Sunday, October 26, 2008

Spider-Man #56 (Part 3 of 3!)



Which one is the clone?! By the time this story ends... you won't care!


I decided to do something special for this recap, possibly something I'll do more of in the future. Also, I know I was going to release it on Halloween, but since it's done and everything, I figure what the hey. The previous two recaps can be found here:

Part 1

Part 2


15 comments:

Spectre said...

DUN DUN DUUUUNNNNNN

And

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

I loved those parts. You should do more reviews this way. Very entertaining. :D

Nate Winchester said...

Awesome. You should do like a youtube series or something.

Lewis Lovhaug said...

I do plan on putting it on Youtube, but I'm holding off on it because I'm hoping to earn a little extra scratch with advertisement money from Revver and Blip. Youtube will give it the most exposure, though.

Trencher said...

Omg I remember reading this I had to order if from Sweeden for it was not sold in my conuntry anymore at this time..
I remember my young self being annoyed with the Scryer wathtching Kaine watching the spidermen. Later when fricking JUDAS started to watch Scryer watching Kaine watching the spidermen I thought it had to be some kind of weird self parody of some sort.

Lewis Lovhaug said...

From what I've read, no one knew who Judas Traveler was or what the hell his deal was when they first created him. His original writer just liked using him for some reason.

While I don't mind seeing these types in Spidey's universe on occasion, they just don't reall work a lot of the time.

Anonymous said...

Two comments.

First: I really like this format. It's much easier to associate your comments with the art when it's a video. I agree you should do more reviews like this.
Second: I like your hat.

Lewis Lovhaug said...

Everybody loves my hat. :D

LV said...

You are incredible. Why don't you do video posts for the first two parts of this review?

Lewis Lovhaug said...

I've been considering it, but part of the problem is that the other two parts aren't as bad as the third one.

LV said...

While this remains true, the other two parts do require highlighting that can only come with the visual medium of film. Besides, your voice acting is much superior to the of the majority of the dribble we get with the DC or Marvel video games today. It always makes the comic travesties more appealing than they have any right to be. Of course, your sense of humour, delivery, and your facial expressions make every crack all that much more enjoyable.

cyberwasteland said...

This storyline was followed by the much better arc of: "POD JESUS!!!"

shikome kido mi said...

Wait... So the Jackal's brilliant plan was to put himself in a genetic restructuring machine that worked really slowly (by comic book standards) and then send out a clone of himself to deal with Spiderman (which would have rendered his genetic enhancements pointless) by making a clone of Spiderman?
Then the clone made a clone of himself that turned into Carrion somehow?
And this was all according to his plan, because he expected the first plan to fail and spending years trapped in a tube was fine because he'd ruin Spiderman by... having a copy of him that wasn't loyal to the Jackal at all?
Ouch, my head. If you're going to clone people at least have some sort of control override or something.

Anonymous said...

Well, Jackal made it clear that we aren't supposed to take his word for anything. For all we know, he might as well be a messed up clone of the original Miles Warren.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Looking at this video, it's clear you've come a long way!

Robert Woldt said...

You look so skinny!