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Spider-Man Doctor Octopus Negative Exposure 001

Posted by dave, June 1, 2008 at 10:04 pm · No Comments ·

Spider-Man Doctor Octopus Negative Exposure 001Writer: Brian K. Vaughan
Penciler: Staz Johnson
Inker: Danny Miki
Letterer: Rus Wooton
Doctor Octopus costume redesign by: Humberto Ramos
Originally published: December 2003

For some reason I wasn’t looking forward to reading this. I didn’t realize it was Brian K. Vaughan, but as soon as I saw the credits, my feelings changed. I love Vaughan (usually), so my expectations shot up. This is often bad, because I end up being let down. Fortunately, however, this was not the case with Negative Exposure.

One issue down and I’m totally loving it!

Interesting note in terms of placement: this issue deals mainly with Doc Ock robbing the Metropolitan Museum of art. This, as main character Jeffrey Haight points out, is “weird, Ock’s crimes are usually science-related.” However, when did we recently see Ock robbing a museum? In Superman vs the Amazing Spider-Man! Could this be the way that event went down in the “fixed”, non-merged universe? I think so! That means the Hostess ad is probably slightly misplaced, but that’s ok.

Anyway, this issue was awesome and I’m really looking forward to the rest.



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