Round One is over!
Peter Parker finds himself trapped in Limbo.
Peter not only has to find his way back home, but he has to do it in a truly hellish fashion.
But Why Tho?Amazing Spider-Man #17 is a blast. The plot has a long thread and energy in the short term. This is an extremely funny comic, silly at some points but in the most complimentary way possible. That is what works so well with Dark Web, not taking itself seriously and just having fun with demons and superheroes. The art is so exuberant and enjoyable that it is impossible not to smile while reading this issue.
ComicBook.comWhile Spidey is stuck in a literal hell of his own making, readers are bound to have a blast watching him crawl back out.
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Comic WatchI know I have some complaints but I really like this issue as a standalone and recommend it
AIPTIf you've enjoyed the outrageous and over-the-top silly demons in the Dark Web event, you're going to love Amazing Spider-Man #17. It's filled with wacky demons living preposterous lives, but any semblance of a dramatic story or high stakes is missing here. Instead, take in McGuinness' great art and wait for the other shoe to drop in the narrative's next issue.
Comics Nexus by Inside PulseAn intriguing story, particular all the new characters, and it was nice to see Chasm’s scheming alongside the Goblin Queen. However, I hope there is a pay off from all this time in Limbo which made the story seem less relevent without scenes on Earth. Solid art.