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As the “partnership” between Spider-Man and Mayor J. Jonah Jameson gets worse by the day, learn a few of Mac Gargan's Spider-Man life lessons: if you bite someone's arm off, they will come back with a robot arm and try to kill you, as the Redeemer makes his move. Brian Reed and Chris Bachalo help you learn from Mac's mistakes.


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it's fun 0

this series is my guilty pleasure. its got venom, its funny, its a little wrong, and its got great art. its more humorous than i was expecting, but thats ok because it works well in the story.  i LOVE the art. i have a feeling not everyone who reads this will love the art but i think its awesome. its different from what you see in most marvel books and its just good. its a mix of toony, indy, and artsy style and i think it works great. there is some panels, though, that are a little hard to foll...

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Sinister... indeed Pt. 3 0

   Another side splitting issue. This one packing a nice fight scene between the Redeemers crew, and Venom, as he tries to foil there plan, and what is they're plan, to rehabilitate him!     Following the last issue, the streets are on fire with turf wars between two rival gangs, and to put out the fire, Mayor Jameson recruits an Avenger, non other than Spider-man. After Dexter Bennett rants on Venom for being nothing more than Jameson's lap dog, Venom leaves Bennett a present on his desk, a reg...

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