I will give Marvel this much. At least they didn't cut the spreads with advertisements. Still, Marvel's advertising positioning leaves much for which to be desired. After the first page--admittedly a splash, we get an advertisement. After that we get a spread, but that first ad being ballyhooed so soon almost feels like a slap. There are a helluva lot of ads in Spider-Man/Red Sonja. I counted twenty-two pages of artwork. This is contrasted by twenty-two pages of advertisements, four Marvel house ads and that demeaning Valentine's Day leftover where the House of Ideas expresses them about which fictional character they would date. Read Full Review
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