Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #12

    Ultimate Comics Spider-Man » Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #12 - Prowl This! released by Marvel on September 1, 2012.

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    Miles must choose between battling his uncle turned crime lord and joining him to keep his family safe! What path will Miles take?



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    Coming Into His Own 0

    Miles grew up a lot in this issue. I have been waiting for him to make a stand as Spider-Man, the way Peter once did against Osborn and Fisk way back in the day. It is still quite early in his career, but for a few issues now it was getting old watching Miles get pushed around a manipulated. Finally, after many issues of him falling in step with his Uncle Aaron, we finally see him break out."With great power, comes great responsibility. What would Peter Parker do?"This line, in my opinion, is th...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    AWESOME!!! 0

    Plot: Spidey VS Prowler Round Two!!!! Good: So let me say when I started reading UC:SM I found it a bit boring. Now #12 issues later heres my opinion: EPIC!!!! Wow, just wow. Every issue I like Miles more than I did the last. He's a completely new Spider-Man. David Marquez knocks this issue out of the park like his prior issues. The book is filled with some small bits of humor. We see Miles use some of his new powers(invisibility). The fight with Prowler is intense, and ends with...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    WWPPD? 0

    This issue felt like the culmination of the entire series up until this point. Ever since Uncle Aaron discovered Miles' secret identity, we've been waiting for the big pay off. While we've been treated to an interesting team-up and some tense character dynamics between uncle and nephew, hero and villian, this issue finally brought that to a close. If the comparisons between Norman Osborn and Uncle Aaron are anything to judge by however, we will be seeing the Prowler further down the road.Bendis ...

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