Another excellent issue of USM, this book’s not getting as much press as it was at the start (the comics ‘media’ have forgotten about race and dropped it for the shiny new toy that is sexuality), but it’s improved month on month. I loved the opening flashback to a young Miles hanging out with his Uncle. Back then, his rogue Uncle was cool, but now he’s dangerous. The fight between Spider-Man, Prowler and Scorpion was probably the best action sequence we’ve had so far, David Marquez’s art was brilliant, and Bendis’ dialogue was spot on, I love how Miles’ in-fight banter is kind of crappy, he doesn’t know what he’s doing when it comes to that, let alone fighting. I also like how Bendis had him use the powers that are exclusive to him, it’s good that he has different tricks than Peter did. Speaking of the late Mister Parker, the last page was a tantalising tease, Aunt May and Gwen are back State-side, and May wants to meet the new Spidey, I am looking forward to and dreading that scene, I’m sure Bendis will write it well, but it could be emotionally devastating for Aunt May. This really is one of Marvel’s best books, and the best thing is, we only have to wait a week for more Miles! Spider-Men begins next week, I’m wary of the premise, but I trust Bendis to deliver despite it.