REVIEW: Spine-Tingling Spider-Man Infinity Comic #4
In the fourth issue of the Spine-Tingling Spider-Man Infinity Comic on Marvel Unlimited by Saladin Ahmed, Juan Ferreyra, and Joe Sabino, with production by Annie Cheng, it seems as though Spider-Man has to figure out how to defeat the song he has stuck in his head… or he’s going to end up stuck in his own head, for good!
Spine-Tingling Spider-Man #4
Just like the previous issues of the Spine-Tingling Spider-Man Infinity Comic, this one takes great advantage of the scrolling format of these scrolling webcomic-style stories. This is apparent both in the movement of Spider-Man (as usual for this series) and in the reveal of the mental landscape in which Peter Parker finds himself stranded. I especially enjoyed the dreamlike landscape of the world inside our favorite wall-crawler’s mind.
The issue also gives us a nightmarish glimpse of the antagonist who could be behind the malignant song (which you can even listen to yourself on the Marvel website, if you dare).
By the time this issue is over, we learn that Aunt May is in peril (which is not too surprising). However, because of the fact that we saw Smyth senior pass away after being “infected” by the song in this issue, the stakes seem sufficiently significant!
Spider-Man Infinity Comic
While this series was perfect for the season when it debuted back in October, it’s continued to prove to be an essential read thanks to its commitment to putting Spidey in legitimately terrifying scenarios.
If you want to check out the spooky Spine-Tingling Spider-Man Infinity Comic for yourself, the first four episodes are available to read now on Marvel Unlimited.
Have you had a chance to read the Spine-Tingling Spider-Man Infinity Comic? What did you think? Let us know in the comment section, Marvel Blog True Believers!