Spectacular Spider-Man #20

Writer: Paul Jenkins Artist: Paco Medina Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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At his lowest ebb, struggling to hold onto the last vestige of the humanity buried deep inside him, Spidey is lent a helping hand by one of Earth's Mightiest Heroes!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 29, 2004

    To tell the truth my enjoyment of the art swings up and down far more than it should. Now there are moments when the art manages to do a wonderful job capturing the visual excitement of the key developments, from the death of the giant spider, to the scene where our heroes finds themselves surrounded by an army of drones. However, there are also numerous scene where the art adopts stylistic choices that serve to bring a sense of visual confusion to the book, and the expressions of the various characters are so wildly over the top, that it's difficult to take the material seriously. Than again given the silly plot the art is being called upon to deliver, my inability to take the material seriously might not be the fault of the art. Still, one does have to wonder if the story might've played better if the art had been able to project a more horrific vibe. Read Full Review

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