Ultimate Spider-Man: Ultimate Collection, Vol. 2
Publish date: May 13th 2009
Pages no: 344
Edition language: English
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Series: Ultimate Spider-Man 3-14 (#1)
Genre: Superhero / Action / Adventure Year Published: 2000 Year Read: 2013 Series: Ultimate Spider-Man #1 Publisher: Marvel Comics Introduction: I have been growing up with “Spider-Man” ever since I was a child and so far, the only comic I had read from the “Spider-Man” series was “The Origin ...
There are essentially two storyline connected here. One is the nearly obligatory superhero-being-impersonated-by-criminals story. Easy enough for somebody to do with Spider-Man, especially since his reputation is already shaky. I've seen and read a lot of different versions of this story, and this o...
This is one of the big collections, the same as volumes 3 and 4. There was a lot more action than in volume 2, and the action here was more meaningful. Nick Fury's appearance was underwhelming. I suppose he could have been more useless, but it's hard to imagine how. Still, the part where this title ...
Doubles, toil, and troubles. Someone impersonates Spider-man. The Venom storyline.
When did Aunt May become such a great character? Geeze, all I remember from the main continuity is a querulous, fragile thing who was mostly a nuisance. Sure, Peter Parker loves her and junk, but she didn't factor all that much into the story. The Ultimate line takes the time (and the risk) to redev...
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