Ultimate Spider-Man #56

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Mark Bagley Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 7, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 6
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HOLLYWOOD PART 3 The Spider-Man movie production is in full-swing as filming a big Spidey/Doc Ock action sequence has begun. That is, until the REAL wall-crawler & Doctor Octopus crash the set and rumble behind the camera!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 14, 2004

    The final page of this issue was a bit odd as it takes the story down an unexpected path that I'm not entirely sure I'm all that excited with, as it feels more like an excuse to stretch out the story rather than a natural extension of the story. Still, I'll wait to see where the next chapter takes us before I pass final judgment on the idea, and if nothing else if round two is as entertaining as the bout that this issue offers up than I'll welcome the change of local. Plus, there's also the idea that wherever Spider-Man is being taken one has to imagine that he's going to have some difficulty getting back, and explaining how he got there to the people who aren't in on his secret. As I mentioned above this issue does feature a highly entertaining clash between these enemies, as Brian Michael Bendis offers up a bout that understands the idea that making the villain into a constant danger to the hero is the best way to project a sense of excitement. The issue also offers up a solid wrinkl Read Full Review

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