Spider-Man #9

Marvel Comics

Written by Dan Slott

Art by Mark Bagley

Inks by John Dell

Colors by Edgar Delgado

Letters by Joe Caramagna

The Rundown: Peter’s new spider-sense is causing more harm than good.

After Electro enhanced Peter’s already enhanced spider-sense, the wall crawler is sensing danger everywhere. From kids potentially getting hit by cars to a guy choking on his lunch, Spider-Man is spreading himself thin trying to help everyone he sees until Norman finds a way to knock him out and get him back to the lab.

After Peter tries to spend a quiet night with his friends and family, his senses return in force causing him to leave. As Norman is confronted by Spider-Boy, Peter finds himself finding out that punching a group of bank robbers is causing him problems as well before Electro returns to finish him once and for all.

The Story: Slott crafts an entertaining, action packed story in this issue. I liked the confrontations between Norman and Jameson as well as the rising tension. The Spider-Boy angle is getting interesting as well, but the action is the best part of the story. Seeing Peter struggle with trying to save everyone was intense and the way his powers are acting was even more intriguing when he confronted the bad guys. I can’t wait to see where this story goes next.

The Art: Bagley delivers some beautiful visuals throughout the issue. The visual style of the story is fantastic and the action was amazing.

Spider-Man #9



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