Spider-Man's Tangled Web #22

Writer: Brian David Walsh Artist: Alberto Dose Publisher: Marvel Knights Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 22, 2003

    An interesting look at what happens to the crooks that Spider-Man leaves hanging in his webbing when the police arrive, and Brian Patrick Walsh manages to nicely play up the idea that Spider-Man's involvement does complicate matters for the police. Now the story does look to place a little too much focus on the idea that Spider-Man was involved, as it dismisses the idea that one of the crooks was successfully picked out of a lineup with the claim that the witness has bad eyesight, when this argument doesn't really carry much weight when one considers that the woman was able to successfully identify the man. Still, this issue does a pretty solid job of playing with its idea, and the ending was rather amusing. I also noticed that this title wasn't listed in next month's previews, which I'm guessing would make this the last issue of the series, which is a bit of a shame, as did offer up a unique take on Spider-Man's world. Read Full Review

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