Comic WatchOne final thought I'll leave you - if you are a fantastical fan of Spider-Man, you'll definitely love this issue because they integrate a character that includes details that will leave you absolutely jaw-dropping, giddy with joy, and laughing all at once! If you weren't a reader of Spider-Man before, this may change your experience with the character.
AIPTSpider-Man #4 is possibly the best issue yet, as it has multiple big reveals, a turning point for heroes and villains, and an addictive sense of fun only Spider-Man characters could supply. This is the Spider-Man comic for Spider-Man lifers.
The Super Powered FancastThe Story: Slott delivers a story filled with great tension and action. The plot takes some interesting twists and turns, but it is engaging enough to keep me intrigued. I look forward to seeing where the story goes next and what other twists it takes after the surprise ending. The Art: Bagley delivers some beautiful art in the issue. I continue to be impressed with the style of the issue and the different visual takes throughout.
ComicBook.comI'm somewhat conflicted on Spider-Man #4, as its biggest weakness is also the source for the issue's most intriguing hooks. "End of the Spider-Verse" part four shines brightest when it's focused on people trying to make the most out of difficult circumstances, specifically two people in this case, those being Anya and Felicia. (...) The book loses a bit of steam when it shifts to Shathra, but credit to writer Dan Slott, who pulls you right back in with two big hooks, including one that opens up all sorts of possibilities with video game-related characters.
Weird Science Marvel ComicsSpider-Man #4 amps up the chaos, noise, and silliness for an issue that barely moves the plot along. If the goal with this run was to end the Spiderverse, it appears Marvel is trying to burn it out rather than let it fade away.