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Despite Miles Morales just barely getting the hang of web-slinging, his morals are put to the test as he must choose whether or not to do his unrelenting Uncle a favor. Will family come first for the hero in training?

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Signs of Things to Come 0

This issue sees Bendis begin to properly address the plot threads of the last few issues regarding Uncle Aaron and Miles. And while this issue felt like more of an introduction to the next, it still did a good job of giving us a bit more insight into the character dynamics that exist between Miles and Aaron, and Spider-Man and the Prowler. How this will play out is anyones guess, but despite the Norman Osborn-y feel that this relationship has, it works well with the book, and still feels fresh. ...

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Scorpion And Prowler. 0

Synopsis: Miles confronts the police. Meanwhile, Miles Uncle confronts Scorpion once more.Oh Miles. You really don't to get on the police's bad side. Still, the conversation he has with Captain Frank Quaid is a starting point, seeing how Miles is here to stay as Spider-Man. He realizes that this new Spider-Man is younger than the original, and he would hate to see the new one die so early. Except for Electro, so far, Miles has been taking on minor villains. What happens when he takes on a bigger...

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