Amazing Spider-Girl #2
Every hero eventually teams up with a supervillain. Its fundamentally wrong most of the time. And Anya's decision regarding this offer by Fisk was such a quite satisfying moment.
Other than that the issue was not very engaging with the spider-killing Wasps droning on and Hobgoblin's evil alliance all read a bit... mired. The one tidbit gathered between the intro[?] of the Wasp Queen and the KEY PLAYERS in this week's ASM & HERC is that basically this S.I. thing is a Bug Wars of a sort.
Kingpin's 'family' motives were bull-ievably expressed by him. Harder to follow, still, not so much the fault of this ish, was the overall crossover timeframing - even though there are obvious, honest efforts to establish this with the superhero central scene at Bryant Park. The killcount here was made blasely unclear though.
Spider-Girl put a lot of 'blind' faith to put in the future seer of Madame Web, to set aside her principles for the creepy - but effective - last panel seal of the deal.
I miss Dan.
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