All of these really winning aspects of Amazing Spider-Girl are left in the dust after DeFalco concocts a real challenge for May Day Parker and Ron Frenz and Sal Buscema put decompressionist drivel to shame by showing that the language of super-hero books is action, action and more action. While the story in Amazing Spider-Girl is a good one, it's actually an extra animated and strategic rescue that makes May Day Parker's foray against Carnage positively gripping. The artistic execution and the physics of the save are impeccable. Read Full Review
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