Ultimate Spider-Man: Ultimate Collection Volume 1 TPB
Collecting the groundbreaking first year of Ultimate Spider-Man in one colossal trade paperback! High school, puberty, first dances - there are many pitfalls to being young. Compound these with intense personal tragedy and superhuman powers, and you can start to visualize the world of Peter... show more
Collecting the groundbreaking first year of Ultimate Spider-Man in one colossal trade paperback! High school, puberty, first dances - there are many pitfalls to being young. Compound these with intense personal tragedy and superhuman powers, and you can start to visualize the world of Peter Parker, a.k.a. Spider-Man. Following the murder of his uncle and the Green Goblin's assualt on his high school, Peter finds himself on the brink of manhood: getting a job at the Daily Bugle to help support his widowed aunt and taking on extracurricular activities - such as bringing down the Kingpin, the head of organized crime in New York City! Collects Ultimate Spider-Man #1-13.
Publish date: March 28th 2007
Pages no: 352
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...