Ultimate Spider-Man #30

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Mark Bagley Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 3
8.0Critic Rating
8.8User Rating

Spider-Man has been shot! Can Peter get the medical help he requires without compromising his secret identity?

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 16, 2002

    An exciting issue that takes a fairly commonplace event in comic book action, and it deftly examines the complications that one should expect a hero to face after they've been shot. From the opening action sequence, where Spider-Man narrowly escapes the police, to the tension that's developed at the hospital as we see the doctors have brought in the police to investigate their mystery patient, this issue made for a highly engaging read. It's also good to see that Spider-Man not only can be hurt, but that he can't simply shrug it off after he's been shot. In fact one of the reasons that I've always been a fan of Spider-Man is that he is one of the first super-heroes who could be hurt in battle. He's certainly the first super-hero that I remember rushing into combat with his arm in a sling, or nursing a killer head cold, or suffering from the nausea & vertigo that's a result of a knock on the head that he received from an enraged villain. To put it simply the idea that Spider-Man can be, Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - JM de Joya Nov 12, 2002

    Overall, another good and solid book. Rarely has any book been this lucky, given the inherent talent of the creative team. Hopefully, Marvel will keep them around for a very long time to come. Read Full Review

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