Ultimate Spider-Man #50

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Mark Bagley Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: December 3, 2003 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 5
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CATS AND KINGS PART 4 Who is the Black Cat? And why could her debut spell seven years of bad luck for Spider-Man?

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    Comics Bulletin - Mike Storniolo Dec 8, 2003

    Why arent you reading this book? Its got everything that a great comic should have. Action, drama, this, that and all from a price tag of $2.25! Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 12, 2003

    I remember being quite fond of the Black Cat when she was a regular part of the Spider-Man books back in the mid-1980s, and as such I'm glad to see the character making a return to the Marvel Universe, though having her attached to a half-finished Kevin Smith miniseries isn't exactly the best way to get out of the starting gate. However, Brian Michael Bendis steps up to the plate once again, and while I didn't care much for the deconstruction that Bullseye underwent over in Daredevil, this issue does act to reignite my interest in a character that Kevin Smith left at the alter, as the Ultimate Black Cat is about as much fun as one could've hoped for, with her bad luck power resulting in some rather amusing moments. As for the Mary Jane situation I can't help but get the feeling that the Black Cat is going to make an impact on this relationship, as I really can't see Brian Michael Bendis passing by this opportunity to play with the green eyed monster, by playing up the idea that Mary Ja Read Full Review

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