Strange changes are coming over Spidey's animalistic foes - including Dr Curt Connors, John Jameson & Felicia Hardy - awakening the beast that dwells within them all. Sure, Spidey's beaten the Lizard, Man-Wolf & the Black Cat before, but they've never been more vicious than they are now....
|Title||:||Sensational Spider-Man: Feral|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Sensational Spider-Man: Feral Reviews
Maybe not best Spidey's tale ever, and artworks by Medina/Crain are far better than storyline, but if you have to choose reading between this volume and all others published after the "One More Day' continuity reboot, just don't think twice and pick this one.And the Iron-Spider is one of best Spider-Man's suits ever, just saying.
LetdownNot as good as I hoped. I'm a big fan of the author's work and this was his first disappointment that I read
The animal side of Spider-Man's enemies come out to play in this Spider-Man collection. Exploring the bestial side of the rogues, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa sends Peter on a collision course with devolution. A mysterious event is sweeping through New York, bringing out the feral nature in everyone. Curt Connors forcefully becomes the reptilian Lizard, Felica Hardy extends her claws as the Black Cat, John Jameson bares his teeth as the Man-Wolf,and Thomas Fireheart return to his feline nature as the Puma. As Spider-Man digs deeper into the mystery - aided by both the visionary Madame Web and his new Iron Spider suit - he must defeat the saurian mastermind behind the plot. The idea of the volume is fantastic, as it offers a chance for the animal-themed enemies to truly embrace their inner creature. Unfortunately, players like Rhino, Scorpion, Doctor Octopus, and Tarantula, are left out of this equation; others like Vulture, Vermin, and Puma are shoe-horned in with little development. Angel Medina and Clayton Crain offer two distinct styles in the volume, which can be both good and bad. Medina creates a loose, violent, and crisp imagery that flows better with the animal action than the human portrayals. Crain displays his trademark textures and shadows, but is often relegated to showcasing the discourse rather than the flowing violence that is better suited to his design. Overall, Feral is a beastly read that reminds readers of the animal nature of the Spider-Man universe.
Read this back in January but didn't recognize the cover when I took it out of the library again in July.No change in rating: Visually amazing and the storyline's not bad albeit a little childish.
Awful. I'm glad this wasn't the first thing I've read by Roberto Aquirre-Sacassa, because I've enjoyed some of his other stuff and after reading this, I would have avoided it. Angel Medina's art looks like someone aping Greg Capullo without learning basic drawing first.
Lizard, Black Cat, Man-Wolf, Puma, Vermin, Stegron. Everyone goes Feral. Amazing art.
Love the art by Angel Medina (cover) and Clayton Crain.
Solid Spidey story.