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Subj: Re: Miles Morales - Ultimate Spider-Man #7: Again and again...
Posted: Thu Nov 13, 2014 at 01:57:01 pm EST (Viewed 13 times)
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Miles Morales - Ultimate Spider-Man 007

You will probably feel like you did after watching the spine chilling end scene of Fatal Attraction as you read the not-as-final-as-you-thought defeat of Green Goblin from last issue over again. You should appreciate seeing the visually exciting art and colours again, just like deja vu. You will probably feel like you did after watching the spine chilling end scene of Fatal Attraction as you read the not-as-final-as-you-thought defeat of Green Goblin from last issue over again. More of the same emotive fighting spirit of Miles and same excellent character development with the cool-cover cover-girl Maria Hill. You will probably feel like you did after watching the spine chilling end scene of Fatal Attraction as you read the not-as-final-as-you-thought defeat of Green Goblin from last issue over again. And then top it off with the essentialy the identical bittersweet and important fate of UU's Peter Parker bestowed upon him, just like deja vu.

In spite of the repetitive nature of elements in this conclusion, it was another strong conclusion. Even the webshooters get 'regifted'. ;\) During the Norman/Miles interactions, there were more cliche lines, than quotables, you've no doubt seen before from a crazy killer's last stand but you'll probably be hanging on every one as you did during the Close/Douglas ones.

The book has had some teaseworthy conclusions and -once again- we get a good one with Miles' confronting his father, now, with his secrets exposed and after the head games Norman just played. And speaking of heads, another nicer teaseworthy beginning was in Kate Bishop's bedroom with her last words... now where have we heard those before? Oh right, after: "cut off one head, two more shall take its place!"


I miss Dad and Dan.

I'm conflicted.

I thought Peter's death was perfect. Great story end.

But even though I thought this was a decent plot, I just think Peter being back in such a mysterious way, there's no way this is over.

If it is over, I'll like this story.

If it isn't, then I don't know, I think Bendis' Bendis-isms might've finally caught up to his Ultimate writing.

Miles was great, everything else was great.

Hail Hydra!


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