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"Great Heights, Part Two: Partners in Crime"

*Giuseppe Camuncoli joins the regular Spidey artist rotation in this high flying free falling ride through Dan Slott’s post Spider-Island world. The Vulture is back and making kids do his high flying dirty work for him. With Spidey back on the cops’ bad side will he be able to stop this flying Fagan from twisting young runaways before another boy falls from the sky?

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Peter Parker Sense 0

It’s good to see Carlie and Spider-man working together. This issue takes off where the last one left, and Carlier Cooper is working together with Peter or rather Spider-Man to solve the case of high rise burglaries and suicide jumpers. The issue then culminates in a fight between Spider-man, the Vulture-kids, and Adrian Toomes who manages to get away. In the last few panels Carlie decides to speak with a certain someone that might that could determine what her future will be not only in Spider-...

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Wow, that's Adrian Toomes?! 0

Synopsis: Spidey confronts the new and improved Vulture.What's Good?I don't give Adrian Toomes that much credit. I mean, he's an old guy! It's amazing that he's still alive. But I think he realizes that he's old and frail, but he makes up for it with his intellect and manipulation. That's why this new and improved Vulture is way better than Jimmy Natale. And there's something badass about the way he looks currently.Meanwhile, the Spidey/Carlie hits a new low...or high depending on how you look a...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Oh, The Stories I Can Tell You 0

I can't say how much it thrills me to say this: I found literally nothing wrong with this issue. It had everything that I love about comics and everything that made me want to read comics in the first place years and years ago. Spider-Man is maybe my favorite character, and after the slight let-down of Spider-Island (though I did like its resolution and the things it changed for all of its crazy confusing plotting) it's great to get back on track. Let's get into the specifics:Great Power: Let's ...

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