Spending some time in L.A., Spider-Man has discovered a mysterious and powerful relic that has awakened something that threatens to consume him!
With his subconscious at a crossroads, will Spidey have what it takes to resist or will he be lost to a waking nightmare forever?
The Comicbook DispatchDEADLY NEIGHBORHOOD SPIDER-MAN #4 pushes the series further into horror than it’s been and somehow it still feels like a Spider-Man comic. That is largely due to Taboo & B. Earl fully capturing Peter Parker’s voice even while placing him into progressively more disturbing situations. With this issue the series remains the freshest, most creative Spider-Man book on the shelves.
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ComicBook.comAs has been the case for the entirety of Deadly Neighborhood Spider-Man, the work by artist Juan Ferreyra is the primary selling point of the series. The moody and atmospheric work looks like nothing else being published by Marvel right now, let alone like any other Spider-Man comic in years. Issue #4 continues this trend while allowing Ferreyra the chance to really go wild with unique monsters and bad guys, plus a gangly Spider-Man that feels unique. At the end of the day though very little of this feels like a Spider-Man comic, and the writing leaves a lot to be desired.