REVIEW: Spooky Action in Spine-Tingling Spider-Man #7
In Spine-Tingling Spider-Man #7 by Saladin Ahmed and Juan Ferreyra, with lettering by Joe Sabino and production by Annie Cheng, we get to see what happens when the Sleep-Stealer has trapped Peter Parker in the realm of dreams… and it continues to be a wholly spooky affair!
Spine-Tingling Spider-Man #1
In this issue, we once again get a story that takes great advantage of the WEBTOON-style scrolling format of the exclusive Infinity Comics on Marvel Unlimited. While previous entries have used this to show a New York City timeline that looks somewhat realistic, in this episode, we get to see the technique applied to a nightmarish dream realm… and the spooky result is something to behold!
Furthermore, this series continues to emphasize that part of responsibility is standing tall in the face of fear… even if you don’t know if that means you will be harmed. This theme has been important to the ongoing Beyond storyline in Amazing Spider-Man, and we see some of those same core elements of Peter in both stories.
Plus, the antagonist in this story remains a spooky entity who is a lot of fun to look at! I hope that Spider-Man can help the people the Sleep-Stealer has trapped escape from this horrific realm!
Spooky Reading on Marvel Unlimited
If you’re interested in reading Spine-Tingling Spider-Man for yourself, beware: this Infinity Comic continues to amp up the spooky elements at every turn! However, if you’re prepared to steel yourself and venture through this nightmarish narrative, all seven episodes that have been released since October 2021 are available to read now on Marvel Unlimited.
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