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Superior Spider-Man Volume 6: Goblin Nation (Marvel Now) [Anglais] [Broché]

Dan Slott , Christos Gage , Giuseppe Camuncoli
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1 juillet 2014
The so-called Superior Spider-Man has failed. Under his watch, the Green Goblin took control of New York's underworld. This is all Otto Octavius' fault...and now it's his responsibility to take the Goblin down. Win or lose, this will be Otto's greatest battle. But when Spiderlings, goblins, super villains and giant robots clash in a violent assault on Spidey's home base, Spider-Island, will Otto be able to regain his footing and prevail? Whatever you do, don't miss the biggest event in the entire Superior Spider-Man Saga! The End starts here, as Spider-Man takes on...the Goblin Nation! If you want to see people standing around talking, read another comic. If you want to see heroes having a fist fight, go somewhere else. You are in the Goblin Nation - and this is all-out war!

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Dan Slott is a comic book writer best known for The Amazing Spider-Man, Arkham Asylum: Living Hell and She-Hulk. He is the current writer of the twice monthly The Amazing Spider-Man. He lives in New York City.

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  • Broché: 168 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel (1 juillet 2014)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785187979
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785187974
  • Dimensions du produit: 25,9 x 16,8 x 0,8 cm
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Grand spectacle final 25 août 2014
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Ce tome fait suite à The superior Venom (épisodes 22 à 25 et annuel 1). Il contient les épisodes 26 à 31 et le numéro annuel 2. Tous les épisodes ont été écrits par Dan Slott et Christos Gage, sauf le numéro annuel écrit par Gage tout seul. Il vaut mieux avoir commencé la série à partir de Dying wish pour saisir tous les enjeux du récit. Ces épisodes sont initialement parus en 2014. Les épisodes 26 à 31 ont été dessinés par Giuseppe Camuncoli, encrés par John Dell (26 à 29), puis Terry Pallot (30 & 31). La première histoire de l'annuel 2 a été dessinée par Javier Rodriguez, la deuxième par Phil Briones.

ATTENTION - Ce commentaire révèle quelques éléments de l'intrigue des tomes précédents.

Ça ne pouvait pas durer, le lecteur en avait conscience dès le premier épisode, mais l'ampleur de la déroute est inattendue. Green Goblin a lancé son offensive sur New York. J. Jonah Jameson a accepté la proposition d'Alchemax (l'entreprise d'Elizabeth Allan) d'activer des robots offensifs. Octavius a fini par découvrir pourquoi ses araignées espions robotiques ne détectent pas les troupes du Goblin. Sajany Jaffrey en a plus qu'assez de l'absence de Peter Parker qui n'a pas mis les pieds dans sa propre entreprise depuis 1 mois. Carlie Cooper (Monster) est toujours sous l'influence du sérum du gobelin.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Fin de la récré ! 4 juillet 2014
Par Bruce Tringale TOP 100 COMMENTATEURS
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Voici donc la fin du run de Superior Spider-man ( SSM ) qui aura su marquer d’une pierre blanche l’histoire du tisseur.

Pendant 30 petits numéros, Dan Slott aura joué sur la mythologie de Spider Man en proposant son lot de nouveautés par épisodes au grand dam des fans les plus conservateurs incapables d’accepter ce run comme une formidable recréation.

Oui SSM est une recréation comme quand lorsqu’on était gosses on respirait 10 minutes quand les cours devenaient trop longs, trop fastidieux. Venait alors l’ennui, le désintérêt voire pour certains, le décrochage.

A ľ inverse de la Saga du clone, à aucun moment son auteur n’aura tenté de doubler son lecteur. Slott a toujours multiplié au contraire les allusions au retour inévitable de Parker en demandant à son auditoire de profiter du voyage sans s’inquiéter de la destination.

Slott adresse des pieds de nez a son lecteur en lui disant sans arrêt : chiche ! Faisons faire à Peter Parker, tout ce qu il n’a jamais osé ! Envoyer bouler l’insupportable May ? Chiche ! Transformer Peter en chef d entreprise ? Chiche ! Tuer ses adversaires, pactiser avec Jameson, plaquer comme un boudin M.J ? Chiche !

Car il est évident depuis le départ que Slott savait où il allait. Partant du justicier solitaire traditionnel, Slott montre les étapes convaincantes de l ascension puis de la chute irrémédiable de…. on ne sait pas trop en fait ? D’un super vilain repenti ou d’un héros sur la pente raide ?
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not so superior finale 4 juillet 2014
Par Sam Quixote - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Superior Spider-Man has been one of the best and most consistently high quality titles of the Marvel NOW! relaunch. The controversial body-swap idea of Otto’s mind inhabiting Peter’s body while Peter’s mind was lost in the ether and Otto’s Spider-Man becoming a different kind of hero could’ve gone either way but Dan Slott managed to make it work really well and proved all the naysayers wrong; Superior Spider-Man was a success, critically and commercially.

But it was never going to be the status quo (though that didn’t stop some gormless cretins from sending Slott death-threats for getting rid of their beloved Peter Parker), and so with Volume 6: Goblin Nation we see the end of Superior Spider-Man, the series and the character, and the return of Peter Parker once again as Spider-Man in the forthcoming All-New Amazing Spider-Man title (this last point is not a spoiler - Peter Parker’s return has been publicised heavily these last few months and with Superior ending, what else was going to happen to the character?).

So is Goblin Nation a fitting finale for this great title? For me, not entirely.

What made Superior stand out when it first started was how fresh and exciting it was. Otto did things differently and, despite having read Spider-Man before, you could never quite guess what he was going to do next. He even lived up to the name and really WAS the Superior Spider-Man, setting up the ultimate crime-fighting network, toppling Shadowland in no time, even shocking readers by executing some criminals - he was a controversial “hero” but he wasn’t boring and was enormously pro-active in reducing crime. Goblin Nation, on the other hand, is nothing if not predictable. I won’t go into specifically how things play out but suffice it to say that what you expect to happen, happens.

The Green Goblin, here calling himself the Goblin King, has launched all out war on New York City and has managed to evade Spider-Man after hacking his spider-bots so they failed to detect anyone with a goblin mask or logo. As the Goblin army descends on New York City, the spirit of Peter Parker ascends, making his way through Otto’s Mindscape to return triumphantly.

I liked how in this final volume Dan Slott did a round-robin of everything that had happened in the series by including characters as minor as Don Lamaze to Spider-Man 2099. It was like reading a greatest hits of Superior Spider-Man before the classic final close-out between Spidey and Green Goblin and in that respect was a good way to end the series.

But I don’t think Otto got the great exit he deserved. Slott gave him a great final speech as he prepared to hand over the reins to Peter and you do see that he’s really grown as a character, though I thought his exit was a bit anti-climactic and rushed. I was also hoping he wouldn’t say the line he ended up saying (twice!) which was “YOU are the Superior Spider-Man!” (groan). I would’ve preferred if his final words were about Anna-Maria instead.

Superior Spider-Man #30 was really the final issue as that’s Otto’s last appearance while #31 is Peter’s triumphant return though its a bit tedious to read. Peter cleans up all the loose Superior story threads in that issue, ready for a whole new storyline in All-New Amazing Spider-Man, and the way he does this is both efficient and unimaginative. There was no excitement with his fight with the Green Goblin and no question that the Goblin Nation would fall - the only surprise was the Goblin’s identity reveal but even that was more of a mild “oh... ho hum” than a shocking revelation.

Superior Spider-Man has been a high watermark in Spider-Man comics and one of the most enjoyable and original storylines the character’s ever had. The first few trade paperbacks are superb and are Dan Slott at his finest. The last couple trades though? You can feel things were being hurried along so All-New Amazing Spider-Man #1 could coincide with the latest (and lamest) Amazing Spider-Man movie, so the comics suffered in declining quality as Slott was rushed and Christos Gage was brought in to co-write the issues to fit the demanding release schedule.

Goblin Nation is a decent last bow for Superior Spider-Man but definitely not amazing.

3.5 stars.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Final End of Norman Osborn? 19 juillet 2014
Par Culleton - Publié sur Amazon.com
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There may be spoilers ahead...

Dan Slott concludes his Superior Spiderman series in style, with a crescendo of Goblin action as Otto Octavius bows out and Peter Parker finally returns.

The return of Peter has been brewing for the last 2 volumes, since being seemingly wiped from existence earlier in the series, and here he battles to regain control inside Otto's mind.

In the meantime, Spidey can't understand why he's not totally won. Having ended organised crime in New York, he can see with his own eyes the mayhem going on as the five boroughs burn under a regime of violence in the grip of the Green Goblin's armies, but his Otto-tech cannot detect it.

Learning that the Goblin and his armies can evade his spiderbot surveillance network, and all but destroying his HQ at Spider Island, Spidey/Otto must do what it takes to end the bloodshed. But the Goblin has targeted all those that are close to Peter Parker to confound the issue, causing Spidey some distractions along the way.

Adding to his problems, Mayor Jameson sanctions super-corporation Alchemax to deploy their Spidey Slayer robots, now calling them Goblin Slayers, with disastrous results.

The Superior/Amazing Spiderman has his hands full. Even the Avengers (appearing in brief cameos) are struggling to deal with the Goblin threat.

This is an epic conclusion to the story that has been 31 issues in the making. Now that it's over, I reflect on the whole saga and make my conclusion that it's been fun, entertaining, refreshing, gripping and superior. I really have enjoyed it immensely, and that includes this final chapter.


With the addition of the Superior Spiderman Annual 2 in this volume, written by Christos Cage (taking a slight diversion from the main story but all elements contained within are concurrent, and necessary), both writers have crafted a thrilling finale to the Superior Spiderman tale. The artwork is also great; this volume predominantly pencilled by Giuseppe Camuncoli (with others being drafted in to draw Spidey Annual 2) - the whole artistic team have done a splendid job.

I will miss Otto Octavius being inside Spiderman's head, but I am looking forward to Peter Parker being back and dealing with the fallout from the last 14-15 or so months. If you read my reviews of all 6 volumes, I've given all but one volume 5 stars - only vol 3 receives 4 stars, in actual fact it should be 4.5.

And so it ends, and I suggest you give them all a try-out. There have been haters of this series, so it might not appeal to everyone. But my view is that it's been a huge success, and that includes this volume.

Give it a whirl.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 To be a hero… 11 août 2014
Par Dr. Rorschach Hound - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
From the beginning, Dan Slott’s decision to have Dr. Octopus switch bodies with Spider-Man’s has received polarized responses from fans of Spider-Man. When the status-quo change first occurred in the DYING WISH arc, many were furious when they discovered that Peter Parker was going to be killed off and replaced by one of his long-time enemies, but when Octavius actually took up the mantle in THE SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN series, people began to revaluate their opinions on the situation. While some were still against Octavius’s role as the new Spider-Man, others were open-minded towards the new series, interested to see what road Otto would take in his journey to prove himself a Spider-Man superior to Peter Parker. Like most of the fans, I was against this change when it first occurred in DYING WISH, but when I saw that the follow-up was receiving positive ratings from fans and critics, I decided to look into Otto’s role as Spidey with an open mind and ended up really enjoying it. What intrigued me about THE SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN was the handling of Octavius’s character. Even though he has turned over a new leaf, he is not the same Spider-Man that Peter Parker was. He was arrogant, he did not always put his responsibility as Spider-Man above his personal ambitions, and he still showed mannerisms that he possessed as Dr. Octopus. Despite his flaws, he was still determined to not only continue Peter’s legacy, but improve upon it by accomplishing more than Peter has as Spider-Man. But his goal has led him to abuse that power by going to extremes such as creating spider-bots to monitor every corner of the city, as well as commission a private military to operate as his own personal army. He has yet to learn what it truly means to be a hero, but that all changes here in the final chapter of Octavius’s career as the webslinger… GOBLIN NATION!

Since volume one, Octavius has managed halt crime in New York City, but one criminal has slipped under his radar, Norman Osborn, aka the Green Goblin. Having found a way to hack into Octavius’s spider-bots, the Goblin has formed a new criminal empire under the streets of Manhattan, declaring himself the Goblin King. All of his henchman (or anyone wearing a Goblin mask) have been invisible to the spider-bots, allowing them to commit crimes a with Octavius knowing. Now in the final volume, Osborn has made himself known to Otto, causing him realize that control of the city has belonged to the Green Goblin all this time and that all he has done has been for nothing. To make matters worse, the Goblin reveals that he knows about the mind switch, and plans to destroy everything Octavius holds dear, as Norman feels cheated that Octavius was the one to defeat Spider-Man instead of him. With the Goblin targeting all of Peter’s friends and relatives and having taken his girlfriend Anna Maria hostage, as well as having an army of Spider-Slayers sent after him by Mayor Jameson, Otto feels devastated, as he believes that he has failed as Spider-Man. Will Octavius do what is necessary and make the ultimate sacrifice, or will all of New York suffer under the reign of the Green Goblin.

While I’ve enjoyed Dan Slott’s work on THE SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN, I personally found GOBLIN NATION to be my favorite as major events go down throughout the story, keeping me excited and invested with every page. But what cements this volume over the previous ones it that Octavius faces the biggest character development in his career as Spidey. As I mentioned earlier, what has made Octavius’s role as the new Spider-Man engaging has been the handling of his character, and I feel that it is here where Otto develops the most as he truly discovers what it means to be a hero. Since volume three, Otto has making more and more controversial decisions as Spider-Man. He has interfered with citizens private lives by monitoring the city, took the law into his own hands by establishing an unlicensed police force to serve as a private army, and has blackmailed Jameson to give him complete authority on combating the criminal underworld. While he has done all of this in his attempts to be a better hero than Peter was, his actions have made him arrogant and overconfident. Once the Goblin makes his presence known, Octavius begins to realize that he let his arrogance get the better of him as the Green Goblin was able to take control of New York without him realizing. This causes him to question the methods he used as Spider-Man, but it’s only when Goblin proceeds to target Peter’s family, as well as kidnap his girlfriend, that he truly acknowledges his failure as Spider-Man, and that Peter has always been the superior Spider-Man.

What makes this dilemma engaging to the reader is that we have been following Octavius’s efforts to abandon his former life as a super villain in order to become a hero, and because everything he has accomplished is set back by the Goblin, we can connect to Otto’s entire experience. From the beginning Otto appeared to have been accomplishing more than Peter had in the past, and when it all falls apart, not only does Otto realize that he was wrong, but the reader does as well. We believed that Octavius was the Superior Spider-Man because of what he accomplished, but like Otto, we forgot that being Spider-Man represents more than having the power to fight crime. Because of Octavius’s overconfidence in his intellect, he believed that he could completely eliminate crime in New York if he could weigh in every possible outcome and scenario. But when everything goes downhill, Otto discovers that being Spider-Man means being able to take the right course of action, no matter what the outcome. It is here where Octavius truly discovers what it means to be a hero, transforming him from the standard mad-scientist super villain, to a character with depth and dignity.

While GOBLIN NATION ended Octavius’s role as Spider-Man with a bang, I felt that the last two chapters could have been handled a little better, which is why I demoted one star. I’m not going to spoil what happens, but I will say that it may come across as a cop-out to those who have enjoyed Octavius as Spider-Man. Apart from that, THE SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN VOL. 6: GOBLIN NATION, stands as my favorite story of the series overall, as it brought outstanding development to Otto Octavius as a character, and did so while giving this series the explosive climax it deserves. I’m not sure of the direction that Spider-Man will take in the future now that Otto is out of the picture, but I can easily say that THE SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN overall is both a worthwhile read, and is one of the best Spider-Man runs in recent history. What started out as a controversial decision to replace Peter Parker as Spider-Man, ended up as a story of redemption for Otto Octavius as a human being.

“True heroism is remarkably sober, very undramatic. It is not the urge to surpass all others at whatever cost, but the urge to serve others at whatever cost.”
-Arthur Ashe
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Superior Ending 10 juillet 2014
Par John Alexander - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The end of the Superior Era and it's a hell of an ending. The highest of praise goes out to Dan Slott for crafting one of my favorite stories in all of Spidey's rich history. And let me not forget to give kudos to Christos Gage who's helped Slott with some of the writing duties. Guiseppe Camucoli is one of my favorite artists on Spider-Man and his work here is just phenomenal. I highly recommend the whole Superior Spider-Man series, and anything Dan Slott has been writing from Amazing Spider-Man that leads to Superior.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 With this volume, the Superior Spider-Man saga comes to a very satisfying close. 2 juillet 2014
Par Matt Anderson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Collects Superior Spider-Man issues #27-31, and Superior Spider-Man Annual #2

I bought the issues that made up this volume as they were originally being released so I could keep up on this final storyline for what has been a great era in Spider-Man’s history. With this volume, the Superior Spider-Man saga comes to a very satisfying close.

Issue-by-Issue Spoilers Below:

I had to buy all of the issues for this, because the trade wouldn’t be released fast enough, and I wanted to know how Otto transitioned back to Peter. Plus, Amazing Spider-Man #1 is coming out soon, and I want to be there at the new ground floor.

Issue #27.Now: Issue #26 ended with the Green Goblin crowning himself the Goblin King. He had acquired all of the Hobgoblin’s warriors, and it seemed like a battle between the Superior Spider-Man and his army was impending. This issue begins 31 days later. Marvel calls this storyline, Goblin Nation, an epic 727 issues in the making. First big “gasp” moment, foreshadowed in Volume 5, is that the Green Goblin knows that Spider-Man is now Otto. Otto admits that it is true, but doesn’t agree to join the Goblin. Mostly, because Goblin offered to make Otto his second. Internally, Otto’s pride wouldn’t allow that, but he says something heroic out loud about protecting his city. It turns out that the Otto that is meeting with Goblin is a hologram, and the real Spider-Man is back at Spider-Island. Just then, there is an assault on Spider-Island, led by Monster, Menace, and the Goblin Knight. Meanwhile, in the Mindscape, the essence of the true Peter enters Otto’s memories for the first time.

Issue #28: Anna Maria got kidnapped by Menace (posing as Lillie), but at least Carlie isn’t completely bad. She goes to Otto for help, but says that she might lose it again at any second. I bet that Anna Maria is killed by the end of this story, and Otto blames himself. I’m still not 100% convinced that this Goblin King is Norman Osborn. Mary Jane does a good job at fighting back against the Goblins and getting Peter’s friends and family to safety. Wraith makes another appearance. Slott has done a good job at continually using certain characters to make them a good extension of the main cast. Jonah unleashed his Goblin Slayers, but they are probably actually Spider Slayers.

Issue #29: Glory quit Jonah’s administration. I thought the conclusion of Lamaze’s story arc was good. First, it was funny that Spider-Man didn’t care about Goblin’s hostage, and Goblin’s reaction was great. Then, Lamaze saves Spider-Man because he was inspired to be a hero by Otto’s recent actions. If this really is Norman as the Goblin, I think it proves that he is scientifically smarter than Otto. He got control of the Spider-suit arms, he got control of the Spider Slayers, he has control of everything. When Peter gets back, he isn’t going to be happy with how Otto left things for him. Everyone hates Spider-Man, and even the police have turned against him. It looks like Carlie will be saved, so that’s nice. Spider-Man 2099 helps Otto out of a mess, but now the Goblin has set his sights on Miguel as well.

Superior Spider-Man Annual #2: This issue is made up of two separate stories, both happening at about the same time. These stories are happening in the midst of the city-wide attack of the Goblins, but surprisingly, Spider-Man only appears for a few pages of the total book. Ben Urich, the reporter, gets most of the page time, as he is trying to find (and cure) his nephew, Phil Urich, the Goblin Knight. It seems like Phil may still have some sanity left in him, so Ben sets out with an experimental cure to try on his nephew. The cure is being worked on by Sajani at Parker Industries, and it is actually supposed to be for Carlie. Robbie Robertson almost got killed in this story. The second story is shorter, and revolves around Wraith. She doesn’t know the true identity of Monster, so even though Carlie is valiantly trying to hold on to her sanity, Wraith’s attack sends her over the edge. Sajani's only option is to use the untested cure and hope for the best. Luckily, it works, and Carlie is saved. Wraith also found out that her eyepieces aren't able to detect Goblin masks or images.

Issue #30: This was such a great issue, and such a great way to wrap up Otto’s time as Spider-Man. Over the last few issues, Peter (in the Mindscape) has been living out Otto’s entire life. During the process, he has been losing himself, with so little of Peter’s original memories left. He gets all the way to the point where Otto took over Peter’s body, and experiences the memory pulse that Peter set off at that moment. All of Peter’s original memories come flooding back at the Mindscaped Peter and he is re-energized. He now plans to take his life back. Just like in the early issues of the Superior Spider-Man run, the Peter essence is co-existing in the real world with Otto. Otto can sense and speak to him. Otto has a wonderful, heroic moment when Anna Maria’s life is put in danger. Talking with Peter he admits that he has failed. He knows that he is not the best, saying, “I’m flawed so I overcompensate.” He acknowledges that when it comes to saving others, Peter is the superior hero, and the Superior Spider-Man. Otto willing, by his own power, hooks himself up to a brain scan machine, and voluntarily erases all trace of Otto’s memories from Peter’s body. This is good because Peter has his life back, but bad because Otto had to erase the memories from his time inside Peter’s body. Peter sheds a tear after Otto’s sacrifice, and dresses himself up in the classic Spider-Man costume. This issue was a 5-star read!

Other thoughts – I don’t know a lot about Liz Allan, but she has a goblin mask and a young son named Normie. Needless to say, she must be a bad guy. Jonah is in trouble because it came out that he unleashed the Goblin Slayers before they were ready. He tried to blame it on Alchemax, but they prove it was his fault. He may lose his job as mayor. In the end, it was Otto’s love for Anna Maria that led to him sacrificing himself. He truly believed that he wasn’t capable of saving her from the Green Goblin. Only the one, true Spider-Man could do that. Very touching.

Issue #31: The final issue! It says, “Series Finale,” on the cover. I knew this was going to be trouble for Peter. He is totally in the dark as to what happened while Otto took over his brain. Luckily, he is able to convince Carlie that he is back to himself again. The Avengers also immediately notice a difference. Spider-Man 2099 and Peter team up to stop the Alchemax Spider Slayers, while the Green Goblin holds Anna Maria hostage on top of a building. While facing off against Menace, Peter injects her with the cure for the Goblin serum. When Spidey and Goblin are fighting, the Goblin’s mask is pulled off. Underneath is the face of Mason Banks, Alchemax Executive, but he claims that he really is Norman Osborn. He had his face changed because he was too well known…supposedly. Even in Mason’s inner-dialogue, I can’t tell if he really is Norman, or if he just thinks he’s Norman. Either way, after he escapes he says he is going to change his face again. This all happens after Spidey beats him in battle and gives him the Goblin cure. He’s still a bad guy after the cure, just not a crazy bad guy. The artwork displays a great “Superior Spider-Man No More” image as Peter realizes how much Anna Maria loved Otto. If she saw the good in him, maybe he wasn’t so bad after all. This ends the main story, but there’s more. The next section has a story about the other cast members. MJ learns that Peter was actually Otto, but doesn’t care. She can’t be a part of Peter’s life anymore. They say their “goodbyes.” Carlie agrees with MJ's decision, and decides to move down south. At the end, Jonah resigns as mayor.
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