What Marvel giveth, Marvel taketh away. The flagship character of Marvel, Spider-man , has made a deal with the devil. Short of a mind-wipe à la Justice League, without giving too much away, Marvel has re-written a good chunk of Marvel history. The rippling consequences should be enormous as seen in the sci-fi quasi classic (a stretch) The Butterfly Effect. Characters could die and never be born, the possibilities are endless. I am kind of disappointed that Marvel went this route. I guess that since the whole world in the Marvel universe knows that Peter Parker is Spider-man, there was no choice but to go this route. A tease, because the end result just brings you back to square one. “One More Day” is a strong story, with a few surprises but yet you know you were led this direction. A tribute of sorts to Akira Kurosawa’s Ikiru, a bargain with the devil for new life and at what cost one must one pay. This comic will be a beacon to whole new direction for many stories for other titles for the next few years. A reboot for a heavy luggage story line that got convoluted after Peter’s marriage. This has to be the most important comic of the year.