Review by: Andrew Gaboury

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Story by Dan Slott
Art by Stefano Caselli
Colors by Frank Martin
Letters by Joe Caramagna
Cover by Stefano Caselli, Gabriele Dell'otto, Mike Perkins, & Frank D'Armata

Size: 0 pages
Price: 3.99

Since Spider-Island, Dan Slott has been hit or miss lately. This story, “Ends of the Earth” ends pretty limply after an underwhelming run. Spiderman and his new suit eventually defeats Doc Ock by relying on familiar tropes and silly set pieces. What is lost is the essence of Spiderman as he globe trots and faces a truly world ending event. Also, there is the appearance of a big “death” here but that scene is so silly and ambiguous that there’s no way it happened making the final emotional punch at the end fail to land even for a moment.
Overall, this issue wraps up the arc and that’s a good thing. I’ve liked Slott’s Spiderman overall so I’m glad we’re getting back to NYC, into the Lizard and more low level threats.

Story: 2 - Average
Art: 4 - Very Good


  1. Slott actually surprised with the end to this, and i’ve found this story-line pretty damn enjoyable.

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