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Spider-Force #2 (of 3)

20
Comicscore Index
Overwhelming dislike

Based on 2 critic ratings.

A SPIDER-GEDDON TIE-IN!

The deadliest mission in all of SPIDER-GEDDON has come up and Kaine has stepped forward for what he’s sure will be a suicide mission. But he can’t do it alone, and Jessica Drew, A.K.A. Spider-Woman, has signed on to help, but has Kaine told her the whole truth?

With Ashley Barton, from the OLD MAN LOGAN universe and two new characters (Astro-Spider and Spider-Kid), Kaine’s team is complete and their first mission may be their last!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
23 pages
Language
English
Price
$1.99
Amazon ASIN
B07GL67JQL

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2 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 40

    AIPT

    The second Spider-Force issue attempts to fit its predecessor’s format to its purposes but entirely misses the mark and offers up a muddled narrative buoyed only by dark, grisly, and compelling art ill-fitted to doing all the heavy lifting.

  • 20

    ComicBook.com

    Spider-Force is a mess of a comic, a collection of bickering Spider-People trapped on a dead Earth while a vampire lurks in space above them. Although bickering heroes is hardly new, it’s hard to really care when only two of the characters (Spider-Woman and Kaine) are recognizable and the rest are in spacesuits and almost impossible to tell apart. It doesn’t help that the “Spider-Geddon” story is a rehash of the convoluted “Spider-Verse” event, and that this comic seems mainly to show why some of the more prominent Spider-People aren’t participating in the story.

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