Marvel Masterworks Volume 1: The Amazing Spider-Man

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  • Title: Marvel Masterworks Volume 1: The Amazing Spider-Man
  • Author: Stan Lee
  • ISBN: 0871353059
  • Page: 158
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  • Marvel Masterworks Captain Marvel Volume I strongly recommend the third volume of the Captain Marvel Marvel Master works I purchased this because it was the first storyline invovling Thanos one of the most compelling comic book villians. Marvel Masterworks The Uncanny X Men Volume This beautiful Masterworks volume collects issues of Chris Claremont s Uncanny X Men series as well as an annual, and contains classic stories featuring Magneto and Xavier s first meeting, as well as the X Marvel Masterworks Library This page charts out the complete library of Marvel Masterworks, with all in print volumes having links to their own feature pages with

    Marvel Masterworks The Uncanny X Men Volume This beautiful Masterworks volume collects issues of Chris Claremont s Uncanny X Men series as well as an annual, and contains classic stories featuring Magneto and Xavier s first meeting, as well as the X Marvel Masterworks Library This page charts out the complete library of Marvel Masterworks, with all in print volumes having links to their own feature pages with

    Marvel Masterworks Library This page charts out the complete library of Marvel Masterworks, with all in print volumes having links to their own feature pages with

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    1. Reçu avec quelques defauts d'usure et de mauvais traitement au niveau de la couverture mais une excellente intégrale ! Quel bonheur de lire les textes de Stan Lee sans une traduction de qualité médiocre ! Malgrès une couverture très "catalogue" à l'inverse de son équivalent Francais, le papiers est de bonne qualité et c'est un plaisir de découvrir les premières aventures du tisseur !

    2. On ne présente plus aujourd'hui ce super héro de Stan Lee. Cépendant il est rare de pouvoir lire l'intégrale de ses premières aventures. La réedition de cette collection est remarquable. Les couleurs sont flamboyantes et les graphismes parfaits. Autant, le dire tout de suite, ce titre s'adresse aux amateurs avertis qui ont été bercés par les premiers épisodes. Steve Dikto offre là son plus beau travail d'orfèvre, un trait précis et unique. Cette édition de luxe permet de retrouver [...]

    3. I started reading "The Amazing Spider-Man" with issue #62 and the appearance of Medusa (the Inhuman with the living hair). Eventually I worked my way back to the beginning, mostly through reprints of the early issues in "Marvel Tales." Once I got past the epic two-parter in issues #39-40 when the Green Goblin learned Spider-Man was really Peter Parker, I was not as impressed because the artwork for the first 38 issues was by Steve Ditko and not John Romita (Sr.). I was never really impressed by [...]

    4. There is no need to review the stories of this period here. They have been reprinted elsewhere in Marvel Essentials and Masterworks. Nevertheless, this collection is way groovier than its antecedent, Marvel Essentials. It gives you almost the same amount of issues for a fair price and in color. The table of contents is much better than in the Essentials, and it also shows some original Steve Ditko illustrations, and info on the writers and illustrators (there is one story illustrated by Jack Kir [...]

    5. Marvel is doing a pretty good job at collecting its massive back catalog into trade paperbacks so that newer readers can rediscover the classics of Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and all the others. There are some gaps that either have been collected but are out of print or have never been published, but that's a topic to take up with Marvel.I'm a big Spider-man fan, but had never read many Spider-man stories from before the late 80s. I thought I should at least get a taste of the early days as Stan Lee [...]

    6. kindle, please release the missing marvel masterworks for iron man, hulk, avengers, and thor so they all will be up to date with the marvel masterworks from spider man, fantastic four, and daredevil. Thank you.

    7. 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 workThis 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-publicatio [...]

    8. 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 M [...]

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