Spider-Man: Blue #6

Spider-Man: Blue #6

Writer: Jeph Loeb Artist: Tim Sale Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
6.0Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

The shadowy figure that has orchestrated Spidey's recent encounters stands revealed. What kind of villain makes a habit of studying his enemies like they are his prey? What kind of villain engages in the most dangerous game?

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Mar 13, 2003

    An enjoyable final issue that is somewhat undone by the simple fact that I've already read the original stories that this miniseries has drawn so heavily upon, so this is pretty much a simple character study, where Peter looks back nostalgically on better days. Now the book did a solid job capturing the feeling of this period in Spider-Man's history, and it also acts as a nice reminder of the key role Gwen Stacy played in Peter's world. There's also a great scene in the final pages of this issue as Mary Jane looks in on Peter as he's recording his message to Gwen, and we see MJ clearly recognizes that Gwen still plays a role in Peter's life. However, when all is said and done I have to say that I am a little disappointed that this miniseries was so dependent on previously existing stories, as no matter how well crafted the material is, there is a very real sense that Jeph Loeb is merely echoing the work of Stan Lee, rather than delivering his own material. Read Full Review

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