Miles Morales: Spider-Man #25

Writer: Saladin Ahmed, Cody Ziglar Artist: Carmen Nunez Carnero, Daniel Acuna Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 28, 2021 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 9 User Reviews: 19
8.1Critic Rating
8.4User Rating

+ Pull List

•  We finally see the full extent of what the Assessor did when he kidnapped Miles back in #7.
•  This oversized anniversary issue lets the clones loose in Brooklyn and messes with Miles life even more than Peter Parker's Clone Saga messed HIS life up.

Rated T

  • 9.2
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Apr 28, 2021

    Carmen Carnero has a brilliant eye for detail and action. The art is immersive, beautiful and engaging. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AIPT - David Brooke Apr 26, 2021

    Miles Morales: Spider-Man #25 is an entertaining issue that will make you a believer in a new Clone Saga story arc. You may rightly still have reservations, but it's clear Ahmed and Carnero have a good handle on pace and plotting, keeping the story relevant, grounded, and complex. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    Comic Watch - James Remolde Apr 26, 2021

    I am enjoying this run and my opinion of Miles remains high! Don't let the clones fool you - this is a great comic! Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Black Nerd Problems - Chris Aiken May 4, 2021

    One gripe I do have with the clones that show up this issue is that they all look too similar to Miles. In the older stories, especially the Ultimate Clone Saga, the clones all had their own unique look and design. The upside is that Miles' clones come with a variety of different powers that make them a challenge. The allure of this arc is definitely the mystery surrounding the clones. The addition of Peter Parker to the story, who is finally taking a proactive role in Miles' drama, is a good start. As is the potential return of the Accessor. The success of this story is entirely dependent on how good the mystery is and hopefully, things will take an interesting turn. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    COMICON - Scott Redmond May 4, 2021

    Miles Morales' anniversary issue dives into the realms of nostalgia but brings its own unique style and twists to the 90s plot that it's paying homage to. Deeply engaging and energetic art hits the right notes to carry this dramatic and emotional storyline while making each of the action scenes stand out and feel as heavy as it should. A delightful and lighter backup story caps off the issue and showcases why Miles Morales is such a beloved character. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Newsarama - Oscar Maltby Apr 28, 2021

    'Clone Saga.' These two words are enough to send a shiver down the spine of any Spidey fan, but Saladin Ahmed and Carmen Carnero set off Miles' double trouble with a bang in Miles Morales: Spider-Man #25. The excitable team of Cody Ziglar and Natacha Bustos lighten the overall tone with a fresh and amusing backup story that captures the spirit of teenage super-heroism, while Saladin Ahmed turns up the heat until Miles' personality roils under the stress. Carmen Carnero's distorted trio of clones more than fulfill the heady promises of the word 'clone' in a Spider-Man context, shrugging off the bad vibes usually associated with this much-maligned combination of concepts. Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Spencer Perry Apr 28, 2021

    The true start of the all-new "Clone Saga" is light on answers but offers enough of a narrative tease that it's clear this won't just be Miles' version of the classic Peter Parker storyline. Read Full Review

  • 7.3
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson May 5, 2021

    For me, just the name 'Clone Saga' is troubling, but this issue does well to keep things distinct from previous tales, and makes it clear that Miles is not Peter Parker, plus, the art is top-notch throughout. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Geek'd Out - Nico Sprezzatura Apr 28, 2021

    In addition to the main story is a charming little backup by Cody Ziglar and Natacha Bustos, which serves as a fairly stark contrast to the Clone Saga lead. While the main story is sober and serious, Big-Time Buzzkill is bright and colorful, with lots of humor. Its not essential at all in regards to the headliner, but still worth checking out. Bustos, in particular, is a favorite of mine thanks to her fantastic run on Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur, so Im not complaining about getting to see more from her. Read Full Review

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