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Miles Morales: Spider-Man #15

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 8 critic ratings.

MS. MARVEL CHARGES INTO GANG WAR!

MILES MORALES is losing his battle to save Brooklyn – can MS. MARVEL turn the tide?!

HOBGOBLIN is out for revenge against SPIDER-MAN – but he’s not the only classic Spidey villain who wants a piece of Miles…

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
23 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CLLB8GLX

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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 98

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Uneasy alliances, a moment of jealousy, and his double-agent uncle force Miles to up his game as Brooklyn’s Team Spidey takes on Hobgoblin and Rabble in Miles Morales: Spider-Man #15.

  • 90

    First Comics News

  • 90

    But Why Tho?

    Miles Morales: Spider-Man #15 is a perfect change of pace. It is surprising that a comic containing so many characters, two fight scenes, and plenty of drama could be considered slower. It speaks to the spectacular speed of Miles and his adventures that it truly has been taken down a notch. This issue makes time to fit in necessary dialogue and relationships. This whole segment of the event containing Miles’ supporting cast has meant that it feels like part of the ongoing series instead of surgically attached due to scheduling. As it reaches its climax, the whole plot has been an extension of Ziglar and the rest of the creative team’s exemplary storytelling.

  • 90

    COMICON

    Allies new and old gather as Miles Morales leads the charge against Hobgoblin and his familiar new ally in ‘Miles Morales: Spider-Man’ #15. Another truly solid issue in this fantastic series, focusing both on the action but also emotional toll that this life can have on someone. A worthy series for Miles Morales, one that has been sorely needed.

  • 87

    Comic Watch

    With a laser focus, Miles Morales: Spider-Man #15 manages to feel like the thrilling climax to Ziglar’s entire run thus far without even trying to. It’s exciting, tying up loose emotional ends whilst elevating the weakest part of the run thus far by playing all of those recent discordant notes together in a pure symphony of exciting superhero drama. It’s a book that oozes classic Marvel style whilst maintaining a cutting modern voice.

  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    Marvel’s “Gang War” event has been an unexpected but incredibly pleasant surprise thus far, and while Miles Morales: Spider-Man #15 isn’t as critical to that storyline as other tie-ins, it’s still quite excellent on its own. The issue is still firmly set during the “Gang War” event and does involve Hobgoblin staking out territory, but much of the story and emotional pull of the issue is tied to Miles and his baggage with Rabble. Writer Cody Ziglar utilizes the surrounding events effectively to build up Miles’ nemesis and create a sense of danger around her, and then contrasts that with the utterly delightful new look Team Spidey of Starling, Shift, Scorpion, Gust, and Ms. Marvel. Speaking of Team Spidey, artists Federico Vicentini and Federica Mancin and colorist Bryan Valenza make Team Spidey look out of this world throughout the entire issue, and that goes ten fold for Shift and Scorpion. That said, their work on Rabble rivals both, and the upcoming throwdown should be a sight to behold. Team Spidey is on a roll, and hopefully it isn’t stopping anytime soon.

  • 75

    Caped Joel

  • 70

    Derby Comics

    After being critical of Uncle Aaron’s usage in this story in recent issues, I was pleased to see his actions given more context and explanation. I don’t think it means things were executed well, but at least now I can understand why he was doing what he did. I thought the interactions between Miles and Kamala were some of the issue’s best moments. The two of them are a joy to see in action together and it really makes me wish we could see this relationship portrayed in the MCU. Federico Vincentini continues to make anything Miles does look amazing. The art in this book make this a weekly must-read even when the story may be at a low point.

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