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Superior Spider-Man - Volume 2: A Troubled Mind (Marvel Now) [Anglais] [Broché]

Dan Slott , Humberto Ramos , Ryan Stegman
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10 septembre 2013
An Avenger no more? In light of his recent violent actions, will the Avengers kick Spidey off the team? With a villain acting like a hero and a hero acting like a villain, one man has decided that enough is enough! The ghostly revenant of Peter Parker fights to regain control of his body, his mind, and his destiny! Is this the beginning of the end for Otto Octavius? The time has come to see who will live, who will die, and who will emerge as the one, true Superior Spider-Man! But when the Green Goblin returns, why is Spidey nowhere to be found? Plus: Jester! Screwball! Cardiac! And a new development for a Spider-Man who hasn't been seen for some time. And by "time," we mean centuries!

COLLECTING: Superior Spider -Man 6-10


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Superior Spider-Man - Volume 2: A Troubled Mind (Marvel Now) + Superior Spider-Man - Volume 3: No Escape (Marvel Now) + Superior Spider-Man - Volume 1: My Own Worst Enemy (Marvel Now)
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Dan Slott has built a loyal fan base by combining old-school fun with stories and characterizations friendly to new readers. Following a run on She-Hulk - which combined his sly humor and encyclopedic Marvel knowledge with an imaginative take on a comic-book law firm - Slott moved into the upper echelon of Marvel writers, launching Avengers: The Initiative and taking the reins on Mighty Avengers from Brian Michael Bendis. When Marvel gave Spider-Man a fresh start in 2008, Slott was one of several rotating writers on a thrice-monthly Amazing Spider-Man. Through three years and a hundred issues, Slott became the writer most closely identified with the web-slinger's "Brand New Day" era. Amazing hit the "Big Time" when Slott took over as full-time writer, chronicling a new chapter in the life of Peter Parker with artists such as Humberto Ramos, Stefano Caselli and Marcos Martin.

Mexican artist Humberto Ramos made his American comics debut in 1994 with DC's Impulse, featuring the Flash's brash grandson. In 1998, Ramos launched the creator-owned Crimson under Wildstorm's Cliffhanger imprint, illustrating the title for more than two years. He then moved to Marvel, becoming one of the most recognizable and innovative talents in comics. Seamlessly blending both Eastern and Western styles, the artist's artist has worked on many of Marvel's most iconic characters - including Spider-Man, Wolverine and the X-Men - in addition to a run on the fan-favorite Runaways.

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  • Broché: 112 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel (10 septembre 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785167056
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785167051
  • Dimensions du produit: 25,4 x 16,5 x 1 cm
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Will the torture ever stop? 25 septembre 2013
Par Stan FREDO TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Ce TPB fait suite à 'The Superior Spider-Man 1: My Own Worst Enemy' et, pour le cas où quelques-un(e)s encore l'ignoreraient : Dr. Octopus est mort. Sauf qu'il ne l'est pas. Il est vivant mais dans la mémoire et le corps de Spider-man donc - ipso facto, e pluribus unum et tout le toutime -, de Peter Parker.

Et, depuis, on nage en plein "sale mélange" ! Pour le fan de Spidey, chaque épisode, chaque page, CHAQUE CASE est une T.O.R.T.U.R.E ! Que va faire Otto Gunther Octavius qui va définitivement démolir notre personnage favori ?

Ce nouveau TP, qui contient les #6-10 de SSM (Superior Spider-Man), et qui voit le retour aux pinceaux d'Humberto RAMOS pour les 3/5è du recueil (c'est le "brave" Ryan STEGMAN qui est de permanence pour le reste), est un parcours du combattant, un véritable "Iron-Man" pour le fan de l'Homme-Araignée ! En effet, comme Octavius a gardé la mémoire de Parker, il se trouve qu'une partie de la conscience (si vous êtes croyant, de l'âme) de Parker est restée vivace. Et cette partie reprend du poil de la bête.

De plus, les Vengeurs se sont aperçus que quelque chose ne tourne pas rond chez le Tisseur. Ils le convoquent, et après quelques explications, le soumettent à un examen en règle. Problème : il n'y a pas de "lecteur-dans-les-pensées" dans les rangs des Vengeurs. C'est plutôt une spécialité des X-Men, canal "Cyclope" ou canal "Logan". Pour couronner le tout, ni Tony ni Bruce n'étaient là le jour de l'exam'...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Finalement, c'est qui le héros de l'histoire ? 19 septembre 2013
Par Présence TOP 50 COMMENTATEURS
Format:Broché
Ce tome fait suite à My own worst enemy (épisodes 1 à 5). Il contient les épisodes 6 à 10, parus initialement en 2013, tous écrits par Dan Slott. Les épisodes 6 à 8 sont dessinés par Humberto Ramos et encrés par Victor Olzaba. Les épisodes 9 & 10 sont dessinés et encrés par Ryan Stegman.

Norah Winters et Phil Urich couvrent l'allocution du maire J. Jonah Jameson sur les marches de la mairie. Alors qu'il déclare qu'il souhaite fermer la prison "The Raft" pour supercriminels, il est victime d'une blague potache. Jester et Screwball lui mettent une tarte à la crème en plein visage et lui baisse son pantalon, découvrant son caleçon. Tous les reporters présents filment et photographient l'événement et les images font le tour de la toile mondiale, faisant de Jameson la risée du monde entier à la vitesse des électrons. Jameson convoque Spider-Man dans les salons de la mairie pour lui demander d'attraper ces 2 insolents. Par la suite, Superior Spider-Man va se retrouver à se battre contre Cardiac (Elias Wirtham) pour la possession d'une invention d'Otto Octavius, puis à se défendre de son identité devant les Avengers, et enfin l'esprit de Peter Parker sera le lieu d'une lutte à la vie à la mort entre son propriétaire légitime et l'individu qui a usurpé la place, s'emparant de sa vie privée et publique.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best Spider-man storyline in years 19 septembre 2013
Par Sam Quixote - Publié sur Amazon.com
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SO GOOD! Superior Spider-man is SO GOOD - that's how it should only be described, only in superlative capitals. I picked this up yesterday thinking I'd read an issue or two before I start my day and I couldn't put it down until I'd read it straight through. Then I went online and bought issues #11-17 on eBay - this book made me switch from trades to monthlies because it's too long to wait for the collected editions!

If you're reading a review of Vol 2, you probably already know the setup, but if you don't, the short version is Doc Ock's mind is in Peter Parker's body. Doc Ock's body is dead, Peter Parker's mind is dead (but his soul is still haunting a part of his mind) and nobody knows Peter Parker is now Otto Octavius. Moreover Ock is determined to carry on being Spider-man, but he will use his higher intellect to become an even better Spider-man - a Superior Spider-man!

In this book, people start to question what's going on with "Peter" especially after the conclusion of the first volume where Spider-man executed a villain! He starts off this book by severely beating a pair of pranksters in a live streamed video that the Avengers see and decide to bring him in for testing. Meanwhile Cardiac is running an underground clinic for people in dire need of medical help but can't afford it and he needs a piece of equipment to save a little girl's life - only problem is, it's Octavius tech that the new Spider-man is strangely deeply possessive of! And finally, Doc Ock and Peter Parker have a showdown - inside Peter's head.

SO GOOD. I can't stop saying it, I loved this book. I love that Dan Slott is giving Doc Ock numerous challenging situations, both physically and morally. Spidey fighting the Avengers? Great! Then having to save the life of a girl whose condition he caused? Amazing! I love Anna Maria's character and that Slott is taking Peter back to school to earn his doctorate. Spider-man's always been written as a super-brain and Slott is underlining this aspect of the character, ensuring he's raised up amongst the likes of Reed Richards, Bruce Banner, and Tony Stark.

Peter also plays a big part in this book. He's slowly regaining control of his body and trying to make people aware that it's Otto and not him who's in charge of his body and that's why he's so changed, while Officer Carlie Cooper is trying to prove that that's the case. And the fight between Peter and Otto at the end is brilliant. Surreal, imaginative, full of insights into both characters, especially Otto's who's undergone some remarkable changes since the series began. Couple Dan Slott's dynamite script with Humberto Ramos and Ryan Stegman's art and you've got gold.

Slott is firing on all cylinders with this series. It's no understatement to call Superior Spider-man a masterpiece because it really is one of the best Spider-man storylines the character's ever had and Slott is working every angle, weaving all the story threads masterfully into one coherent, utterly compelling whole. It's an absolute joy to read - Superior Spider-man is both the title and an appropriate description for this book. Superhero comics at its finest!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 So far, so great... 20 septembre 2013
Par John Alexander - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
The art is magnificent and the story is even better. Dan Slott has been building this great story that's rivaling all other Spider-Man writers to date, and closing in on the classic Stan Lee start of ASM. The pair of Humberto Ramos and Ryan Stegman are magicians with the visuals. Their style's are very differnt from one another, but work so well that Spider-Man hasn't had art this good in years. Now, this isn't your granddad's Amazing Spider-Man, this is today's Superior Spider-Man. Things are certainly different from Stan Lee's day, so if you only started reading here with this trade, prepare for a status quo shocker. Catch up on Spider-Man: Dying Wish, Superior Spider-Man Team-Up: Superiority Complex (Spider-Man (Graphic Novels)) and Superior Spider-Man, Vol. 1: My Own Worst Enemy (Spider-Man (Graphic Novels)) to find out how we got to where we are.
Enjoy the ride, thank me later.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 "I didn't trust you to--" 10 septembre 2013
Par Toogull - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Dan Slott's continuing saga of the Superior Octopus, er, Spider-Man continues here in Volume 2. The storyline suggests that both Slott and Marvel are heavily invested in Octavius as the protagonist. I cannot disagree that there is a lot of room for expansion, however, perhaps the Peter Parker fragment in my mind has not been eradicated. It's who he'll always be. Peter Parker == Spider-Man. But the Superior Spider-Man is laudable in certain respects. The character's ambition is meritorious, even though the dude couldn't give a care in the world about NYC's hottest red-head this side of Emma Stone. Octavius' shortsightedness with respect to his allies is addressed outside of this book, in Superior Spider-Man #6AU, and it provides Slott yet another avenue to expand the character with. Slott teases you with the hopes of returning Peter, but then, just when you believe there to be hope, the dude slams the door in your face much like a jilted ex-girlfriend. Cardiac as a thread was fun; a 90's character resurrected with a purpose that leads Otto to permanently eradicating the Ghost Of Parker Past. With a "reset" like this, it provides Slott with an embarrassment of riches to work with; he can basically take 700 issues worth of issues (I see what you did there, and more if you add in all of the ancillary titles) and give them new perspective.

The artwork continues to be top-notch. Spider-Man is the company's flagship character, and it makes sense to devote some of the best resources to him. Ramos and Stegman continue to sharpen their tools with the character, much in the way Bagley, Larsen, and Immonen did when first handed the reins. I believe Stegman, with enough time under his belt, absolutely possesses the ability to reach the pantheon of great Spider-Man artists. Slott, Stegman, and Ramos exhibit great chemistry, and it shows. Panels leap out at you, and don't feel extraneous or trite. Every panel has a purpose. I would love to see Olivier Coipel take a spin with the character at some point.

I'm old school Spider-Man. My first issue was #252, the post-Secret Wars black costume. It's hard for me to grasp the concept of Peter Parker no longer being Spider-Man, however, I'm sure at some point, he'll return. That being said, I judge this title strictly on its own merits, and despite how I feel about the loss of Peter, that compulsory instinct to come back for more continues on. We look back at writers like Roger Stern, DeMatteis, Michelinie...Slott has an opportunity to join those folks as one of the best Spider-Man writers. JMS took the character in a terrific direction, but Slott has taken those building blocks and made his own mark. I am here, Slott. I haven't left yet. And you shouldn't either. You get one star knocked off because I miss the lame quips of Peter, but the die is truly cast. 4 stars - I like it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Superior Stuff 30 octobre 2013
Par Culleton - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
There may be spoilers ahead...

Dan Slott continues his brilliant start to Superior Spiderman with Volume 2 which finds Spidey at sorts not just with the bad guys, but also his colleagues in the Avengers. The volume kicks off with him chasing down Screwball and Jester who humiliated Mayor Jameson but as he enacts his retribution in the style we're used to with Otto Octavius inside Peter Parker's body and mind, the Avengers decide to bring him in.

After a tussle with Thor, Captain America, Wolverine, Spiderwoman and Black Widow, Spidey is placed on probation. But Otto notices something about his brain waves in the computer readouts, and he discovers that an element of Peter Parker still resides in his mind and he attempts to eradicate him once and for all.

But not until he's dealt with Cardiac, an anti-hero of sorts who also runs a medical facility to help those who can't afford treatment. It's during this run-in that Otto/Spidey recognises a neurolitic scanner that he himself invented back in the day (as Dr Octopus) that he realises will help him defeat Peter.

It's Otto versus Peter once again but this time the battlefield is inside Spiderman's own mind, and there will be only one victor.

Can Peter regain his body, mind and soul back from his nemesis, or will Otto prevail? And just what is happening underneath the city as minions and villains find refuge under a new leader? There's clearly something bigger on the horizon for Spidey.

This is still an exciting new direction for Spiderman and I'm enjoying it immensely. It's refreshing to see how Otto thinks and acts in Peter/Spidey's body, and Dan Slott is creating a new era of Spidey adventures with a twist. I can't wait to see how it will all turn out, and I hope the journey to the end is a long one, and not resolved quickly like some out there are hoping for. The artwork by Humberto Ramos and Ryan Stegman is great and I'm always hungry for more.

I realise that many long term Spiderman fans have been turning away in their droves because of this new direction, but for the time being, make my Spiderman SUPERIOR.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Still loving the new Spider-Man! 2 novembre 2013
Par Matt Anderson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Even though I felt less enthusiastic about this volume, it was still a very fun read. Otto as Spider-Man continues to entertain. I like all the new gadgets he is implementing, and the way that he hasn't given up on his "mad scientist" ways. I loved how angry he was to find out that Peter Parker didn't hold a doctorate. Anna Maria as a love interest for Otto wasn't a surprise, but it was a welcome addition to the cast. The new Peter needs a new love interest. I'm glad that MJ is out of the picture, and I wish her well with Pedro.

I don't think it will be long before Charlie connects the dots on what happened to Peter, but I'm not that interested in her investigation because I want Otto to stay in Peter's body. I'm curious to know who Charlie was talking to on the phone, but not that curious.

I'm glad that the Avengers are noticing that Spider-Man is different, but their reasons for putting him on probation seem odd since Wolverine is known to go berserker and kill people all the time.

At first I wasn't thrilled with Otto vs. Peter inside their shared brain, but it was definitely an important scene for the series. Not only did it definitively eliminate the original Peter Parker from the storyline, but it showed that Otto may in fact be a superior crime-fighter.

Here are the things that lowered this from a 5 to a 4-star rating. First, I didn't like the character, Cardiac, nor how much he was featured in this book. His storyline was slightly boring to me. Secondly, I read volumes 1 and 2 back-to-back, and I felt an unwelcome art change hit at the beginning of the second volume. I soon got used to it, though.

I can't wait to read more!
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