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zeus

Location: Plano, IL
Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
Subj: Non-Stop #3
Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2021 at 09:01:15 pm EDT (Viewed 139 times)


More of the same, mostly. The story lives up to the title. Spider-Man barely stays ahead of the Zapata Brothers. Nora Winters saves the day by explaining things to the now genius Zapatas. The Zapata Brothers listen to Nora, and decide to turn on their employers because their victims were all minorities. Spider-Man catches up to Zemo, so we have that to look forward to next issue.

It's a shame the Zapata Brothers died this issue. This is my first exposure to them, and I thought they were a lot of fun.

I mostly like the series. I like the whimsical narration, I LOVE how Peter's "spider sense" is depicted. The art seemed a lot clearer this time. Maybe I'm just getting used to it.

Zemo calling the Zapata Brothers' brains exploding the funniest thing he's ever seen was pretty awesome. I wish Zemo maintained the complicated characterization that Nicieza built up for him over time in Thunderbolts, but if I HAVE to read a purely villainous Zemo, Joe Kelly's version is pretty engaging.


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