Spider-Man and Captain Marvel continue their Boston adventure, and everything was wrapped in a nice fashion. Robyn Hood is revealed to be a robot that was built by a bank to infiltrate the Occupy Movement and in the end she sacrifices herself in an Iron Giant-esque fashion. I certainly wasn’t expecting this story to go there, and the idea of undercover robots in protest movements is such a weird Marvel Universe meets the real world concept that I can’t help but love it. This issue also continued to develop the fun relationship between Spidey and Captain Marvel, they have different personalities, but they work well together, and DeConnick has a good take on Spider-Man. I especially liked how Carol, as a pilot, new the same kind of Physics as nerd-boy Parker did. The Dodson’s art was very good again, I know it’s a bit cheese-cakey, but they draw powerful women, and that’s what Captain Marvel is. This was a fun little arc, and I hope at least some of the people who read AvSM also check out Captain Marvel’s solo series, that’s what Marvel Team-Ups are supposed to do right? Use the power of Spider-Man to help other books?