Ultimate Spider-Man #25

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Mark Bagley Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 4
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The epic showdown between the Green Goblin and Spider-Man begins! Nick Fury reveals a terrible truth about the nature of the wonder drug called Oz!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Brice Aug 20, 2002

    While the last eight pages of this issue make this issue a must read for Spider-Man fans, the opening thirteen pages devote their energies to showing the readers Norman Osborn's view of the confrontation that we got at the end of the last issue. Now sure it's a unique point of view, and Brian Michael Bendis does a pretty convincing job conveying the idea that Norman is serious messed up in the head when he's in his Green Goblin form. However, other than getting a closer look at how Norman is keeping his son from putting two & two together, these pages feels a bit superfluous. I mean, five pages to show us that Norman is operating in his own little world, and that everything Spider-Man said to him was lost in the big mass of voices inside Norman's head, struck me as excessive. It also doesn't help matters much that three more pages simply duplicate scenes from last issue, while another two are wasted on a rather low key transformation sequence. Read Full Review

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