Book Review: Spider-Gwen, Vol. 4: Predators

Spider-Gwen, Vol. 4: Predators Spider-Gwen, Vol. 4: Predators by Jason Latour

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

After having been in league with Matt Murdoch, the kingpin of crime of her universe, things finally come to a head for Gwen Stacy and she and her friend Harry Osborne find themselves hunted by all sides including SHIELD and the Hand.

After a lackluster second volume, and a dull and stagnant third volume, this book really does start to move along at a good pace again with a lot of twists and developments. The big problem is that essentially, we're brought the first four issues of the story arc and then things come into a hault, effectively to be continued in the next book.

The fifth isssue is a Gwen-less issue focusing on this universe's Mary Jane (and to a lesser extent the bad). It's a good character piece and we get an introduction to a different take on the watchers. It's a charming one-shot, but ill-placed as it interrupts a story.

Overall, this is the best Spider-Gwen in several volumes and i lef interested in what happens next.

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Published on March 14, 2021 22:41
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