Miles Morales: Spider-Man #12
Written by Saladin Ahmed
Art by Javier Garron
Colors by David Curiel
Letters by Cory Petit
The Rundown: Miles Morales will find stopping Prowler will have unintended consequences for them both.
After confronting his Uncle Aaron in the middle of a job, the clash between the two will result in the target escaping and one of his goons going after the pair personally.
The clash will become more complicated when Miles realizes that he is dangerously low on webbing and his venom blast is not having the effect he was hoping for against Man Mountain Marko.
In the aftermath of the fight, things only get more complicated for Aaron and its up to Miles to keep his rogue uncle safe.
The Story: The story itself is tight. The action is intense and the character interactions are fantastic. Saladin Ahmed does a great job of raising the stakes in this story and setting up some more intensity in the story to come. This was an enjoyable story that hit all the points it was going for while engaging the reader in some well done family moments between Miles and Aaron.
The Art: Javier Garron delivers some beautiful art work in this issue. Both Miles and Prowler are given some great visual moments and the fight between the two of them and against Marko are drawn brilliantly.