Easily one of the strongest issues of Dan Jurgens run when it comes to its presentation of an idea, as takes the time to present some fairly big questions, including one that deals directly with religion, which is normally a topic most mainstream comics shy away from. It's certainly interesting to consider how organized religion would view a group of beings who claimed to be gods, and then proceed to provide the miracles that would lure away followers. Now if one does look at the bigger picture then it does seem odd that Spider-Man is the only resident of the Marvel Universe who has taken note of this rather momentous event, but then again I can also understand why Dan Jurgens would be reluctant to turn this into a guest-star bonanza, as he's dealing with some fairly compelling questions. In the end Dan Jurgens has set up a situation where I have to admit I don't see how he's going to resolve this situation, thought simple logic makes it clear this situation isn't going to last much lo Read Full Review
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