Marvel Team-Up #1
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Marvel Team-Up #1

Writer: Robert Kirkman Artist: Scott Kolins Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
8.0Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

"GOLDEN CHILD" PART 1. When Cerebro detects Paul Patterson, a student attending Peter Parker's school who has developed mutant powers -- it sets Wolverine and Spider-Man on the same path. But with competing agendas, will they work together? Will they be at odds? Hard to say... but the title doesn't say "Super Friends," gang!

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Nov 13, 2004

    Marvel Team-Up will make a nice, gag-filled replacement for those looking to rid themselves of Amazing Spider-Man reek. Oh, and don't skip over the text piece at the end. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 25, 2004

    Scott Kolins has been a favourite artist of my ever since his memorable run on the "Flash", so I'm delighted by the idea that he's lined up to be this book's regular artist, as in addition to bringing a highly detailed style, he's also proven to be a very reliable artist who is able to meet the monthly deadlines. If one needs any proof that Scott Kolins is the ideal artist for this title, than all one has to do is open the book to the first page, as the art captures the readers full attention with a single image. There's also a number of big impact moments from Spider-Man opening battle with the armed thugs, to the scene where Peter discovers there a mutant in his midst. However, the real selling point of this issue would have to be the battle between Spider-Man and Wolverine, as the scene in the alley made for a great display of Spider-Man's superior agility. Logan's escape was also well presented, as we see his adamantium claws straining against his adamantium skull. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Keith Dallas Nov 15, 2004

    No doubt about it, MTU is a Scott Kolins showcase, and I would encourage you to buy the book if you in any way admire this artist. The story may not grab you, but the artwork should. Read Full Review

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