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Spider-Man #15 – REVIEW

Spider-Man #15 has proven to be a study in contrasts for me. On the one hand, it takes one of the elements that really tends to work for these kinds

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Spider-Man #14 – REVIEW

It’s not always easy to judge the proper length of a story in comics, just as it can be difficult to figure out pacing within that story. I’ve very much

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Spider-Man #13 – REVIEW

I realize it’s easy for readers to make the assumption that Miles is getting consistently overshadowed by other characters in the various narrative arcs since his introduction into the “proper”

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Spider-Man #12 – REVIEW

No one validates the phrase “You can’t judge a book by its cover” like Marvel does. Given the passionate image that graces the front of this issue of Spider-Man, you could

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Spider-Man #11 – REVIEW

Spider-Man stories, by and large, tend to be at their best when they’re focused on characters first, and there is never any shortage of opportunities to find a particular character,

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Spider-Man #10 – REVIEW

While the unabashed nonsense that is Marvel’s fetish for plodding, overarching, “universe- changing” events continues with Civil War II, many a title gets sucked in to service that narrative. These kinds

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Silk #13 – REVIEW

I’ve been an unapologetic proponent of Cindy Moon and her once-rebooted solo title ever since she was taken from Dan Slott and given over to Robbie Thompson. He gave her

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Silk #12 – REVIEW

After setting a strong stage for a new direction and tone in the previous issue of Silk, the narrative takes a turn for the strange, as Cindy and her friends

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