Ultimate Comics Spider-Man: Death of Spider-Man

Ultimate Comics Spider-Man: Death of Spider-Man The Wait Is Over Prepare Yourself For The Most Shocking Spider Man Story You Will Ever Read Young Peter Parker Has Led A Heroic Life, And Tried To Live By The Simple And Powerful Philosophy That With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility But Will That Philosophy Be Enough To Save Him From The Horror That Awaits Him Here This Is Easily The Most Important Story In Ultimate Spider Man History And Maybe The Most Important Story In The Ultimate Universe Who Better To Illustrate It Than Ultimate Spider Man Legend Mark Bagley, Making His Mighty Marvel Return It S Bendis And Bagley, Together Again And Just In Time Collecting Ultimate Comics Spider Man 156 160

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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  • Hardcover
  • 128 pages
  • Ultimate Comics Spider-Man: Death of Spider-Man
  • Brian Michael Bendis
  • English
  • 04 February 2019
  • 0785152741

10 thoughts on “Ultimate Comics Spider-Man: Death of Spider-Man

  1. says:

    Ive been a pretty vocal critic of the major comic publishers habit of stunt killing major characters to get a boost in publicity and sales This seems like it should fall squarely in that category It doesnt Im a little shocked at the emotional impact this book had on me Yeah, Ive been a Spider Man fan since I was a kid and youd think the death of one of your long time favorites would hit even a comic nerd in the squishy emotional places we dont like to admit to having, but Ive been through I ve been a pretty vocal critic of the major comic publishers habit of stunt killing major characters to get a boost in publicity and sales This seems like it should fall squarely in that category It doesn t I m a little shocked at the emotional impact this book had on me Yeah, I ve been a Spider Man fan since I was a kid and you d think the death of one of your long time favorites would hit even a comic nerd in the squishy emotional places we don t like to admit to having, but I ve been through several of these superhero snuffings at this point so I thought I d be able to read this while keeping an ironic distance Then I figured I would write up a smart ass review about making bets on how long it will be before Marvel resurrects him I won t be doing that.Normon Osborn, better known as The Green Goblin, has been a constant danger to Peter Parker since the beginning of the series because he knows that he s really Spider Man When Osborn stages a destructive break out from SHIELD custody, he also frees some of Spidey s biggest foes Dr Octopus, Vulture, Electro, Sandman and Kraven Their plan is to go to immediately to Peter s house and kill him along with anyone else who happens to be there.The Ultimates are too busy fighting their own black ops Avengers team that s gone rogue to be of any help Spider Man gets caught in their crossfire while saving another hero and is badly wounded Most people would just fall over and wait for an ambulance, but most people aren t Peter Parker who was once taught a hard lesson about power and responsibility Critically injured, outnumbered and alone, Spider Man fights a pack of supervillains in front of his home to save Aunt May, Mary Jane and the rest of his friends You can tell from the title how it ends.Two reasons this is the first superhero death to really get to me First, because this occurs in Marvel s Ultimate line, I think this one may actually stick They ve already worked out a story for a replacement Spider Man who is not Peter Parker, and by doing this in the Ultimate universe, they can still have him in the original Marvel stories yet actually allow Peter s death to play out with consequences in the Ultimate line Second, the Ultimate version of Peter Parker has been around long enough to build up his own stories, and I ve really enjoyed what they ve done with the character By taking Spidey back to his high school roots, Marvel not only gave us an updated origin story without decades of history about Venom or clones or retconned weddings, they returned to the essence of Peter Parker as Spider Man Guess what He was a good guy A really good guy I m going to miss him.Now we just have to hope that Marvel will know better than to screw up Peter s story by bringing him back

  2. says:

    Well, thats over, after 160 issues Like any series, this had its highs and lows but, overall, it was a pretty decent read The same writer staying with a book for 160 issues leads to a very coherent story whodve thunk it Im glad I gave this book another try, after originally giving up after six issues Well, that s over, after 160 issues Like any series, this had its highs and lows but, overall, it was a pretty decent read The same writer staying with a book for 160 issues leads to a very coherent story who d ve thunk it I m glad I gave this book another try, after originally giving up after six issues

  3. says:

    Why a mask Why a secret identity Heroes could all sign up for the police force, the FBI, or something like that and get paid to save humanity rather than be vigilantes Why a mask Why a secret identityProbably because whether it be a comic book or real life, if someone wants to hurt you it s bad if they know your name and where you live That s bad enough under the best of circumstances, but then let s add that your enemies are super powered and want to squeeze the life out of you When Why a mask Why a secret identity Heroes could all sign up for the police force, the FBI, or something like that and get paid to save humanity rather than be vigilantes Why a mask Why a secret identityProbably because whether it be a comic book or real life, if someone wants to hurt you it s bad if they know your name and where you live That s bad enough under the best of circumstances, but then let s add that your enemies are super powered and want to squeeze the life out of you When your friends, loved ones, and even your neighbors could become collateral damage, a mask and a secret identity aren t a luxury they re a necessity.In Death of Spider Man everything that could go wrong did His worst enemies know his name, they know where he lives, and they came to his front door.I m all emotional about this and I knew what was happening even before it happened The story was well told and absolutely pulled on my heart strings

  4. says:

    The first time I read this trade, it was first time I d read Ultimate Spider Man in years I d stopped somewhere around the fifth or sixth trade, and forgotten virtually everything that I d read Even without the background of 150 issues, I was still absorbed by the story Enough so that I went back and read those 150 issues, and then this again And let me tell you, it makes a huge difference.It s not that you can t read and enjoy this trade alone, without any context but what most people The first time I read this trade, it was first time I d read Ultimate Spider Man in years I d stopped somewhere around the fifth or sixth trade, and forgotten virtually everything that I d read Even without the background of 150 issues, I was still absorbed by the story Enough so that I went back and read those 150 issues, and then this again And let me tell you, it makes a huge difference.It s not that you can t read and enjoy this trade alone, without any context but what most people have gotten through cultural osmosis If you can vaguely identify who Peter Parker, Aunt May, Uncle Ben, Mary Jane Watson, Green Goblin, and Doctor Octopus are, you re good Those little scraps of information are all you really need to know And yet, I still heartily recommend readingUltimate Spider Man first Because context will help, greatly, and also because Ultimate Spider Man, to this point, is almost uniformly good to excellent.I m glad that I came back and read, with context I understand what Gwen and Johnny Storm and Bobby Drake are doing around here I know where Peter is in his life, and what he had to do to get there So I know exactly what he is sacrificing to protect his family And I know this kid, in a way that I didn t on the first read I thought this book was wrenching the first time I read it, but that was nothing compared to reading it after getting to know Peter so well, and loving him so much for being the flawed and inherently decent person that he is And it also makes me sad to know that I ll probably be saying goodbye to the rest of his supporting cast, the family he built over 150 issues I ll miss them, too As far as event comics go, this is one of the better ones, possibly the best Because Bendis put in the hard work of making me care for the characters, to get invested in them and their lives, to want so badly for them to be happy And then he goes and punches me in the heart, curse him The original review from my first read is behind the cut view spoiler Full disclosure although I read the first half dozen or so Ultimate Spider Man trades, ages ago, I haven t been keeping up with the Ultimate universe in the slightest I had obviously missed some fairly important things in Peter s story, and I didn t have a clue what the Ultimates were so busy doing That said, Bendis gets high marks for making the required continuity knowledge so low key that an uninitiated reader like myself can get by with basic Spider Man knowledge and a few panels of exposition here and there I remember really liking what I had read of Ultimate Spider Man, and I m not sure why I stopped Maybe that was a mistake I loved what I saw here of how Bendis handled the characters, especially Peter, who s still relatively young and inexperienced He s a teenager, still in high school, after all I think that lets the best of Peter shine through, his fundamentally good heart and his drive to do the right thing and protect the people he cares about There s no spoilers to be had here The title and the cover make the end result plainly, sadly obvious We know how this will end And in spite of that, in spite of only a passing acquaintance with this version of Peter Parker, Bendis makes the end absolutely wrenching Because it isn t overdone, it isn t melodramatic, and Peter s last moments are honest This is the one comic book death in an ongoing series that hasn t left me wondering how long will it last this time hide spoiler

  5. says:

    I really like this So much I m giving it an extra star from the last time I read it because it was still enjoyable on the re read Always loved the Ultimate Spider man book and I think this is a great final send off for Peter Parker There is some stuff in here that seems out of place, the whole Ultimates vs Avengers thing not sure if we needed the whole mini in this but okay and the stuff from Fallout that s just setup for the relaunch But the character stuff is fun and there s some really I really like this So much I m giving it an extra star from the last time I read it because it was still enjoyable on the re read Always loved the Ultimate Spider man book and I think this is a great final send off for Peter Parker There is some stuff in here that seems out of place, the whole Ultimates vs Avengers thing not sure if we needed the whole mini in this but okay and the stuff from Fallout that s just setup for the relaunch But the character stuff is fun and there s some really touching moments in here

  6. says:

    Really enjoyed this We all know how it s going to end, but it s the journey there that makes it worth while Peter just wont give up, which is basic Spider man through and through He also has no backup coming because everyone is tied up in Millar s Avengers vs Ultimates run, giving the story a bitsense now , but he s still got his friends, Johnny and Bobby, to give him some help Also, I like how they got Mark Bagley back on art for this arc It s a nice final bookend to the story of Really enjoyed this We all know how it s going to end, but it s the journey there that makes it worth while Peter just wont give up, which is basic Spider man through and through He also has no backup coming because everyone is tied up in Millar s Avengers vs Ultimates run, giving the story a bitsense now , but he s still got his friends, Johnny and Bobby, to give him some help Also, I like how they got Mark Bagley back on art for this arc It s a nice final bookend to the story of Ultimate Peter Parker, and he s also been the number guy for Ultimate Pete just like, in time Sara Pachelli will be the number one gal for Miles, maybe.Good comics Very good comics

  7. says:

    Tense Despite the title of the book, somehow Bendis wrings real tension, suspense and drama from this wrenching story.Spectacular battles, believable actions and decisions by the players and pretty much they way this should ve happened Peter especially acts exactly the way I d hoped he d be not cowed or depressed or exhausted by all this insanity but emboldened, brave and relentless everything I d aspire to be He s so human frustrated, impulsive, goofy and yeta super man than most Tense Despite the title of the book, somehow Bendis wrings real tension, suspense and drama from this wrenching story.Spectacular battles, believable actions and decisions by the players and pretty much they way this should ve happened Peter especially acts exactly the way I d hoped he d be not cowed or depressed or exhausted by all this insanity but emboldened, brave and relentless everything I d aspire to be He s so human frustrated, impulsive, goofy and yeta super man than most of these characters precisely because he s willing or able to push himself beyond his limitations.Peter s end is both sadly quiet and poetic I m sure this was a hard choice and decision to make, and there are probably a dozen other ways to finalize this, but this is right there with Bendis s style Felt just as earnest as his Ultimatum writing especially all that JJJ revelation stuff.I can t say I m completely satisfied with how it turned out but then again he won so many battles and it would ve sucked if a B lister like Kraven or Electro had taken him out.Bagley s art is really fluid and easy in the eyes It s a but exaggerated at times but so fully embodies the feel of the Ultimate universe that I ve actually come to enjoy it and miss it over the years.Here s my plot notes on who what and when since I can never remember these when reading later books view spoiler Norman Osborn breaks of of SHIELD custody with Doc Ock, Electro, Sandman, Vulture and Kraven Thye go to find Peter Parker, and Goblin seems to kill Doc Ock They fight Spidey near his home along with Human Torch and Iceman Gwen Stacy Aunt May are there, and May shoots and apparently kills Electro Peter apparently kills Osborn in his full raging Green Goblin mood, then succumbs to his injuries but not before his last words to May Uncle Ben I couldn t save himNo matter what I did But I saved you I did it I did hide spoiler

  8. says:

    It s good to like Spider Man stories again It s been a long time Life and such I plan to go back and read the entire Ultimate Spidey series someday I started reading the series when it came out Then life happened You know the story Boy meets girl, and funny books become less interesting Boy marries girl Boy and girl have twin sons Boy and girl get divorced, and boy rediscovers love of comics Yadda, yadda Same old, same old I actually went back to read this because of the new Miles It s good to like Spider Man stories again It s been a long time Life and such I plan to go back and read the entire Ultimate Spidey series someday I started reading the series when it came out Then life happened You know the story Boy meets girl, and funny books become less interesting Boy marries girl Boy and girl have twin sons Boy and girl get divorced, and boy rediscovers love of comics Yadda, yadda Same old, same old I actually went back to read this because of the new Miles Morales Spider Man series I enjoyed it immensely So I had to go back and read the first Miles Spidey series And in order to do that, I felt I needed to read the Death of Spider Man story line Marvel Unlimited can sometimes take you on loopy rides like that.MU count 784

  9. says:

    Mark Bagley, the artist of the first 110 issues of Ultimate Spider man returns for this arc ending in issue 160, to see Peter Parker out of this life with Brian Michael Bendis at the helm It s been an insane journey for the young Peter Parker the Ultimate universe has given us reworked versions of the stories from Spider man past, and been the most consistently funny, moving, exciting, and page turning series I ve ever read There have been missteps Clone Saga , but they have been small in Mark Bagley, the artist of the first 110 issues of Ultimate Spider man returns for this arc ending in issue 160, to see Peter Parker out of this life with Brian Michael Bendis at the helm It s been an insane journey for the young Peter Parker the Ultimate universe has given us reworked versions of the stories from Spider man past, and been the most consistently funny, moving, exciting, and page turning series I ve ever read There have been missteps Clone Saga , but they have been small in the overall scheme of the run And whilst we cyncial people might now that Peter s death might be due to flagging sales and the desires of a marketing department to have a new event to shill in order to compete with DC Comic s New 52 launch, the question remains is the story a worthy send off I believe it is Bendis writes this as he as always done on the title with wit, with poignance, and with a real understanding of the character He makes us feel for Peter He makes him a person We invest in the human drama which has always been the heart and core of this series, and the reason it has been as successful as it s been The end is particularly poignant, with each punch in the final battle hitting home in a way that the majority of comics can t seem to muster Peter comes full circle in the end, as every hero should He died a hero All we can do now is mourn, and hope that the new Spider man, Miles Morales, is a worthy successor But no matter how that turns out, the Peter Parker run of Ultimate Spider man can forever be treasured as a golden run on the character, and a reverential treatment of this nerdy, smart ass, good hearted hero.RIP Peter Parker

  10. says:

    Best Spider Man story I ve read in a long time, probably since the introduction of the first Hobgoblin in ASM 238.Peter puts up a hell of a fight against a super charged Norman Osborne Green Goblin He has a gun shot wound from saving Captain America from Punisher, and he s fought through 5 of the Sinister Six, with some help from Iceman and Human Torch.But the Goblin is last, and just like Superman in the early 90s, Pete pays the ultimate snicker price to stop his worst ever adversary.It s a Best Spider Man story I ve read in a long time, probably since the introduction of the first Hobgoblin in ASM 238.Peter puts up a hell of a fight against a super charged Norman Osborne Green Goblin He has a gun shot wound from saving Captain America from Punisher, and he s fought through 5 of the Sinister Six, with some help from Iceman and Human Torch.But the Goblin is last, and just like Superman in the early 90s, Pete pays the ultimate snicker price to stop his worst ever adversary.It s a quick read, and brutal from almost the beginning as Norman lays waste to the Triskelion.Way to go Peter, the world is dimmer without you, but I have a feeling a hispanic kid will step in solidly for you at some point in the future

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