Death of Spider-Man Chapter Three

Story by Mark Millar
Art by Leinil Francis Yu, Stephen Segovia, Gerry Alanguilan, Jason Paz & Jeff Huet
Colors by Sunny Gho
Letters by Cory Petit
Cover by Leinil Yu, Frank Martin, Frank Cho & Brandon Peterson

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.4%
Avg Rating: 3.9
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  1. I’ve been really digging this series – whole lotta fun.

  2. @OttoBott  Absolutely

  3. Last issue was a great one featuring Nick Fury doing the things that make him Nick Fury. One of the funnest characters in all of comics.

  4. i have no opinion either way on this one

  5. This has been fun, way better than the Blade story

  6. Really enjoying this! So glad to be away from that vampire story arc with steve dillion’s terrible art.

  7. WOW this was INCREDIBLE! I love how it worked perfectly with Ultimate Spiderman #157! Sooo awesome!

  8. Which should i read first or does it not matter?

  9. @sirdave101  Whichever one you like more you should read first.  They, essentially, have the same ending. And getting there is great in both cases.

  10. @thompsonlive  YES!!!!!

  11. After hating the first 2 issues, this issue was that sigh of relief.  I am fully on board and loved this issue.

  12. Yeah this was really great. That last page… sheeeeeeeeit… I sat there for a full minute at least going WTF??

  13. I’m sure it’s just because I’m reading this issue at random, not really following the bigger story, and just dropping in to follow the whole Death of Spider-Man shenanigans, but this issue read like a big, overstimulated, explosive mess to me. Not completely in a bad way! Tons of action in this issue. It smacked me upside the head, which ultimately (sorry) is great. But I had a hard time following all that was going on. Or maybe I was looking for more exposition and meaning and it just wasn’t there. I dunno. It was a fun roller-coaster ride, but not enough to sell me on staying on board.

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