Ultimate Spider-Man #39

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Mark Bagley Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 2, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 7
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The Venom situation is nearly over and done with. But Nick Fury arrives to put an end to it.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 14, 2003

    This issue is pretty much an epilogue to the Venom story, where Brian Michael Bendis pretty much tells the reader that Venom has wandered off to lick his wounds & plot his revenge, while Peter has to deal with the guilt he feels over the role he believes he played in Venom's creation. Now the simple fact that this is a Brian Michael Bendis written series makes this issue's talking heads scenes quite readable, but it also doesn't hurt that this book acts as a follow-up to Peter's earlier meeting with Nick Fury, and we see this time out Fury comes across as a great deal more understanding. Now looking back at the last encounter Peter had with Fury I have to say that his tone is far less adversarial, but then again the situation is far less intense than the aftermath of a heated conflict with the Green Goblin, so Fury can afford to rewrite his dialogue to present the encounter & himself in a more favorable light. In any event, the interaction between Peter & Fury continues to be one of th Read Full Review

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