Category Archives: Spider-Man Noir

  • Spider-Verse: Secret Wars Miniseries (#1-5) Review (Spoilers)

    I’m currently working on an article that examines the success of All New Marvel’s Spider-Female push. Considering it all started with Spider-Woman #1, a Spider-Verse tie in, I figured I’d throw together a quick review of the recent Secret Wars Miniseries, inspired by Dan Slott’s 2014 event. Does going…

  • Edge of Spider-Verse #1 Review

    “My sixth sense tells me when there’s danger, but I’ve been feeling it constantly for weeks now. A low-level, throbbing pulse.” 1939 New York. Spider-Man Noir faces the maleficent threat of aspiring gang lord, The Magnificent Mysterio. If he can escape his death trap in front of a live…

  • Spider-Man: Noir #4 Review

    Will Spider-Man save Felicia Hardy and J. Jonah Jameson from the clutches of the Goblin? Will Aunt May survive the menacing Vulture? Has this series actually been worth reading? For answers, see below. SPIDER-MAN: NOIR #4 WRITERS: David Hine with Fabrice Sapolsky ARTIST: Carmine Di Giandomenico LETTERS: Artmonkeys Studios…

  • Spider-Man Noir #3 Review

    In a land, noir, noir away, young Peter Parker has just gained his spider powers. However, in a land corrupted by the mob, run by the Goblin, what is a young hero to do? KICK SOME 1930s BUTT! SPIDER-MAN NOIR #3 WRITERS: David Hine and Fabrice Sapolsky ARTIST: Carmine…

  • Spider-Man Noir #2 Review

    Catch-up time! Sorry about the delay once again. Let’s do this! By the posted the variant cover this time, just because it looks so damn cool! SPIDER-MAN: NOIR #2 WRITERS: David Hine and Fabrice Sapolsky ARTIST: Carmine Di Giandomenico PLOT: Ben Urich, investigative reporter, and his sidekick, Peter Parker…

  • Spider-Man Noir #1 Review

    We see a different Spider-Man in this book, a darker one set in the noir times of the 1930s. Where crime rules the world, the economy is in ruins (so we can relate to it) and alcohol is prohibited! Dark, dark world… Let hope Spidey doesn’t turn emo like…