Spider-Man: Reign

Spider-Man: Reign The Capes And Tights Crowd There S No Place For Them In The Big Gapple Any Peter Parker He Can T Even Remember What It Was Like To Don The Red And Blue And Swing Through The Night Sky Doesn T Want To, Anyway After All, There S Nothing Left To Fight For, Is There That Is Until An Old Friend Appear On Peter S Doorstep.

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  • Hardcover
  • 160 pages
  • Spider-Man: Reign
  • Kaare Kyle Andrews
  • English
  • 09 November 2019
  • 0785117172

10 thoughts on “Spider-Man: Reign

  1. says:

    Starts out interesting Spidey as a codger, shuffling around, getting pushed around, and staying off the radar Hallucinating about his dead wife, trying to make her happy.Then it just gets silly, hard to believe The old man with a broken arm jumps some armoured cops and beats them senseless Then later his arm is healed for no reason And we get kids, raised from birth in a police state, all of a sudden talking like Ayn Rand and rising up for the first time against the oppressors Nice fantas Starts out interesting Spidey as a codger, shuffling around, getting pushed around, and staying off the radar Hallucinating about his dead wife, trying to make her happy.Then it just gets silly, hard to believe The old man with a broken arm jumps some armoured cops and beats them senseless Then later his arm is healed for no reason And we get kids, raised from birth in a police state, all of a sudden talking like Ayn Rand and rising up for the first time against the oppressors Nice fantasy kids, doesn t even come close to a believable emotional moment.The art is pretty interesting, and even though it portrays some impossible moves by various folks, it s at least captivatingly weird Not easy to follow the action, but vivid in exaggeration nonetheless.I wanted so bad for this story to have deep emotional resonance or even just the level of focused anger we saw in the Dark Knight Returns Instead we find a half baked love note to MJ and JJJ, and a sad tribute to what strength Parker always had

  2. says:

    There are so many things I love about this book The references to nursery rhymes that fit the story perfectly, the totally different take on Spider Man and Peter Parker The first pages are great Those first ten pages paint a very gloomy Manhattan and a very old and beaten Spider Man I also love Jameson in this as some kind of crazy street prophet.That first splash page where we see Spider Man slowly but surely returning, is pure magic How great is it to see Spider Man as an old man in his b There are so many things I love about this book The references to nursery rhymes that fit the story perfectly, the totally different take on Spider Man and Peter Parker The first pages are great Those first ten pages paint a very gloomy Manhattan and a very old and beaten Spider Man I also love Jameson in this as some kind of crazy street prophet.That first splash page where we see Spider Man slowly but surely returning, is pure magic How great is it to see Spider Man as an old man in his boxers after a fight in his crouching Spider Man pose.The panels and pages are very cinematic The colors and art are very fitting for the story We have the Sinner Six in stead of the Sinister Six who are sent after Spider Man when he returns in his black costume This story gets you emotionally invested, especially if you re a Spider Man fan to begin with One of my favorite moments in this, has to be the real return of Spider Man Where he fully emerges from the grave in his red and blue suit, screaming Wherever there s a hang up wherever there s a bang up..Here comes the SPIDER MAAAAAAAANNNNN words from the Spider Man theme I mean when you re reading this, you can hear him scream From that moment on the gloomy feel and look of the story and art remain But are now accompanied with the wisecracking fun of your friendly neighborhood Spider Man.Spider Man faces off against Electro, Hydro Man, the Scorpion, Mysterio and Kraven the Hunter and he defeats every single one of them with ease because he fights without restraint, without hesitating Beacause he has nothing left to live for, all he wants is to be reunited with Mary Jane.The last page with a total of 6 panels is the perfect ending to a greatly written and drawn Spider Man story This one really is for the fans I own it in hardcover and I ll be hunting down the single issues which means that I love it.The writer has written this story with his heart and soul For all of the Spidey fans out there, read this You won t be disappointed

  3. says:

    I picked this up because it was listed on a few websites as one of the worst Spidey stories ever I wouldn t say that, but I was definitely underwhelmed The most fuss was made over Peter s radioactive semen definitely an ill advised plot point, but barely any time was spent on it Otherwise, like everyone else says, it had a real Dark Knight Returns vibe, but not nearly as good That s not necessarily a slight on Andrews though he s a much better artist than writer , it s just that Peter Park I picked this up because it was listed on a few websites as one of the worst Spidey stories ever I wouldn t say that, but I was definitely underwhelmed The most fuss was made over Peter s radioactive semen definitely an ill advised plot point, but barely any time was spent on it Otherwise, like everyone else says, it had a real Dark Knight Returns vibe, but not nearly as good That s not necessarily a slight on Andrews though he s a much better artist than writer , it s just that Peter Parker has a hard time being a dark anything The most intense I ve ever seen him was when he beat the pudding out of the Kingpin during Back in Black, and that had to do with his Aunt May He s pretty much in denial about his anger and a lot of other things Bruce Wayne knows exactly what he s doing and what it s costing him psychologically, but he does it anyway

  4. says:

    Nothing I ve never read before.In the beginning it felt like this story was supposed to be The Friendly Neighborhood Spider Returns without the grey morality orthan superficial social commentary of The Dark Knight Returns Later on it turns into a generic execution of the You can t simply stop being a hero just because you re on a guilt trip trope.

  5. says:

    If you ever thought, I wish I could read a Spider Man story stripped of any of the characters whimsy and joy and set in an ultra grim, authoritarian future where Mary Jane has died from long term exposure to Peter Parker s radioactive sperm Oh, and it would be really great if every page was actively unpleasant to look at, then brother do I have the graphic novel for you

  6. says:

    Spiderman Reign is a strange story Written by Kaare Andrews, it takes place in an alternate reality that has nothing to do with the normal continuity.NYC has become an independent authoritarian police state known as the Reign As the Reign has cracked down on crime and outlawed superheroes, there is ostensibly peace There isn t The laws are brutally oppressive and the media political complex feed you propaganda.Spiderman, in this world, is in his 70 s or 80s Mary Jane had died from canc Spiderman Reign is a strange story Written by Kaare Andrews, it takes place in an alternate reality that has nothing to do with the normal continuity.NYC has become an independent authoritarian police state known as the Reign As the Reign has cracked down on crime and outlawed superheroes, there is ostensibly peace There isn t The laws are brutally oppressive and the media political complex feed you propaganda.Spiderman, in this world, is in his 70 s or 80s Mary Jane had died from cancer caused by his radioactive blood and Peter lives alone, poor and miserable as he talks to the ghost of his dead wife One day, out of the blue, he is visited by the wreck of J Jonah Jameson, who motivates Spiderman to come back.Spiderman then suits back up and inspires a whole new generation of people to fight the Reign That s pretty much it There are some great ideas here The dark and oppressive theme of Spiderman s world is an interesting take and I thought it was rather unique and original.The execution falls a bit short the idea of a geriatric Spiderman, who had his arm easily broken in the first few pages, then all of a sudden becomeswell.uhyoung Spiderman and kicking ass is bizarre As is the whole little bratty kids standing up to armed police state thugs , for if things were truly that way then how did the Reign take over to begin with The artwork is pretty good, the story original but nothing great and the writing of the dialogue is actually quite good All of this makes for a three star comic A good read, though hardly fun It is a dark and grim look, with shades of bright thoughts for the future I ll give it some credit for being different and unique The idea behind the mastermind of this whole thing is a bit strange indeed I didn t realize the symbiote had such long range strategic thinking As I said it is an interesting idea, but perhaps lacking in the execution Looking for something different Try Spiderman Reign

  7. says:

    This attempt to do a Dark Knight Returns for Spidey has some germs of good ideas but nothing gels very well Interesting and somewhat touching at first, but becomes muddled and boring.

  8. says:

    What the hell was that I m not a big Spider Man reader, but this is some Elseworlds style story, I guess, taking place in the distant future where Spider Man has retired and Reign soldiers are running the town now, as the mayor tries to build a protective web over the city Then there s something about evil soldiers, a Spider Man villain who is taking everything over, and using lots of other Sinister Six characters as underlings The whole geriatric Spider Man thing is unpleasant, and the sto What the hell was that I m not a big Spider Man reader, but this is some Elseworlds style story, I guess, taking place in the distant future where Spider Man has retired and Reign soldiers are running the town now, as the mayor tries to build a protective web over the city Then there s something about evil soldiers, a Spider Man villain who is taking everything over, and using lots of other Sinister Six characters as underlings The whole geriatric Spider Man thing is unpleasant, and the story spendstime on his mental state than anything else The art is gloomy and dark and unpleasant, which puts it in line with the story Bells are used as weapons, and a group of kids are serving as some sort of resistance in a cult led by J Jonah Jameson I don t know, there are a lot of ideas thrown around here, but none of them really gel with each other or make much sense This has the Marvel Knights Imprint on it, which makes me think it s a standalone series I kind of hope so, because I can t imagine anything else matching this tone and basic insanity Not recommended at all

  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Spider Man killed Mary Jane with his jizz That s it That s the book.

  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Andrews tries to make a Spider Man version of the Dark Knight Returns, and it works better than expected It s a brutal, hallucinogenic story set in a militaristic urban landscape a big ball of War On Terrorism nerves, complete with cutaways to propagandistic news reporters The art s even ugly, in that beautiful Frank Miller way.It s rough around the edges A big revelation in the third issue is silly and handled poorly Spider cum , and a late game twist involving a new audience surrogate Andrews tries to make a Spider Man version of the Dark Knight Returns, and it works better than expected It s a brutal, hallucinogenic story set in a militaristic urban landscape a big ball of War On Terrorism nerves, complete with cutaways to propagandistic news reporters The art s even ugly, in that beautiful Frank Miller way.It s rough around the edges A big revelation in the third issue is silly and handled poorly Spider cum , and a late game twist involving a new audience surrogate character doesn t feel earned at all.But otherwise solid stuff, and I m definitely interested in checking outof Kaare Andrews work in the future

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