It’s two issues in one month – and both star Spider-Man!

Which Captain America foe is kicking Paladin’s teeth in? Will the wall-crawler help a mercenary? And is Spider-Man for hire? Find out as the mysteries from the opening issues collide in the new story arc of the book that IGN.com calls “a wholly successful debut…with panels that pop off the page!”

Story by Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning
Art by Tim Seeley
Colors by Jay David Ramos
Letters by Joe Caramagna
Cover by David Yardin

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.7%
Avg Rating: 3.7
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  1. I’ve been liking this series, but it’s a heavy week.  I’ve also been looking later on down the line to see wha the next few issues look like.  The art is across the board.  I’m dropping this one for now.  I may be back for the Fear Itself tie in.

  2. In contrast to @misterckent in my heavy week I am truly looking forward to this series. I do detest the art half the time but the story is great. Hopefully having only one artist this week will help.

  3. This book is getting dropped at issue 9!!

  4. I’m wondering if they can keep it going for a full year.

  5. I am on this book for the forseeable future – Paladin is like a street-level Star-Lord. Last issue was awesome. DnA have long term plans for every project and this book will get even better. In a heavy week, this goes to the top of my read pile!

  6. Hmm, I like Tim Seeley but it is also a bit annoying that this book can’t seem to keep the same artist for two issues in a row anymore.  As long as the stories are good and the art quality doesn’t dip to the level of issue 5 again I’ll probably stick with it.  I’d really like this to be my one stop shop for “street level” Marvel heroes.

    I enjoyed the dynamic between Paladin and Spider-Man last issue.

  7. I’m pretty psyced to see Seeley doing the art on this. Ant man and wasp was a really good mini.

  8. The art is going to make or break this series. Brad Walker is great, but the sub art has been a bit painful. If this isn’t fixed, I will drop the book.

  9. I thought this book was quite fun this week, but not amazing. The Paladin stuff was alright but I wanted to see him do something not feel like comic relief.

  10. Wow! Who would have thoght I would care about Paladin? Thanks DnA!

    And I agree with @fenway. He could become my new Starlord.

  11. it’s a toss up between what was funnier in this issue between Spiderman’s Star Wars references and Paladin’s cab ride conversation. Misty was awesome as usual and the way they drew her from behind in some of those panels was something else!  

  12. @David  indeed, glad i wasn’t the only one who thought so

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