Book Review: Spider-Man: Spider-Hunt

Spider-Man: Spider-Hunt Spider-Man: Spider-Hunt by Todd Dezago

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


This is during an era when Norman Osborn was alive, owned the Daily Bugle and was making Peter Parker's life miserable while pretending that he wasn't the original Green Goblin. In the course of
this, he frames Spidey and puts a five million dollar bounty on Spidey's head. Spidey has to fight off all comers and when Norman's grandson (and Harry Osborn's son) goes missing, Peter has to find some way to help him.

I thought this was actually really good. The situation is used to press Spidey to his limits and really this highlights the nature of his character. At the same time, all the characters who show up hunting for him and the rewards are mostly pretty fun. While this book does suffer at times from being a 1990s comic, with some of the artistic excesses of that era, this was a fun adventure that crossed over between Spidey's books.



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Published on January 10, 2020 22:33 Tags: 2000s, spider-man
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