Before you ask, no, I haven’t seen the Amazing Spider-Man movie yet, I’m working on it. But until I do get off my ass and get to the cinema, this Lizard-centric story arc is a good substitute. The idea of the Lizard being trapped inside Curt Connors’ body is a very clever one, a neat reversal of the traditional Lizard concept, and it’s a lot of fun to see him hiding in plain sight and manipulating everyone. But having said that, it looks like there’s still a little bit of Curt left there somewhere, as evidenced by him seeing Billy instead of Uatu. It’s interesting how this story is using Morbius, he’s really being shown as sympathetic here, and I’m worried about Spider-Man going too far, he’s pissed off with him because of what the Lizard did (and also because of what Morbius did himself) and the cumulative effect of the last few months of stories is pushing Peter to the edge. I know Marvel would never have Spider-Man kill anyone, but the story is called ‘No Turning Back’. It was good to see Madame Web return too, especially since we got another teaser for what’s coming up. Who’s that old goateed dude in the mask? Is it Jay Jameson?