Peter has been kidnapped by the Sinister Six. The life of his Aunt May is forfeit unless he goes along with the Six and helps them attack the White House! Can Spider-Man find a way to save his aunt and stop the attack on the capital? Find out here!
Another issue where Brian Michael Bendis manages to hold off the big show that likely acted as the primary reason most readers were drawn to this miniseries. However, given Spider-Man is being backed into a corner where he is forced into helping these villains, I will give Brian Michael Bendis the time he needs to craft the situation so that Peter feels he has no other recourse than the help them in their attack upon the White House. In fact if nothing else by the time this issue is finished I couldn't help but be a bit curious as to which side of the fence Spider-Man would fall upon in the impending battle, as from a pure excitement level I'd love to see him square off against the Ultimates, but doing so would likely get him into more trouble than Brian Michael Bendis would be able to deal with in the amount of time he has left to tell this story. Plus, while watching Spider-Man battle the Ultimates would be a lot of fun I'm not sure I'd want to leave the party before he had an opport Read Full Review
Building up to the climactic final two issues of this series, this installment serves as an excellent appetizer for what will doubtless be the mother of all battles on the White House lawn. My own personal interest lies in seeing where and how the various political strands tie into the main plot, but Bendis is a trustworthy man for the job. And even without the intrigue, its bound to be a fantastic clash of powers. And whats the significance of Peters bag? Read Full Review