Mark Bernardo comic
Tales of the Marvel Universe takes place in that quiet time between when the heroes were believed dead and when they would make their inevitable return. This one-shot title contains a variety of stories wherein those that remain take care of old business. Ka-Zar feels the loss even in the Savage Land; the friends of the Fantastic Four hatch a scheme to keep their equipment from being impounded by the government; Rhodey (War Machine) hatches a similar scheme to prevent Fujikawa from learning all of Tony Stark’s secrets; and Doctor Strange learns that the heroes are not truly dead.
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
This is an entertaining comic for regular Spidey readers, with a fairly deep knowledge of Spidey's background, and a decent understanding of the clone saga. As I said, there are a lot of inside jokes. It is worth zippo to anybody that is new to Spider-man. The script is clever, and the art was acceptable, although not great. Many people were not satisfied by the revelations in Spider-man 75 and the Osborn Journal, but this issue proves that it could have been a lot worse. Mary Jane's a hologram?!
- Issue #101 Ways to End the Clone Saga Full (3 years ago)