Spectacular Spider-Man #11

Writer: Paul Jenkins Artist: Daimon Scott Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 26, 2004

    I'm not really a fan of the Lizard, and I'm not exactly excited by the prospect that the character is being called upon to carry this arc, but I will concede that Paul Jenkins looks to be off to a promising start, as the Lizard does look to have actually murdered someone. Now to my mind Curt Conners is the person who placed the Lizard in a location where the creature would likely lash out, so Curt's claims of innocence sound a bit hallow on that final page. I mean to me it's the same as placing a loaded gun in a room with a child, and while the Lizard has been revealed to have a mind of its own, Curt had to realize that by changing into the Lizard in the same room as a man that he held such a deep-seated hatred for chances are the creature's first impulse would be to lash out. The issue also does a wonderful job of developing a reason why Curt Conners would be in such a sorry state, as his life is falling apart, and one does get the sense that the Lizard's emergence is actually welcome Read Full Review

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