ByJeremy Scott, writer at

I would give my left nut to have Nick Bradshaw (cover artist) on the interiors of this book, but if they insist on putting Araújo on a title, make it Venom. Without human facial features or a standard body shape to contend with he turns in a really solid Venom design, easily the most visually appealing character of the series so far. Having linked with some iteration of Peter Parker last issue, this book now becomes almost solely about him and Gwen with the remaining Spider-totems being virtually glossed over or not appearing at all. It's much less a "Spider-Verse" book and more a "Suspicious Spider-Gwen and her Stupid Sidekicks" book. Osborne gets flushed out and one of the Thors arrive to enforce Doom's justice. One issue to go.


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