Marvel Knights Spider-Man #6

Writer: Mark Millar Artist: Terry Dodson Publisher: Marvel Knights Critic Reviews: 2
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    Comics Bulletin - Dave Wallace Sep 14, 2004

    A difficult book to judge, and although Im going to keep buying it, Im still having trouble getting over my ambivalence. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 9, 2004

    No real action to speak of in this issue, as Spider-Man is able to remove himself from the swarm of S.W.A.T. officers in rather quick order, but lucky for readers in addition to being quite good at cheesecake art, the Dodsons' work is quite effective when it come to detailing the emotions of the characters. This quality helps to sell the sense of underlying danger during the sequence where Spider-Man pays a visit to Norman Osborn, even if the final moments of this encounter are a little too obvious in their bid to present Norman as an evil entity. The expression of Rachel Summers as she flashes back on the attack helped to add a sense of impact to the panels where we witness the attack, with the final one page shot of this scene being a particularly powerful visual. I also have to give the art full marks for that final page shot of Venom, as it perfectly captures the inhuman quality of the symbiotic entity. Read Full Review

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