Marvel cannot miss out on the opportunity they have with Annie May Parker! As we know from other issues, Annie wishes to make her father proud and be a hero like he is. Houser also throws a fun twist in at the end of this issue. It could've taken place in real time with Annie graduating high school or Xavier's institute in the 120th issue. Instead he plays fight scenes with more emotion. Of course, this is no surprise since Slott has been writing Amazing Spider-Man for years now. The Whole Battle felt A Bit Rushed And Disappointing.
They then use the scrolls to return to Earth 616 and use Annie's web-weaving powers to help the web warriors defeat the Inheritors and their leader Solos. I wouldn't dare get into argument or debate with him. Don't know how I feel about a new creative team all of a sudden. Annie joined the fight and used the special arrowhead on Regent. I actually feel bad for the mole people. I want to watch what the creators have in store.
If Jody Houser doesn't improve the book I will be dropping it and then that's it, I'm done with Marvel comics. I really do need to hear from the writer in order to put to rest some worries. Wonder where he is now in the present. It would've been much better if we knew or were hinted from the beginning that Annie was just narrating her origins from issue 1 up to this point but this looked like it came straight out of nowhere within the story. Overall the chief problem I had with this issue was its rushed pace and the art.
Seeing this, Lacey goes to the extreme and almost kills Reece. I owe it my audience! I love the cover for 12 and when it's released I'm going to get the original mini-series and the first year of the ongoing bound into a hardcover. Spider-Man violently kills Doctor Octopus before the rest of the Sinister Six arrived where they learned that Spider-Man made off with the only inhibitor bracelet. In his free time, he practices punching people and choking them out, training in various martial arts and gyms along the east coast, throughout his lifetime. So sad Stegman's not drawing this anymore. She shows concern, but ultimately she shows unwavering support for her partner. This is a woman, a mother, a spouse, and a hero.
I could nitpick the hell out of the comparison you just made, but I'll just say that my point wasn't this. Annie May and Mary Jane are much more cautious, but Peter has his previous history with Dr. Though not many of the pages stand out much, one of the last few pages does use an interesting choice of what you might consider to be lighting. We kick off the issue in pretty epic fashion as two thirds of our hero family, Mary Jane and Annie, swing their way through the city. I only really make the big ones when debating or giving thoughts on an issue.
I want to be that guy that you see in the movies that starts that slow clap all by himself and then everyone joins in. Houser does an excellent job of providing her point of view on the situation, making it realistic and understandable that she would have misgivings when she finally comes across a villain in need. I literally said this, she doesn't have to wear Peter's suits now, she finally has her own. Take my word for it … buy a copy and hand it over to an older fan who has gotten bitter and cynical about the industry of comics and watch their face light up as that warm familiarity wraps around their cold fanboy heart. I've no problem with the way Annie saved the day with Normie's help, it was well done. This causes the mole people the upper hand.
That of course includes jumping in and stopping two but crocks. In this issue, she really shines as an independent character. All the while writing for a readership that is now leaning to the older side and still pull off one hell of an entertaining read. This makes me think we will loose the spider family aspect in favor or a rehashing of Spider-Girl shrugs being a female writer that focus mostly on female protagonists doesn't mean that the spider family aspect will be lost it's not like female writers cannot write about families and males males writers can write about families and females I am going to save my judgment for the future issues after the time jump. With the missing, the suspect that is behind this.
Billy Connors loves his father but as we all know, Doc Connors is plagued with the problem of becoming the lizard. I'm not a fan of back and forth discussions that take pages so this is a big reason to why I do it as well. This time he broke his record and generated all of that from one word I used. What the hell is going on? I have so many things that I want to address in this review! All the facial expressions are on point. But, Overall, I Really Liked This Issue. Look, if Spinneret suit was truly very similar to something, people would've caught on it.
Readers will get a new inside to each of our lovely ladies with some happy, some sad and some downright crazy stories as told by the ladies themselves. This particular book takes most of the family interaction and puts it on the back burner, compared to previous issues, with Peter battling Regent and Annie May becoming more comfortable in her own abilities. Using the same type of armor as the Regent, Mary Jane helps Annie to disable the mechanism that held the captive heroes in order for Regent to draw in their powers. The entire Spider-Man line of books should stop dead in their tracks, redirect their efforts to become the sister book to this amazing title and allow all of us to enjoy great comics for decades to come. Whatever gets you going, I guess. It did make me nostalgic for the way things used to be. That'd be dope, I mean how awesome would that be, someone who's a great artist is also a great writer? We need more issues like this one.
The first villain the Spider-Family faced was the Mole Man. Peter looks like he's holding it in. And much like sequels, the stakes must be higher, the fights must be tougher, everything gotta evolve! Saying that she lost her father to Oscorp feels like a cop out. This Was A Nice Conclusion To Stegman And The Rest Of The Creators' Run On The Series. Back in the present, the Spider-Family again battle Mr. Oh wow lol relax mate, I don't bite! The dichotomy of this book is perfect.