An intriguing addition to Marvels House of M mega summer event which falls short of faithfully portraying everybodys favorite web crawler, but packs more of a wallop than the usual introductory comic book tale to a limited series. Read Full Review
Salvador Larroca is one of the most underrated artists working under the Marvel banner. While there may be more flashy artists who earn the attention of Wizard's top ten lists, Salvador Larroca has the single most important quality I look for when it comes to a comic book artist, and that it is his ability to deliver solid art on a monthly basis. When I see his name on a project I can sit back and enjoy the simple fact that all the issues will ship on time, and that the art that he provides will be his usual highly detailed work that's also extremely easy to follow. His work on this opening issue displays his usual strong eye for the big impact moments, from the raw emotion of the opening pages that serves as a strong introduction to Peter's new life, to the wonderful work in the final two panels where a character's expression changes from terror to anticipation after he realizes what is being offered. The only quibble that I'd make about the art is that I wish Spider-Man artists w Read Full Review
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