I'm beginning to think that Hell is a comic book forum.
Connors cutting off his arm and feeding it to the Modell lizard was funny.
Which makes you wonder why she would be trying to manipulate Peter. I'd monitor that bite from Morbius, too. Very carefully.
It will go down in history that video games and potato chips stopped the Lizard; all that was missing from this issue was Uatu rolling a jay.
Empty winds scrape on the soul never stop to realize/Animal whisperings intoxicate the night
Hypnotize the desperate slow motionlight/Wash away into the rain
Blood, milk and sky....
I thought it was a good issue.
Not a perfect story though,because i thought Spider-Man went overboard by beating the Morbius that much.
Spider-Man could have suspected that Morbius was being controlled.
So Spider-Man beating Morbius,while Morbius tries to explain himself reflects badly on Spider-Man.
Other than that,over all this keeps being a good story.
I hope that Silver Sable is alive,after all the effort to make Sable a relevant character in the Spidey stories it was baffling to see her dying in the Ends of Earth story arc.
So would be cool that Sable was actually alive.
The lizard personality struglling with the human emotions makes this a interesting Lizard story.
And the clifhanger is exciting.
Looking forward to see how will be Spider-Man able to save the situation in a locked down Horizon Labs full of Lizards creatures.
Pull List:Uncanny Avengers,Avengers,Superior Spider-Man,Daredevil,All New X-Men,Hawkeye,Captain America,Thor:God of Thunder,Swamp Thing,Morbius,Thunderbolts,Iron Man,Fatale.
And in Legion of Monsters, he almost destroyed the sewer cities just because it was easier than saving them.
Sure, Morbius has saved the world a few times, but he's still a weak, arrogant monster who takes the easier route just to save himself the trouble.
Morbius:Um, hello, N'Kantu? Yeah, hi...Well, you know, something happened at work-No, not anything to do that, just, you know, Spider-Man and stuff...Oh, I just had one of my bad days, attacked a co-worker and, sorta, am being charged with grave robbing...No, it was, um, Billy Conners...Oh, you read about that...Well, actually, I think he was 13, actually...N'Kantu? No, don't hang-up! Please, don't hang-up!
No, I think even his best friends, Dr. Strange, Jack Russel, the Living Mummy, would probably rather just leave him to think about what he's done for a few days. Plus, staying in prison would probably keep him safe from Blade and the Punisher, who would probably see this as a good time to rethink their stance on their, "Morbius is too pitiful to murder" stance.