The 99 Problems... Five of Five wiki last edited by spikevalentine on 02/16/14 01:20PM View full history

99 villains! Lives on the line, and the craziest two page spread in comic book history!

Matt Kindt (Mind MGMT) and Marco Rudy (Swamp Thing) bring you the synapse-shattering finale of Marvel Knights Spider-Man!

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Seriously? Spike's Marvel Knight's Spider-Man; 99 Problems... review. 0

Marvel Knights is an imprint that I love and always looked forward to read, but that is no longer the case. Not after their new line; I feel like hardcore DC fans felt after the New 52.I read --and sadly bought-- all five issues of this series and all I can say is that it's barely a story, let alone a good one. The panels pretend they are artsy-fartsy and innovative, like something David Mack or J.H. Williams III would do... if they had no talent at all. They not only have no narrative quality, ...

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What a huge mess. 0

Wow. I haven't read a book with so much anger at the senselessness of it all since the Red Hulk's Thunderbolts book came out (Truly awful, how I stuck with it for 12 issues is beyond me.) What was the point of making this five issue series? It tried to be some kind of Spider-Man acid trip gone wrong. It also tried to pack in substance and attempted to play itself off as a deep thinking book. Each issue I kept glancing at the pages, hoping everything would lead up to some wonderful climax where ...

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