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Subj: Re: Spider-Man Revisited 32: Terry Kavanagh
Posted: Fri May 22, 2009 at 08:00:00 am EDT (Viewed 96 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Spider-Man Revisited 32: Terry Kavanagh
Posted: Thu May 21, 2009 at 07:02:32 pm EDT (Viewed 5 times)


      Original opinion: The occasional neat moment but overall pretty mediocre. Not big on actually ending stories.

    I have a pretty strong negative opinion of this entire run. I did like your summary of S-M 25 a lot. In fact, that exceeded my enjoyment of actually reading all those issues you just reviewed.

    I will say that I thought that S-M 25 had one hell of a bad-ass cover by Mark Bagley. I was so disappointed after I bought it when I realized he didn't do the interriors.

Most of the interiors on Kavanagh's run were by Alex Saviuk, and I think that may be a contributing factor to my low opinion of Saviuk's art. Kavanagh's writing was exceptionally stiff, and combined with the blocky, plodding art, created this hazy, dreary world that made Web of Spider-Man a real chore.


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