Superior Spider-Man #27.1 Review

One nation, well New York City, under Goblin!

The Good

The art by Giuseppe Camuncoli is top notch. The action seems dynamic, the lines are crisp and clean, and the imagery is grand like a superhero book should be. The Writing by Dan Slott is also very good, with Otto coming off as a man who realizes how not superior he really is and how much his own arrogance may have cost the city.

The Not So Good

As much as I loved this book I can't help but feel like we need to give Spider-Man another villain besides the Green Goblin, however Marvel seems intent on making Norman Osborn the Lex Luthor of the Marvel Universe.

The Bottom Line

Spider-Man mans rejoice as this book has everything that makes the character great. Sharp writing and great art compliment each other so well that you would swear Slott and Camuncoli are the same guy. As I stated above, only a slight burn out on Green Goblin keeps this title from being perfect. I highly recommend it for anyone looking for a good read.

4.5 / 5
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Superior Spider-Man #27.1
Released February 12, 2014
Writer Dan Slott
Artist Giuseppe Camuncoli
Cover Artist Giuseppe Camuncoli

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