Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #61

Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #61

Writer: Paul Tobin Artist: Christian Nuack Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 24, 2010 Critic Reviews: 1
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FINAL ISSUE! There’s been a fight brewing for some time, and it all explodes in this issue when Emma Frost comes face-to-face with justice in the form of…Sophia “Chat” Sanduval, the girl who can talk to animals. But is she a match for the woman who will become the White Queen? And with Spider-Man hunted by an entire crime family, and with Bullseye on his way…what can one wall-crawler do to help his girlfriend Chat, when she can’t even remember who he is? All Ages …$2.99

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Mar 27, 2010

    Tobin surprisingly makes Emma Frost sympathetic. In fact, if in continuity proper, a juvenile Emma had met Spider-Man, her characterization would make much more sense. I first encountered Emma Frost as the White Queen back in the days of the Chris Claremont/John Byrne Hellfire Club, and I know for a fact that the only reason why Emma Frost is so well regarded nowadays is that Grant Morrison recreated her personality from iota up. She was not just bitchy originally. She was evil, and unlike Rogue, there was no indication that the Emma Frost from the Hellfire Club would reform. When you get right down to it, she originally just existed for symmetry, to counter Jean Grey's Black Queen. Morrison simply cheated. Tobin plays fair. His Emma's rationale is all based on love, friendship and inexperience. For once, she is not the unflappable British tart/posh. Instead, she's a scared, woefully outclassed victim of her own making. I can easily see Tobin's version of Emma Frost evolving into a her Read Full Review

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