Spectacular Spider-Man #24

Writer: Samm Barnes Artist: Scot Eaton Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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Spider-Man and Sarah, the daughter of Gwen Stacy, end up halfway around the world in Paris, and into the sights of a mysterious new enemy!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 10, 2005

    I probably already made mention of this during my review of the first chapter, but it is worth noting once again that Scot Eaton's work on this arc is a pretty close match to the work that Mike Deodato is offering up on "Amazing Spider-Man" which helps to make this arc feel like a direct extension of the arc that this story has spun out of. I mean all the players look the same, and Peter looks amusingly out of place as he adjusts to this new environment. In fact the art does such and effective job of conveying the emotions of the characters, that when the action did make an appearance in the issue it felt like an unwelcome intrusion. In fact if I had to make one quibble about the art it's that the scene where Sarah is attacked by the street thugs, the art utterly fails to convey any real moments of danger, nor any of the visual excitement that such a scene should have. Still, the art does a nice job of filling the background with shots of Paris. Read Full Review

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