Spider-Man Unlimited #4

Writer: Robert Kirkman, Allan Jacobsen Artist: Scott Hanna, Cory Walker, and C.P. Smith Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 28, 2004

    The art on the opening story isn't half bad as there's a nice sense of energy as our villains take on Spider-Man, and the one-page spread where our friendly neighbourhood crime-fighter enters the bank is well presented. There's also a cute visual gag where Spider-Man takes note of the clichs that he encounters in the bank that benefits from a cute series of panels. As for the second story, there's a nice level of detail on the scene where the doctor is moving about the desert landscape, and the visual design of the villain that Spider-Man fights is pretty solid, though I have to say the lack of a black outline around Spider-Man's eyepieces was somewhat distracting. Read Full Review

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