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The Amazing Spider-Man: Blood Hunt #2 (of 3)

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Mixed or average ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.

Spider-Man and the Lizard need to save Morbius the Living Vampire if the heroes of the Marvel Universe stand a chance at stopping the vampire virulence!

But does Dr. Michael Morbius WANT to be saved?!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
23 pages
Amazon ASIN

3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 95

    Nerd Initiative

    Justina Ireland does an incredible job of taking Spider-Man, a character that has been around for nearly 62 years, and putting him into a story that’s compelling and intersting. And one that feels different than some of the stuff you might’ve read the last few years, and Spider-Man has been run through the ringer the last couple of years for sure. It’s a read an issue every Spider-Man should check out, because it’s a ton of fuin and an interesting read that looks like it’s building to a very interesting boil. I for one, cannot wait to see how things play out next.

  • 80

    First Comics News

    No review.

  • 20

    There’s not much to be said about Amazing Spider-Man: Blood Hunt because there’s so little to be commented upon. While I’m tempted to discuss the ill-considered ethical ramifications and super-science behind this plot or the painfully pandered delivery of “It’s Morbin’ time!,” there’s a rushed and unconsidered quality throughout the issue that makes such complaints seem to small to notice. With inconsistent artwork that sometimes fails to align with dialogue or appears to feature half-melted facial features, it seems like this title exists primarily because the market would bear another miniseries bearing the label “Amazing Spider-Man” and so it was published with minimal concern.

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