Spider-Man's Tangled Web #15

Writer: Paul Pope Artist: Paul Pope Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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Thirteen-year-old Heather has a severe crush on a certain web-spinning super hero that's got her father climbing the walls -- literally! Seems Heather's old man has a few exoskeletons in his closet that he'd just as soon put to use squashing his archrival -- and what time is better than the present?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 8, 2002

    Okay, I'm a fan of this book's current format that has a new creative team arriving on the title for every arc, and I also enjoy the idea that most of the stories thus far have been standalone issues, that deliver a complete story in a single issue. The problem this month is that the story isn't done when Paul Pope rolls the final credits. He creates a fairly interesting character in the young girl, and he sets up a pretty interesting crisis for her to be faced with, but after arriving at this stage of the game the story simply ends. Now I realize the ending is fairly easy to predicate, as Spider-Man eats armored goons like this for breakfast, but I want to see this girl's reaction to the idea that her father is being sent to jail by Spider-Man. The book is an interesting read while it's lasts, but the only really surprise that it delivers is the abrupt ending that it's saddled with. It's an engaging character, who's faced with an interesting problem, but the non-ending killed my enthu Read Full Review

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