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SPIDER-MEN #4

• Can the Spider-Men stop Mysterio?

• Peter Parker comes face-to-face with the family he never had!

• ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL MOMENTS IN THE LIVES OF BOTH SPIDER-MEN!!!

Story by Brian Michael Bendis
Art by Sara Pichelli
Cover by Jim Cheung, Mike Deodato, & Sara Pichelli

Price: $3.99
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  1. This book is such a great mini. Love Sara’s art and the story is still just as entertaining the main Ultimate book. It could have easily been part of the main story, but I’m thinking there are some lasting effects for Miles that spin out of this.

  2. I really liked the first two issues…what, wait..it’s been out for three already…hmm maybe is dragging a lil. But seriously, the art is great and the interaction between Peter and the Ultimate characters has been great.

  3. Cannot WAIT to see the scene alluded to by the end of he last issue.

  4. This book isn’t anything spectacular, but what it is doing is really fun. Sara Pichelli is really bringing her A-game to this title.

  5. PymSlap PymSlap (@alaska_nebraska) says:

    What if … The X-Babies Rescued Peter Parker from the Ultimate Universe? Pretty please, Pichelli?

    • This should be the conclusion of every single comic book event, from every publisher.

      The X-Babies appear in the final issue and save the day.

  6. Is this a whatif or does it have impact over the main universes books?

  7. The cover seems a bit misleading.

  8. Yes, the cover is a little out of place.

    Nonetheless, I loved this issue. Scenes like this are what everyone dreams about when they hear about alternate reality crossovers. I’m reminded of the Uncanny X-Force issues when Logan goes to Age of Apocalypse and meets alive versions of Jean, Nightcrawler, and his daughter. So much emotion to be had, and this issue definitely provided it.

    I really liked Bendis’ dialogue in this issue, particularly between the young Gwen and Peter when they all find out about their alternate versions.

    The star of the book though, is Sara Pichelli. That Aunt May frame with the tear down her eye — amazing, amazing moment.

    I do agree thought, that at 80% into the series, it feels like we haven’t seen enough of these moments. Perhaps this is just the start of a continuing series of Ultimate/616 crossovers and Marvel doesn’t want to blow their load in 5 isssues?

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