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Miles Morales: The End #1

(The End #1)

2.91  ·  Rating details ·  85 ratings  ·  10 reviews
THE FINAL MILES MORALES STORY! Humanity makes its last stand in the only place strong enough to survive: BROOKLYN. Former Spider-Man, Miles Morales, leads the last bastion of civilization into the future! Penned by MILES MORALES: SPIDER-MAN author SALADIN AHMED!
Kindle Edition, 32 pages
Published January 8th 2020
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May 11, 2020 rated it did not like it
Shelves: 2020, single-issues
Miles still protects Brooklyn in a future where giant germs have destroyed the rest of the world. I was expecting better given Saladin Ahmed writes Miles's adventures every month. When I opened this up and saw Damian Scott did the art, I knew I was in trouble. As usual, I couldn't tell what was going on in his graffiti inspired art. The action scenes are terrible. They might as well just be splashes of color in a panel. I could not make out what was going on at all. All those grossly exaggerated ...more
Jan 12, 2020 rated it did not like it
Wow! That was...painfully bad!

The story is far too basic, but the art reminded me of Ramos' worst times...
Jan 11, 2020 rated it it was ok
Shelves: comics, ebooks
What did I just read? That was weird.
Lindsi (Do You Dog-ear?)
I should have mentally prepared for this one. I mean, the title says The End, and the synopsis claims it's the final Miles Morales story, so I shouldn't have been so surprised, but I couldn't help hoping for the best. Miles always finds a way to survive, to make a bad situation flip in his favor, but gah. Ahmed really got me with this issue.

Miles was everything I know him to be, only older and wiser. He still cracks jokes, cares deeply about the people in his life, and is willing to give his al
The Mustache Louie Matos
Miles Morales: The End #1 is a future story written by Saladin Ahmed. It peers into a post-apocalyptic Marvel Universe where Miles Morales is an old man who has erected a last bastion of civilization in Brooklyn. The writing drips with pathos, as most end of the hero’s journey stories are, but the artwork is far too cartoony to be consistent with the tone the writer is trying to convey. Damion Scott’s work fails to demonstrate the seriousness that this story requires and consequently appears ama ...more
Victor Casas
Aug 29, 2020 rated it really liked it
Habla MUY MAL de los fans del comic que esta sea de las historias peor puntuadas de la serie.

No sé si merece las 4 estrellas, creo que se lo doy por lo superior que fue a las entregas pasadas y que es la única que se toma seriamente la premisa...
Mr. Cody
Jan 11, 2020 rated it did not like it
Liz (Quirky Cat)
Jan 15, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: comic
Miles Morales: The End #1 was an interesting issue. It was kind of sad, but in the same way that King Thor is sad - there's no denying the fact that this is the end of a character's arc, thanks to how far in the future it is.

That being said, I was actually pretty surprised by what transpired in this issue. It was good - but it also wasn't at all what I expected. I think my expectations had been set thanks to Thor, which explains most of my surprise. It'll be interesting to see what the rest of t
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Jul 13, 2020 rated it really liked it
Saladin Ahmed has a great voice for Miles and I loved Damion Scott's art. Reading this six months after it was released (and maybe close to a year after it was written) was kind of eerie, what with America ravaged by germs and Miles commenting at one point about stupid the antagonist is for thinking caring for people means you're soft. ...more
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Saladin Ahmed was born in Detroit and raised in a working-class, Arab American enclave in Dearborn, MI.

His short stories have been nominated for the Nebula and Campbell awards, and have appeared in Year's Best Fantasy and numerous other magazines, anthologies, and podcasts, as well as being translated into five foreign languages. He is represented by Jennifer Jackson of the Donald Maass Literary A

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