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Spider-Punk #4 (of 5)

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WANTED: HOBIE BROWN! Just as the Spider-Band in the Spider-Van had a Spider-Plan, they’re getting shut down by the big bad man! Hobie and team aren’t going to give up without a fight though…Witness the rise of one of the greatest bands in all of the Spider-Verse!

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24 pages
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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 95


    Issue after issue, Spider-Punk continues to be a visual and emotional feast that perfectly blends superheroes and real-world issues into a powerful fun mix that packs quite the proverbial punch. Truly if one was trying to choose a list of series that are the epitome of what comics can and should be, this is a series that would be on the list no questions asked.
  • 80

    Spider-Punk takes a dark turn this week with issue four as our ragtag teen heroes confront danger unlike any they've seen before. After a foe from the past comes around once more, all bets are off as Spider-Punk and his anarchist gang try to take down the corporate greed gridlocking their world. But after a few moves go wrong, the issue ends with a bloody reminder of how far giants will go to demonstrate their power upon the masses.
  • 30

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Spider-Punk #4 gives up on any attempts to be punk, edgy, or interesting by shifting into an all-out propaganda piece equating Norman Osborn as a fascist, racist despot with a former U.S President. The writing is poor on every level except the pacing, and the only punk thing about this title is the grungy, underground art style, but just barely.

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