Marvel Team-Up #7

Writer: Robert Kirkman Artist: Scott Kolins, Studio F Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
9.0Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

The Ringmaster is sick of sitting on the sidelines. He's out to make a name for himself. Unfortunately for Spider-Man and Moon Knight, they are caught up in the middle of his master plan. This is the start of a brand-new story arc!

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Apr 9, 2005

    Kirkman's creative partner Scott Kolins in his own style beautifully illustrates Moon Knight. Many artists attempted to emulate Bill Sienkiewicz in his Neal Adams period, but Kolins bucks tradition and sticks with what he knows to perfect a Moon Knight that's just as dangerous a fighter as Batman used to be. Kolins also beefs up Mary Jane. At times she looks like her diet consists of Olestra crackers and does his usual snappy, gravity defying Spider-Man. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 15, 2005

    Scott Kolins continues to deliver some amazing art on this title, and while I was a huge fan of run on the "Flash" I have to say that I do believe that this title is a better match, as he now has the freedom to play with every toy in the sandbox, and he's proving to be surprisingly adapt at making the most of this new-found freedom. I mean he does an amazing job on Moon Knight, as the character has a wonderfully mysterious vibe, and one can't help but get the sense that he's one second away from smacking Spider-Man upside the head, after he makes yet another goofy comment. The art also does a lovely job of capturing the Ringmaster's new ability, as there's a great double page spread where we see Spider-Man and Moon Knight suddenly find themselves in the midst of the three ring circus. Also while I've seen this final page hundreds of times before, I can't deny that Scott Kolins draws one impressive cliff-hanger explosion. Great looking cover shot as well, though I'm not entirely sold on Read Full Review

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