• It's family fun night at the Parker household! • After their first outing as a Spider-Family, Peter and MJ want to have a nice relaxing night with Annie. • So of course the Parker Luck dictates that Sandman has to crash the party! Rated T
The art is consistent. There are some small mistakes but the art-style of this comic covers it up. This comic is a story which a Spidey fan has always wanted to see but never got and certainly this kind of story accomplishes it. It pin points the daily aspect of life, which can have its limitations, but if you want to see magic, just check out the first and last panel. This issue was consistent with its previous counterparts but felt a little bit weaker. Still, its surely a fun ride to see the daily struggles of this Spidey family. Read Full Review
Writer Gerry Conway and artist Nathan Stockman deliver another chapter in what is shaping up to be required reading for all Spider-Man fans. Stockman's animated figures and Conway's razor wit make for a blast of an issue that moves much faster than the previous four. Read Full Review
I recommendthis issue and series to anybody that wants a little bit of family flavor addedinto their super hero lineup each month. This really is Marvel's best answer to the Superman lineup that DC putsout and is really equally as enjoyable. Read Full Review
Given that Gerry Conway has been writing comic book stories since the '70s, it shouldn't be a surprise that this issue reads like a throwback to an earlier era. But it's fun, and it gets to the point fast. Read Full Review
One of the few non Star-Wars Marvel books in my pull. I don't find this title spectacular by any means but it's just to satisfy the fact that I believe Pete and MJ should be together and allowed to have babies. I always have to compare this with the current Superman books because there's a similar dynamic with Clark, Lois, and Jon. But with Supes, the stakes are higher. Although enduring Bouncy Bunny gives Pete some mad street cred.
Another very quality issue for RYV! The best part is at the beginning, with the family interactions being the highlight of the book. The question of why Sandman is a villain again after the original RYV mini for secret wars wasn't answered, but really that was just a minor thing. All in all I definitely recommend this issue!
Overall,the stories are great but it gets to the conclusion a bit fast.This is currently the best spidey-title but needs to be a bit better.The family atmosphere is really good,art is great and the spider man foes are great too