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Miles Morales: Spider-Man #2

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Universal acclaim

Based on 7 critic ratings.

Miles Morales’ world is spinning out of control!

A mysterious new threat is rising and coming at Spider-Man hard, and if Spidey doesn’t fight back with everything he’s got – he could LOSE everything.

What does this new villain have to do with Misty Knight’s investigation and a slew of upgraded foes, like The Scorpion, terrorizing NYC?

This battle is going to change Spidey’s life forever – someone’s not walking away from this one!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
23 pages
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7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100


    ‘Miles Morales: Spider-Man’ beautifully threads the needle of creating a very classic Spider-Man-type situation but in a modern way befitting the young biracial Spider-Man of Brooklyn and the issues he has to face. Miles deserves every bit of the same spotlight, maybe even more, that Peter has enjoyed for decades and this series catapults him back to his rightful place in the Marvel Universe.

  • 100

    I know it can’t happen because of scheduling and the monthly grind on artists, but I wish the Miles Morales: Spider-Man creative team could have a long run together. They’ve already made the series a “can’t miss” title for each month, and Ziglar appears to have a good handle on Miles’ personality. If you’ve ever wanted to check out a Miles Morales comic, now is the time.

  • 100

    But Why Tho?

    Miles Morales: Spider-Man #2 is extremely fun. It is possibly the best teen or young superhero comic within the big two right now, filled with emotional gravity and a tremendously exciting storyline. Miles has a supporting cast to challenge him and enemies that are a huge test. The art is awesome and the guest star is a great example of what could be expected in further issues.

  • 100

    First Comics News

    In this issue, we get to see Miles team up with his new mentor, Misty Knight which I feel is a terrific breath of fresh air since Peter Parker has always had the role for quite some time but now, I think it’s time that aspect should be put on the shelf but so far, the Miles/Misty concept is just sensational that will make everyone want more team-ups between these two. Miles wrestling with his personal life and his time as Spidey is engaging thanks to Cody Ziglar adding in some depth and humor that makes this a true coming-of-age arc for our hero but Ziglar really has a firm grasp on Miles to where he can tell the best stories that he has in mind without making the character feel overrated but instead celebrated. Two issues in and another appearance by The Scorpion this is by far another intriguing moment in the life of Miles Morales and once again, proves that he does deserve to be Spider-Man.

  • 90


    Miles and his supporting cast are more compelling than ever thanks to the efforts of Ziglar and Vicentini.

  • 87

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: I continue to enjoy the mystery in this arc as well as the personal drama with Miles. Ziglar does a good job of balancing the interpersonal drama with humor along with some great moments between Miles and Misty. There is a fun and fast pace to the story and I like the immediacy of the action within it. I look forward to seeing what happens next and how close this new villain will get to the people Miles loves.

    The Art: Vicentini delivers some blistering action throughout the issue. There are some great visual moments with the characters themselves, but the initial Miles/Misty confrontation, the Scorpion fight and the Tiana confrontation are visually stunning.

  • 67

    Major Spoilers

    Miles Morales: Spider-Man #2 keeps up the momentum from the big relaunch, deepening the mysteries and making Spidey’s life worse in interesting ways, making good use of the supporting cast and establishing elements of the Marvel Universe, with art that has some issues but delivers on the action sequences, earning 3.5 out of 5 stars overall. I’m actually excited at the parts of the story that emulate the video game, which makes the story feel almost dated already, but the story ends on a strong enough note to make it worth readers’ while.

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