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AMAZING SPIDER-MAN EPIC COLLECTION SPIDER-MAN NO MORE GRAPHIC NOVEL

4.32 (194 ratings by Goodreads)

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN EPIC COLLECTION SPIDER-MAN NO MORE GRAPHIC NOVEL

4.32 (194 ratings by Goodreads)
COLLECTING AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #39-52 AND ANNUAL #3-4, AND MATERIAL FROM NOT BRAND ECHH #2
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John Romita Sr. joins Stan Lee, elevating Spidey's adventures to new heights - beginning with a Green Goblin epic that establishes him as Spider-Man's most dangerous enemy! And then the Rhino, a bulldozer on two legs, threatens to make Spidey an endangered species. The action keeps pumping with Spidey's first meeting with the Avengers, the Shocker, the return of the Lizard, Kraven the Hunter, an all-new Vulture and the first appearance of the Kingpin! But the true heart of the story is young Peter Parker finding his way in the world. He gains new independence as he gets his own pad with Harry Osborn, courts Gwen Stacy - and, in comics' most unforgettable entrance, meets Miss Mary Jane Watson! Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #39-52 and ANNUAL #3-4, and material from NOT BRAND ECHH #2.
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9781302910235
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Writer: Stan Lee

Artist: Larry Lieber, Marie Severin

Publisher: MARVEL COMICS

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A short Epic, but contains some key issues! Review by Ryan
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As stated, this is by far the shortest of not just the early Spider-Man Epics, but the shortest entire Spidey volume so far! That being said, this shorter volume contains some hugely important moments from Peter Parker's life. For starters, he combats the Green Goblin in two issues, with the villain finally revealing who's under the mask. The Rhino, Shocker and an all-new Vulture debut, with favourites such as Kraven the Hunter and the Lizard reappearing in this pages.
Not only that, but this is the first issue of the John Romita Sr. era of art, alongside Stan Lee's writing. This, in my opinion, is a much better looking time in Spider-Man's history, as the character's all look a lot more lifelike and akin to the how they appear in more recent comics. Aunt May isn't a ninety year old woman anymore, and Peter is no longer so plain looking. Coincidentally, this is also the volume that Peter becomes a lot more bearable, even if he's thrown into another love triangle. That's right: Mary Jane Watson is here! And she's making her presence (and clearly dating the comic as late 60s) with her unique lingo and personality.
This Epic comes with two large, if slightly unremarkable, Amazing Spider-Man Annuals. The first features Spidey receiving an initiation to join the Avengers, and the second involves him teaming up with the Human Torch in Hollywood. Finally, one of the most iconic storylines in Marvel history takes place with 'Spider-Man No More!', which features the first appearance of Wilson Fisk: the Kingpin of Crime, as well as the death of a longstanding cast member. This Epic does have it all, it's just a shame it's just so short! (Posted on 03/02/2021)
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