Doctor Octopus Learns to Love Himself in Spider-Man: City at War #4 (Preview)

Feeling insecure is only human, and even a brilliant supervillain like Doctor Octopus experiences poor self esteem sometimes. That's where we find the good Doctor in this preview of Spider-Man: City at War #4. Doc Ock views his body as deteriorating, and he's not really consoled by his obviously sparkling personality…

Doctor Octopus Learns to Love Himself in Spider-Man: City at War #4 (Preview)

In his heart, Doc Ock knows that it's what's on the inside that counts: his brilliant and evil brain. But he's just not satisfied with what's on the outside.

Doctor Octopus Learns to Love Himself in Spider-Man: City at War #4 (Preview)

Luckily, the Doctor has a plan to improve his self-esteem. Some people might get a tattoo or a new hairstyle. But when you're an evil genius scientist, the sky's the limit…

Doctor Octopus Learns to Love Himself in Spider-Man: City at War #4 (Preview)

…and you could go for an even more extreme makeover, perhaps by attaching robotic tentacles to your back.

Doctor Octopus Learns to Love Himself in Spider-Man: City at War #4 (Preview)

Personally, we think the look suits him. What about you?

Spider-Man: City at War #4 hits stores on Wednesday.

Spider-Man: City at War #4 (of 6)
(W) Dennis "Hopeless" Hallum (A) Michele Bandini (CA) Clayton Crain
THE SINISTER SIX STRIKES!
• A prison break at the RAFT unleashes six of SPIDER-MAN'S most sinister foes!
• ELECTRO! RHINO! SCORPION! VULTURE! MISTER NEGATIVE! And…who is their mysterious leader?
Plus: the unrevealed history of the partnership of PETER PARKER and OTTO OCTAVIUS!
Rated T
In Shops: Jun 19, 2019
SRP: $3.99

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