This book (Which sees Spider-Man square off against Kraven one last time, with the Vermin getting caught up in the fight) is not just a good comic, it's one of the greatest pieces of literature of modern times. There are none of the two dimensional characters we have grown to expect from comics. From the first few frames, where we see the nobleman Kravenov destroying stuffed animals in his lair, we get a feeling that there's something deeper going on here.
To say that this is a good-guy versus bad-guy story is woefully inaccurate. The real "bad-guys" are the inner demons that torture each of the three main characters. The real hero of the story is Kraven. He is a man who spent his life in serch of the honour he feels is his birthright. That life is coming to an end and he has one chance left to claim his honour, he must destroy Spider-Man. The way he chooses to do this will leave you speechless.
J.M. DeMatteis' story of fallen honuor is flawless. I have never before seen such quality in a mainsteam comic. However, the best comic-book stories in the world can be reduced to blandness by bad artwork. Fortunately the artwork in Kraven's Last Hunt (By Mike Zeck and Bob McLeod) is every bit as powerful as the story. At times it feels like you're watching a movie rather than reading a book.
In short i'll just say that it's impossible to reveiw this book and do it justice. There is something in it for everyone to enjoy, even those who hate comics. If you only read one comic-book in you life, make sure it's this one.