[E-Book] ✓ Essential Web of Spider-Man, Vol. 1 | by ↠ Louise Simonson Jim Mooney Mike Harris Sal Buscema Marc Silvestri Danny Fingeroth Peter David Bill Mantlo

Essential Web of Spider-Man, Vol. 1 By Louise Simonson Jim Mooney Mike Harris Sal Buscema Marc Silvestri Danny Fingeroth Peter David Bill Mantlo,

  • Title: Essential Web of Spider-Man, Vol. 1
  • Author: Louise Simonson Jim Mooney Mike Harris Sal Buscema Marc Silvestri Danny Fingeroth Peter David Bill Mantlo
  • ISBN: 9780785157564
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s an all new series starring your friendly neighborhood Spider Man Swinging through town in his sleek black suit, Spidey faces new threats including Magma, the Vulturions, Chance, Future Max and the Smithville Thunderbolt as well as classic foes like the Kingpin, Dr Octopus and the Vulture Guest starring Dominic Fortune and the New Mutants Collecting WEB OF SPIDIt s an all new series starring your friendly neighborhood Spider Man Swinging through town in his sleek black suit, Spidey faces new threats including Magma, the Vulturions, Chance, Future Max and the Smithville Thunderbolt as well as classic foes like the Kingpin, Dr Octopus and the Vulture Guest starring Dominic Fortune and the New Mutants Collecting WEB OF SPIDER MAN 1985 1 18 and ANNUAL 1 2, and AMAZING SPIDER MAN 1963 268.
    Essential Web of Spider Man Vol It s an all new series starring your friendly neighborhood Spider Man Swinging through town in his sleek black suit Spidey faces new threats including Magma the Vulturions Chance Future Max and th

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    1. Just as it s odd to see movies I originally saw in theaters cropping up on AMC and Turner Classic Movies, it s equally strange to find large collected editions of comic books I read and collected as a kid turning up on the shelves of my library or book store.Case in point Web of Spider Man, a comic that I not only purchased issue number one many, many moons ago but one I had to scour the shelves of my local store to find The issue is a pretty pivotal one in recent Spidey lore, featuring the retu [...]

    2. Web of Spider Man is the third magazine to publish solo spidey adventures, after the original Amazing Spider Man and the not as original Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider Man Spectacular isn t as good as Amazing , and Web of follows that general decline.It s not to say that Web of Spider Man is bad, Louise Simonson and company know that Spider Man can never be completely terrible The humanizing concerns of Spider Man are always there, having to take care of Aunt May, what of his budding relat [...]

    3. Reprints Web of Spider Man 1 1 18, Annual 1 2 and Amazing Spider Man 1 268 April 1985 September 1986 Peter Parker finds his alien costume is alive and slowly killing him and that are just the start of his problems Peter deals with money woes, being the target of a gang, and goes missing after being caught in an explosion and it is all in a day s work for the Web Slinger Being Spider Man is hard, and Peter is up to the challenge Essential Web of Spider Man is written by various writers and illust [...]

    4. The essential third string of 80s Spider Man titles is an abstract of why Spider Man mattered to me as a kid Nostalgia aside, there s plenty of brawling, collateral damage, and angsting going on here Unfortunately, Web s third string status means a lot of the meaningful character conflicts that drive our guy, Spidey, are resolved in other books It s not jarring, but it is kind of annoying when something big happens in one issue only to be completely ignored in the next because it was resolved in [...]

    5. I was given a copy by my brother, who didn t enjoy it enough to keep it Reading it it s easy to see why this is vintage mid 1980s decay of a classic comic characters as they struggled to update themselves for the times while holding onto 25 years of built up continuity at the same time that the comics world was changing The result isn t terribly pleasing to fans of Bronze or Iron Age comics, because it doesn t fully fit into either category It s like a 30 something uncle trying to hang out with [...]

    6. I read a few of these issues as they were coming out is that the mark of getting old, that they re making Essentials out of comics you bought when you were a kid and I remembered liking them, but I wasn t sure how reality would hold up to memory.As it turns out Pretty well The issues are uneven, owing to changes in writing and art throughout, but there s some great stuff here, early writing by Peter David, inks by Kyle Baker that does interesting stuff to pencillers Mike Harris and Marc Silvestr [...]

    7. this collection was better than i thought it would be i picked it up mostly because i was curious what kind of stories they were doing in the 80 s, but i wasn t expecting much A nice little surprise of a book.

    8. This is quite a lot of stories Peter Parker becomes a hero in his own right He sees the wrong side of journalism Oh, and fights a few bad guys It s also known for having the first hint at Venom It was an engaging read, and Peter wasnt quite as woe is me as he is in other stories A good read.

    9. It s all internal monologues and 80s hokum with a liberal sprinkling of the J Jonah Jameson, Aunt May and the usual gang Lots of different artists and writers, including the wonderful Ann Nocenti.

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