Marvel Knights Spider-Man #10

Writer: Mark Millar Artist: Terry Dodson Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: January 12, 2005 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 6
6.5Critic Rating
8.4User Rating

Now that Spider-Man knows the identity of the villain responsible for kidnapping Aunt May, will he seek justice or retribution? Plus, Black Cat guest stars!

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Dave Wallace Jan 18, 2005

    A lot of this story is going to depend on its conclusion in the next couple of issues the trouble is, I feel like Ive been saying that for the last nine months. Im enjoying this book well enough on a monthly basis, but whether or not it can be seen as a classic is going to depend on how well the myriad loose ends are tied up in the finale. I look forward to seeing how well Millar has plotted the series, because if he doesnt have a solid plan in place by this point, the ending could be a huge mess. Lets hope it isnt. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 27, 2005

    Terry and Rachel Dodson turn in another fine outing as their clean, yet highly detailed style gets the opportunity to deliver some pretty intense action, as Spider-Man breaks Norman Osborn out of prison, and along the way he encounters several heavily armed guards. The art also gets the opportunity to build toward an exciting climax, though I will issue a minor quibble about Spider-Man falling victim to a surprise attack, as the art should've offered up the spider-sense visual before the Hydro-Man's attack. Still the art does some nice work offering up the visual excitement, and the final double-page spread that carries us into the next issue is a lot of fun, though I must confess I wasn't able to identify all of the villains. Still, the art also does some nice work on the more heated emotional moments, as Mary Jane's tirade against the Black Cat was nicely handled. Read Full Review

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