The worst day in Peter Parker's life! Spider-Man has been defeated and kidnapped! Wait till you see who accomplished what the Green Goblin, the Kingpin and Doctor Octopus couldn't do! And can Kitty Pryde and Mary Jane team up to save him in time?
There was a fun little easter egg hidden in the issue, which I'm sure everyone saw, where someone who looks like Echo was screaming in the police station, "Who can you trust?". I thought it was funny and it made me chuckle when I read it. Read Full Review
While this issue ends up being a relatively quiet moment in an time when the series needs anything but, it's hard to deny the creators are firing on all cylinders at the moment. Next month begins a storyline that documents the "worst day in Peter Parker's life." Based on what has happened to the poor kid so far, I look forward to it with equal parts excitement and trepidation. Read Full Review
Stuart Immonen, by now almost every reader of Ultimate Spider-Man either loves or hates his art and I personally enjoy his pencilling. Seeing Immonen get a handle on the two-page panelling, flow, as well as improving the the dramatic pieces while retaining his grasp of the action sequences has been a fun ride. Some of the emotion can become flat at a distance and is especially apparent in some panels where important characters are back further. But the pencilling is past the point of fitting the script, but enhancing it. It feels less and less like someone trying to draw Bendis script and more like a collaboration. Bagley who? Read Full Review
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