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Mary Jane & Black Cat #3 (of 5)

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 7 critic ratings.

Mary Jane Watson and Felicia Hardy are trapped in Limbo by BELASCO – and if they wanna escape, they’ll have to heist their way out!

A shaky alliance with an unexpected ally may be their only hope to survive the SCREAMING TOWER.

But MJ’s holding back…

What is the true price of her new super-powers?

And why can’t Black Cat come clean about the new (old) man in her life?

These truths may damn their friendship… and their souls… to Limbo forever!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
23 pages
Amazon ASIN

7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    MJ and Black Cat continue to show off that hilarious dynamic and new team chemistry.

    It is full of details and well done aerial battle sequences, where they show a gloomy and terrifying world.

  • 96

    You Don't Read Comics

    MacKay and company continue to deliver a fun adventure with a couple of characters who continue to make quite an impression outside the margins of the Spider-Man titles that they debuted in so many decades ago. MacKay’s treatment of Black Cat continues to make her adventures significantly more intriguing than much of what Spider-Man has been doing of late.

  • 90

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    This latest chapter in the Dark Web series is a real winner. Characters learn about themselves and each other as they navigate labyrinths and brave nightmarish monsters. If you’re not smiling as you read every page of Mary Jane & Black Cat #3, call 9-1-1 immediately. There’s something wrong with you!

  • 90


    Things start to get a bit more explosive as the title characters of ‘Mary Jane And Black Cat’ #3 continue their Limbo heist journey, finding that the true enemy might not be the demons but the secrets they carry. A rapid-fire character-rich gorgeous adventure that really is a delight to read from cover to cover.

  • 62

    Comic Watch

    A little underwhelming. But a decent low-key story with an exciting dynamic rarely explored.

  • 50

    Mary Jane & Black Cat #3 continues to strike notes that made the miniseries’ first two issues so charming, but it adds few new ingredients in a continuation that ultimately asks, “Why wasn’t this a 4-issue miniseries?” (…) There’s simply too little substance spread too thin in this middle issue. That isn’t to say that the ongoing humor and hellish antagonists don’t provide some value, but by the issue’s end the staging for this drama has overstayed its welcome and the cliffhanger arrives with a sigh of relief.

  • 50

    Spider Man Crawlspace

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