Spider-Man Noir #5

Writer: Margaret Stohl Artist: Juan Ferreyra Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: October 28, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 4
8.3Critic Rating
5.6User Rating

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ONCE NOIR INTO THE BREACH!
•  Peter Parker has been killed, resurrected and battled his way across the multiverse - but this globetrotting treasure hunt may be what finally does him in!
•  Featuring familiar friendly faces and foes alike, this face-melting fifth issue is one you won't want to miss!
Rated T+

  • 9.6
    Comic Crusaders - M.R. Jafri Oct 29, 2020

    The art by Juan Ferreyra is astounding. He presents big screen action and the color work he does throughout this book is the perfect combination of dark Noir mixed in with flashes of light. Stohl gives him so much to do in this issue and he absolutely thrives as the issue swings between undead monstrous villains and the smaller character moments. This is a book that is uniquely well done and hopefully it's creators gain even more of a following from it. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    But Why Tho? - Aaron Phillips Oct 28, 2020

    This series really deserves to be talked about far more highly, a true hidden gem amongst the giant Marvel titles that are currently flooding shelves. The creative team were able to connect as a singular voice and pen a story that while reminiscent of movies like The Mummy, or Indiana Jones, still warrants utter enjoyment at the at the final product. I want more from this team, and Id love to see them come back for more Spider-Man Noir. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    AIPT - David Brooke Oct 26, 2020

    Spider-Man Noir #5 ends on an action-packed high note. Spider-Man must fight for his life in more ways than one, tying things to his identity, his origins, and his greatest villains. This is a series that has had steep ups and downs, but as far as finales go, it's an entertaining end. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Multiversity Comics - Matthew Blair Nov 2, 2020

    It's a solid Spider-Man pulp story that has some slight identity issues, but is still a lot of fun. The comparisons to Indiana Jones are not made in jest. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    ComicBook.com - Evan Valentine Oct 28, 2020

    Ultimately, it's a story that would have benefitted from being a tad smaller, but justifies its own existence without a doubt. Read Full Review

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