Category Archives: Web of Spider-Man

  • FLASHBACK REVIEW: Web of Spider-Man #7

    Only 7 issues into the run of this volume of Web of Spider-Man we already come to the end of an era. This issue was the last to feature a Gauntlet Origins story and a Spectacular Spider-Girl story, as all of the first 7 issues did. Going forward this…

  • FLASHBACK REVIEW: Web of Spider-Man #6

    Hey Kevin, you skipped #5! Why yes I did. For whatever reason, when this title was originally being reviewed, issues 1, 5, and 2 were covered (in that order). I’m just filling in the gaps here and will not be re-reviewing any previously covered material. If you’ve been following…

  • FLASHBACK REVIEW: Web of Spider-Man #4

    This issue is cover-dated March 2010. Mysterio is the focus of the origin story here, preparing for his Gauntlet story in Amazing Spider-Man #618-620 by Dan Slott and Marcos Martin. Mysterio first appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #13 by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko (cover pictured to the right). Production:…

  • FLASHBACK REVIEW: Web of Spider-Man #3

    Let’s do something new with something old, shall we? When I recently went through the Crawl Space archives to retag things (mainly reviews) to make them easier to search in the categories bar on the right side of the page, I noticed several holes in some titles, mainly mini-series…

  • Web of Spider-Man #129.1 & 129.2 Review (Spoilers)

    Round one, Uncle Rog is blessed, Round two, not Defalco’s best, Round three, put the new guy to the test. Web of Spider-Man: Someone is killing the Brooklyn Avengers Writer: Stuart Moore Penciler: Damion Scott Inker: Rob Campanella Colorist: Andres Mossa Letterer: Clayton Cowles Editors: Tom Brennan, Stephen Wacker…

  • Web of Spider-Man #2 Review

                        Gauntlet Origins: Electro Writing: Fred Van Lente Art: Barry Kitson Colorist: Jeromy Cox Letterer: VC’s Joe Carmanga THEN (a short time after a certain lineman gets electrocuted by a lightning strike). On rain covered night on the Goeth Bridge…

  • Web of Spider-Man #5 Review

                    Vultures! Hybrid Clone Bratty Sister! An untold Reilly story! Gauntlet Origins: Vulture Writer: Fred Van Lente Artist: Francis Portela Colorist: Christopher Sotomayor Letterer: Rus Wooton On Vernon C. Rain Prison Barge, Adrian Toomes, aka The Vulture, is manhandled from his cafeteria…

  • Web of Spider-Man #1 Review

    I’ll admit, I’m not the most knowledgeable about the stories told in this issue. I have never read the Clone Saga, but there’s a Kaine story in here. I’ve read (in total) three issues of Spider-Girl and we have Spectacular Spider-Girl in here. HOWEVER, I have read the issue…