KICK IT! TASKMASTER crashes the party to stomp out SPIDER-PUNK! What secrets lie under the community center that Spidey and his crew call home base? And how does it all tie back to NORMAN OSBORN?
COMICONSpider-Punk's second issue continues to flesh out this alternate Earth and its myriad of characters, as the creative team delves deep into the punk and fun aspects of this story while building something huge in the background. This is exactly the type of story that we need in times like these, hitting all the relatable notes while leaving room for so much more.
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ComicBook.comSpider-Punk #2 brings our heroes face to face with Taskmaster in the worst way, but the day is saved when one of New Jersey's best comes to the rescue. When our team discovers a new power imbalance in their post-apocalyptic world, the spider-band decides it is time to hit the road, and issue's delicious camaraderie will have readers convinced the ragtag group can do whatever it is they want!
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Weird Science Marvel ComicsSpider-Punk #2 is a terrible comic, but it's at least a better comic than issue #1. The action scenes are ridiculous, the big reveal surrounding the mystery of the Spider-Band's land is given without any build-up, ceremony, or sense, and the dialog is painfully bad. Still, if issue #2 is better than issue #1, there's hope for the series to trend upward.