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Essential Spider-Man Vol. 1 epub ebook

by Steve Ditko,Jack Kirby,Sam Rosen,Stan Lee

Essential Spider-Man Vol. 1 epub ebook

Author: Steve Ditko,Jack Kirby,Sam Rosen,Stan Lee
Category: Graphic Novels
Language: English
Publisher: Marvel Comics; 6th edition (August 11, 1998)
Pages: 528 pages
ISBN: 0785109889
ISBN13: 978-0785109884
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 845
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Stan Lee (Author), Steve Ditko (Author), Jack Kirby (Author), Sam Rosen (Author) & 1 more.

Stan Lee (Author), Steve Ditko (Author), Jack Kirby (Author), Sam Rosen (Author) & 1 more.

Essential Spider-Man Vol. 4 (Essential Amazing Spider-man). Overall, this is great quality work on high quality printed pages and beautifully restores what stan lee and steve ditko worked so hard to create. The only thing I do not like so much is how there are so many full (packed to the brim) word balloons and everyone always has to say something. This was just stan's way of writing back then and if you are new to these it may be overpowering, but just take your time and you will enjoy the stories and the character he builds along with Ditko. Highly recommend this to anyone looking to read about spider-man.

Essential Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 1 book With several artist co-creators, most notably Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, h. . 1 book. Essential Amazing Spider-Man volume 1 collects the very first issue of Spider-Man from Amazing Fantasy Issue 1-20 of The Amazing Spider-Man and the Amazing Spider-Man Annual It was surprisingly to see Spidey and Human Torch had a little love hate feud going on, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko did a wonderful job creating the one of the most popular superheroes in Marvel Universe

Stan Lee. Cover Artist. Steve Ditko Jack Kirby. Page 1-5 - Spider-Man fails to stop the Big Man from committing a robbery. Illustrated by: Swinging Steve Ditko. Lettered by: Sparkling Sam Rosen.

Stan Lee. Gives Aunt May a blood transfusion. Page 6-22 - Spider-Man breaks up the Big Man's operation.

6. Essential Spider-Man Vol. 1. Lee, Stan; Ditko, Steve; Kirby, Jack; Rosen, Sam. Published by Marvel Comics 1998-08-11 (1998). ISBN 10: 0785109889 ISBN 13: 9780785109884.

Artie Simek/Letterer. Peter Parker (Earth-616)/Quotes. Peter Parker (Earth-616)/Appearances. During the match, Peter is afraid of really hurting Flash with his spider-strength, and his first punch (although pulled) knocks Flash for a loop, but Flash dismisses it as a joke he played on Parker to save face in front of his classmates. As the match continues, the two men try to steal the Living Brain, but they accidentally short circuit the computer, causing it to go on a rampage through the school.

Kirby's Spider-Man and the Fly were very different characters from the one Lee ultimately gave Ditko to develop. The greatest character Stan Lee ever created was Stan Lee. Whether he wanted the fame for himself or not, it's pretty hard to say that he didn't constantly use that fame for the benefit of comic books. And I mean, Kirby and Ditko probably had to work a lot harder and got paid less, but given the insane boatloads of cash their characters have made, all three of them probably should have been much, much richer than they ended up. Especially Kirby.

The other essential Stan Lee work, Amazing Spider-Man, sees Stan Lee (and Steve Ditko and John Romita) perfect the Marvel formula when it comes to soap opera and melodrama; everything about the series’ first 100 issues.

The other essential Stan Lee work, Amazing Spider-Man, sees Stan Lee (and Steve Ditko and John Romita) perfect the Marvel formula when it comes to soap opera and melodrama; everything about the series’ first 100 issues manages to make the personal drama of one rdy teenager feel like the most important story of the world, in part because it sometimes. The roots of all kinds of pop culture can be traced back to these comics, which remain as off-kilter, funny, and thrilling today as they did when they were created half a century ago. Advertisement. 1-3 print collections.

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The celebrated hero whose powers stem from the bite of a radioactive spider battles with forces of evil, including the Red Skull, Mysterio, and the Lizard.
Reviews (7)
Leceri
The Amazing Spiderman started out as a superhero who had to fight internal battles as well as criminals and supervillians. He also had problems of everyday life that didn't get resolved by the end of the story, at least not usually. The first ten stories introduces some lasting characters of the Spiderman series, such as his Aunt May and J.Jonah. Jameson, who can never be mistaken for Superman' s boss, Perry White. Spiderman also starts out as a teenager going to highshcool where he is an awkward outsider trying to find a way to fit in. He becomes a hero somewhat reluctantly after his Uncle Ben is murdered by a criminal who he could have stopped earlier. And then the fun begins...

Bys
I don't know what I love more about this collection: the wonderful soap-opera style stories by Stan Lee, or the incredible artwork of jazzy John Romita. How about both? Lee and Romita made one heck of a great duo with their stories about everyone's favorite wall-crawler. I couldn't get enough of this omnibus! It starts off with the classic issue #39, where the Green Goblin discovers that Spiderman is Peter Parker and reveals himself to be Norman Osborn! We also get the first full appearance of Mary Jane, the debut of Captain George Stacey and so much more! This book comes in at almost 1,000 pages. It's massive and a fun read from start to finish! If you ever wanted to read the classic Lee/Romita issues, this is your best bet with a price that can't be beat!

Ffan
Gorgeous book, worth every penny. If you're wanting to experience the original classics that led to the movies we enjoy today, this is how to do it in style. Buying these beautiful omnibus collections is a far better use of money than purchasing the dreck that Marvel is currently producing. This is the second omnibus I've purchased, the first being Captain America Vol. 1, and you can bet I'll be purchasing many more in the months to come.

Worla
Love the product, it has many issues of the original spiderman comics that I grew up with when reading it from my uncles original comics. Only different is that the color are more vivid and its all in one book to read instead of 10 different comic issues I have to look for. I will be waiting for all of these to go on sale so I can complete the collection without breaking the bank.

Wiliniett
There is something special now about those HUGE volumes of collected Marvels, DC:s etc in full color, hard cover and even letter pages here and there. And so heavy that reading them in bed is hard work......
This Spiderman beginning-of-it-all is really a must for me. Marvel came to Sweden in the late 60's and the first 30 or so of the Spiderman stories were never published until in the 80's so we started directly with post-Ditko. But Romita's strong pencil work was probably better for the bw-publications that was the common comic-book standard then.
But I love this volume and it looks very good alongside the others

Inabel
The best thing about this Marvel Masterworks is that it collects Spiderman from the very beginning so you start fresh with issue 1 and are introduced to many of his classic villains such as Doctor Octopus. That alone makes it worth buying, Especially to those who are curious about the Spiderman character and want to start fresh as well as the old school fans.

That being said, The one thing I do care for is that the comics are very straight forward plot wise. No real depth to them and are incredibly predictable. It also doesn't help that there are no two-part comics or a series of comics centered around a single villain, It's all just a one shot comic with a different villain each time. The dialogue also comes off as very kiddish and would easily appeal to younger readers far more than adults.

Still, for 4 dollars (at least that's the price it was when I bought and the price it is as I post this review), It's too good to pass up and I would definitely recommend buying.

Vijora
This volume picks up where the first left off and continues to bring the greatness.

This collects amazing spider-man 11-19 and the annual. Here we find more Dr. Octopus, Kraven, Green Goblin, and even a cameo by the Hulk. The annual of course, brings us spider-man's real test of his endurance as he battles the sinister six.

Overall, this is great quality work on high quality printed pages and beautifully restores what stan lee and steve ditko worked so hard to create. The only thing I do not like so much is how there are so many full (packed to the brim) word balloons and everyone always has to say something. This was just stan's way of writing back then and if you are new to these it may be overpowering, but just take your time and you will enjoy the stories and the character he builds along with Ditko.

Highly recommend this to anyone looking to read about spider-man.

Although an avid Marvel Comics collector all my life...until recently I never had the first 70 issues of Spider-man...go figure?
I would like to read them in order and many for the first time without opening my treasures!
Twenty pages in and let me tell you all...$100 for almost 50 original Ditko/Kirby/Romita artwork and old Lee stories...what a great bargain!
Also excellent binding..will not fall apart with reading.

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