This is a good comic in a very cool series of books. The Marvel Noir titles are really interesting with their depression era takes on classic heroes like Luke Cage, Spider-Man, Iron man, Wolverine, etc. The artwork was nice, but the action wasn't drawn particularly well. The dialogue was ok, and fit the period. The storyline was familiar, but interesting. If you like the idea of gritty noir and neo-noir versions of some of the most popular Marvel heroes, check these out.
I thought that this book although amazing didn't give absoulte awnsers to all the mysterys. Also the final action seen dosn't make a whole lot of sense. But other than that I thought that this is an "Amazing" read for all spider-man fans.
P.S. The Goblin looks awsome
A very compelling look at the origin of Spider-man with a very grim, gritty look during the 30's. Well worth the time spent reading it.
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