Spider-Man Unlimited #3

Writer: Tom McLaughin, Brandon Thomas Artist: Scott Kolins, Ale Garza, Sean Parsons Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 11, 2004

    As for the second story this issue takes a closer look at the often neglected spider-sense, as it does seem like the creative teams seem to forget about this ability when they need Spider-Man to be blind-sided by a surprise attack, so it was nice to see this issue managed to make the ability the central focus of the story. I'm also a sucker for high flying Vulture action, and this story manages to deliver a pretty entertaining, if somewhat predictable encounter. I do have to call foul at the scene where we see the Vulture pull out a gun and start blasting away though, as it made the character out to be a common thug, rather than a super-villain. The art by Ale Garza does a solid job of convey the sense of speed during the sequence where Spider-Man is taken on a wild ride by the fleeing Vulture. Read Full Review

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