Spider-Man Noir: Eyes Without a Face #1
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Spider-Man Noir: Eyes Without a Face #1

Writer: David Hine Artist: Carmine Di Giandomenico Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: December 3, 2009 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 5
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7.4User Rating

Peter Parker has a lot to be hopeful about. The Spider-Man is the beloved town hero; President Franklin D. Roosevelt is in the White House; the spiraling economy is on its first steps toward recovery; and with Norman Osborn out of the picture, organized crime in New York has lost its major player. But all is not well in 1934 America...dark forces are at play in the world, and a power vacuum in New York crime is quickly- and violently- being filled! Now Spider-Man must contend with a vicious new breed of killers, criminals, and maniacal death-dealers, reimagined from some of the greatest and deadliest foes of Spider-Man!

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    Comic Book Resources - Timothy Callahan Dec 9, 2009

    "Eyes Without a Face" looks, overwhelmingly, like a bizarre European interpretation of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's creations. Or like Terry Gilliam heard about the characters, but never read a single comic book, and hired Sylvain Chomet to design them. It's one of those ancillary comics that makes you wonder why they don't release oversized, glossy Spider-Man hardcovers with art by DiGiandomenico. Last time they collected one of these series, they shrunk it down instead. His art deserves better. And if this second series is at least as good as the first -- and it seems to be -- then you might want to enjoy it while it lasts, instead of waiting for the Marvel micro-trade. Read Full Review

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