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Spider-Man #9 – REVIEW

I’ve made no secret that Civil War II held zero interest for me as a reader, but when the outcome has now been revealed in the two (!) new Iron Man series

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Spider-Gwen #12 – REVIEW

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to speak with Gwen’s co-creator and series writer Jason Latour about all things Spider-Gwen (if you haven’t heard it, you can download it here). He’d mentioned

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Spider-Man #8 – REVIEW

There’s that fantastic line in Spider-Man #2 when Miles says, “I don’t want to be the black Spider-Man. I just want to be Spider-Man.” I loved that scene, and as I’d mentioned in

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Spider-Gwen #11 – REVIEW

“I’m ridiculous. This has always been ridiculous. But at least it was something. Wasn’t it?” I loved this line, because it sums up how I feel about the character and

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Spider-Man #7 – REVIEW

Cards on the table: I’m not interested in Civil War II and was dreading the plot gymnastics orchestrated to drag Miles into Marvel’s latest event. That’s why I was pleasantly surprised to

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Spider-Gwen #10 – REVIEW

At one point in Spider-Gwen #10 (the Radioactive part is naturally dropped from the full title for now), Gwen asks, “What the #$% is even happening right now?” I personally love when comic books

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Spider-Man #6 – REVIEW

As a Miles fan, I have good reason to be wary of line-wide crossover events.  I’d found it frustrating to see the momentum of interesting (and often emotionally intense) plot

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Spider-Gwen Annual #1 – REVIEW

Annuals can be a mixed bag. They’re generally oversized releases, often with a guest artist and/or writer, and are usually separate story-wise (or even in tone) from whatever narrative is

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Spider-Man #5 – REVIEW

I’ve loved and championed this series since the beginning, but it’s also frustrated me from time to time. Spider-Man #5 managed to deliver on both fronts. On the plus side, I thought

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