Review: Peter Parker & Miles Morales Spider-Men: Double Trouble #1
I never understood the term “ frenemies “ until I became an adult. It’s a term that has been casually thrown around, but many don’t see it in its full context. They see it as people who we get along with but aren’t quite friends. A different type of acquaintance. The unfunny truth is that we don’t get to see the true selves of many of our friends.
That is why when “friends” throw slights at you, the air of betrayal enters your relationship with them. It fels as if this person you knew, you really didn’t. Whenever a friend thinks they are better than another, it was never a friendship at all, but someone they saw as they can better. In Parker & Miles Morales Spider-Men: Double Trouble #1, Miles son finds out exactly what Peters thinks of him, and how
We find Miles meting up with Peter who has been cohabitating with Venom and needs Miles for “Take Your Sidekick To Work Day,” something that completely pisses off Miles. Peter takes Miles to a top secret warehouse full of Super Villain weapons. Of this is where everything goes wrong, as Peter screws and unleashes a flurry of furry beasts. By the issue’s end, Miles saves the day but gets trapped and Peter goes on a search to find him.
Overall, Parker & Miles Morales Spider-Men: Double Trouble #1 is an excellent debut issue that proves why these characters are so beloved. The story by the creators is fantastic. The art by the creative team is beautiful. Altogether, a story that Spiderman fans of all ages will love.
Story: Mariko Tamaki and Vita Ayala Art: Gurihiru Letterer: Cory Petit
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy
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Purchase: TFAW – Zeus Comics – comiXology/Kindle