An enjoyable tie-in to Spider-Island, and one which made great use of giving Black Panther spider-powers, in that it just added to his bad-assery. It was a cool idea from Liss to have the issue be narrated not by T’Challa, but by Z-List Spider-Man villain Overdrive. The mind of a minor villain is a perspective we haven’t seen very often, and it was cool to see, and I ended up actually quite liking Overdrive and his reluctance to get involved in the fight between Panther and Lady Bullseye. The art by Franco Francavilla was great as usual, and he used some very interesting panel layouts that really added to the story. Plus that cover! Brilliant. I also really dug how Liss used this tie-in to further his own story, introducting the Kingpin as a foe for the Panther and the idea of everyone’s favourite fatty trying to take over Wakanda. In many ways it was unimportant that Black Panther and Lady Bullseye were spidered up, which was different.