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• In the wake of Superior Spider-Man, the world has learned to fear the Spiders

• When terrorists attack one of Houston’s most famous landmarks, Kaine’s ready to put that fear to use!

• Yost & Pham continue year two of the world’s most dangerous super hero!

Story by Chris Yost
Art by Khoi Pham, Terry Pallot, & Victor Olazaba
Colors by Antonio Fabela
Cover by Ryan Stegman, Edgar Delgado, Mike McKone, & Morry Hollowell

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.8%
Avg Rating: 4.4
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  1. What happened in Superior Spider-Man to make everyone fear Spider-men now?

  2. This book is like a version of Superior Spiderman that isn’t written by a moron

  3. Come on… Superior has had its moments. I mean I’ve been ready for it to end since it began, but at least once per issue I say to myself, “oh that’s cool!” slott is kind of hit or miss and I was kind of hoping we were done with Ramos, but superior has NOT been awful. This book IS much better though. Just my two cents.

    • I guess I have to chalk this up to the fact that I think Dan Slott is a moron. I really don’t like anything he’s written. I don’t necessarily care that much about the whole freaky Friday scenario in Superior as a plot point in and of itself but Slott sucks so much to me that it just feels sloppy and emotionally manipulative. That’s my bias though and I realize that a lot of people don’t share that with me.

    • I like both books!

    • @Casey yeah that’s perfectly valid. Again I just really dislike Slott’s writing. That’s my personal thing

  4. This issue made me laugh and smile, good work. The artwork has also improved, which is a bonus.

  5. This book is everything I want from a spider-man book. The issue told a stand alone story that was well done and fun, while there are at least 2 fun subplots brewing in the back ground.

    Was it me or does Julia’s note warn about Shartha? More stuff from the JMS era I thought we’d never see again.

  6. Fun! Fun! Fun!

    And it tugged at my heartstrings, too.

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