Ultimate Spider-Man #48

Ultimate Spider-Man #48

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Mark Bagley Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: October 15, 2003 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
9.3Critic Rating
9.5User Rating

CATS AND KINGS PART 2 Distraught over his recent conflict at the Daily Bugle, Peter takes troubles back to high school and winds up directly in the principal's office!

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Tim Hartnett Oct 23, 2003

    By far some of the best Marvel has to offer these days. My favorite comic book is now my favorite once again. It's amazing I pay $2.25 for this, yet $2.95 and $3.50 for Jeph Loeb efforts with the same amount of pages and a fifth less. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Cody Dolan Oct 20, 2003

    Im running out of good things to say about this series, so forgive me if you notice Im repeating sentiments from earlier review. Even when I found myself a little confused by the story (why does Kingpin makes a call me gesture to Spider-Man with his thumb and pinky next to his face?) I was still able to figure out what was going on (hes taunting poor Petey). This book is simply one of the best examples of how good comics can be when companies and creators are on the same page. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 26, 2003

    I'm sure there's a stage in every teenager's life where they feel like they are the only sane person in an insane world, and that it feels like everything you do is rewarded by an authority figure telling you that you've done it wrong. Now this issue doesn't really play fair, as while Peter is allowed to make some fairly solid sounding arguments, and I must confess I found his tirade in the classroom to be a truly wonderful slam against the justice system, the simple fact is that the reason why Peter ends up looking like he's the only one with his head on straight is because the people he's going up against aren't allowed to respond in an effective manner. I mean I simply didn't buy into the idea that J. Jonah Jameson wouldn't respond to Peter's accusations, as if there's one character who will bluster his way into an argument without a leg to stand on, it would be everyone's favorite blowhard. Still, this issue leaves Peter in a rather interesting position, as not only is he fired, bu Read Full Review

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