Written by Brian Michael Bendis
Art by Sara Pichelli
Miles Morales is having a tough time keeping his grades up and being Spider-Man at the same time. His mother is concerned and brings in her mother to help straighten out young Miles. Only Miles' father knows the Spider-Man secret so he does not share the same level of concern and is not happy with Grandma's methods. We also get a cameo from Ms. Marvel and we find out more of how Black Cat feels about the new Spider-Man swinging around town.
Issue number three continues to paint the picture that Miles Morales is a teenager having a tough time dealing with being an adolescent and a superhero at the same time. Most of this book is devoted to this notion. I'm hoping Black Cat gets things going pretty quick as I'm looking forward to Spider-Man facing a foe rather than just being a teen and reading attempts at teen talk(does anyone really say totes in seriousness?).
Sara Pichelli is a wonderful artist. There wasn't much action in this book but there were plenty of emotions and she was able to have the characters show that emotion through their faces and body language.
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