped Parker and Dr. Otto Octavius -- aka the evil Doctor Octopus -- that results in the hero suffering a possibly permanent defeat and Doc Ock standing victorious in the mind and body of Spider-Man.

But after defeating his former enemy in his own old, withering and dying body, Doc Ock isn't going to take Spidey on a quest for world domination. Instead, he learns that with great ...

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