Marvel Super Heroes Adventures: Spider-Man and the Stolen Vibranium #1

Writer: Jim McCann Artist: Dario Brizuela Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 18, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
7.3Critic Rating
4.0User Rating

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•  Wakanda?! You mean the home of the Black Panther, one of the world's fiercest warriors and a member of the Avengers?
•  That's right! When Spider-Man's archenemy Doctor Octopus goes on the hunt for the incredible metal Vibranium, it'll take the combined might of not one, but TWO beloved heroes to take him down!
•  Can Spider-Man and Black Panther work together to keep Vibranium out of Doc Ock's eight hands - or will the villain turn the tide?
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  • 8.0
    You Don't Read Comics - Brandon Masters Apr 18, 2018

    The only problem is, the book seems to alienate older readers at the same time. The art style shift feels like shifting gears without a clutch, and that alone can easily turn off readers who expect the more realistic style found in most Marvel books. Its entirely possible to work past it, and a fun, short story awaits those who do. Read Full Review

  • 7.8
    Graphic Policy - Joe Ryan Apr 18, 2018

    If you are a parent or a kid at heart, this book will have something for you. The story by Jim McCann is a quick action filled tale of Spidey working with Black Panther in Wakanda fighting Doctor Octopus. It doesn't really feature too many words that show slow young children down, and if it does, well then it will be fun to read with their parents or have it read to them. Read Full Review

  • 6.0 - Chase Magnett Apr 18, 2018

    While they make for fun collectibles, the oversized heads look absurd on the page and undermine a generally good introduction point for young fans. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    CrazyforRAMU Nov 10, 2018

    When Doc Ock tries to steal Wakanda's vibranium, the Black Panther calls in Spidey for a team-up. Both that specific plot and the concept of a kiddo-friendly "Stan Lee's Avengers Babies" title are sound, but Marvel does readers of all ages a disservice by executing them so cheaply. The super-deformed, unsettlingly-muscular character designs are polished up nicely, but nobody bothered to ask if the result was attractive. It is not. Spidey's humor is handled poorly. As an ultimate sign of how much care was taken with this comic, the creators and editors all managed to miss the fact that Okoye misspells her own name when introducing herself.

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