When the heroes meet at Dr. Strange's abode, more fun ensues, and Giffin/DeMatteis/Maguire fans will especially like the clever joke paying homage to I Still Can't Believe It's Not the Justice League. Kirkman writes Spidey in rare form, and all of his characterization rings true. When the heroes actually face the beast needed a sound thrashing--or maybe not--it's actually disappointing in comparison to the build up. It's not bad, just traditional, and not the slightest bit as whacky and freewheeling as the previous scenes. Read Full Review
Scott Kolins absence is a cause for concern as he's a proven monthly artist, and as such the idea that Paco Medina isn't listed as a guest-artist has me a little concerned that Scott Kolins may have moved on to another title, which would be a huge loss for this book. Still, Paco Medina turns in an impressive showing as the more irksome qualities of his art look to have been brought under control, and his work manages to offer up a pretty polished looking final product, with some solid big impact shots to leave me happy. I mean there's a lovely one-page shot of Spider-Man web slinging with a wonderfully detailed cityscape filling the background. There's also a cute little one page shot of She-Hulk looking highly uncomfortable as Warbird armpits her to Doctor Strange's home. However, the real money shot in this issue would have to be the double-page establishing shot of the ruins of Toyko. On the other side of the equation though the punches that take down the Hulk don't look nearly as p Read Full Review
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