Spider-Man: Quality of Life #4

Writer: Greg Rucka Artist: Scott Sava Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 5, 2002

    Martha Connors death does give this miniseries a bit more heft than we normally get from the average miniseries, and the computer generated art makes this a decidedly unique experience from a visual sense. I also have to give this miniseries credit for the introduction of a fairly interesting new character, as while Yith does follow a rather predictable path in this issue, I did enjoy the mercenarily attitude that she displayed before her change of heart. Still, I did find this issue was a bit too run-of-the-mill when it came to it's finish, as once Yith let Connors continue on to the offices of her employer the ending was pretty much telegraphed. The story also ends a rather abruptly, as we are left to wonder about Spider-Man's response to the idea that he's just witnessed a murder. I mean while the victim wasn't exactly an innocent party, I can't believe Spider-Man's sense of responsibility wouldn't have him heading after Yith. Read Full Review

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