• In the aftermath of THE CLONE CONSPIRACY, Hobie Brown tries to return to normal life. • But as miraculous as it may be, resurrection can sometimes bring ruin, and Hobie's friendship with the Amazing Spider-Man is far from safe. Rated T+
I enjoyed this series as it was a side mission to Spider-Man's major arc. My only complaint is I wish there was more time to flesh Hobie out but there's something romantic in not getting that definitive ending as well. Overall, Sean Ryan and Jamal Campbell made for a really stand out mini-series about a hero that wouldn't be on most folks' radar. Read Full Review
While I'd prefer more Prowler stories to come, I'm actually sort of fine with having his fate up in the air. After all, Hobie Brown's career has been one of the more tentative of Marvel's street-level heroes, starting and stopping and never quite hitting the big time, so having it end like this is thematically appropriate, even if I'd prefer something better. Prowler #6 wraps up Hobie's story for now, and does so with some interesting moments and even where the storytelling and art are inconsistent, it doesn't alienate me as a reader. Read Full Review
The Prowler #6 captures the uncertainty of the Prowler's future but ultimately feels as if nothing happened. If this series has had one saving grace, it is the introduction of Jamal Campbell to comic book interiors. Read Full Review
The Prowler comic comes to an end with a final issue that serves more to showcase the solid artwork than to really do anything worthwhile with the character. So the finale is pretty much like the series itself. Read Full Review
great art as always... starts with Hobie talking to Peter about what to do next...
Peter just wants to know what Hobie wants.. but Hobie doesn't know.. seems like he's having flashbacks to times he's been in danger...
and... seemingly he quits.. or considers it.. and this series is over.
I hate Marvel.