November 14, 2011 - Yup. He's here.
But I will lean to Spider-Man
Torn to shreds
From outta everything. This brings the book back. Nice writing here, kids. We see SOLAR release his darker half - and it's been brewing for a while - but I wanted to see much more of a conflict with Darque. Oh, well. I guess if he truly confronted him, it's be much more quick, right?
Best part of this book was how when the two entities really separate from each other, both halves become better people. While I don't entirely wrap my head around the Destroyer being a better dude - and a lot of that is to come in the future issues - it is a great introduced concept here. Well done book. Great.
How could they have done it?
I am still stunned by this comic. Just reading through all of these books, it becomes more and more clear that the focal part of the editing was on the Spider-Man book. So much from each one of these characters still remains in them.
Now, the Enforcers appear, too. As one of the few duds in the Spider-Man villain arsenal, they now appear alongside a real criminal. The identity of the Green Goblin remains hidden throughout the issue - appropriately, I think. The book could assign anyone to it. But the Hulk appearing? Strange - but not outside of possibility.