Spider-Man/Black Cat: The Evil the Man Do #6
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Spider-Man/Black Cat: The Evil the Man Do #6

Writer: Kevin Smith Artist: Terry Dodson Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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As events race to a stunning conclusion, Felicia reveals a long-held secret from her past that might be the only key to save a life teetering on the brink. This is a story you'll be discussing and debating for some time!

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    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jan 28, 2006

    Now, here's what I want whoever's reading this review to do. If you decide that my words have not swayed you and you intend to buy the trade paperback or worse the back issues of this abomination against writing, I want you to accept that you do not have to own every comic book or graphic novel being published. I want you, even if you are a Black Cat or Spider-Man fan, to resist the urge to buy this graphic novel that's ostensibly about the rape of the Black Cat but, apparently given the ending, isn't. I want you to take the money that you would have spent on Kevin Smith's offal, and I want you to contribute that money to a battered woman's shelter. Marvel should do the same. Whatever money they received from Kevin Smith's written feces they should give it away to battered women shelters across the United States. In fact they should as well give his paycheck to a battered women's shelter. That's the only worth I can see ever coming out Kevin Smith's Spider-Man/Black Cat. Togeth Read Full Review

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