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by Brian Michael Bendis,David Marquez


Ships from and sold by Digital Heroes. Only 19 left in stock (more on the way). When Brian Michael Bendis wrote the death of ultimate Peter Parker in his year long epic, The Death of Spiderman, I feared it was the end of a brilliant 10 year run. Much to the chagrin of right-wing cultural critics, Bendis created a new Spiderman, but this one wasn't a white, 17-year old from Queens - he decided to make a mainstream hero of color.

Title: Ultimate Comics Spider-Man Vol. 2: Chameleons Publisher: Marvel Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artists: David LaFuente, Takeshi Miyazawa (pencils, inks), Justin Ponsor (colors), David LaFuente & Justin Ponsor (covers) Collects: Ultimate Comics Spider-Man Price.

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Brian Bendis’ Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man continues to impress with this great . New artist David Marquez is more than up to the task of carrying on one of the flagship Marvel Ultimates titles.

Brian Bendis’ Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man continues to impress with this great third volume. Point blank: Decades from now, Brian Michael Bendis' ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN will be remembered as one of the all-time great runs in comics history.

David Marquez is an American comic book artist best known for his works at Marvel such as Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, and All-New X-Men, with writer Brian Michael Bendis as well as for his first creator-owned book, The Joyners in 3D, with writer . Ryan (published through Archaia/BOOM! Studios in 2014). Upon graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with degrees in History, Government, and a teaching certificate

Bendis has made a name for himself as one of the best comic book writers of the last 20 years, most notably working for Marvel Comics. In 2016, Marvel launched "Invincible Iron Man" vol. 2 by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist David Marquez to take replace "Superior Iron Man" by Tom Taylor and Yildiray Cinar. This series introduced Riri Williams who would go on to take over for Tony Stark as Ironheart, and feature Mary Jane Watson as Tony's new assistant.

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Collects Ultimate Comics Spider-Man Miles Morales, the newly minted Spider-Man, teams up with the Prowler! But.

Miles Morales, the newly minted Spider-Man, teams up with the Prowler! But wait, isn't the Prowler a bad guy?! Caught in a moral crisis, Miles must choose between battling his uncle-turned-crimelord, or joining him to keep his family safe! What path will the young hero take? And what will be the dramatic consequences? Plus: With the nation at war, Miles Morales decides to become a member of the Ultimates - and he will do absolutely anything it takes to earn that right. Collecting Ultimate Comics Spider-Man 11-18

Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, Vol. 3 epub download

ISBN13: 978-0785161752

ISBN: 0785161759

Author: Brian Michael Bendis,David Marquez

Category: Graphic Novels

Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Language: English

Publisher: Marvel; First Edition edition (January 22, 2013)

Pages: 184 pages

ePUB size: 1558 kb

FB2 size: 1797 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 177

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Mettiarrb
Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, Vol. 1 takes place in an alternate universe where Peter Parker has died, still in high school. Before Parker dies, grade-school Miles Morales is bitten by a spider with the number "42" on it. Morales goes to a charter school with his friend and roommate, Ganke. Ganke represents the pre-adolescent nature of Miles, who is focused on school and, as the title progresses, being Spider-Man. Ganke plays with Legos and is thinking about starting to talk with girls. The Ultimates in that universe, who include Hawkeye, Spider-Woman, Nick Fury, and Iron Man, recruit the young Miles.

The first volume of a new title has to capture the imagination, and while there's a lot of good about this title, Miles's character isn't totally fleshed out. In another title written by Brian Michael Bendis, The Ultimate Spider-Man, Peter Parker lets a criminal go despite having powers because Parker doesn't see why he should fight crime. When that same criminal kills Uncle Ben, a superhero is born. There is no moment like that in Miles Morales's story.

Having a superhero in grade school can be done well. In Geoff Johns's Shazam, Billy initially uses his powers to push over cars and buy beer. I really don't feel that Morales is the kid he's supposed to be. I don't have a problem with them creating a new Spider-Man, and I think there's potential in Miles Morales's story. The universe he lives in is very well established, and he's stronger than Peter Parker, being able to blend into the background (chameleon power) and shock his enemies (venom power). Bendis is nothing but creative. I just think the title should have been better. ***
Mettiarrb
Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, Vol. 1 takes place in an alternate universe where Peter Parker has died, still in high school. Before Parker dies, grade-school Miles Morales is bitten by a spider with the number "42" on it. Morales goes to a charter school with his friend and roommate, Ganke. Ganke represents the pre-adolescent nature of Miles, who is focused on school and, as the title progresses, being Spider-Man. Ganke plays with Legos and is thinking about starting to talk with girls. The Ultimates in that universe, who include Hawkeye, Spider-Woman, Nick Fury, and Iron Man, recruit the young Miles.

The first volume of a new title has to capture the imagination, and while there's a lot of good about this title, Miles's character isn't totally fleshed out. In another title written by Brian Michael Bendis, The Ultimate Spider-Man, Peter Parker lets a criminal go despite having powers because Parker doesn't see why he should fight crime. When that same criminal kills Uncle Ben, a superhero is born. There is no moment like that in Miles Morales's story.

Having a superhero in grade school can be done well. In Geoff Johns's Shazam, Billy initially uses his powers to push over cars and buy beer. I really don't feel that Morales is the kid he's supposed to be. I don't have a problem with them creating a new Spider-Man, and I think there's potential in Miles Morales's story. The universe he lives in is very well established, and he's stronger than Peter Parker, being able to blend into the background (chameleon power) and shock his enemies (venom power). Bendis is nothing but creative. I just think the title should have been better. ***
Stanober
fantastic story. I actually have every issue, it's familiar but gives Spider-Man the breath of fresh air that's been much needed. There are only a few things that don't quite make sense to me... 1. Spider-mans father who's African American is named Jefferson Davis... after the racist president of the southern confederate states.. I'm still trying to decide if it's insulting or poetic justice but am leaning more towards insulting. And for a while they went with the stereotypical family arch where his father leaves him. I suppose it would have been too much to ask for him just to have a normal family and break away from typical backstories. My last complaint is just that he seems to take off his mask in almost every new plot. It's happened so much that I kind of just want to give the writers a nice smack in the back of the head to get their comment sense jumpstarted.
Stanober
fantastic story. I actually have every issue, it's familiar but gives Spider-Man the breath of fresh air that's been much needed. There are only a few things that don't quite make sense to me... 1. Spider-mans father who's African American is named Jefferson Davis... after the racist president of the southern confederate states.. I'm still trying to decide if it's insulting or poetic justice but am leaning more towards insulting. And for a while they went with the stereotypical family arch where his father leaves him. I suppose it would have been too much to ask for him just to have a normal family and break away from typical backstories. My last complaint is just that he seems to take off his mask in almost every new plot. It's happened so much that I kind of just want to give the writers a nice smack in the back of the head to get their comment sense jumpstarted.
Fearlessrunner
Like many comic fans, I was annoyed with the intro of a new spider man. In my case, there already was one, so why another? The answer is miles Morales. He's a good kid, a likeable character, and his powers are slightly different. Plus he's in the ultimate universe, which marvel should never have cancelled. The sup supporting cast is nicely thought out and this was a good first arc. Oh, the art work is beautiful too.
Fearlessrunner
Like many comic fans, I was annoyed with the intro of a new spider man. In my case, there already was one, so why another? The answer is miles Morales. He's a good kid, a likeable character, and his powers are slightly different. Plus he's in the ultimate universe, which marvel should never have cancelled. The sup supporting cast is nicely thought out and this was a good first arc. Oh, the art work is beautiful too.
Mall
"Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, Vol. 1: The World According To Peter Parker"
Written by Brian Michael Bendis
Illustrated by David Lafuente
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Totally fun. This book, the start of the second series of of Marvel's "Ultimate Spider-Man," is completely in keeping with the earlier books. Brian Michael Bendis writes with the same lighthearted, entertaining feel as before; Peter's internal narration has the same ingratiating tone, and the stories mix action and character development just as before. The artwork is fine; those who moan about the supposedly shocking "manga" look are either oversensitive or exaggerating -- I didn't think it was that different than the template set by Stuart Immonen in the first series. In short, this is pretty much the same book as before and not a "reboot" or shark vaulting exercise. Still a top-notch super-book, and still one that's a keeper, as far as I'm concerned. Make Mine Marvel! (Joe Sixpack, ReadThatAgain book reviews)
Mall
"Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, Vol. 1: The World According To Peter Parker"
Written by Brian Michael Bendis
Illustrated by David Lafuente
----------------------------------------------------------
Totally fun. This book, the start of the second series of of Marvel's "Ultimate Spider-Man," is completely in keeping with the earlier books. Brian Michael Bendis writes with the same lighthearted, entertaining feel as before; Peter's internal narration has the same ingratiating tone, and the stories mix action and character development just as before. The artwork is fine; those who moan about the supposedly shocking "manga" look are either oversensitive or exaggerating -- I didn't think it was that different than the template set by Stuart Immonen in the first series. In short, this is pretty much the same book as before and not a "reboot" or shark vaulting exercise. Still a top-notch super-book, and still one that's a keeper, as far as I'm concerned. Make Mine Marvel! (Joe Sixpack, ReadThatAgain book reviews)
Bodwyn
I myself being a long time Spiderman fan was very angry at the idea of Marvel ultimate line killing off Peter Parker and replacing the Spiderman mantle with this Miles Morales kid. Nothing to do with his ethnicity as I myself am Puerto Rican which is half the characters nationality. Boy was I shocked when reading these first six issues. Not only does this throw the entire universe for a loop but I absolutely love this kid. I hope this series goes on forever and eventually spins off a cartoon and who knows maybe even a movie. The story is fantastic and after purchasing the second graphic novel. I now own every individual issue to date. The artwork will blow you away as well. Sara Picelli is a Marvel - Pun Intended. The seller delivered in record time and the book was very well protected. Thanks again
Bodwyn
I myself being a long time Spiderman fan was very angry at the idea of Marvel ultimate line killing off Peter Parker and replacing the Spiderman mantle with this Miles Morales kid. Nothing to do with his ethnicity as I myself am Puerto Rican which is half the characters nationality. Boy was I shocked when reading these first six issues. Not only does this throw the entire universe for a loop but I absolutely love this kid. I hope this series goes on forever and eventually spins off a cartoon and who knows maybe even a movie. The story is fantastic and after purchasing the second graphic novel. I now own every individual issue to date. The artwork will blow you away as well. Sara Picelli is a Marvel - Pun Intended. The seller delivered in record time and the book was very well protected. Thanks again