His determination and super powers--he really wants that cereal--all come into play, and he even manages to run afoul of some supervillains including Sabertooth and a hilarious version of the Blob. Giarrusso furthermore sneaks in some of that racism toward mutants that has come once again into vogue. Granted, he does it in such a light manner you may not see it, but it's there. Rather than waste more trees with U-Decide contests, a booty-loving stereotype and gay, dead cowboys, Spidey & the Mini-Marvels is in what the publisher should invest. Read Full Review
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