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Ultimate Spider-Man Collection [Reading] ➸ Ultimate Spider-Man Collection ➮ Brian Michael Bendis – Buyprobolan50.co.uk With great power, there must also come great responsibility In , these prophetic words launched one of the most successful and recognizable characters of the Twentieth century Spider Man The powers gr With great power, there must also come great responsibility In , these prophetic words launched one of the most successful and Ultimate Spider-Man PDF/EPUB ² recognizable characters of the Twentieth century Spider Man The powers granted to bookish Peter Parker by a radioactive spider have fueled the imaginations of fans worldwide for nearlyyears With the dawning of a new age, however, comes a hero for a new millennium Ultimate Spider Man.


10 thoughts on “Ultimate Spider-Man Collection

  1. Cheese Cheese says:

    So this was terrible I was expecting something really different to this I m pretty sure I absolutely detest the ultimate universe, this confirms it The old Stan lee stories were ten times better than this.Here are the reasons I hated it1 It s just a retelling of all the classic Spider man stories with a twist.2 The artwork is terrible3 The artwork is terrible so bad it s on here twice to the point that they draw Peter Parker posing like a girl in his pants wtf There is only one comi So this was terrible I was expecting something really different to this I m pretty sure I absolutely detest the ultimate universe, this confirms it The old Stan lee stories were ten times better than this.Here are the reasons I hated it1 It s just a retelling of all the classic Spider man stories with a twist.2 The artwork is terrible3 The artwork is terrible so bad it s on here twice to the point that they draw Peter Parker posing like a girl in his pants wtf There is only one comic I ve read recently with worse artwork and that was Rick Remenders uncanny avengers 4 The changes they made to the characters are worse Why make Kraven a TV star I m angry I bought this, I m putting this on eBay Asap Sorry to everyone who liked this, I really really really wanted to like it, but it just comes across with so little effort put into it.I will continue to avoid the ultimate marvel universe like the plague The only thing worse than this is Ultimate X Men and if you like that there s something wrong with you The end


  2. Michael Michael says:

    Dittkos Spider Man hat meine kindliche Vorstellung von Superhelden Comics gepr gt, und als j ngst Doc Ock als Spidey auftrat, musste ich schon einiges an Toleranz aufbringen, um die Idee nicht rundheraus als absurd abzutun Entsprechend stellte sich mir als erstes die Frage, ob ich den Ultimate Spider Man wirklich lesen wolle Bekanntlich hat Marvel diese Reihe ja gestartet, um die Stories der alten Haudegen zu modernisieren und f r ein heutiges, nicht mehr ganz so kindlich kindisches Publikum z Dittkos Spider Man hat meine kindliche Vorstellung von Superhelden Comics gepr gt, und als j ngst Doc Ock als Spidey auftrat, musste ich schon einiges an Toleranz aufbringen, um die Idee nicht rundheraus als absurd abzutun Entsprechend stellte sich mir als erstes die Frage, ob ich den Ultimate Spider Man wirklich lesen wolle Bekanntlich hat Marvel diese Reihe ja gestartet, um die Stories der alten Haudegen zu modernisieren und f r ein heutiges, nicht mehr ganz so kindlich kindisches Publikum zug nglich zu machen und dann vor allem auch, um die Umsatzzahlen in einer schwierigen Phase zu stabilisieren, wenn nicht gar zu steigern.Letztendlich war es Bendis Name, der mich zu diesem Omnibus greifen lie , und ich habe es nicht bereut.Nachdem sich ber vier Jahrzehnte gezeigt hatte, in welche Richtung die Reise gehen w rde, konnte Bendis Peter Parkers Geschichte zielgerichtet gestrafft neu erz hlen, Sackgassen und Redundanzen vermeiden und die Verzahnungen zum modernen Marveluniversum vorbereiten.Der Kalte Krieg, Vietnam und Kommunismusangst wurden getilgt, ebenso anderen Ankl nge, die zu sehr den 60ern verhaftet waren.Bei aller Modernisierung hat Bendis an Peter Parkers Charakter festgehalten, der der unsichere Highschool Sch ler bleibt und mindestens soviel mit seinem Privatleben zu k mpfen hat wie als Spider Man mit den B sewichten Ein sympathischer, tragischer Teenager, mit dem sich auch heute noch junge Menschen identifizieren k nnen Die Schule und die Bullies haben sich nat rlich ver ndert, aber die Stimmungslage ist weitestgehend dieselbe geblieben MJ und Gwen haben ihre Rollen tauschen m ssen und die K mpfe mit den albernsten Superschurken bleiben Spidey erspart eine meiner Lieblingsszenen ist die, als Spidey mal wieder viel zu sp t auftaucht um einen Superschurken zu stoppen und Iron Man den schon l ngst verarztet hat.Ansonstenn findet sich alles wieder Humor, Tragik, auch eine Portion Pathos, und nat rlich Spannung Vor allem ist Spidey immer der menschlichste aller Superhelden gewesen, und genau das bleibt er bei Bendis gl cklicher Weise auch.Mark Bagleys Zeichnungen gehen ein klein wenig ins cartoonhafte, aber gerade auf diese Weise gelingt es ihm gro artig, Emotionen in die Gesichter unserer Helden zu zaubern Und berhaupt ist seine Seiteneinteilung berzeugend und hat einen eigenen Erz hlrhythmus, mal langsam, wenn es um wichtige Dialoge geht, dann wieder schnell und ineinandergreifend, wenn hurtige Action ansteht Das Coloring fand ich ebenfalls sehr gelungen, was bei einem SW Fan einiges hei en will Einzig die Cover haben mir berhaupt nicht gefallen Sie vermitteln so rein gar nichts vom Charme, den die Artwork im Heftinneren hat


  3. Lono Lono says:

    Not a big Spidey fan, but I have loved a lot of Bendis s stuff Torso, Daredevil, Powers in the past so I gave this a shot Really struggled with all of the teen angst Probably would have enjoyed thisin the 90 s Definitely getting old Mark Bagley does a decent job with the artwork, but not enough for me to strongly recommend this title to anyone who isn t a Spiderman fan.


  4. Scot Scot says:

    As a mediocre fan of graphic novels and a 80 s child it was cool to read through this reboot Omni bus I enjoyed the back story and behind the scenes info as much if notthan the actual story line This feels like the best way to read comics to me, the full story in one edition with author s notes and drawings I have really come to love this version of the Spider Man universe over all others and that is largely due to reading this collection.


  5. Dan Smith Dan Smith says:

    Taken as a whole this a superb run, not least because of its sheer length Clocking in at around 150 issues, it s difficult for anything to keep up anything approaching such a high level of quality The other Ultimate tentpoles are good in most places Fantastic Four, X Men, even Ultimates to some extent, and they all have at least one thing in their armoury which Spiderman doesn t numbers Here, it s pretty much just Spidey as a constant lead, which simply makes his continued appeal with apo Taken as a whole this a superb run, not least because of its sheer length Clocking in at around 150 issues, it s difficult for anything to keep up anything approaching such a high level of quality The other Ultimate tentpoles are good in most places Fantastic Four, X Men, even Ultimates to some extent, and they all have at least one thing in their armoury which Spiderman doesn t numbers Here, it s pretty much just Spidey as a constant lead, which simply makes his continued appeal with apologies to Xavier s school astonishing.So, during the course of this you get a speedy origin story, Peter Parker s closely protected home life, a rolling array of villains major and minor, and a gradual and credible interweaving of other Marvel stalwarts There are a few things however which elevate this above perhaps any of its stablemates.First, Parker s enemies are pretty much all products of his own life with the exception of Vibro, who hilarious pops up every so often only to be slapped down effortlessly They overlap with his history, his family s history, and his own mistakes and triumphs This grounds the comic book unreality, and instantly open the door to powerful allegories What comes back to haunt him, whether deserved or not, resounds in his personal life as well as the pugilism of the heroics Some of it is absurd the Sinister Six don t exceed the sum of their parts, and by the end I d even had it up to here with Otto Bloody Octavius and his Fucking Metal Arms That Won t Die.Second, he is a smart kid The story doesn t shy away from the fact that Parker cherishes his not quite genius level intellect even though on the surface his powers are basically super athleticism And with the smart comes the tragedy of the Spiderman the recognition of a responsibility to do what you can with the powers available to you If only there were a snappy aphorism to convey that.Third, the lines spark with zing and sass, beyond any top bantz which Johnny Storm and the Thing can produce with the possible exception of Dude, you fantasti suck The supporting characters feel real, and the writers capture the speedy if not entirely profound wit of the highschooler.Fourth, its about youth, and the painful desire to cling to innocence as well as an urge to develop maturity There are plenty of sexy bodies on display, some absurd and sexist along the way, but perhaps I can t say balanced by a fair share of opportunity to ogle the Spiderman physique The girls in his life are minor roles, but then again so are the boys, and at least the girls fight their own good fights.Fifth, his internal monologues save pretty much any story, by turns undercutting the ridiculousness and pomposity of villains, breathing life into exposition, and just riffing off whatever came into the writer s head.Sixth, the Marvel heavyweights who crop up Fury, mutants, Fantastic Four, Ultimates do so pretty much always in service of Spiderman s storyline, and while it feels like a definite power up when they share the action, they work alongside him to varying extents in a way that never feels crowbarred in.It s a long read, and best taken at a run, but it s never les than fun, warm hearted and willing to treat its youthful leads seriously


  6. Jinji Jinji says:

    Ultimate Spider Man Omnibus Vol.1 I know, I know, I m late to the news Frankly, I m not really much of a fan of Peter Parker Spider Man Looking at my collection, I havebooks on Venom, Carnage, Spider Man Octavius , heck, I even have 1 Spider Man Ben Reilly though unfortunately, I have yet to encounter a good collection of Spider Man 2099 Anyway, I ve been hearing such great reviews about Ultimate Spidey, and I found an Omnibus edition on sale some weeks back, so here we go Being Ultimate Spider Man Omnibus Vol.1 I know, I know, I m late to the news Frankly, I m not really much of a fan of Peter Parker Spider Man Looking at my collection, I havebooks on Venom, Carnage, Spider Man Octavius , heck, I even have 1 Spider Man Ben Reilly though unfortunately, I have yet to encounter a good collection of Spider Man 2099 Anyway, I ve been hearing such great reviews about Ultimate Spidey, and I found an Omnibus edition on sale some weeks back, so here we go Being part of the Marvel Ultimate timeline, this is an updated re telling of Parker s story The Peter here is a 15 year old nerd high school student, already best friends with MJ, and working as a IT Tech support for the Daily Bugle We also get revamped origin stories for his menagerie of villains Venom is a synthesized genetic suit, Kraven is a reality TV celebrity a la Steve Irwin , and Doc Oct and Green Goblin were results in the same accident when they were trying to replicate Spidey s case on Norman Osborn It all feels like a fun coming of age story for Peter, with a different perspective than what we were used to You see him dealing with high school romance, living with Gwen Stacy who s a punk girl, with daddy issues , getting a job to support Aunt May, or even just simply having problems escaping school to go save the day Reading this series feels like reading an old favorite, yet finding something new with each page It has good pacing that would have you continuously engaged or interested But boy, Peter really doesn t get a break in this one It s one event after another with him.Ooohhh Didn t know that this started the whole Ultimates series Wonder if when the 2nd volume will come out


  7. alicia ... alicia ... says:

    4.5 overall i love spidey so much it s unbelievable, also i really love the art and the writing very comical but also heartwarming at times 5 1,2 super addictive, i really enjoy the characters and the spidey banter and suchreally enjoyed kingpin as the villain and how peter gets beaten down a lot before actually winning of course i dont want peter, who i adore so so so much, to losebut it scompelling to see him learn his powers than just being OP right off the bat.4.5 3 4 ador 4.5 overall i love spidey so much it s unbelievable, also i really love the art and the writing very comical but also heartwarming at times 5 1,2 super addictive, i really enjoy the characters and the spidey banter and suchreally enjoyed kingpin as the villain and how peter gets beaten down a lot before actually winning of course i dont want peter, who i adore so so so much, to losebut it scompelling to see him learn his powers than just being OP right off the bat.4.5 3 4 adore everything about this version of peter and mj spider man s banter is A also peter being a little nerd is what i live for4.3 5,6 i actually love all of these so much however, the venom storyline wasn t as good as the others june 2017 update these are still my favourite comics of all time


  8. Levi Levi says:

    This omnibus is really good Great story arcs, phenomenal writing, and awesome art from start to finish This story essentially recreates spiderman within 21st century America Bendis puts parker in somewhatbelievable settings and circumstances for a 15 year old high school kid The characters throughout have their own unique persona and traits which makes things really work well in this run My only gripe is that there is not another continuing omnibus to complement this one Ultimately t This omnibus is really good Great story arcs, phenomenal writing, and awesome art from start to finish This story essentially recreates spiderman within 21st century America Bendis puts parker in somewhatbelievable settings and circumstances for a 15 year old high school kid The characters throughout have their own unique persona and traits which makes things really work well in this run My only gripe is that there is not another continuing omnibus to complement this one Ultimately though, Bendis has created something really special here


  9. Bryan Bryan says:

    I haven t read this in years, but when I was younger and received it as a gift one year I absolutely devoured it I ve read it multiple times and I love it It is a re imagining of the old Spider Man comics which I haven t read and it is just so much fun Peter is great, he s determined, witty, hilarious, and he gets the job done when he needs to Reviewing this is making me want to retrieve it from its dusty resting place at my parents house I had several of the volumes that followed these s I haven t read this in years, but when I was younger and received it as a gift one year I absolutely devoured it I ve read it multiple times and I love it It is a re imagining of the old Spider Man comics which I haven t read and it is just so much fun Peter is great, he s determined, witty, hilarious, and he gets the job done when he needs to Reviewing this is making me want to retrieve it from its dusty resting place at my parents house I had several of the volumes that followed these six as well and remember loving those as well It is a series that I want to finish some day


  10. David Dukart David Dukart says:

    I ve read and reread this massive collection so many times, I probably have it memorized A wonderful reboot new universe Spider Man comic that makes Peter Parker a teenager again and gives him way too much to deal with, yet he rarely wavers Plus, Brian Michael Bendis is an amazing writer and knows the characters intimately.


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