Spectacular Spider-Man #23

Writer: Samm Barnes Artist: Scot Eaton Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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Spinning directly out of the events of "Sins Past" in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, Spider-Man and Sarah, the daughter of Gwen Stacy and the web-slinger's greatest enemy, embark on a journey of discovery!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 21, 2005

    Scot Eaton dropped off my radar after his abrupt departure from "Thor" but I'm glad to see him make a return to a title that I pick up, as he turns in some solid work, and if nothing else he does a pretty effective job of matching his style to Mike Deodato's work over on "Amazing Spider-Man" which acts as a nice bridge between the two related stories. The art also does a nice job of playing up the visual comedy as Spider-Man tries a bit of webslinging in the City of Lights, with the image of Spider-Man that is shown of the television being particularly amusing. The only real complaint that I would make about the art is that in the effort to play up the idea that Sarah looks just like Gwen the character is sporting a dated hairstyle, that looks downright strange when everyone else is sporting a modern day look. We also get a lovely cover from Greg Land, which is always a welcome bonus. Read Full Review

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