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Miles Morales: Spider-Man #7

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Universal acclaim

Based on 8 critic ratings.


CLETUS KASADY’s unleashed maximum carnage upon NYC with the awesome power of his new Extrembiote, and the only one left to stand in his way is MILES MORALES, who may have stumbled upon Cletus’ one weakness – which means Cletus will stop at nothing to put Miles down for good. To have a chance at stopping him, Miles will need help from the most unexpected allies… Cletus got an upgrade – why can’t Miles?!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
22 pages
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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Talk about an action-packed issue! Whenever Carnage is on the scene, you never know which of your favorite heroes are going to get impaled, killed, or seriously injured. The surprises keep on coming in part six of “Carnage Reigns,” including a new speedster character that is surely going to play a role in Miles Morales’ superhero life moving forward, an Avenger coming in for the last-minute save, and a pretty awesome last-page reveal to set up the big finale next week.

  • 100

    But Why Tho?

    Miles Morales: Spider-Man #7 is non-stop action. The creators of this issue have a mission; to start running and not stop until the final page turns. Flinging itself through New York, the momentum is unrelenting as the plot thins the crowd as it streamlines the comic for the final part of the crossover. With the surprises at the end of the issue, it is going to be an incredibly violent conclusion.

  • 90


    Carnage Reigns swings towards it’s big conclusion, with the penultimate issue continuing to showcase why Miles Morales is and always will be Spider-Man and a hero. Everything about this series is working perfectly, giving the title character the spotlight he richly deserves.

  • 90

    First Comics News

  • 85

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Sometimes in a comic, you want to get away from big, Earth shattering conflicts and just read something cool and Zigler does that with this comic. Teaming up Miles with a bunch of villains to take down Carnage is just pure fun and makes for an enjoyable story from start to finish. Everything leading to the conclusion is also fun and exciting and makes me look forward to seeing what comes next for Miles.

    The Art: Vicentini delivers some fantastic art throughout the issue. The visuals are thrilling and what I want to see in a battle between Miles and Carnage.

  • 85

    Multiversity Comics

    It’s a fun, adrenaline-driven ride that even someone jumping into the series here would thoroughly enjoy.

  • 80

    You Don't Read Comics

    Ziglar has the panels framed on the right combination of characters. Miles looks good when squaring off against Carnage. The additional focus on Taskmaster and Frye and company adds a bit of accent around the edges of the action for a really striking visual punch. The constant beat of the action throughout the issue feels like a solid progression of tension, which should meet a hopefully satisfying resolution next issue. Ziglar isn’t trying anything that hasn’t been tried on some level before a million times. (Carnage and other symbiotes have been inciting chaos for decades now.) Ziglar has, nevertheless, found a way to breathe life into the fallout from Spider-Man’s alien costume one more time.

  • 80

    Comic Watch

    Miles Morales #7 is the best kind of popcorn action comic. It’s got big action and big heart, peppering its quick pace with illustrations drenched in adrenaline. While the stories gone on a little too long, Carnage Reigns has served to be a great visit upon the best of 90’s extremism, and Miles getting his time to shine with it has been nothing short of fun.

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