Penciler: Ryan Stegman
Inks: Ryan Stegman & Cam Smith
Color Art: Edgar Delgado
Letterer: Chris Eliopoulos
Release Date: May 22nd, 2013
Peter Parker is no more and that is obvious with the way that Otto is handling himself now. He has started to blow off M.J. and many people are starting to take notice that Spider-Man is not the guy he once was. Even the cops are starting to notice that he isn't leaving fun notes on the captured criminals that he leaves for them and that the criminals seem much more worse for wear than he used to leave them.
It is incredibly fun to see Otto running around as Spider-Man, fighting viciously, using his powers to the fullest extent instead of how Peter kept them pinned back so that he didn't hurt anyone. On the not superhero side of things, I am finding his relationship with Anna interesting as well and makes him feel a little less like a villain and more humanized.
I am also enjoying watching the water slowly start to boil which is the story that is connected to Green Goblin. We are starting to see Goblin collecting hoodlums for his henchmen and we are starting to finally see him move. I am intrigued as to how Otto is going to handle Peter's other greatest enemy.
With people noticing Spider-Man acting up, with Carly closing in on her investigation and with Green Goblin on the horizon this book is nothing short of fun. I am so incredibly excited to see where it is going and am beyond impressed with Dan Slott's work. I can hardly wait for issue #11 next month.