Miles Morales: Spider-Man, Vol. 1: Straight Out Of Brooklyn
  • Miles Morales: Spider-Man, Vol. 1: Straight Out Of Brooklyn
  • Miles Morales: Spider-Man, Vol. 1: Straight Out Of Brooklyn
ISBN: 1302914782
EAN13: 9781302914783
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 30, 2019
Pages: 136
Weight: 1.1133344231 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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5
   Great!
It is cool that sometimes I can see his expressions through the mask.
 
5
   Great
Brian Michael Bendis did a great job with Miles Morales and Saladin ahmed well, but he could have done Ganke a bit better than that it was great. Here are the edit miles great, the judge is great and the art is great 55.
 
1
   okayish
Some bad language, the story moves pretty quickly, and it is just a bad story, I have nothing left to say, but I have to have at least 20 words.
 
3
   Ganke is sorely missing
A very solid first outing for Brian Michael Bendis as he steps into the shoes of size 18 that Ahmed left behind. This was not half bad at all. I liked how Miles teams with the Rhino to find some missing children. I dug seeing a different side of Rhino. That seems to be one of Black Bolt's strengths, since he successfully used the absorbing man to be Ahmed's best friend in this title. Where this fell apart for me, some of it is the lack of supporting cast outside Barbara. Almost everyone else was almost nonexistent, especially Ganke. The book could have certainly used more of Ganke's humor and wide-eyed amazement. The subplots with the assistant principal also felt very old and hacked. I half expected him to call Miles a slacker, as he seemed to step out of Back to the Future directly. That's some professionalism that is rarely seen by comic book artists today.
 
5
   Worth the Money
My six-year-old son had no idea what a comic was, so it was time to educate without risking too much money on classics. I enjoyed reading the comic book! I bought it for him. Either way, this was a great purchase to test it.
 
4
   Impressive!
Feels like they were trying to recapture some of the best of the original 1960s issues without, eg, recycling the stories.
 
5
   Why Miles is.The best
Despite being in the same boat as Peter in daily life problems, Miles is definitely better because he knows how to handle life and he makes a satisfying breath of fresh air for heroes.
 
5
   Best Version of Miles
The author made Miles Morales the most fun spiderman I have ever read in years. He is such a delightful character and the stories around him are super genuine and fun to read.
 
5
   Perfect combination of character, writing, and art.
Absolutely magical ''. Saladin Ahmed continues to show why he is the best writer in this medium today. He groks character, the milieu and collaborating with visual artists as well as anyone. The artwork fits Ahmed's writing like a glove. I once read this, immersed in the story. And I finished my third reading just for fun.
 
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