Ultimate Spider-Man, Volume 2: Learning Curve

Ultimate Spider-Man, Volume 2: Learning CurveCollects Ultimate Spider Man 2000 8 13 Driven By A Desire For Revenge, Spider Man Sets Out To Take Down Wilson Fisk, The Infamous Kingpin Of Crime, Who Employed The Man Who Killed Peter S Beloved Uncle Ben. 3.0 stars Solid continuation of the re imagining of Spider man that began in Ultimate Spider Man Volume 1 This story arc has Spidey going after Wilson Fisk aka The Kingpin with solid writing by Brian Michael Bendis Recommended. Introduction After reading the first volume of Ultimate Spider Man, I was thrilled to get my hands on the second volume of this series Ultimate Spider Man Learning Curve is the second volume of Brian Michael Bendis Ultimate Spider Man series and this time, Peter Parker is going to take on a villain bigger than the last timeKINGPIN What is this story about In this volume, Peter Parker is still going around town, saving innocent people from various criminals that pop up in the city Introduction After reading the first volume of Ultimate Spider Man, I was thrilled to get my hands on the second volume of this series Ultimate Spider Man Learning Curve is the second volume of Brian Michael Bendis Ultimate Spider Man series and this time, Peter Parker is going to take on a villain bigger than the last time KINGPIN What is this story about In this volume, Peter Parker is still going around town, saving innocent people from various criminals that pop up in the city Unfortunately, Peter will soon discover that being Spider Man may not be all that it is cracked up to be as some of the media make him look like a menace rather than a hero and his social life seems to be dwindling Also, Peter has to deal with the city s big time crime lord, KINGPIN What I loved about this story Brian Michael Bendis writing Like the first volume, Brian Michael Bendis writing is interesting and hilarious at the same time I really liked the way that Brian Michael Bendis writes Peter Parker as Peter is shown as being an energetic and humorous teenager I loved the way that Peter fires various jokes towards his enemies, which is a quality that has often made him famous with the comic fans I also loved seeing Peter s growing relationship with Mary Jane as we get to see how being a superhero does affect Peter s social life and how he is trying to decide whether or not he should tell his family and friends about who he really is I also loved the portrayal of Kingpin here as he is truly ruthless and even scary at times, which made him into a truly worthy foe for Spider Man.Mark Bagley s artwork Mark Bagley s artwork is extremely colorful and detailed, especially with the character s faces as they show moments of being shocked or angry I also loved the images of the buildings in New York as it looks truly realistic and I can actually imagine myself being in New York whenever I looked at the images The only problem I have with Mark Bagley s artwork is that the characters are constantly smiling, even during moments whenever the characters are in an intense situation What made me feel uncomfortable about this story For anyone who does not like violence or language in a comic book, there is some language and violence in this volume, although it is not as strong as say something that comes out of Sandman or Saga Final Thoughts Overall, Ultimate Spider Man Learning Curve is a fantastic volume in Brian Michael Bendis Ultimate Spider Man series and I would highly recommend this volume to any fan of Ultimate Spider Man Review is also on Rabbit Ears Book Blog I think this was the book that made me a permanent fan of Bendis Between the spoilers stuff, the surprisingly easy quips, and Peter not being the unluckiest guy on the planet but still has some pathos to deal with , I kinda want a Bendis Spidey tattoo to mark myself as one of the Army.Quipping And pic ing This is the Spider Man we ve all come to lovethan the outdoors, or football, or any of the other things nerds just don t get.Except in the 21st century, Peter gets a job as a web site I think this was the book that made me a permanent fan of Bendis Between the spoilers stuff, the surprisingly easy quips, and Peter not being the unluckiest guy on the planet but still has some pathos to deal with , I kinda want a Bendis Spidey tattoo to mark myself as one of the Army.Quipping And pic ing This is the Spider Man we ve all come to lovethan the outdoors, or football, or any of the other things nerds just don t get.Except in the 21st century, Peter gets a job as a web site designer And goes on a date with MJ that she asked him on MJ makes my heart sing A couple of notes about Mark Bagley s art He s got a nice young feel to his pencils loose, not realistic, which makes this feelfun and less heavy adult And his sense of dynamic movement is great action always looks engaging However, he s also got a slight problem with facial expressions As in, unless someone s very mad, they always look like they re smiling and super relaxed, like they re slightly high which I doubt is the writer s intent.Bendis doesn t seem to have any trouble in the quipping department however Nor in the ballsy let s change up the usual tensions and hope we can write our way around them later moves view spoiler hide spoiler Finally, I think I almost peed myself when Bendis called back to this nerds gonna lose their minds moment view spoiler hide spoiler This was fun and a quick read It follows up well on the first volume, showing us Peter s difficulties with getting to grips with the superhero gig I like that he s not immediately an amazing crime fighter, that he has learning to do and he s not invulnerable I liked the developments with Mary Jane, too I wasn t as sure about some of the art, like the pages just basically full of panels of people s faces I get that they re portraying a conversation, and I m sure I could pull out reasons from This was fun and a quick read It follows up well on the first volume, showing us Peter s difficulties with getting to grips with the superhero gig I like that he s not immediately an amazing crime fighter, that he has learning to do and he s not invulnerable I liked the developments with Mary Jane, too I wasn t as sure about some of the art, like the pages just basically full of panels of people s faces I get that they re portraying a conversation, and I m sure I could pull out reasons from my comics class for why they set up the page that way, but it doesn t work as a technique for me as a reader Less compelling than the previous volume, but still mostly solid storytelling Peter has decided to strike out at the Kingpin, because the thug who killed Uncle Ben worked for him Fair enough, there s plenty of reasons besides revenge to want him to go down But I ve never been thrilled with Kingpin as a villain, and though Bendis does what I think is the best work that could be expected with him he is genuinely menacing I m still not a fan The title of this collection is apt, because Peter Less compelling than the previous volume, but still mostly solid storytelling Peter has decided to strike out at the Kingpin, because the thug who killed Uncle Ben worked for him Fair enough, there s plenty of reasons besides revenge to want him to go down But I ve never been thrilled with Kingpin as a villain, and though Bendis does what I think is the best work that could be expected with him he is genuinely menacing I m still not a fan The title of this collection is apt, because Peter is doing some serious on site learning about this superhero gig I loved that he s ultimately successful not through simple force of strength, but only once he comes up with a workable strategy that doesn t revolve around combat There is a bit less of Peter s personal, non Spidey life here, but that s to be expected And those scenes are mostly very good I really like Peter s conversations with Mary Jane, and Aunt May gets a fantastic scene where she attempts to have The Talk with Peter.The art though I don t know The artist does the action scenes very well, but the facial expressions he uses Horrible Especially Mary Jane, who often looks manic when she s meant to be cheerful I think it s the overly wide eyes he gives everyone most of the characters, especially Mary Jane, always look like they re gaping at something astounding that makes what should be a pleasant smile looklike a manic grimace Again, entertaining but nothing new If anything, the jokes about the Kingpin were a bit tired and everyone was a bit over the top in terms of characterization, but it had a very endearing ending The art by Bagley and Thibert was solid, classic Marvel fare.I ll keep on reading the series, but it still feels like its finding its own voice It hasn t yet taken off, but I m hoping it gets better. The story s good in terms of as the title indicates Peter learning, making mistakes, juggling various aspects of his life It s hard to balance life as a high school student by day with the activities of a vigilante superhero by night Especially when his ego starts writing some checks his body almost can t cash Sorry I couldn t resist In this installment, Peter also gets a job at the Daily Bugle, working on its website in this updated version and also a cute pun I liked the way his The story s good in terms of as the title indicates Peter learning, making mistakes, juggling various aspects of his life It s hard to balance life as a high school student by day with the activities of a vigilante superhero by night Especially when his ego starts writing some checks his body almost can t cash Sorry I couldn t resist In this installment, Peter also gets a job at the Daily Bugle, working on its website in this updated version and also a cute pun I liked the way his budding relationship with Mary is portrayed, how he decides to tell her the truth about his alter egoand how Aunt May deals, embarrassingly PSA style, with potential teenage romance under her roof I thought the plotline dealing with the Kingpin and his under thugs was less interesting than the Norman and Harry Osborn stuff in the previous book, even though it s part of Peter s quest to root out everyone with a connection to his Uncle Ben s death.The art, as before, is quite good Peter looks sort of like a teenage Michael Weatherly a good thing with a bad haircut I m not quite sure how I feel about so many small panels that are varying degrees of extreme close ups It definitely gives a lot of reaction shots , but at times the pages felt a little crowded.Overall enjoyable, though and I m continuing on to volume 3 soon I am a little curious why she s just Mary now They ve called her M.J in the past Is the writer just avoiding Mary Jane because it s also drug slang Spider man Vs Kingpin Little scrawny dude verses fat gigantic mobster Bendis really hits his stride here as he shows Peter figuring out how to fight crime Not only is Peter still learning but I love how many fuck ups he has Losing to regular gangsters sometimes, villains putting him in extremely bad situations, and fights getting brutal Oh and Kingpin Goddamn is he a villain in here.First let me state Bendis writes Peter and MJ so perfect it s SO FUCKING CUTE I love them as friends and we Spider man Vs Kingpin Little scrawny dude verses fat gigantic mobster Bendis really hits his stride here as he shows Peter figuring out how to fight crime Not only is Peter still learning but I love how many fuck ups he has Losing to regular gangsters sometimes, villains putting him in extremely bad situations, and fights getting brutal Oh and Kingpin Goddamn is he a villain in here.First let me state Bendis writes Peter and MJ so perfect it s SO FUCKING CUTE I love them as friends and we know they ll be lovers soon The last issue especially is PERFECT Spider man comic But the Kingpin stuff is also great How Peter gets a job is a little too convenient for me but the rest really works I also really enjoy the humor as I usually have issues with how most people write Peter s jokes but here they work Yeah, Ultimate Spider man is becoming such a nice re read now that I m finished with volume 2 I can t wait to keep reading A 5 out of 5 This is dated but good Wow some of the language and references are dated but overall it s a fun fun read Word Still not a fan of the art, I really liked it in 2000 but now the characters are fugly especially the eyes World building is great, it s paced well and unfolds when the story needs it to For a 16 year old book the world building is great Story Paced well and reads fast I really like the time Bendis spends on making Peter human, he makes mistakes and is a kid Also the time spent This is dated but good Wow some of the language and references are dated but overall it s a fun fun read Word Still not a fan of the art, I really liked it in 2000 but now the characters are fugly especially the eyes World building is great, it s paced well and unfolds when the story needs it to For a 16 year old book the world building is great Story Paced well and reads fast I really like the time Bendis spends on making Peter human, he makes mistakes and is a kid Also the time spent out of the suit is done well, you want to read that partthan him being Spider Man The story is fairly straight forward for 2016 but it s good The last issue was gold, the fact that Bendis is willing to spend an entire issue on one scene is great, characters matter that s why this book works Characters Peter is real, he s smart and he s human He makes mistakes and he solves them by using his head Bendis allows readers to see him fail which is wonderful as I find some writers simply rush a character s development for the sake of getting to the action The characters are the star, that s the main focus MJ also gets great development her and she speaks the iconic line which made me squee face it tiger, you just hit the jackpot Fisk is also good, I could have done withdevelopment of his empire anddevelopment to show his intellect but that s just the difference between 2000 and 2016 comic books Great second arc that builds on everything that worked in first arc This book is great Onward to the next book

A comic book writer and erstwhile artist He has won critical acclaim including five Eisner Awards and is one of the most successful writers working in mainstream comics For over eight years Bendis s books have consistently sat in the top five best sellers on the nationwide comic and graphic novel sales charts.Though he started as a writer and artist of independent noir fiction series, he shot to stardom as a writer of Marvel Comics superhero books, particularly Ultimate Spider Man.Bendis first entered the comic world with the Jinx line of crime comics in 1995 This line has spawned the graphic novels Goldfish, Fire, Jinx, Torso with Marc Andreyko , and Total Sell Out Bendis is writing the film version of Jinx for Universal Pictures with Oscar winner Charlize Theron attached to star and produce.Bendis s other projects include the Harvey, Eisner, and Eagle Award nominated Powers with Michael Avon Oeming originally from Image Comics, now published by Marvel s new creator owned imprint Icon Comics, and the Hollywood tell all Fortune and Glory from Oni Press, both of which received an A from Entertainment Weekly.Bendis is one of the premiere architects of Marvel s Ultimate line comics specifically created for the new generation of comic readers He has written every issue of Ultimate Spider Man since its best selling launch, and has also written for Ultimate Fantastic Four and Ultimate X Men, as well as every issue of Ultimate Marvel Team Up, Ultimate Origin and Ultimate Six.Brian is currently helming a renaissance for Marvel s AVENGERS franchise by writing both New Avengers and Mighty Avengers along with the successful event projects House Of M, Secret War, and this summer s Secret Invasion.He has also previously done work on Daredevil, Alias, and The Pulse.

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  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • Ultimate Spider-Man, Volume 2: Learning Curve
  • Brian Michael Bendis
  • English
  • 28 August 2019
  • 0785108203

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