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Deadly Neighborhood Spider-Man #3 (of 5)

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Generally unfavorable ratings

Based on 2 critic ratings.

The Demon Bear keeps roaring through Spider-Man’s life and southern California – and just when Spidey had finished building his base tan too!

With no other option, Spider-Man takes the fight to Demon Bear’s home turf, but in the process, will leave himself and the Spider-Verse forever altered!

Spidey finally lives up to the title of this series! But don’t say we didn’t warn ya!

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24 pages
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2 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 60

    In case it wasn’t clear that one of the members of the Black Eyed Peas is writing this book, two full pages are dedicated to characters singing one of their songs. It’s not that Deadly Neighborhood Spider-Man is bad, it’s just trying to spin a lot of plates, and only spinning some of them well. Artist Juan Ferreyra continues to be the real reason to give this one a look, imbuing the psychedelic plot line with a visual style that enhances some of the nonsensical writing. While most of this series doesn’t feel like a Spider-Man comic by virtue of the dialogue and plot, Ferreyra is able to remind you that the wall-crawler is still the star.

  • 55

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Deadly Neighborhood Spider-Man #3 is filled with intriguing art and imaginative ideas, but the over-reliance on heavy symbolism makes the plot often confusing, and the lack of character urgency against a world-ending threat is bizarre.

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