Review: Spider-Man 2099: Exodus #2

Spider-Man 2099: Exodus #2

I enjoyed the first issue of Spider-Man 2099: Exodus. There was a nice return to the classic world and characters. For someone who read the line of comics when it first came out, it was absolute nostalgia that hooked me. Spider-Man 2099: Exodus #2 I think improves on the formula continuing to expand the world but also focused on the quest at hand.

Written by Steve Orlando, the comic begins with Spider-Man 2099 attempting to recruit another individual for his mission. From there, we get the story of Loki 2099 and what has happened to the gods of Asgard.

It’s an interesting story and one that adds a lot to the world of 2099 with a tragic story that looks at the past as well as the future of that corner of the Marvel Universe. It’s a solid story that way that answers some questions and sets up a nice future for Asgard as well.

The art by Marco Castiello is solid. With color by Antonio Fabela and lettering by Joe Caramagna, the comic has a feel that’s nice mix of western, fantasy, and the futuristic world. There’s an interesting design to everything and the characters Loki comes across. The feel of it all reminds me a lot of Marvel’s futuristic “Old Man” world of stories which also blended a western aesthetic with the world of superheroes.

Spider-Man 2099: Exodus #2 is a solid comic that builds on its world infusing different genres in an already intriguing story. It switches things up a lot taking what feels like inspiration from other genres than what have been explored in the past with the line. Overall, it feels like it celebrates the 2099 of the past while setting up the 2099 of the future.

Story: Steve Orlando Art: Marco Castiello
Color: Antonio Fabela Letterer: Joe Caramagna
Story: 7.85 Art: 7.85 Overall: 7.85 Recommendation: Buy

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