Spider-Man: Breakout #1
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Spider-Man: Breakout #1

Writer: Tony Bedard Artist: Manuel Garcia Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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The New Avengers riot hits here! The jailbreak of the century causes more havoc in the Marvel U as a flood of the most dangerous villains on the planet pour into the streets of New York City! And caught between two warring cliques of escaped convicts is everyone's favorite web-slinger!

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 3, 2005

    Manuel Garcia turns in a pretty solid effort, as there's a nice level of detail on the page. Plus, for the most part the story is delivered in an easy to follow, and more importantly visually exciting manner. Now he's helped somewhat by the fact that the stars of this story are so visually distinctive, as it's quite easy to make the U-Foes look visually interesting, given they're defined by their powers, and the same holds true for most of the members of the other group of villains. The issue also gives readers a second look at the big prison riot, and while David Finch made the prison a decidedly more ominous looking environment, I will give Manuel Garcia full marks for matching his look at the event with the one that's already established. There's also a couple nice little visual touches like the scene where MJ puts a cast on Peter's injured arm as it would have been quite easy to forget about this injury. I also enjoyed the way the art managed to build toward that explosive att Read Full Review

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