Salvador Larroca turns in a pretty solid looking issue as while there are some panels where the art looked a little rough around the edges, for the most part this is a very good looking issue. I mean the sequence where the Rhino loses patience with Crusher Hogan has a nice sense of urgency to is, as does the scene where Spider-Man finds his efforts to locate Jameson in the subway station are hampered by his celebrity status. There's also a number of fun little moments that I rather enjoyed, such as Jameson's look of utter delight after he reads a particularly embarrassing section of Peter's journal, or Peter's smile as he answer Gwen's question of why he's going out wearing his costume. There's also some nice action shots in this issue, such as the clip from the Spider-Man movie, to Jameson's dramatic action hero leap over the subway turnstile. I also have to give the cover full marks for managing to capture the sense of danger that the story inside was lacking, as that's a lovely visu Read Full Review
The reader can guess the book's climactic scene after Jameson gets his hands on Peter's journal because the writers have been foreshadowing Peter's secret since the series began last month. Because not much happens that's significant, it feels as though the story is shorter than it actually is. Read Full Review
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