Spider-Man teams up with the all-new Captain Marvel a week before the character even becomes Captain Marvel! It’s odd timing, but it works as a good introduction to Kelly-Sue DeConnick’s take on Carol Danvers, and perhaps this way more readers will pick up the new title. I certainly am more likely to get Captain Marvel #1 next week after enjoying this fun issue. Carol is giving Peter Parker a lift to Boston to visit Aunt May, but of course, trouble ensues as they run into a crazed teenage activist/bank robber and the Private Security Forces after. The bank robber is a fun villain, and hey, she may not even be the villain. DeConnick portrays the gung-ho Private Security Robots as just as bad if not worse than ‘Robyn Hood’. There’s plenty of funny dialogue between Spider-Man and Robyn Hood, and I liked how tough and no-nonsense Captain Marvel was, she’s from a military background and that’s often forgotten. The artwork comes from the Dodsons, which is a good fit, they do sexy well, but they don’t over-do it, which is perfect for a female superhero. Yes, Captain Marvel is a pretty lady, but she’s more than that.