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Spider-Man: Death & Destiny 002, 003

Posted by dave, January 3, 2008 at 8:24 am · No Comments ·

Spider-Man: Death & Destiny 002The Camera Doesn’t Lie
Story and art: Lee Weeks
Inks: Richard Case
Color Guides: Steve Buccellato
Originally published: September 2000

Spider-Man: Death & Destiny 003Deja Vu All Over Again
Story and art: Lee Weeks
Inks: Richard Case
Color Guides: Steve Buccellato
Originally published: October 2000

The second issue is kind of a bore. It’s Spidey basically moping around with very little action. He realizes he needs to have a responsibility to the ones he loves, including his unspoken promise to Capt. Stacy to take care of Gwen. By the time he comes to this realization, though, Gwen (and Harry and maybe MJ) are pretty pissed off at him. Meanwhile, Doc Ock is fixing his mechanical arms and preparing to make a comeback.

In the second issue, Doc Ock comes back and goes after Jameson. Spidey comes to the rescue, and basically uses the same chemical as last time to disable a couple of Ock’s mechanical arms. Spidey gets in a situation where he has to choose between rescuing JJJ from falling to his death or catching Octopus. Obviously he chooses to save Jonah.

These didn’t really live up to the promise of the first issue, but they were ok. Meh.

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