inferiorego's Spider-Man: Fever #1 - Part One: Insecticide review
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Sometimes a comic choosing not to be as conventional as some of its peers can be a very good thing. In the case of Spider-Man Fever I'm going to say it's up in the air. The story is Dr. Strange nabs the final book to his set, a journal of an old school master of the Occult, Albion Crawley. After opening the book, a trap is sprung sending magic spiders all of the city. For some reason they pick out Spider-man with the idea of eating on his soul.....annnnnnnnd scene. Sadly that's about all ...2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
The previous reviewers must have been expecting something different than I did when I started reading this comic. It has a completely ludicrous storyline, which is to be expected when telling a story like this one. The dialogue of the characters is very much "Bronze Age" and evokes a classic comic book feeling. The insane art reminds me of the hallucinogenic art from the early parts of Moore's Saga of Swamp Thing. If you are like me and can enjoy something that is wierd just for the sake of b...1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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