Spider-Man: Death And Dating

Mark Waid Roger Stern Dan Slott Lee Weeks Mike McKone Marcos Martin

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  • Title: Spider-Man: Death And Dating
  • Author: Mark Waid Roger Stern Dan Slott Lee Weeks Mike McKone Marcos Martin
  • ISBN: 9780785133940
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Random earthquakes dont happen in New York trust us, we live here So how did one trap Spidey and a subway car full of New Yorkers underground But theres to these passengers than meets the eye as a high powered mob trials verdict is in their hands and one of them has a crucial connection to Petes old boss, J Jonah Jameson Also, when a bizarre criminal endangersRandom earthquakes dont happen in New York trust us, we live here So how did one trap Spidey and a subway car full of New Yorkers underground But theres to these passengers than meets the eye as a high powered mob trials verdict is in their hands and one of them has a crucial connection to Petes old boss, J Jonah Jameson Also, when a bizarre criminal endangers Aunt May, Peter Parker is determined to bring him to justice But who is this strange, faceless felon How can Spider Man stop a guy who can slip through his webbing Plus, finally learn the truth about how Harry Osborn came back from the dead Collects Amazing Spider Man 578 583, Annual 2008.

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    One thought on “Spider-Man: Death And Dating

    1. Kameron Nettleton on said:

      This was pretty up and down. I enjoyed the story arc with Shocker and Spidey meet J. Jonah's dad, but then there were arcs that were just kind of "meh" overall. The final one with Betty was cool.

    2. Shannon Appelcline on said:

      Waid's "Unscheduled Stop" is well-written, but shallow. It does introduce an interesting new character into the Spider-man mythos [6/10]. Guggenheim's "A Tale of Two Jackpots" is a nice resolution to a plot that had gotten sidelined, but what should have been an emotional story isn't [6/10]. Roger Stern's "Fill in the Blank" is pretty much a fill-in. The art's nice but that's its only redeeming feature [4/10]. Dan Slott's "Mind on Fire" ties together lots of Spider-Man mythology very nicely and [...]

    3. Trashy Dreams on said:

      The two-part Shocker story in here with Marcos Martin on art might make this trade worth it just for that. Or you could just buy those two issues. The rest of the stuff is decent, but not great. You get the story behind who and why Jackpot is, but that ended up being kind of disappointing to me. You also get an 'explanation' of how Harry came back, but it's kinda weak. Good variety of Spidey stories by different writers and artists though-- just kind of a grab-bag of material.

    4. B on said:

      A perfectly fine series of Spider-Man yarns. The authors do a good job building the subplots. In fact, they always seem more interesting than the main stories. One repeated and strange plot point is that Peter Parker would be clearly getting information on behalf of Spider-Man. "What do you know about this supervillain that Spider-Man is fighitng? Is there any way Spider-Man could beat him? Like with webbing? I ask because I am a photographer."

    5. Andy on said:

      I felt the shorter stories in this volume were more interesting and engaging than the last lot. A different and dark tale set in a collapsing subway tunnel reintroducing an old foe; the reveal of Jackpot; an insight into the life of Betty Brant. These new stories remind me of the better tales told in PP:SM and Tangled Web.

    6. Arthur Cravan on said:

      There's nothing wrong with any of these stories, but I don't think they fit together that spectacularly. & none of them are great - though the Betty Brant one at the end stands out as interesting. But I just didn't really care about these other things - Jameson's father? Harry's ex-wife & her obviously disturbed son? Nothing very memorable. Decent fair, but you can take it or leave it.

    7. Matt on said:

      Collects Amazing Spider-Man issues #578-583 and Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1The stories were a little less intriguing than some other Spider-Man stories, but this "Brand New Day" era of Spider-Man is written so well that it makes up for the smaller scale stories.This collection reveals the origin of Jackpot, and gives us the secret story on how Harry Osborn is still alive.

    8. Sonic on said:

      yeah yeah I'm a geek, but I admit I love Spiderman. And when the writing is done right and his real personality shines through, he seems like a real person kinda, or at least a real character. So having low expectations helped me enjoy most of this book, but with the different writers and artists the quality was a bit all over the place, but parts of this surprised me.

    9. Fraser Sherman on said:

      Pleasant fun as Spidey battles super-villains (the Blank, the Shocker, the Molten Man), hangs with Harry and Betty Brant, has lousy dating luck and meets Jonah's dad (who later becomes Aunt May's boyfriend). Nothing really stands out, but more fun than the Superman and Teen Titans I just read.

    10. Thomas on said:

      I liked the "Unscheduled Stop" storyline and the Betty Brant one off. I thought the Annual with a more in-depth look at Jackpot was also pretty good.

    11. Stolt-man on said:

      Some good writers in this volume. Waid was a nice addition to the rotation and we even got an issue by Stern.

    12. John on said:

      I guess the Betty brant one off was okay. I think artists enjoy drawing molten man more than I enjoy reading him. I guess I don't get why Mark Waid is so highly regarded as a comic writer.

    13. Eric on said:

      Fun Spider-Man comic. Lacked much of the pop Spider-Man stories often delivered. Good read, not a great one.

    14. Jacobi on said:

      I just got this to look at the Marcos Martin art. The story itself? Kind of blah.

    15. Mike on said:

      Waid's 2-parter is passable, decent writing but nothing terribly notable among a good Spidey run.The molten man story is better - weird but informative.

    16. Michael on said:

      Kind of a mixed collection from a variety of writers, but the Shocker story at the beginning was clearly the best. Other than that, the rest of the stories vary from so-so to just bad.

    17. Karla on said:

      Truly a teen-friendly comic pulling together great work from a variety of writers and artists. Great to get some background on the super-heroine Jackpot and Jonah Jameson's father.

    18. Bill Fletcher on said:

      Better than the usual Slott collection, mostly because Mark Waid is involved.

    19. Jacob on said:

      Not bad, though kind of disjointed.What's up with Liz and Norman's kid? Kid looks like he's four, but half the time he sounds like a teenager

    20. Paul Hasbrouck on said:

      So-so group of stories, so-so villains, a few interesting story details, but on this volume is a disappointment.

    21. James DeSantis on said:

      Average stories bundle together. One cool story about molton man among the rest of the lamer stories. Not a easy graphic novel to read.

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