Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Vol. 2 Read Online Free - Miles Morales has only been in the Marvel Universe a short time, and now he’s in the middle of a war! But as Marvel’s heroes are torn apart by CIVIL WAR II, which side will Miles choose? Or can he and his Avengers friends Nova and Ms. Marvel find their own way? Things really get complicated when the future-seeing Inhuman Ulysses has a vision that puts Miles at the top of the most-wanted list! What terrible prediction could change the way the world looks at this young Spider-Man? Miles becomes a target, fighting to survive. Does he have any hope of escaping his pursuers — or his fate? Plus: Discover the untold history of Miles’ father! What was life like for Jefferson Davis before his son was born — back when he was an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.?!
Collecting: SPIDER-MAN (2016) #6-11
|Title||:||Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Vol. 2|
|Number of Pages||:||136 pages|
June 17, 2017
Miles plays a huge role in Civil War II, so it's not a big surprise that this volume mostly deals with that fight and the different forms of fallout that come from it. I'm sure it will annoy some people more than others that this title was hijacked so soon by another 'Event'...and rightly so. I m...
March 07, 2018
Hmm. Yeah, unfortunately the post-Secret Wars Miles Morales stuff isn’t an improvement over the post-Cataclysm crap. Event comics have completely ruined this character. And if that wasn’t enough, here comes another one in the form of Civil War II to compound the fuck-up! Jesus, what a mess Brian...
July 09, 2017
The regular issues collected here were pretty good; one of them was even great. The Civil War II crossover issues, on the other hand, were a waste of paper.
November 25, 2017
Miles Morales life is full of drama. His grades are suffering because of his superhero actions so his grandmother hired a private eye to learn what's going on with him. Gainke told a total stranger Miles' secret identity. A new Inhuman has shown up with a power that will lead to heroes fighting e...
July 10, 2017
Miles reacts to all the stuff going on with him in Civil War II. Plus, his dad's got some secrets. Jessica Jones has also been hired by Miles's grandmother to find out his secret.
The Good: Brian Michael Bendis! I hope we never live in a world where someone besides Bendis is writing this book. Yea...
June 12, 2017
So far, the Ulitmates version of Miles Morales was infinitely superior. This just isn't as good, complete with retconning the death of his mother and the addition of his over-the-top grandmother (yech--she even goes so far as to hire a private detective to follow her own grandson! that's not funn...
September 24, 2017
Very real emotions and drama.
World: Great art that is full of emotions and personality. The tone is great cause of the art. The world building being mainly Civil War II is aight. It's done well and ties into the event well (cause Miles is a huge part). The small pieces of Miles' is also great an...
November 04, 2017
Of all the series that get sucked into the Civil War 2 crossover event, SPIDER-MAN is probably the only one that really adds to the overall story. Miles is the centerpiece of the back half of CW2, and seeing those events from his perspective is worth the trouble.
SPIDER-MAN is a great series, and...
June 03, 2017
Once again, the Miles Morales comic continues to mostly be about friends and family. That's what makes it great. So we get Miles and his school friends and we get Miles and his dad (and mom) and now we even get Miles and the Champions.
The first two issues feel like they're just as focused on Mile...
July 04, 2017
This is the Civil War II tie in volume, and as usual, the event drags the book down. Honestly though, Bendis makes the best of it, and provides some meaningful story content that both provides more context for CWII and expands on some new solo Miles threads. It's downright impressive how well tha...