Part of it I suspect is due to the fact that I've simply never found the Black Cat to be all that interesting, but Kevin Smith offers up a pretty ordinary first issue to this miniseries, that didn't convince me that the Black Cat is suddenly worthy of her impending monthly title. This opening issue also doesn't do that great a job introducing the character to newer readers either, as the book is set up with the idea the reader knows Spider-Man & the Black Cat have a past together, nor does it establish what the Black Cat is capable of, or even what "gear" she makes use of when she's in costume. Now the Spider-Man scenes are a lot of fun, and I am looking forward to Kevin Smith's take on the awkwardness that now exists between him & the Black Cat. The main villain on the story also looks to have a unique gimmick as it appears he can remotely trigger drug overdoses in people. However, this issue doesn't do much for the Black Cat, beyond establish the Dodsons can make her look like a buxo Read Full Review
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