omertalvendetta's Free Comic Book Day 2011 (Spider-Man) #1 - The Way of the Spider review
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The appeal of Spider-Man is that he remains as the teenage gateway character into comics. When I was younger children fell in love with Superman if they were exposed to comics young enough. Spider-man for teenagers and Batman for that bridge age between teens and adults. I still don't think that has changed much. Gateway characters are important, they expose people to comics and exposure to comics is good for business. The set back to gateway characters is that they tend to remain being wri...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Obviously, this was a Free Comic Book Day issue, and for what it is(basically an extended preview of Spidey's next big story), it was great. First of all, it's a Mandrill story, and that is AWESOME! I don't know if I've brought it up here before, but I LOVE Mandrill. He's such a ridiculous character, because his powers and appearance do not reconcile themselves to me at all, and yet he still manages to be entertaining. His part in this story, manipulating Spider-Woman to fight Spidey, is very en...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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