Limited page count and art work lead to a stuttering story of Spider-Man struggling to determine whether he's doing the right thing after making a mistake.

The plot is middling, Peter accidentally sets a criminal free and then hesitates as he is no longer certain whether he knows whether to believe his own judgement. It could be an okay story, if the tiny number of pages didn't hamstring it at every turn.

Meanwhile the art is just weak. Terrible perspective, practically super-deformed, and everyone has one of two head shapes.

Your child might check it out from the library but that's about it.