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The fan-favorite, critically acclaimed team of Nick Spencer (IRON MAN 2.0) and Emma Rios (OSBORN) answers the overwhelming demands of readers, and puts the beloved heroes Cloak & Dagger back in action…in SPIDER-ISLAND! Everyday citizens fall prey to a mysterious infestation, and Manhattan is quarantined! Cloak & Dagger are at the front line, in the streets. Thousands of people are gifted with great power…and it’s a disaster!

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Together in Imperfect Harmony 0

Cloak and Dagger are more accessory than actual team at this point in comic continuity.  Certainly, their current place in the Marvel Universe is a far cry from the paling around with Spider-Man that I remember so vividly from my childhood.  Hell, Cloak and Dagger are the team that I remember most vividly from my youth, but have read nearly next to nothing from in the prevailing years that I've come back to reading comic books.   Out of the void (the Darkness Dimension one might say) comes a Clo...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

So Glad I Didn't Have to Read Spider-Island for This 0

Wasting no time, Nick Spencer and Emma Rios dive right into the characters of Cloak and Dagger and kick off what could very well become one of the best stories in the duo's history. Admittedly, there's not a huge amount of competition with these two rarely spotlighted characters. but that doesn't take away from the fact that this is a very strong started to their limited series.  Characterization is where it's at with this story. Spencer has a very firm grasp on who Cloak and Dagger are, or at l...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Cloak and Dagger returns for Spider-Island 0

Synopsis: Cloak and Dagger get dragged into Spider-Island. What's Good? There were only a couple of tie-in issues I was going to try to pick up during Spider-Island, and I didn't expect to pick up this one. I didn't know too much about Cloak and Dagger, but after reading a bit more about the duo online, I can understand why they're considered underrated. Nick Spencer is the writer, and he really does a great job in writing these two characters. The opening pages really helped give these two some...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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