Ultimate Spider-Man

Ultimate Spider-Man

Death of Spider-Man

Book - 2011
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Young Peter Parker has led a heroic life and tried to live by the simple and powerful philosophy that with great power comes great responsibility--but will that philosophy be enough to save him from the horror that awaits him here?
Publisher: New York, NY : Marvel Worldwide, Inc., c2011
Edition: Premiere ed
ISBN: 9780785152743
Branch Call Number: GRAPHIC NOVELS SPI
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,chiefly col. ill. ;,27 cm
Alternative Title: Death of Spider-Man


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Sep 30, 2012

Mediocre, which is typical of the author. Bendis has been on board the book since the now largely irrelevant Ultimate Universe began, and there's been next to no character growth in the alternate universe Peter Parker, who really does reach the end of the line in this volume. The return of Mark Bagley for the arc on art is welcome though, which is probably why I'd give it a higher mark. Bagley has a crisp, dynamic energy to his art, and I always like seeing it. Even when he's saddled with a writer who's incapable of giving characters their own distinctive voices or who revels in immaturity and lack of continuity.

Jul 24, 2012

I love it


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Navy_Crab_15_1 Jul 07, 2015

Norman Osborn escapes S.H.I.E.L.D., with all of his old playmates(Doc Ock, Electro, Vulture, Kraven, and Sandman). A mini hero-civil war breaks out on a bridge and spider-man gets sniped in the side, to save the life of Captain America. In the end Spider-man dies after he defeats the Green Goblin a.k.a Norman Osborn.

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