Family Feud, Pt. 2 last edited by brook78 on 08/22/18 08:51AM View full history

The deadliest foe of Spider-Man is back! Web-Head teams up with Iron Man against a bloodthirsty force of evil and an army of super-powered menaces! The alien symbiote so twisted and murderous that it made Venom look like a choir boy has been brought back from space…but how? And without the psychopathic serial killer Cletus Kasady as its host, will Carnage be less dangerous…or more unhinged?! Don’t miss the villainous threat that will test these two Avengers teammates to the limit of their strength – if it doesn’t kill them! By Zeb Wells (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) and Clayton Crain (X-FORCE)!



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I've Lost Some Excitement Over This 0

The return of Carnage continues as we see how he/it got back to Earth as well as more bloody action.  The Good Clayton Crain's art is really growing on me with this series. The tone should be dark and mysterious and that's what we get here. The first issue had obvious questions as we're slowly building up to finding out what the future will hold for Carnage. In this issue we find out how Carnage made his way back to Earth after Sentry took him out in space and tore him in half.  Deep down I stil...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

It's All in the Pacing 0

The Good: Crain's art continues to suit the mood of this story perfectly, and the shadows are toned down a tad, making things a lot clearer. The dialogue is fantastic. Wells has a beautiful grasp of Spider-Man and it shows in spades. Now we come to the big thing that impressed me, was the pacing. It can be tough to write a superhero comic like a horror movie, but damn if that isn't what happened here, and it worked. There's a lot of back and forth between the 2 different sets of characters, and ...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Maximum Nostalgia 0

As someone who works in media, there is always one adage to live by when it comes to putting out a product. “Sex, humor, and violence sells.” Now, although this may be true, there is also another primal focus that can draw us into a product, even if devoid of those other aspects, especially from what I’ve seen of my generation. Nostalgia. So even though I haven’t been staying up to speed on the more modern adventures of Spider-Man outside of his time in the New Avengers, (I’ve mostly boycotted S...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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