Because Spider-Man apparently needs his own Infinity tie-in separate from Mighty Avengers, and because Superior Spider-Man has far more important matters to deal with, Superior Spider-Man Team-Up has been tapped to fill that role. Regular writer Chris Yost isn't even on board for this story. This issue instead features guest writer Rob Rodi and artist Mike Del Mundo. With nothing really to add to Infinity or this series' own unfolding conflicts, this is one tie-in that can be safely avoided.
Rodi's script fits in between the beats of Mighty Avengers. Even as Spidey and his new allies battle Thanos' invasion force, a hipster college girl (complete with Where's Waldo attire) is transformed into a new electrically-charged heroine. Spidey finds himself with a potential new protege, but not if she lets her newfound abilities run away with her first.
It's easy to sense the skeleton of a good story here. Rodi handles Otto's voice well enough, as well as the team dynamic of the Mighty Avengers. But the Infinity half of the issue conflicts with the other half. There's no reason this team-up needs to take place in the midst of Infinity. Fulmina's transformation is completely random and unexplained. I would have rather seen this story condensed to one issue and not burdened with the need to tie into an event that already has more than enough tie-ins. Fulmina needed more character development prior to her transformation.
Del Mundo was an interesting choice of artist, as he's recently distinguished himself not for interior art, but for his striking, artistic cover images on X-Men Legacy. That strong sense of design translate reasonably well to a sequential format. This issue carries a loose, watercolor style with frenetic figures. It's not always well suited for dialogue-driven sequences, but Del Mundo certainly captures the fury and chaos of battle.
Source : ign[dot]com