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May 5, 2014
  Here at FLIPGEEKS we’re big SPIDER-MAN fans and when AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #1 came out we all wanted to jump in and make our review. Instead of our regular comic book review Kyle, Yuri, Nico and I decided to sit down and chat about Peter Parker’s return in ASM#1. In this review, we’d talk about […]


COMIC BOOK REVIEW: An Amazing return in “Superior Spider-Man” #30-31

April 20, 2014
Writers: Dan Slott, Christos Gage Artists: Giuseppe Camuncoli, Will Sliney Inks: John Dell, Terry Pallot Colors: Antonio Fabella, Edgar Delgado Variant Cover:  J. Scott Campbell  One year and three months after Otto Octavius forcefully kicked Peter Parker out of his own mind and body to cheat death, Superi...


COMIC BOOK REVIEW: The beginning of the end in Superior Spider-Man #27.NOW

February 28, 2014
Writer: Dan Slott Artist/Cover: Giuseppe Camuncoli For an opening shot for what is being billed as the last Superior Spider-Man story, the first part of Goblin Nation moves things along a bit too slowly. There’s a decent amount of action and more than a handful of revelations, but you kind of get the...

COMIC BOOK REVIEW: A superior Goblin emerges from Superior Spider-Man #26

February 6, 2014
Writer: Dan Slott Artist: Humberto Ramos/Marcos Martin Cover: Ryan Stegman  The secret of the Goblin King is finally revealed (or is it?) in Superior Spider-Man #26. Facing off against the Hobgoblin (who now controls his own criminal empire from afar), the Green Goblin, who has been a sinister presence beh...


COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Marvel Knights Spider-Man #4 is fit enough to survive

January 19, 2014
Writer: Matt Kindt Artist/Cover: Marco Rudy There’s finally an end in sight for Peter Parker’s latest (and trippiest) adventure, as the fourth issue of Marvel Knights Spider-Man reveals the mastermind behind our hero’s perplexing predicament. The biggest draw of the newest incarnation of ...

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COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Superior Spider-Man #25 ends its Darkest Hours

January 19, 2014
Writer: Dan Slott/Christos Gage Artist/Cover: Humberto Ramos A year after the Superior Spider-Man’s “heroic” debut, Otto Octavius’s mind-swapping masquerade is starting to fall apart. The final chapter of Darkest Hours sees the Superior Venom – a symbiote-infested Superior Spider-Man – go on a highly destr...

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COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Superior Spider-Man #22

December 2, 2013
Writer: Dan Slott Artist/Cover: Humberto Ramos Before starting this review, I’d like to point out that Dan Slott was wrong about one thing – Spider-Man (Peter Parker, with no octopuses of any sort in the brain) and Venom (Flash Thompson, in full control of the symbiote and with no feeling of an...

COMIC BOOK REVIEW – Superior Spider-Man Annual #1

November 26, 2013
Writer: Christos Gage Artist: Javier Rodriguez, Alvaro Lopez Cover: J.G. Jones, Laura Martin Regular readers of my reviews – waitaminute, I have regular readers? – know that I enjoyed reviewing the Amazing Spider-Man issues that had Dan Slott and Christos Gage as co-writers/co-plotters (#695, 6...


COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Cataclysm: Ultimate Spider-Man #1

November 24, 2013
I was told by Norby to grab Flipgeek’s copy of Cataclysm: Ultimate Spider-Man #1 for me to do a review. Up to now I still feel that it should’ve been Spider-Kyle, since nobody else in FG’s as close to Spidey as him. He could do a better review about the webslinger, too. But after reading ...

COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Superior Spider-Man #21

November 17, 2013
Writer: Dan Slott Artist/Cover: Giuseppe Camuncoli Another ghost from Otto Octavius’s past comes back to haunt him, as the latest issue of Superior Spider-Man pits our, uh, “protagonist” against a Spider-villain we haven’t seen since the 90s. Angela Brancale, the virtual reality vil...