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The Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus - Volume 2 (Anglais) Relié – 2 mai 2012

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The Stan Lee/John Romita era starts here! Lee and Romita transformed the web-slinger into Marvel's top title with stories that raised your spirits, tore at your heartstrings and kept you on the edge of your seat. From the revelation of the Green Goblin's secret identity to the unforgettable entrance of Mary Jane Watson, these classics define Spidey to this day - with star-studded debuts including the Kingpin, the Rhino and Captain Stacy; Spidey's disastrous first tryout with the Avengers; the iconic "Spider-Man No More!" issue; the true story of Peter Parker's parents; and an epic battle against the Green Goblin! Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #39-67 and ANNUAL #3-5; SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN MAGAZINE (1968) #1-2; and material from NOT BRAND ECHH #2, #6 and #11.


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En ce joli mois de mai, nous célébrons le 50è anniversaire de la création du personnage de Spider-man par Stan Lee (scénarios et dialogues) et Steve Ditko (dessins). Quelques mois après la création des Quatre Fantastiques, Marvel Comics enfonçait ainsi le clou d'une révolution dans le monde des comics de super-héros.
Avec la ligne "Omnibus", Marvel réédite d'anciens épisodes ou "arcs" de ses principaux personnages et ce volume est le deuxième dans une série qui reprend chronologiquement tous les épisodes du comic book "The Amazing Spider-Man" (et autres parutions rattachées).
Avec ses près de 1 000 pages, ce deuxième volume couvre une période qui va de la mi-1966 à la fin de 1968. Ce sont les débuts de John Romita Sr. avec Spider-Man, suite au départ de S. Ditko.
Il s'agit d'une période très mouvementée dans la société nord-américaine et au fil des pages, on en voit le témoignage. On passe directement d'une ambiance encore marquée par les années 1950 au milieu des années 1960 en quelques épisodes ! Merci les Beatles, les hippies et... Strawberry Alarm Clock !
A cet égard, il faut souligner que cette collection reprend également la rubrique du courrier des lecteurs de chaque comic book, qui offre en soi une lecture passionnante. Si, absorbé par le suspense, vous avez loupé telle incohérence dans le scénario ou telle erreur du dessinateur, une lettre d'un fan vous la signalera ! On n'écrit plus comme cela dans les forums sur les super-héros !
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The second ten issues collected in "Marvel Masterworks: Amazing Spider-Man Volume 2" are better than the first ten issues collected in Volume 1. Of course, you cannot appreciate the second ten issues without having read the first ten issues, so do not think that you should begin your appreciation of Spider-Man with this second volume. Unlike the "Essential Spider-Man, Volume 1," which combines all of the aforementioned comic book stories in a single volume, these reprints are in color. Either way one of the things that stands out in these issues is the outstanding artwork of Steve Ditko. I was never really a fan of the way Ditko drew people, but his compositional skills are absolutely first rate.
In these ten issues Stan Lee and Ditko consistently work in all of the familiar elements that made Spider-Man the most popular comic book superhero of the 1960s. Peter Parker loves Betty Bryant, but when her brother is shot during a fight she ends up blaming Spider-Man (#11), showing that when it comes to the romance department our hero rarely has any good luck. To add to his troubles Spider-Man is "Unmasked by Dr. Octopus" (#12), has to tangle with both the Green Goblin and the Incredible Hulk (#14), teams up with Daredevil to battle the Ringmaster (#16), has to deal with a supervillain created specifically by J. Jonah Jameson ("The Coming of the Scorpion," #20), has to worry about poor old frail Aunt May (#17), and even ends up seeing a psychiatrist because Mysterio is driving him crazy (#13). For Spider-Man, being a superhero is not all it is cracked up to be.
One of the improvements in this second collection is that we are dealing with the best of Spider-Man's villains: Kraven the Hunter, Mysterio, and the Scorpion, with Dr.
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I am sure I am not alone in going back and re-reading "The Amazing Spider-Man" from the beginning as a way of both preparing for the first theatrical film version and critiquing its fidelity to the original comic books. When he first appeared in "Amazing Fantasy" #15 the promise was that we would find the character to be "just a bit...different." Although there were similarities to those who had come before (e.g., the motivation of a loved one's death just like Batman, the use of radioactivity to provide superpowers), it was ultimately the difference that made Spider-Man so popular. However, the key element of that difference did not not emerge until issue #1 of "The Amazing Spider-Man," when J. Jonah Jameson begins his public crusade against the Spider-Man menace Ultimately, what made Spider-Man "different" was that he was considered to be a menace rather than a hero by the public, and usually neither Peter Parker nor his web-slinger alter-ego had any luck other than bad. Here was the comic book superhero as underdog.
What is amazing as you re-read these stories is how well these comics stand up (with the glaring exception of "Spider-Man" #1 where they drop a net to try and capture John Jameson's errant space capsule and Spidey catches a ride from a jet fighter using his webbing). I was never a big admirer of Steve Ditko's artwork, especially the stuff he did after he left Marvel, but in going over these early Spider-Man comics I am very impressed with his compositional skills. Maybe it is because these are in black & white rather than in color that this strength of Ditko's artwork really emerges, but Ditko deserves a lot more credit than I had given him the first time around.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Marvel knows how to do an omnibus 19 avril 2012
Par Jim Davis - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is the second Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus. Together with the first omnibus it forms the perfect upgrade for the first seven Marvel Masterwork Amazing Spider-Man volumes. The first omnibus collects the first three masterworks plus the first eight issues of the fourth. The present book collects the last two issues of the fourth and Masterworks Volumes 5, 6, and 7. This rather odd breakdown comes from the understandable desire (and customer demand) to collect the entire Steve Ditko corpus into the first omnibus. The current book showcases the artistic talents of John Romita.

But beyond just reprinting what is in the masterworks Marvel worked in many extras. All the letters pages are reproduced which recaptures the excitement of the Silver Age like nothing else really can. Rereading these letters really takes one back. But wait...there's more! There are three Spider-Man parodies from the contemporary humor comic Not Brand Echh! There are the usual pages of original and unused art including the full color oil paintings from the Spectacular Spider-Man magazines. There are house ads. There are reproductions of the reprint book Marvel Tales covers, four to a page. And finally, reproductions of the seven trade paperback Masterworks covers. I can hardly imagine what else Marvel could have thrown in.

The production values are first rate as well. The book lies flat, opened to almost any page. The reproduction is first rate.

Last but not least there are the stories. Although not as tightly (and densely) plotted as the Ditko stories, these books are still first rate as Peter Parker continues the transition from loser geek to chick magnet as Gwen Stacey and Mary Jane Watson vie for his attention.

Highly recommended. The asking price of this omnibus volume is high but not as high as the relevant masterworks and certainly not the original issues. Any Silver Age Spider-Man fan should consider picking this up.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Look Out! Here comes The Spider-Man! 26 février 2014
Par Phantom99 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Of all the 1960’s Marvel comics, this Spider-Man run by Lee and Ditko is by far my favorite. It never quite had the same feel after issue 38. I do remember enjoying these books as a child and recall opening up issue 39 and wondering what happened to the artwork. Suddenly Peter Parker gained 20 pounds, Aunt May looked 10 years younger, and the stories read like a soap opera. I stopped collecting Spider-Man after the price of comics went from 12 to 15 cents. Those three cents don’t seem like much today, but back then it meant the difference between buying the new Spider-Man or the new The Fantastic Four. The FF always won out.
I am still the proud owner of FF 1 through 100, but most of my Spider-Man comics disappeared over the years. Lending them to friends, trading for an early FF I didn’t have, summer camp, and a mother who cleaned much too often, took their toll.
This Omnibus is like a time machine. It takes me back to my childhood, as I fondly remember scouring the local stores for comics. Since, back in the day, every store seemed to have a different supply I walked many a mile to find my favorites. And Marvel’s were very hard to find early on, if you were lucky enough to even find them. These were the days of those wire turnstiles that you had to spin around to see what was on the racks. Did they all squeak? How could any comic subjected to those wire monsters ever be mint?
I would recommend this book to any Spider-Man, or early Marvel fan, who wants to get a feel for what those early years were like. The reproduction is beautiful. The paper is quality. And the addition of house ad’s, and the letters pages, and the un-used cover reproductions, make this a must have. Reading these stories again, you can understand how Spider-Man became as popular as he is. It all started here. Enjoy the ride. I know I am.
As an aside, I rated this 4 and not a 5 because the bottom right corner of the book is blunted. But I blame this on distribution, not manufacture. This book is quality, and you won’t be disappointed.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 To me, Marvel Essentials are a great idea 25 août 2016
Par Thonza - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Knowing the Essentials line is B&W, and also knowing this was the very first book(my copy is a used first printing) in that line, I understand how there could be some complaints. One thing I noticed was the spine Title is opposite of all standard spine titles which was very strange, but being Spidy, maybe an inside joke?
Anyway, I bought this to begin my Spiderman set of the Essentials I have (Fantastic Four, Sgt, Fury etc). Reading these brings back a flood of childhood memories. I think the Essential set is great, because I travel a lot and these are great to have on the road, thus my review title. You can get either the Masterworks, the new Omnibuses, or online copies for color and quality if you need that.

In this you get the first Appearance of Spiderman in the last ever Amazing Fantasy, and then issues 1-20 and Annual 1. Great early Lee and Ditko. As the issues pass by, you see both men gaining momentum in this comic. What a pair of Pioneers these guys were! There are FF appearances, the Villians are interesting and Peter parker's struggles, and his efforts to overcome are a great story.

Again, I like the Essentials line.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Quality Oracle of the Original Spiderman Commic Book Beginnings 24 août 2014
Par Anthony Hewlett - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The Amazing Spider-man Omnibus - Volume 1, ordered through Amazon was received on the Amazon suggested arrival date, that they state on your order details. The Book was well packaged and in perfect condition on arrival, having traveled some distance being from the original delivery depot in the USA to Darwin, Australia.

The Quality of the Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus - Volume 1 is the typical excellence of Marvel publications. the book will open flat and the quality of the pages and comic representations within are also excellent.

The series of comics within read great, Providing the full historic beginning and series run of Marvel comic character legends; including Spider-man, Doc Ock, Vulture, Sandman, Fantastic four to mention a few. Plus also readers letters highlighting the development of Spider-man and in the early sixties comics.

A Marvel collectors must have, even if just used as a reference library, although the quality and standard of the publication makes it worthy of much more praise and honourable display on any library shelf.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Necessary reading 29 novembre 2016
Par Andalula - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Necessary reading. Or should I say essential? Ha. Black and white though, and on low quality paper. Which is why I was able to afford to read it. Years ago, mind you, so the review might have mistakes. Yet, it's just as enjoyable as its high quality color counterparts. Pretty much anyway.

It covers formative Spiderman during the Bettie Brandt years. Collects roughly the first 20 "Amazing Spiderman" issues. Later volumes through in the occasional annual or crossover. I honestly don't remember. I'm nerdy enough to read this in bed, but not enough to memorise which issues or look it up. But if you are unfamiliar with comics, it will say which issues just inside the cover. Sorry if that doesn't help you before you buy it. But this is the first origin story of Spiderman. From the beginning. Get it for the kid or adult who always liked Spiderman but isn't about to buy back-issues from 1965.
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