But surprisingly, it's the writing that wins the day here. Reed is having fun with the idea of villain-as-hero, and it's nice to see him treat the character as having a good time being bad without much in the way of angst. It should be interesting to see how it plays out. If we're stuck with this status quo, it's good that we'll be able to get some decent stories out of it. Read Full Review
While it's got a few flaws, Sinister Spider-Man #2 is still one hell of a fun comic book. Most of the visuals are incredibly stylish and edgy, the dark humor works extremely well, and the overall personality the book has makes it easy to overlook some of the problems I mention in the review. Read Full Review
Yet, the fragmented story is bit of a mess, like something that burst out of the mental recesses of the world's most enthusiastic Keith Giffen clone. Still, the Bachalo art makes it all look like it's worth your time, even if it may not be. Read Full Review
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