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Savage Spider-Man #2 


I hoped that Savage Spider-Man #2 would start to turn this franchise around. Sadly Savage Spider-Man #2 is worse than Savage Spider-Man #1. How can they continue to make this new comic even worse? Please note there will be spoilers in this review. Savage Spider-Man #2 picks up where the last one left off. The Savage Spider-Man is the alpha in control of these monsters. Baron Zemo is trying to reason with the Savage Spider-Man. The Savage Spider-Man wants to kill Baron Zemo. Which is really strange for a Spider-Man character in my opinion.

Thankfully Savage Spider-Man does not kill Baron Zemo in Savage Spider-Man #2. Some of Baron Zemo's people arrive in time and kill off the tribe. Savage Spider-Man is left alone and gets captured. Baron Zemo keeps Savage Spider-Man on a leash at the end of Savage Spider-Man #2. It feels so weird for there to be a tribe and then they are just killed off that quickly. What was the point? The first page of Savage Spider-Man #2 contains a light recap of what this odd world is all about. There are also a group of people called The Immaculatum that are enacting genetic experiments.

The issues families will have with Savage Spider-Man #2 are lack of attire, enticement to lust, violence, blood, gore, and more. There are numerous woke politics thrown into Savage Spider-Man #2. Honestly I felt like they had no place and it did not really fit the storyline. This is what bothers so many families all over the world. Why do radicals on the political left feel the need to add their beliefs into entertainment? Whenever we Christians do it we are attacked viciously. The same treatment is not given to those on the political left as they do it over and over again.

There is twenty-two pages of comic book content within Savage Spider-Man #2. There are ads that are thrown in here and there and at the end of Savage Spider-Man #2. The artwork within Savage Spider-Man #2 is decent. Savage Spider-Man #2 does contain some language issues that are better than I was expecting. The monsters within Savage Spider-Man #2 are extremely gross looking. The well known Spider-Man humor is missing badly in Savage Spider-Man #2. Baron Zemo does not miss the humor and mentions it in Savage Spider-Man #2.

Savage Spider-Man goes from king of the hill to being a slave in Savage Spider-Man #2. Baron Zemo goes from being in danger of losing his life to leaving this island with a prize. What does Baron Zemo even want with Savage Spider-Man? Hopefully I will find out in the next issue. I am already debating how much more of this comic book I want to read. There have been multiple problems, issues and warning signs within Savage Spider-Man #2. I doubt I will read much past issue #5. Savage Spider-Man needs to seriously turn it around and quickly.
- Paul


Graphics: 55%
Writing: 60%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Story: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%

System: Comic Book
Publisher: Marvel
Author: Kelly, Sandoval, Nava, Sotomayor
Rating: ‘T’ for THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY

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