Welcome back zappers, Im Devin Curry with http://Shazap.com. Your online video source for comic book news and reviews. Follow me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/devincurry. This is part three of Kraven’s first hunt and reads really well. The action was great and it had just the right amount of humor and humanity to bring the story to life in a way that only Peter Parker can. This story also upped my respect for Pete’s roommate Vin because of how he handled himself in this fight. He really stepped us, MGH or no and took it to the huntress. He didn’t run away from the fight initially until Spiderman, as Daredevil, stepped in and told him to get out. The art looks great. I have always been a huge fan of Phil Jimenez and I love what he does on the pages. He has a great balance of reality and fantasy in his drawings that shows the far out action but makes it believable. There were a few things that I didn’t like though. The first was Vermin showing up and saving the day. It was a bit of a cop out didn’t give the resolution that the great fight we were witnessing deserved. The other was how Spidey explained things to Vin. It made him look like a real jerk wasn’t necessary. I understand that he needed to keep Vin from asking questions but I don’t think that was the best way to handle it. This was a great arch though and I love the new villain. It’s no big surprise that it’s Kraven’s daughter and I like her because as her mom said, she is her father’s daughter and the outcome of this story was very similar to how an old Kraven story would have gone. Good job Spidey brain trust. Distributed by Tubemogul.