A wordless encounter between the Peter of one universe and the MJ of another. You don’t need to know their specific histories to understand they’re both grappling with different kinds of loss.

Bendis — decompression’s original poster boy — is notorious for his characters’ rambling speeches, but that reputation obscures his skill at writing emotionally powerful scenes with (almost) no dialogue at all.

Spider-Men #4 (Aug 2012), Brian Michael Bendis (story) and Sara Pichelli (art).

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