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Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus - Volume 1 (New Printing)

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El trabajo de Stan Lee fue fundamental para expandir Marvel Comics, llevándola de ser una pequeña casa publicitaria a una gran corporación multimedia. I think he’s incredibly overrated, and I love that his first adventure is incredibly goofy, rather nonsensical, and very silly. It’s also the first Empire State University story, but Gwen and Harry are kind of jerks in their first appearances. These old comics from the 1960s were as new to me as the day they were first printed, giving me a personally unique experience with Spider-Man even in this day and age, one that people who are already familiar with the comics may unfortunately miss out on when perusing this omnibus.Less lauded, but a lot of fun is an early story about a gang war between 1930s throwback Hammerhead and Doctor Octopus, although it’s kind to consider Conway’s next role for Doc Ock merely misguided. Honestly, I like the switch up of our mystery villain’s plan, but it is also rather silly and requires a ton of work. Some of the stories can be a bit dated but the drama unfolding within is timeless and can be relateable to today's world as well.

The reason why Spider-Man never faltered in popularity or importance, neither as a character nor as a symbol, is all thanks to the dynamic duo of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. Turning the concept of a super hero on its head, they imbued the young, guilt-ridden Peter Parker with the fantastic powers of an arachnid and the fantastic pressures of an everyday teenager. These bigger mistakes occur only a handful of times throughout the 1000+ page book, but the fact that any were left in at all is either a testament to Marvel's commitment to preserving comic book history exactly the way it was all those years ago, or a laughable show of laziness on their part for not wanting to go back to make a few minor edits to the text.Read on Marvel Unlimited) It is absolutely incredible to go back to the beginning of this character and see how much of what made him iconic is there from the very beginning. No other comic I've read shows the guy's humor and dramatic perception, his understanding of the media and the skills to tell even the toughest stories so lightheartedly that you can get a huge amount of pleasure from it, more than this one. Sure, a lot of it may be hammy, and very rough and broad by today’s standards, but they’re no less entertaining for it.

It also does it in a way that’s both fun, Peter faking the Sandman photos, and sad, missing a date with Liz. My favorite character was Betty Brant because she highlighted what a self-obsessed prick Peter Parker was. Whereas the previous story redid another issue badly, this issue is essentially the new and improved issue 10. J. Jonah Jameson actually gets to be more of a reliable newspaper publisher with this issue when he notes some potential issues with Kraven.The continuation of the outsider stuff from high school is out of place because college is very different. The Slings and Arrows Graphic Novel Guide doesn't care where you've been, where you're going or where you're located.

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