This is Spider-Man's first appearance. I am excited to present my Amazing Fantasy #15 Review
You should read Spider-Man Life Story. With out use of any heavy spoilers, I'll give you one compelling reason from each issue to go read it now.
Issue #6 finds Peter secretly working as head of the resistance against Dr. Doom who took over in the midst of the Superhero Civil War.
Issue #5 sees Peter come out of seclusion and head back to New York as the Superhero Civil War drags on. Meanwhile, a dangerous threat means to tear through his family while waiting to catch the Spider.
Issue #4 sees Doc Ock striking in Chicago as part of a play to extend his life. A figure from Peter's past returns and the two have their final confrontation.
Issue #3 shows how Peter had it all: a beautiful wife, two healthy children, a successful business that enables him to help others, including keeping his ailing aunt alive into her 90's and the fulfillment of helping people as Spider-Man and he let it slip away.
Spider-Man Life Story is a 6 issue mini-series exploring the life of Peter Parker, Spider-Man. Issue #2 seems to explore a theme of greed or ambition. Peter, Norman, Harry, Professor Warren, heck even MJ, are all trying so hard to get or hold on to something that they are turning away from what is right in front of them.
I recommend you get this if you haven't already. It tells a great story and makes for a great conversation starter Zdarsky put a lot of juicy details and ideas in there that are great fodder for discussion.
This is MJ. I love Spider-Man and Marvel Comics generally. This is a broad introduction to me and the work I plan to do here.
I was reticent to see Spider-Man Far From Home because I had a lot of issues with Spider-Man Homecoming, but I decided to give it a try. I have mixed feelings, but I have decided that this Spider-Man just isn't for me. My thoughts on the movie itself go deeper than that.