“SOMETHING CAN STOP THE JUGGERNAUT, PART 2” The Juggernaut lies helpless before a mysterious Cosmic Avatar who is determined to kill him — and the only thing standing between them is Spider-Man. If Our Hero wants to prevent further mayhem, he has to try reasoning with an angry being who can squash him like a bug and he has to survive a high-speed chase from one end of Manhattan to the other. Roger Stern and Lee Weeks bring you the second sensational installment of the Spider-Man/Juggernaut Trilogy — a story the Cosmic Avatar insisted that we call “Vengeance is Mine!”

WRITER: Tom Peyer, Roger Stern & Mark Waid
PENCILS: Todd Nauck & Lee Weeks
INKS: Horacio Ottolini
COLORED BY: Joseph Clark
LETTERED BY: Keith Aiken
COVER BY: Lee Weeks

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.3%


akamuu04/20/10NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.6
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  1. Why is the cover blacked out if the last issue showed who kick juggernauts ass…anyway loving amazing right now

  2. i love this book, but it saddens me to say that i think its the end. 3 or 4 times a month is just too much for one book. I’ve been tossing the idea of dropping this title, for this reason alone, for a while now. After this weeks POTW podcast i’m taking the leap. Just so many exciting books out there i’d like to be reading, but don’t have the budget for. Bye for now,

  3. Get Juggy with it.

  4. @zenman – that shouldn’t be funny, but it is

  5. The first issue of this arc was really good. I’d read an ongoing Spider-Man book from the Stern/Weeks creative team!

  6. Cover’s gorgeous

  7. Part 1 was the first clunker they’ve delivered in months. Not convinced it’s worth sticking with the three issues! Of course, what wasn’t mentioned on the podcast this week, is that with a single weekly book built out of short 1-3 part stories, you can pick and choose through the STORIES.

  8. i don’t appreciate the 3.99 price tag this week.

  9. They do appear to be averaging one 3.99 issue a month, making it an even $10 a month habit.

  10. I’ve cut down on smoking and I like Spider-Man a lot more than cigarettes. He’s a lot cheaper too. I can handle $10 bucks a month for spidey goodness

  11. The first issue of this Juggernaut arc was the first Spider-Man story that I liked that didn’t have "Ultimate" on the title since…The Other, I think. Fun story, and a Spider-Man that actually felt competent and like the one I grew up with. I’ll have to give it another shot. 

  12.  I thought the back up was okay.  But why would Pete do an interview that he is already rushed for over the phone, instead of taking the bailout of a postponement?

    @Roi  Bewar. I replaced cigarettes with comics a couple of years ago. Now I spend more on comics than I ever did on cancer sticks. 🙂

  13. @AlanRob I thought the same exact thing, it seemed like a free pass since he was going to struggle to be there in the first place!

    I really liked this issue though, the main story is really well done and the backup was pretty good except for the kinda dumb phone interview part.

  14. This issue again took me back to the old Marvel Team-Up days. With all the heavy drama ridden arcs of late this has been a real fun departure.

  15. The dumb phone interview was all to get to the moment where Pete is battling Absorbing Man while on the phone and the guy sees him and Pete just has to sigh and close the phone. If they had just set it up differently (it was supposed to be a phone interview from the start, Pete is just sitting on bench minding his own business when craziness starts and foolishly decides to try and juggle both), it would have made a lot more sense and might have been funnier too.

    Loving the Weeks art. The Stern story is ok, but just feels like filler from panel 1. Captain Universe, really? Not a good Spidey Team-Up character.

  16. Best part about this book was when Iron Man showed up. So funny

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