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Miguel O'Hara's crusade against the mysterious organization called FIST continues! But there's trouble in New York when the Inhuman Lash (y'know, the one from a little show called Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) arrives and breaks into Alchemax! Collecting: Spider-Man 2099 #6-10 Miguel O'Hara's crusade against the mysterious organization called FIST continues! But there's trouble in New York when the Inhuman Lash (y'know, the one from a little show called Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) arrives and breaks into Alchemax! Collecting: Spider-Man 2099 #6-10


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Miguel O'Hara's crusade against the mysterious organization called FIST continues! But there's trouble in New York when the Inhuman Lash (y'know, the one from a little show called Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) arrives and breaks into Alchemax! Collecting: Spider-Man 2099 #6-10 Miguel O'Hara's crusade against the mysterious organization called FIST continues! But there's trouble in New York when the Inhuman Lash (y'know, the one from a little show called Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) arrives and breaks into Alchemax! Collecting: Spider-Man 2099 #6-10

30 review for Spider-Man 2099, Volume 4: Gods and Women

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    Miguel meets a new Inhuman with a god complex and fights Lash who for some reason is now regular caucasian color instead of blue. I thought it was a bit dumb that someone would snap out of a coma and instantly think they are a god. I didn't care much for those issues. Then Miguel deals with the Fist and Tempest's family. The art is good but that white costume is terrible. It looks like something designed in Photoshop on Windows '95. Plus, Spider-Man should never have bootjets. He should be swingi Miguel meets a new Inhuman with a god complex and fights Lash who for some reason is now regular caucasian color instead of blue. I thought it was a bit dumb that someone would snap out of a coma and instantly think they are a god. I didn't care much for those issues. Then Miguel deals with the Fist and Tempest's family. The art is good but that white costume is terrible. It looks like something designed in Photoshop on Windows '95. Plus, Spider-Man should never have bootjets. He should be swinging from the rooftops, baby, and jumping around like a spider. Bring back the Death's Head costume!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Terence

    If things weren't crazy enough for Miguel O'Harra, one of his employees is a latent Inhuman and gets exposed to the terrigen mist. The Inhuman villain Lash also comes to claim her leading to a showdown with Spidey 2099. Do you like Spider-Man, but dislike his laughter filled optimism? If so read Spider-Man 2099 because Miguel O'Harra makes Peter Parker look like Mr. Rogers. He has super strength and anger problems luckily he doesn't get stronger the angrier he gets. It's rough, I'm surprised Pete If things weren't crazy enough for Miguel O'Harra, one of his employees is a latent Inhuman and gets exposed to the terrigen mist. The Inhuman villain Lash also comes to claim her leading to a showdown with Spidey 2099. Do you like Spider-Man, but dislike his laughter filled optimism? If so read Spider-Man 2099 because Miguel O'Harra makes Peter Parker look like Mr. Rogers. He has super strength and anger problems luckily he doesn't get stronger the angrier he gets. It's rough, I'm surprised Peter hasn't suspended Miguel's Spider privileged.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    [Read as single issues] Peter David and Will Sliney continue their basically unbroken Spider-Man 2099 run with this fourth trade, collecting the second set of issues from their second series, which brings Miguel into conflict with Lash, a new Inhuman, Man-Mountain Marko, and worst of all, Tempest's mother. The Tempest-Was-Pregnant-But-Died plot seemed wrong when it hit in the first issue, so it was nice to see that Peter David had a plan from the get-go, although Miguel is extremely forgiving of T [Read as single issues] Peter David and Will Sliney continue their basically unbroken Spider-Man 2099 run with this fourth trade, collecting the second set of issues from their second series, which brings Miguel into conflict with Lash, a new Inhuman, Man-Mountain Marko, and worst of all, Tempest's mother. The Tempest-Was-Pregnant-But-Died plot seemed wrong when it hit in the first issue, so it was nice to see that Peter David had a plan from the get-go, although Miguel is extremely forgiving of Tempest's mother despite all the horrible things she's done to him to keep Tempest away from him. It was nice to see Miggy fighting someone who wasn't a super-powered nutcase for a change, though. The Gloriana plotline feels a bit late, of the 'A new Inhuman emerges and gets attacked' variety that were all the rage during the post-Infinity world a few years back, but it works in terms of Spidey's ongoing plot, and ties into The Fist storyline that's going on too. Plus Lash has been criminally under-used since his original appearance, so seeing him back is a nice touch too. Will Sliney's art remains as solid as ever. Despite having had an issue of a title out for almost 18 months solid with no delays, there's never an drop in quality, and his proportions are improving where once they were a little off, especially when Spidey was contorted during his webswinging.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rocky Sunico

    This book was oddly meh since it was focused on setting up other story arcs and having the bad guys start to gather to form a new team to antagonize our futuristic Spider-Man. There's also Miguel finally finding out the fate of his girlfriend Tempest and then some. This book was oddly meh since it was focused on setting up other story arcs and having the bad guys start to gather to form a new team to antagonize our futuristic Spider-Man. There's also Miguel finally finding out the fate of his girlfriend Tempest and then some.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Alex E

    Terrigenesis causes chaos for Spidey 2099 in this volume. o One of the members of Miguel's science research team inhales the Terrigen mists and immediately goes into Terrigenesis. This leads to her turning into a very powerful Inhuman who apparently goes immediately insane and declares herself god. After an appearance by Lash to confiscate the Inhuman, where he is dealt with swiftly by her, she begins her reign of terror. Spidey ends up pushing her to isolate herself remotely, which is probably t Terrigenesis causes chaos for Spidey 2099 in this volume. o One of the members of Miguel's science research team inhales the Terrigen mists and immediately goes into Terrigenesis. This leads to her turning into a very powerful Inhuman who apparently goes immediately insane and declares herself god. After an appearance by Lash to confiscate the Inhuman, where he is dealt with swiftly by her, she begins her reign of terror. Spidey ends up pushing her to isolate herself remotely, which is probably the best outcome of this situation. I must admit that this volume didn't do much for me. I felt the Inhuman angle was crowbarred in and poorly executed. It seemed that Peter David just wanted some kind of Inhuman tie in and had to force it into the book somehow. The last issue has to do with the (semi) introduction to the 2099 version of the Sinister Six, which is probably the best part of about the whole volume. I was about to drop this book, but the Sinister Six thing has me curious, so I will give it one more shot.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Anchorpete

    In modern superhero comics, put out by the main two, Peter David seems to be the one writer whose personality really shows in the dialogue of his characters. Let me, clarify that a bit- Any Marvel book written by Warren Ellis is dripping with his personality, in every line of dialogue. Bendis' characters all had the same kind of Bendis flavored Dialogue. Peter David's personality shows through in his work, and there is always this corny attempt at being hip and clever with every thing the main c In modern superhero comics, put out by the main two, Peter David seems to be the one writer whose personality really shows in the dialogue of his characters. Let me, clarify that a bit- Any Marvel book written by Warren Ellis is dripping with his personality, in every line of dialogue. Bendis' characters all had the same kind of Bendis flavored Dialogue. Peter David's personality shows through in his work, and there is always this corny attempt at being hip and clever with every thing the main characters say. I still love it, though. I will take corny attempts at being hip over generic dialogue and storytelling any day, though. who really cares about the Spider-Man of 2099, let a lone his corporate assistant? Each of these characters has their own distinct personality, with David's voice, and by the end of the book, I am actually caring about them.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Silas

    I really enjoyed previous volumes of Spider-Man 2099 since his coming to the present day, and counted him as one of my favorite characters. I found I really did not like him very much in this volume. They are clearly setting up something big, and tying Miguel into some more areas of the present day universe, with some Inhuman and possibly mutant characters, and at the end of the volume, sends him back to his time, which has come back, but is very different and much worse than it was when he left I really enjoyed previous volumes of Spider-Man 2099 since his coming to the present day, and counted him as one of my favorite characters. I found I really did not like him very much in this volume. They are clearly setting up something big, and tying Miguel into some more areas of the present day universe, with some Inhuman and possibly mutant characters, and at the end of the volume, sends him back to his time, which has come back, but is very different and much worse than it was when he left. What I really didn't enjoy about this volume is how uncharacteristically angry Miguel was, and while I can accept that different circumstances lead to different actions, it just wasn't as enjoyable to read, either. I hope that future volumes will see more of a return to form for Miguel, even as the story seeds here come together.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kay

    Enjoyable, but definitely a bridge book. Jasmine (Miguel's assistant) gets hurt in the fight between Rhonda (her gf/a new Inhuman god) and Spider-Man, and ends up on the same hospital floor as Tempest! (Crazy coincidence to move the plot forward!) Miguel moves Tempest to a private facility (with Peter Parker's help), he then confronts Tempest's mother as Spider-Man & then gets sent back into the future by The Fist (using Rhonda/"Gloriana"). It's a tidy little volume, and a good read, but it's a bi Enjoyable, but definitely a bridge book. Jasmine (Miguel's assistant) gets hurt in the fight between Rhonda (her gf/a new Inhuman god) and Spider-Man, and ends up on the same hospital floor as Tempest! (Crazy coincidence to move the plot forward!) Miguel moves Tempest to a private facility (with Peter Parker's help), he then confronts Tempest's mother as Spider-Man & then gets sent back into the future by The Fist (using Rhonda/"Gloriana"). It's a tidy little volume, and a good read, but it's a bit of a place holder for whatever is next to come in the story.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Villain E

    It's so weird to read comics which are written as a monthly series, rather than 4-6 issue story arcs. I'm not used to it anymore, and I didn't realize what I was reading at first. Miguel has the obligatory newly hatched Inhuman encounter with a super powerful woman who dubs herself Glorianna. Then he finds out his girlfriend is still alive and confronts her mother to find out why. Then he ends up in yet another alternate 2099. As always, Peter David writes a very readable story. It's so weird to read comics which are written as a monthly series, rather than 4-6 issue story arcs. I'm not used to it anymore, and I didn't realize what I was reading at first. Miguel has the obligatory newly hatched Inhuman encounter with a super powerful woman who dubs herself Glorianna. Then he finds out his girlfriend is still alive and confronts her mother to find out why. Then he ends up in yet another alternate 2099. As always, Peter David writes a very readable story.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Adan

    Turns out I missed this trade when I read the other Spidey 2099 collections, so this explained how Miguel went from pining over his not-dead fiancée Tempest to being in the future, but I almost wish I hadn’t bothered. There’s some Inhumanity stuff with one of Miguel’s employee’s girlfriend going crazy after transformation, and really left-field stuff with Tempest’s mom, and it’s just ugh. Ugh all around.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Gabriel

    The new spider-man 2099 series is a reboot of Miguel O'Hara as the future spider-man. This comic touches not only about Peter Parker but about the adventures of Miguel in the past he time travels to. (Peter Parker's time) His goal is to find out why the future city of New York was destroyed and who was behind the attack. But Miguel comes across a god like being and discovers that his girlfriend is alive. This delays him from finding the answers he needs. The new spider-man 2099 series is a reboot of Miguel O'Hara as the future spider-man. This comic touches not only about Peter Parker but about the adventures of Miguel in the past he time travels to. (Peter Parker's time) His goal is to find out why the future city of New York was destroyed and who was behind the attack. But Miguel comes across a god like being and discovers that his girlfriend is alive. This delays him from finding the answers he needs.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Scott Lee

    A Peter David book is never bad. This one is pretty good. David plays with some of the newer toys of the Marvel Universe--like readily available Terrigen Mists, etc. Miguel deals with a couple of problems, and in the process finds out his girlfriend's mom lied to him about her dying...I feel a bit like I'm still waiting for something to happen though. A Peter David book is never bad. This one is pretty good. David plays with some of the newer toys of the Marvel Universe--like readily available Terrigen Mists, etc. Miguel deals with a couple of problems, and in the process finds out his girlfriend's mom lied to him about her dying...I feel a bit like I'm still waiting for something to happen though.

  13. 5 out of 5

    The Fizza

    2.5 STARS

  14. 5 out of 5

    Najib Saman

    9a9aa

  15. 4 out of 5

    Adam Fisher

    This time Miguel crosses paths with Inhumans! One of his colleagues at work is exposed to the Terrigen Mists and becomes Glorianna, who has a severe "God Complex". After hurting an innocent (her girlfriend), she runs off to hide and is later recruited by The Fist. The second half deals with Miguel finding out that Tempest is still alive. After taking down a strongman, she gets transferred to a private facility. What will become of her is yet to be seen. But I really enjoyed the ending. In a battle This time Miguel crosses paths with Inhumans! One of his colleagues at work is exposed to the Terrigen Mists and becomes Glorianna, who has a severe "God Complex". After hurting an innocent (her girlfriend), she runs off to hide and is later recruited by The Fist. The second half deals with Miguel finding out that Tempest is still alive. After taking down a strongman, she gets transferred to a private facility. What will become of her is yet to be seen. But I really enjoyed the ending. In a battle with The Fist to reclaim Glorianna, Spidey 2099 is sent back to 2099! He encounters Venom 2099 and another creature who take him down very quickly. Back in 2099? What will happen? And why does 2099 look so different? Spider-Man 2099 is always a good read, yet wouldn't top my high recommends. Read if it interests you.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    Collects Spider-Man 2099 (2015) issues #6-10 This is as epic of a story as I would have liked from this time-traveler, but it is still a really fun corner of the Spider-Verse. I feel like I don't know anything about FIST, but apparently they are Miguel's main opponents. Other villains appeared in this collection, but the best stuff tended to tie in to Miguel's personal life. I continue to love the new costume. The art in here is awesome. I do feel like the game pieces are being put into place for Collects Spider-Man 2099 (2015) issues #6-10 This is as epic of a story as I would have liked from this time-traveler, but it is still a really fun corner of the Spider-Verse. I feel like I don't know anything about FIST, but apparently they are Miguel's main opponents. Other villains appeared in this collection, but the best stuff tended to tie in to Miguel's personal life. I continue to love the new costume. The art in here is awesome. I do feel like the game pieces are being put into place for something big. I tend to trust Peter David as a writer.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    There are a lot of promising bits in this volume and I want some answers not more build-up... What is going to happen with Tempest? What is REALLY going on with her mom? WTF is up with Captain America 2099? What happened to 2099? When will there be answers?!?!?!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Evans

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jipi Perreault

  20. 5 out of 5

    Beelzefuzz

  21. 4 out of 5

    Paolo D'Alessandro

  22. 4 out of 5

    Christine L

  23. 4 out of 5

    Rui Mateus

  24. 5 out of 5

    Simon Treeton

  25. 5 out of 5

    Brian

  26. 5 out of 5

    Brian

  27. 5 out of 5

    Susan

  28. 5 out of 5

    Nathaniel D'Amour

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jason

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