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Avg Rating: 3.3
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  1. Spider-Mystery huh.

  2. Cool.

  3. Last issue kinda sucked.

  4. Still sucks


  5. Mediocre writing, mediocre art. The final page was a promising preview of what’s to come, though.

  6. I was tempted to give this issue a 3 out of 5…. but the art drove it to a 2 for me.

  7. This has been one of the weaker arcs of BND, but it did have a few good moments. I am getting excited to see who the killer will be though.

  8. McKone is starting to look a little like Tony Harris in some panels…And I think it’s because the use of the poser software.

  9. How did spiderman get his glove back on after he took it off when it was burning. It was laying on the ground in one panel and the next page he’s flipping around with it on…

  10. After 2 issues I’m dropping it.  I can’t afford to pay for three books a month.  Perhaps Marvel should have this go back to being monthly so I don’t have to wade through filler to get to the good stuff.

  11. I didn’t think it was that bad.  It was just a two issue arc and it did it’s job of explaining the whole "How Harry Really Didn’t Die" thing better than I thought it would. Plus I liked Peter using his brain along with his superpowers.

  12. The story was fine on this issue, with the final panels showing the back and forth conversation between Harry and Peter being really quite funny.  What sucked, however, was the art.  Specifically the inking, I  think…   I can’t for the life of me figure out why there are black dots on everyone.  It looked horrible.  I don’t think that would be something the penciller would have done, so I have to assume it’s a problem with inking.  Ugly though.  Very ugly.   

    I laughed to see that McKone was a Warhammer 40K fan, however.  Bolt pistol FTW. 

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