Spider-Man's Tangled Web #20

Writer: Zeb Wells Artist: Dean Haspiel Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Go "Behind the Mustache" when writer Zeb Wells and Eisner-nominee Dean Haspiel spotlight J. Jonah Jameson!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 4, 2002

    A highly entertaining look at one of my all-time favorite supporting cast members, as J. Jonah Jameson steps under the magnifying glass, and the question of why he hates Spider-Man is examined. Now I found the answer we receive wasn't as convincing as one I had already fashioned for myself prior to this issue, but the issue still holds up as a delightfully entertaining character study. The issue also deserves credit for being so true to the established personality that has been created for Jonah, as the only real peek at Jonah's more vulnerable side is during a highly emotional moment where he discusses the death of his first wife. The rest of the issue is classic J. Jonah Jameson, as he blusters his way through the book and manages to drive his psychiatrist to the point of distraction. Easily one of my favorite standalone issues of the year, and if you're a fan of J. Jonah Jameson then you're doing yourself a disservice by not reading this issue. Read Full Review

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