Category Archives: Superior Foes of Spider-Man

  • Review: Superior Foes of Spider-Man #17

    “This is the happiest day of my life!” ‘Goodbye, Farewell and Good Riddance’ WRITER Nick Spencer ART Steve Lieber & Rich Ellis COLOR Rachelle Rosenberg LETTERER VC’s Clayton Cowles EDITOR Lauren Sankovitch Here we are at the end of the ride. Questions are answered, dreams are made and broken,…

  • Review: Superior Foes of Spider-Man #16

    “Look Out! He’s Gonna Shoot!” ‘How To Get A Head In Bad-Guyvertising’ WRITER Nick Spencer ART Steve Lieber & Rich Ellis COLOR Rachelle Rosenberg LETTERER VC’s Clayton Cowles EDITOR Lauren Sankovitch We’re coming to the end of the line, and it’s an all out brawl for control of the…

  • Review: Superior Foes of Spider-Man #15

    “Oh My God, You Guys… We Won!” ‘Down Time/Something To Worry About’ WRITER Nick Spencer ART Steve Lieber & Rich Ellis COLOR Rachelle Rosenberg LETTERER VC’s Clayton Cowles EDITOR Lauren Sankovitch Events turn shocking for Shocker, while the Chameleon and the Owl have a friendly chat. Later, the Sinister…

  • Review: Superior Foes of Spider-Man #14

    “This is a No-Judgment Zone…” We finally learn the full story behind the hijackjed ninja schoolbus from several issues past as Overdrive explains what he and Beetle were up to while searching for Fred. Overdrive also gives everyone his life story – because fans demanded it! It is a…

  • Review: Superior Foes of Spider-Man #13

    “I have to go fight crime now…” Hammerhead makes his move on Shocker in an attempt to get Silvermane’s head back while Fred’s parole officer – former Beetle, Abner Jenkins – becomes aware of Fred’s recent activities. Elsewhere, Fred and the Sinister Several reach their safe house to plot…

  • Review: Superior Foes of Spider-Man #12

    “Gah! Smells like buttcheeks in here… !” Hyrdo-Man tries to peddle information to Hammerhead and the Maggia while Fred fast talks his way out trouble with his team. Owl launches a new offensive to get his hands on the Doom painting and the Sinister Sixteen make their first appearance!…

  • Review: Superior Foes of Spider-Man #10

    “I don’t know if he heard the shouting or smelled the space gas…” What did Beetle, Overdrive and Speed Demon do before catching up with the man who double-crossed them last issue? What any lower tier villains would do: rob a bar and tell bad stories about past near-glory!…

  • Review: Superior Foes of Spider-Man #9

    “Don’t make me watch you kill HER instead of ME…!” “Bullseye!” WRITER Nick Spencer PENCILS/INK Steve Lieber COLORIST Rachelle Rosenberg w/Redmond & Ellis LETTERER VC’s Clayton Cowles EDITOR Tom Brennan EDITOR IN CHIEF Axel Alonso Bullseye gets the upper hand on Fred and his girlfriend but just who is…

  • Update: Superior Foes Ending?

    “We’ve always been driving towards an ending…” As an update to stillanerd’s earlier post about the rumored end of Superior Foes of Spider-Man, both Nick Spencer and Steve Lieber have discussed the possibility via social media. Nick Spencer made the following tweets Friday night: SUPFOES fans- with any book,…

  • Is Superior Foes of Spider-Man Ending With Issue #15?

    That’s the latest rumor according to Rich Johnson of Bleeding Cool, anyway. As some folks may already know, Johnson has a knack for gathering potential scoops on comic book related news before any official announcements are made, the return of Peter Parker and the relaunching of Amazing Spider-Man being…

  • Review: Superior Foes of Spider-Man #8

    “You Made Me Miss Lasagna Night!” This month, things escalate quickly. I mean things really get outta hand fast. It jumps up a notch. “Trapped Like Rats” WRITER Nick Spencer PENCILS/INK Steve Lieber COLORIST Rachelle Rosenberg LETTERER VC’s Joe Caramagna EDITOR Tom Brennan SENIOR EDITOR Stephen Wacker Beetle, Speed…

  • Superior Foes of Spider-Man #7 review

    It’s New Year’s Eve and the Spidey Office has one more comic book for the fans before 2014 arrives (I’m guessing they heard about our very own Crawlie Awards and wanted to make sure this issue was eligible – don’t forget, you have 2 more days to vote!). And…

  • Superior Foes of Spider-Man #6 review

    It was only page 6 of this issue the first time I literally laughed out loud. As usual, if you’re not reading this you’re missing out. Storytellers: Nick Spencer & Steve Lieber Color Art: Rachelle Rosenberg Letterer: VC’s Joe Caramagna Cover Art: Steve Lieber & Rachelle Rosenberg Editor: Tom…

  • Superior Foes of Spider-Man #5 review

    Ok, so everybody’s been talking about the book about Doctor Octopus trying to be a good guy since Wednesday. Have we all got that out of our systems? Good. Let’s talk about the book where the bad guys try to be bad guys! Storytellers: Nick Spencer & Steve Lieber…

  • Superior Foes of Spider-Man #4 review

    “Look, I’ll give you it’s starting to get convoluted, but I am a complicated man.” – Boomerang   Writer: Nick Spencer Artist: Steve Lieber Color Art: Rachelle Rosenberg Letterer: VC’s Joe Caramagna Cover Artist: Paulo Siqueira & Marte Gracia Variant Cover: Declan Shalvey & Jordie Bellaire Editor: Tom Brennan…

  • Superior Foes of Spider-Man #3 review

    Well THAT escalated quickly… Writer: Nick Spencer Artist: Steve Lieber Color Art: Rachelle Rosenberg Letterer: VC’s Joe Caramagna Cover Artist: Michael Del Mundo Variant Cover: Bagley, Morales & Sotomayor Editor: Tom Brennan Senior Editor: Stephen Wacker     THE STORY: Boomerang, ever our plucky narrator, recounts the most oft-believed…

  • Superior Foes of Spider-Man #2 review

    I miss titles. It’s not a criticism, it’s just that I like a good issue title. Some comics still have them but it seems like a lot of them are forgoing that these days. Such is the case here. Writer: Nick Spencer Artist: Steve Lieber Color Art: Rachelle Rosenberg…

  • Superior Foes of Spider-Man #1 review

    I admit it – I wasn’t going to pick up this book. Being someone heavily involved in a Spider-Man website and podcast I’m as interested in anything involving Spidey as the next fan, but with money being tight and the Spidey line swelling to pretty massive proportions, I couldn’t…