“SOMETHING CAN STOP THE JUGGERNAUT, PART 3” Spider-Man and Juggernaut are trapped in an unearthly realm by a being of mind-bending power. But who is their tormentor? What’s his connection with Spider-Man? And why does he hate the Juggernaut? All is revealed in a final showdown that threatens to shake Manhattan to its very foundations — and brings the Spider-Man/Juggernaut Trilogy to a fateful conclusion! Whatever else you do this week, you dare not miss “With Greater Power…!” It’s Marvel History-in-the-Making by Stern & Weeks! Plus, a prelude to the Return of the Lizard by Zeb Wells and Chris Bachalo.

WRITER: Roger Stern
PENCILS: Lee Weeks
INKS: Brandon McKinney & Horacio Ottolini
COLORED BY: Joseph Clark & Barry Grossman
LETTERED BY: Keith Aiken
COVER BY: Lee Weeks

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akamuu04/27/10NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.5
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  1. This has been a really awesome old fashioned spider-man tale. loving it

  2. This many pulls and no one else wants to talk about the book.

  3. cool cover

  4. @RoiVampire  I’ll talk about the book…..umm….well yeah, I agree with what you said.

  5. @cubman  It just seemed weird to have so many people pulling the book and no one commenting on it, negative or positive

    freaked me out man

  6. Um so I am so pumped for the back-up announced in the letter column! Stan lee and Marcos Martin! Um hellz yeah!

  7. I thought the first two issues of this arc were better, but this was a pretty solid issue still. Looking forward to the upcoming story with the Lizard!

  8. @cubman  I thought the opposite….this in my opinion was the best of the 3 issues.

  9. @roadcrew1 Well you are obviously wrong…….no, just kidding.  It just wasn’t the ending I guess I was wanting/expecting but I still enjoyed it; glad you thought it was good!

  10. as the Cubs newest fan I have to agree with cubman!  this issue was not as great as the first two but still very good.  I really enjoyed the back up story!  Bring on the Lizard!

  11. I liked Weeks a lot (although this was the weakest of the 3, art-wise). Stern delivered a solid story, but it felt a bit out of date. I could have gone with that retro feel a bit, but Captain Universe is one of Marveldom’s lamest character. All in all this story just sort of lay there and felt like nothing more than a fill-in. Weakest story chain since the clone/raptor.

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