Spider-Man #14 Review

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis / Artist: Sara Pichelli / Marvel Comics

Ughhh… It was a bit of a struggle to find some type of silver lining with this cross over man. I mostly find myself frustrated with the amount of times Miles Morales is running around with his mask off on his own earth. I’m not seeing any reasoning behind that aside from if readers need to remember this is the Black Spider-Man.

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The majority of this issue is Gwen and Miles hopping between dimensions and seeing different universes, each with their own differences as well as dangers. We get …emotional? Moments between Gwen and Miles but it’s really not enough to cement these two as a couple and can come across as forced. Sara Pichelli’s art is the saving grace for this crossover. It was nice to get to see her interpretations of all these vast multiverses. Pichelli interprets an incredible Spider-Gwen and I found myself story wise being more drawn to the conversation the boys were having about Miles tale.

I’m just not with the shits for this cross over man. I’m sorry, I can’t. If this was a team up in smaller points minus the shipping we’re being thrown here I’d be rocking probably but this is really drawn out and I’m ready for the conclusion.

6.7 Hopscotches to Another Reality out of 10

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  1. Justin D on March 19, 2017

    I agree. This could have been resolved 3 issues ago.

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