There's a lot going on in this issue. As if there wasn't enough going on with the cliffhanger ending from last issue involving SUPERIOR Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2099, this issue opens up with Carlie Cooper and Wraith are in the middle of some heavy action, in search of a certain individual. Switching back to the Spider-Men, the city is in danger as Otto's arrogance may have jeopardized everything.
In a strange twist of fate, the only key to saving everything lies within Peter Parker's memories, but Otto purged them. It turns out there is a way to access certain ones and this results in a spectacular visual ride throughout them as Otto sees things through his perspective. Ryan Stegman's art keeps getting better and better and he does some cool stuff here.
With the fate of time at stake and Spider-Man 2099's presence here, Dan Slott lays on the suspense. There will be big repercussions after this. This is something Slott is good at setting up. Characters and situations will not remain as they were before. Reading the panels carefully, you'll see there is another mystery sprinkled within. When will we get these answers? We'll have to wait and see.
This was a roller coaster ride of fun. No complaints here.
Dan Slott knows how to set up a good story. Threads can be traced back and he doesn't hold back when it comes to creating situations where serious repercussions will have to be dealt with. We have big action with top notch art. This type of bombastic storytelling is what is making SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN so much fun. We know things will eventually explode but it's the juggling of the grenade that keeps us on our toes. Ryan Stegman's art grabs Slott's script by the throat and he squeezes out every last bit of action and suspense in order to create a comic that delivers the goods. With the changes here and what's being set up, I am so excited to see where this is all going to next.