Another fine issue from the creative team of DeConnick and Rios, who put together a great thrillride story that sees Osborn manipulating his surroundings as he works his way out of custody. This issue isn't tremendously deep, but it is highly entertaining thanks to the fine craftsmanship of the creative team. You aren't missing much in terms of a highly important plot if you skip this issue, but you are going to miss out on a fun story that features some really great art. Read Full Review
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