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Spider-Man: Quality of Life #3

Writer: Greg Rucka Artist: Scott Sava Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 24, 2002

    After reading this issue I did find myself wondering why Greg Rucka didn't develop a more substantial plot for this miniseries, as while Curt Conner's problem is engaging enough, the simple fact of the matter is that the Lizard isn't really doing all that much when Curt releases him beyond getting himself involved in rather pointless fights with others. Now the character Yith is a pretty interesting character, and the opening scene with Spider-Man offers up a fairly good look at her lack of compassion & love of money. However the main idea driving this story is a pretty simplistic one, and while I'm curious where Greg Rucka is going to go with this idea, the past two issues have advanced the plot in a rather marginal manner. I mean the villain's guilt is so clearly laid out that the e-mail Spider-Man attempts to make off with that I was left wondering why the CEO of Monnano Chemicals isn't sporting two horns, cloven hooves & a tail. Read Full Review

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