My rating: 3 of 5 stars
The Goblin Nation has been stealing tech from Parker Industries and Silk has been on their trail for months. Her interest in them goes beyond a desire to see them behind bars. Through a lead from Jameson, she’d recently located her brother and found out that he had been lured into joining the Goblin Nation; but he had no memory of it. By taking down these Goblin thugs, will she get to the Goblin King? He must know something about her family and where they are.
I didn’t expect to see this day, but Cindy Moon now works for Black Cat, who also has an interest in bringing down the Goblin King; a win-win situation. Or maybe Cindy is a double agent and is also working for S.H.I.E.L.D. Either way, Cindy finds herself in big trouble when she gets trapped in the Goblin King’s underground lair, but it’s not all for naught because she learns a little bit more about the Goblin Nation’s recruitment strategy and saves the lot of their newest recruits. The Goblin King has been shut down!
This was a good issue even though Cindy Moon hasn’t really cracked the case on her parents’ disappearance. The breadcrumbs so far have lead to dead ends but Cindy will not give up. Masquerading as a bad guy with Black Cat has Cindy thinking more and more that there is a thin line between good and evil.
Fabien from How to Read Me mentions a digital series to read next (Amazing Spider-Mand and Silk: The Spider(Fly) Effect), followed by Spider-Women (which I read February 2019). Next up, I will read Silk, Volume 2: The Negative. You can read my summary review of The Life and Times of Cindy Moon here.
Robbie Thompson | https://www.marvel.com/comics/creators/12444/robbie_thompson