Book Review: pider-Man: Miles Morales, Vol. 4

Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Vol. 4 Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Vol. 4 by Brian Michael Bendis

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


The final seven issues of Brian Michael Bendis' run as writer for Miles Morales' Spider-man. It's got a lot to wrap up as someone from Miles' past is back leading a new Sinister Six and a friend of MIles' is caught in the crossfire. At the same time, there's issues with Miles' parents over his father helping him keep his secret identity, and school drama with Ganke and a girl running a Spider-man fan vlog.

Thisstory does what it needs to do. It's entertaining and manages to wrap up all of its threads. The final battle is satisfying and the final issue is a triumph playing on writer Bendis' own experience with a serious illness that almost killed him.

There are flaws slike a few parts that are way too talky (as is typical) and the whole doing other than being Spider-man idea is still not really fleshed out or made sense of in this volume.

Overall, though, a solid final bow for Bendis on Spider-man and an end to an incredible run.



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