Marvel Masterworks The Amazing Spider Man Vol In in the pages of a comic book slated for cancellation Stan Lee and Steve Ditko gave birth to one of the most enduring icons in American popular culture the one and only Amazing Spider Man Turn

  • Title: Marvel Masterworks: The Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 3
  • Author: Stan Lee Steve Ditko
  • ISBN: 9780785111887
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In 1962 in the pages of a comic book slated for cancellation, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko gave birth to one of the most enduring icons in American popular culture the one and only Amazing Spider Man 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 everyIn 1962 in the pages of a comic book slated for cancellation, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko gave birth to one of the most enduring icons in American popular culture the one and only Amazing Spider Man 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 The combination was pure magic So join us in the following pages as we present stories of spectacular web slinging adventure from Spidey s early days including battles with the Green Goblin, the Molten Man, Vulture and Scorpion Featuring appearences by Dr Strange and the Human Torch Collects The Amazing Spider Man 20 30, Annual 2

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    1. Stan Lee Steve Ditko says:

      Stan Lee born Stanley Martin Lieber is an American writer, editor, creator of comic book superheroes, and the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics.With several artist co creators, most notably Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he co created Spider Man, the Fantastic Four, the X Men, Iron Man, the Hulk, Daredevil, the Silver Surfer, Dr Strange, and many other characters, introducing complex, naturalistic characters and a thoroughly shared universe into superhero comic books He subsequently led the expansion of Marvel Comics from a small division of a publishing house to a large multimedia corporation.



    2 thoughts on “Marvel Masterworks: The Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 3

    1. I didn't enjoy these stories as much as those in the first two volumes. Definitely still a great comic though. As with most of the comics of its time, there is an overload of dialogue bubbles explaining the characters' every thoughts, which sometimes makes the story hard to trudge through. In the end, this continues to be an enjoyable read, especially for its age.

    2. This book collects Amazing Spider-man #20-30 and Annual #2.First of all, this Volume in Spider-man's adventures was not quite as good as the prior two particularly Volume 2. However, the quality doesn't drop much. The first two collections contained the introduction of Spider-man's most amazing foes, the Sinister Six, and the superb story arch from Amazing Spider-man #17-#19. This book is less groundbreaking. As he did with Fantastic Four, once Lee has a good stable of established villains, he t [...]

    3. There's nothing NOT to like about this volume of Marvel Masterworks. Steve Ditko hits his stride in this, the penultimate hardcover of his Spider-Man work. He makes Peter Parker into a character everyone can relate to and a believable person: Girl troubles, money woes, and philosophical quandaries abound. His artwork is as good as it ever was here, highlighting the Everyman nature of Peter and making Spidey into the action-packed acrobat we've all come to know and love. The first four volumes of [...]

    4. I didn't dislike this collection, but like the first two volumes, these simple adventures all tend to run together. Notable figures and events this time are the introduction of the Scorpion, Smythe and the Spider-Slayer, two return appearances by the Green Goblin, the origin of the Molten Man, and Peter's fairly realistic relationships with Liz Allan and Betty Brant. The only girls I'd ever heard about growing up were MJ Watson and Gwen Stacy; it was interesting to see Peter's drama with two ent [...]

    5. These are from '65, and it shows so endearingly, from talks about disarmament conferences to the "blamed" way Flash Thompson grates on Peter Parker's nerves. Can't wait to read volume four, when Gwen Stacy is introduced!

    6. Spider-man is funny and well written. Some of the plots, characters, and dialogue are dated, but it's mostly charming, not offensive.

    7. More Lee and Ditko fun. While there are some issues here that are less amazing than the previous volume, there aren't any bad ones and there are a few genuine classics.

    8. Things that keep me reading Spidey's Marvel Masterworks series where I've quit for now on some of the others are:1. Spider-Man actually has relateable problems. Unlike Batman or Iron Man he has to make ends meet.2. Stan Lee & Steve Ditko are so incredibly committed to making this the most amazing, awesome thing ever and they aren't afraid to just directly say that. I love the confidence in the writing and the frenzied, kinetic glory of the action.3. I love how they really draw out the secret [...]

    9. Finally, some really fun Spider-Man stories that are not overburdened by Stan Lee's droning word balloons. The difference, I think, is that Steve Ditko is the plotter of many of these stories and he leaves room in the art for the soap opera story elements that are so dear to Lee's heart. The result is that Lee does not try to cram these elements into panels that are really about something else. The collection is uneven and includes the truly bizarre annual #1, but the worst stories are average f [...]

    10. Great volume of stories I rarely have read - if at all - in the past.The series sees Peter graduate High School and begin his college studies. Stories begin to intertwine his character-driven moments with the typical (but above average) comic book action. You can see the culture of the 60's slowly building as the creative team knows they have a hit and are having fun. It's still the early/mid 60's - so we don't see the full 60's "vibe" yet, but the benefit of hindsight lets us know it's coming a [...]

    11. Spiderman's adventures continue. His love life gets more troubled, with 2 women after him. The green goblin turns up again, and is not quite like you remember him yet. The Molten Man is introduced, and the Scorpion returns. Oh, and Peter Parker graduates from high school. This is still very much of its time, though more time is given to character development now. A good read.

    12. The Marvel Masterworks volumes are fantastic reprints of the early years of Marvel comics. A fantastic resource to allow these hard to find issues to be read by everyone. Very recommended to everyone and Highly recommended to any comic fan.

    13. First appearances aplenty in this collection, including a cameo from Mary jane Watson. The Scorpion shows up to fight Spidey, as does The Molten Man. Spidey was close to hitting his stride at this point in history, with no less than three appearances by The Green Goblin!

    14. I have mixed feelings about these stories. On the one hand, the art and vibrant colors are great. The stories have depth and continuity. However, they are also dense and overly long. I appreciate them for what they are, but don't particularly enjoy reading them in a cluster.

    15. Not as good as the first two, especially since the annual was just a compilation of old issues. Still enjoyable though.

    16. had to power through stan lees excessive dialogue. then again didnt people did used to talk in soliloquies and redundancies? j/k

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