Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane #5
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Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane #5

Writer: Terry Moore Artist: Craig Rousseau Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: December 10, 2008 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
7.9Critic Rating
5.0User Rating

Mary Jane's dealing with drama galore, Liz is slowly being taken over by EVIL cheerleader influences, and Pete Parker keeps ducking out every time he sees a villain on TV.

  • 8.3
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Dec 10, 2008

    Craig Rousseau continues to impress, as long as you don't mind the fact that his figures tend to resemble bobble-heads. They may have large noggins, but Rousseau is able to extract quite a bit of emotion from their faces. Overall, I prefer Rousseau's style to the more manga-influenced look the series used to sport. Moore and Rousseau make quite a pair, and it's a crying shame this is the last we'll see of their collaboration for the foreseeable future. That's right, Marvel has seen fit to cut this enjoyable little book short just as it was hitting their prime. I sincerely hope they see the error of their ways at some point down the road. The industry needs more books, and more heroines, like Mary Jane. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Comic Book Bin - Zak Edwards Dec 11, 2008

    Craig Rousseaus art still fits the series and Moores writing perfectly, animated and expressive without too much over the top actions. The colouring in this series has been equally well done, with the palette being bright and bold. The shading can really drive home mood a little too much sometimes. For example, Mary-Jane is sitting in a park feeling sorry for herself and she is surrounded by a shadow focusing solely on her, which is fairly difficult to swallow. But that is a fairly specific complaint which does not interfere with the quality of the art very much. Overall, the story and the art line up perfectly, not much more one can ask for. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Ultimate Goblin Nov 15, 2021

    wtf... You know, it wasn't bad. I just... That's the conclusion? That's the final point of all these 30+ issues? This? No, I don't like it. Feels like super unfinished story. Well, I wish somebody recommended me to skip this before I read it. So, if you need this "somebody", then it would be me: "Skip this".

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