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Spider-Punk #3 (of 5)

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KINGPIN RISING! The band takes a detour through Philly to help DAREDEVIL deal with the big man himself! What does Kingpin have to hide? And what does it have to do with the threats ahead? Find out as the crew hits the road in the SPIDER-VAN!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
24 pages
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Cover Artists
Variant Cover Artist

5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    First Comics News

  • 95


    Earth 138’s punk rock heroes have hit the road and run into all kinds of trouble, but nothing a little visit from this alternate Earth’s Daredevil cannot cure. ‘Spider-Punk’ is the epitome of what makes comic books fun but also such a truly awesome medium, taking such creative bold chances not only with the characters but the visuals as well. Every element of this book and every member of the creative team is bringing their absolute A game and it shows.

  • 80

    Impulse Gamer

    Well worth a look if you are a fan of Spider-Man or just want a different setting for one of the stories involving these characters.

  • 60

    Spider-Punk brings our group of heroes closer to their destination as a few more allies join the fray. Daredevil’s arrival rings especially loud as the vigilante dishes out justice to the beat of their own drum. But by the end, Spider-Punk makes it clear that these teen rebels are going against two forces that have wormed their way deep into the government.

  • 30

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Spider-Punk #3 sends the Spider-Band on a side trip (literally) to Philadelphia when the Spider-Van is attacked by the Marauders, resulting in a story that’s wholly absent of creativity, style, charm, humor, or imagination. The serviceable art gets the job done, but there’s nothing punk about this comic in either the writing or the art.

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