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The adventures of the Amazing Spider-Man continue as Peter Parker tries balancing his work problems and his love life with Deb Whitman, Spider-Man faces enemies right and left! See the web-spinner trade blows with the classics (Doctor Octopus, the Vulture), the deadly (Foolkiller, Juggernaut) and the new (Ramrod, Speed Demon)! Guest-starring the Fantastic Four, Moon Knight The adventures of the Amazing Spider-Man continue as Peter Parker tries balancing his work problems and his love life with Deb Whitman, Spider-Man faces enemies right and left! See the web-spinner trade blows with the classics (Doctor Octopus, the Vulture), the deadly (Foolkiller, Juggernaut) and the new (Ramrod, Speed Demon)! Guest-starring the Fantastic Four, Moon Knight, Black Cat and the Punisher! Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #211-230 and ANNUAL #15.


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The adventures of the Amazing Spider-Man continue as Peter Parker tries balancing his work problems and his love life with Deb Whitman, Spider-Man faces enemies right and left! See the web-spinner trade blows with the classics (Doctor Octopus, the Vulture), the deadly (Foolkiller, Juggernaut) and the new (Ramrod, Speed Demon)! Guest-starring the Fantastic Four, Moon Knight The adventures of the Amazing Spider-Man continue as Peter Parker tries balancing his work problems and his love life with Deb Whitman, Spider-Man faces enemies right and left! See the web-spinner trade blows with the classics (Doctor Octopus, the Vulture), the deadly (Foolkiller, Juggernaut) and the new (Ramrod, Speed Demon)! Guest-starring the Fantastic Four, Moon Knight, Black Cat and the Punisher! Collecting AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #211-230 and ANNUAL #15.

30 review for Essential Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 10

  1. 4 out of 5

    Adam Graham

    This book collects Amazing Spider-man #211-230 along with Amazing Spider-man Annual #15. This collection has Spidey facing off with multiple villains from his own history as well as from other Marvel series. The long-time Spidey fan will find such traditional menaces as the Vulture, the Frightful Four, and the Sandman, along with a battle with and a later team up with Submariner, and also a few appearances by Madame Web. We also get to see the first appearance of Hydroman and a follow up team up This book collects Amazing Spider-man #211-230 along with Amazing Spider-man Annual #15. This collection has Spidey facing off with multiple villains from his own history as well as from other Marvel series. The long-time Spidey fan will find such traditional menaces as the Vulture, the Frightful Four, and the Sandman, along with a battle with and a later team up with Submariner, and also a few appearances by Madame Web. We also get to see the first appearance of Hydroman and a follow up team up with Sandman. However, the book also features some other surprises such as the Foolkiller and with former Batman scribe Denny O'Neill spending time writing the series, there are some good solid mystery stories thrown in. Overall, there's not a bad, stupid, or unworthy story in this book. It shows how solidly Marvel had a grasp on Spider-man as a character in the early 1980s. Two stories represent the book at its best. The Annual features Spider-man, Doc Ock, and the Punisher in a Three way battle. It's a tense story and shows a true conflict between Spider-man and the Punisher and the Punisher's character takes a much darker turn than had been portrayed in early stories. It also shows Frank Miller's pencils at their best and most disciplined. The final story in Issues 229 and 230 has Spider-man battling the Juggernaut, a character from the X-Men stories that is unstoppable and coming after Madame Web. The fight becomes personal when Juggernaut puts Madam Web in the Hospital and Spidey throws everything he has him and then some. It's intense, exciting and surprising as Spidey battles a villain that the entire X-men had trouble taking down. Overall, my only annoyance with the book is how awful he is to Debra Whitman. Other than that, there's solid supporting characters, great villains, and great fun. A superb read for fans of the Amazing Spider-man.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Baba

    Where fully in the comic book Copper Age, and everything's kind of just OK, bit the best bits are from Denny O'Neill's Hydro-Man and then classic Hydro-Man / Sandman team-up through to the Roger Stern penned Black Cat liaison followed quickly by the Juggernaut! I read the comic books Amazing Spider-Man #211-230 and Annual #15. Where fully in the comic book Copper Age, and everything's kind of just OK, bit the best bits are from Denny O'Neill's Hydro-Man and then classic Hydro-Man / Sandman team-up through to the Roger Stern penned Black Cat liaison followed quickly by the Juggernaut! I read the comic books Amazing Spider-Man #211-230 and Annual #15.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jdetrick

    I'll admit that not all these comics are 5 stars, but the ones that aren't that good are still pretty solid, and the Roger Stern issues are so great as to bring the whole collection up. Best of all are the two Juggernaut issues, which remain some of my favorite Spider-Man issues ever, and Denny O'Neil and Frank Miller's second shot at a Spider-Man annual. Their two annuals couldn't be more different, and both of them are truly inspired, excellent works of art. I'll admit that not all these comics are 5 stars, but the ones that aren't that good are still pretty solid, and the Roger Stern issues are so great as to bring the whole collection up. Best of all are the two Juggernaut issues, which remain some of my favorite Spider-Man issues ever, and Denny O'Neil and Frank Miller's second shot at a Spider-Man annual. Their two annuals couldn't be more different, and both of them are truly inspired, excellent works of art.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sylvester

    This volume offers a good start where Hydro-Man and Sandman combined their forces to attack Spider-Man, then we were treated with a few dramas in Spidey's life. The highlight was the Black Cat arc in which we learned that she faked her mental illness, and she savagely shitladied the psych ward nurse. Other familiar villains make some small returns but nothing too exciting unfortunately. This volume offers a good start where Hydro-Man and Sandman combined their forces to attack Spider-Man, then we were treated with a few dramas in Spidey's life. The highlight was the Black Cat arc in which we learned that she faked her mental illness, and she savagely shitladied the psych ward nurse. Other familiar villains make some small returns but nothing too exciting unfortunately.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy

    Eh, not great. Overall it felt out of focus, with less returning arcs. 2.5/5.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Snyder

    If you want to relive Spider-Man's greatest battles of the very early 1980s, this graphic novel is for you. What are you waiting for? Go get it! If you want to relive Spider-Man's greatest battles of the very early 1980s, this graphic novel is for you. What are you waiting for? Go get it!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Randy Lander

    After a couple volumes that were weaker, it was good to be reminded why I've generally been buying all the Essential Amazing Spider-Man. Denny O'Neil's run has its weird quirks, and his villains aren't notably stronger than Marv Wolfman (he has the dubious honor of creating Hydro-Man), but he gets Peter Parker and Spidey, he does some fun stuff with the Frightful Four, Namor and takes the Deb Whitman character into territory where she's at least mildly interesting instead of actively annoying. It After a couple volumes that were weaker, it was good to be reminded why I've generally been buying all the Essential Amazing Spider-Man. Denny O'Neil's run has its weird quirks, and his villains aren't notably stronger than Marv Wolfman (he has the dubious honor of creating Hydro-Man), but he gets Peter Parker and Spidey, he does some fun stuff with the Frightful Four, Namor and takes the Deb Whitman character into territory where she's at least mildly interesting instead of actively annoying. It doesn't hurt that he's got John Romita Jr. on art, in his early work looking very much like his dad, but already showing the chops that have made him such an A-list artist today. This book really shines, though, when one of my favorite Spider-Man writers of all time, Roger Stern, takes over. There's a fun Vulture story, a borderline goofy but still entertaining new Foolkiller, the reintroduction of a much more interesting version of the Black Cat and, of course, the classic "Nothing Can Stop The Juggernaut." Looking forward to the next volume, because I've read some but not all of Stern's early run, and I don't own most of it, so I'm looking forward to revisiting some of my favorite comics that I haven't read in probably two decades.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jason Luna

    This book really got going, and it had some very strong moments. The only knocK I had on it, which was very personal, was that I had just read volume 9, so it was a little repetitive for Peter Parker to do his Clark Kent impression, sense danger and rush to it, every issue over and over. But they handled it pretty well. That's because the stories continue to be solid and interesting. The highlights are pretty clear. His star crossed love affair with the Black Cat, the Punisher showing up in the an This book really got going, and it had some very strong moments. The only knocK I had on it, which was very personal, was that I had just read volume 9, so it was a little repetitive for Peter Parker to do his Clark Kent impression, sense danger and rush to it, every issue over and over. But they handled it pretty well. That's because the stories continue to be solid and interesting. The highlights are pretty clear. His star crossed love affair with the Black Cat, the Punisher showing up in the annual and trying to kill everyone in the name of justice. The absolute best was pitting my favorite character in the Spidey-verse, the cryptic paralytic Madame Web against Juggernaut and Black Tom, straight from the pages of X-Men. Very solid stuff in the Spidey-verse. The best was when Denny O'Neil was still doing it, but Roger Stern wrote better than he does sometimes. The art is always solid, I really liked the one issue Rick Leonardi did, a little counterpoint to the beautiful superheroes of John Romita, Jr. If you like Spidey, you still like Spidey here. 5/5

  9. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    A fun read. John Romita, Jr. drew most of the issues in this book, and his work is always solid. This volume concludes Denny O'Neil's tenure on the book, and begins Roger Stern's run on Amazing Spider-Man. Some highlights from this volume include an annual featuring Doctor Octopus and the Punisher, a fun Vulture story, and one of the most famous Spider-Man stories: Spider-Man's fight against the X-Men villain the Juggernaut! That story is worth the price of the book alone. A fun read. John Romita, Jr. drew most of the issues in this book, and his work is always solid. This volume concludes Denny O'Neil's tenure on the book, and begins Roger Stern's run on Amazing Spider-Man. Some highlights from this volume include an annual featuring Doctor Octopus and the Punisher, a fun Vulture story, and one of the most famous Spider-Man stories: Spider-Man's fight against the X-Men villain the Juggernaut! That story is worth the price of the book alone.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Brendan

    Some good stories in this edition. I enjoyed the Juggernaut arc and the Black Cat arc. One of the more disappointing things is as I get farther into the Spider-Man story I miss more events that are happening in other comments. Besides that, an enjoyable read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    CoolNameGuy

    Meh. That's honestly the best descriptor I have. Just, meh. So many one-shot villains, such dull characters and dialogue, even sub-standard art for the most part. Meh. That's honestly the best descriptor I have. Just, meh. So many one-shot villains, such dull characters and dialogue, even sub-standard art for the most part.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Julio José Rodríguez Lozano

  13. 5 out of 5

    Arachniman 2099

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jason Curtin

  15. 4 out of 5

    Steven Heywood

  16. 4 out of 5

    Michael Leitstein

  17. 4 out of 5

    j_ay

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mason Cross

  19. 5 out of 5

    Chayce

  20. 5 out of 5

    Zachary Krishef

  21. 5 out of 5

    David

  22. 4 out of 5

    Michael

  23. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Yeoman

  24. 4 out of 5

    Tyler

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sergio Lamadrid

  26. 5 out of 5

    Brett

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

  28. 4 out of 5

    Michael E.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Christopher Litsinger

  30. 4 out of 5

    Steve Quinn

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