Spider-Man's Tangled Web #21

Writer: Darwyn Cooke Artist: Darwyn Cooke Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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A standalone holiday story written by Darwyn Cooke (Catwoman: Selina's Big Score)!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 3, 2003

    If you enjoyed the Valentine's Day issue (#11) that Darwyn Cooke offered up, then chances are you'll find this one a lot of fun, as it's essentially a return visit to Darwyn Cooke's lighthearted take on Spider-Man's neighborhood. This time out though he brings in a handful of guest-heroes, and he throws in a super-villain as well, which results in a pretty amusing romp. Of course there are some continuity glitches, such as Flash Thompson being up & about, when he's currently in a coma, but this could've easily been resolved with a simple caption box. In any event the issue makes for a delightful read, and here's hoping more Darwyn Cooke Holiday one-shots are in the pipeline. As for the art, Darwyn Cooke's style is highly energetic, and it nicely captures the lighthearted tone of the material. From J. Jonah Jameson's gleeful reaction when he learns Spider-Man is robbing Macy's, to the highly chaotic situation that Spider-Man discovers when he arrives at the store, the art plays a large Read Full Review

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