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The Spectacular Spider-Man does the Marvel Universe proud in a titanic tome that's both entertaining and educational! Swing along with Spidey and a gathering of his amazing friends - including Storm, Luke Cage, Power Pack, Jubilee and the Fantastic Four - as they take on a host of important social issues in the inimitable Mighty Marvel Manner! Collecting SPIDER-MAN VS. THE The Spectacular Spider-Man does the Marvel Universe proud in a titanic tome that's both entertaining and educational! Swing along with Spidey and a gathering of his amazing friends - including Storm, Luke Cage, Power Pack, Jubilee and the Fantastic Four - as they take on a host of important social issues in the inimitable Mighty Marvel Manner! Collecting SPIDER-MAN VS. THE PRODIGY; SPIDER-MAN, STORM & POWER MAN; SPIDER-MAN & POWER PACK; SPIDER-MAN AGAINST VERBAL ABUSE; SPIDER-MAN & THE NEW MUTANTS FEATURING SKIDS; ADVENTURES IN READING STARRING SPIDER-MAN; SPIDER-MAN: CHAOS AT THE CONSTRUCTION SITE; SPIDER-MAN: RIOT AT ROBOTWORLD; SPIDER-MAN BATTLES THE MYTH MONSTER; SPIDER-MAN: SKATING ON THIN ICE; SPIDER-MAN: DOUBLE TROUBLE; SPIDER-MAN: HIT & RUN; SPIDER-MAN: CHAOS IN CALGARY; SPIDER-MAN: DEAD BALL; SPIDER-MAN: HOW TO BEAT THE BULLY/JUBILEE: PEER PRESSURE; SPIDER-MAN: FATHERHOOD; FAST LANE #1-4; SPIDER-MAN ON BULLYING PREVENTION; HEROES VS. PLAQUE: WHEN PLAQUE ATTACKS; and SPIDER-MAN: YOU'RE HIRED!


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The Spectacular Spider-Man does the Marvel Universe proud in a titanic tome that's both entertaining and educational! Swing along with Spidey and a gathering of his amazing friends - including Storm, Luke Cage, Power Pack, Jubilee and the Fantastic Four - as they take on a host of important social issues in the inimitable Mighty Marvel Manner! Collecting SPIDER-MAN VS. THE The Spectacular Spider-Man does the Marvel Universe proud in a titanic tome that's both entertaining and educational! Swing along with Spidey and a gathering of his amazing friends - including Storm, Luke Cage, Power Pack, Jubilee and the Fantastic Four - as they take on a host of important social issues in the inimitable Mighty Marvel Manner! Collecting SPIDER-MAN VS. THE PRODIGY; SPIDER-MAN, STORM & POWER MAN; SPIDER-MAN & POWER PACK; SPIDER-MAN AGAINST VERBAL ABUSE; SPIDER-MAN & THE NEW MUTANTS FEATURING SKIDS; ADVENTURES IN READING STARRING SPIDER-MAN; SPIDER-MAN: CHAOS AT THE CONSTRUCTION SITE; SPIDER-MAN: RIOT AT ROBOTWORLD; SPIDER-MAN BATTLES THE MYTH MONSTER; SPIDER-MAN: SKATING ON THIN ICE; SPIDER-MAN: DOUBLE TROUBLE; SPIDER-MAN: HIT & RUN; SPIDER-MAN: CHAOS IN CALGARY; SPIDER-MAN: DEAD BALL; SPIDER-MAN: HOW TO BEAT THE BULLY/JUBILEE: PEER PRESSURE; SPIDER-MAN: FATHERHOOD; FAST LANE #1-4; SPIDER-MAN ON BULLYING PREVENTION; HEROES VS. PLAQUE: WHEN PLAQUE ATTACKS; and SPIDER-MAN: YOU'RE HIRED!

39 review for Spider-Man Fights Substance Abuse

  1. 5 out of 5

    Wealhtheow

    This is a collection of stories in which Spider-Man tries to convince kids not to smoke, drink, or do drugs. It begins with issues from 1971 and ends with an issue from 2011--quite a time span! There are some terrible fashion choices in the early issues (like when Peter wears a yellow vest with not one but two layers of fringe, or Luke Cage's huge chain belt), but I liked the art better--especially when Peter was costumed up. The lithe athleticism of Spider-Man is perfectly conveyed by Kane and This is a collection of stories in which Spider-Man tries to convince kids not to smoke, drink, or do drugs. It begins with issues from 1971 and ends with an issue from 2011--quite a time span! There are some terrible fashion choices in the early issues (like when Peter wears a yellow vest with not one but two layers of fringe, or Luke Cage's huge chain belt), but I liked the art better--especially when Peter was costumed up. The lithe athleticism of Spider-Man is perfectly conveyed by Kane and Romita's work.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Rosenberger

    Campy and hilarious, especially the earlier stuff. I genuinely couldn't tell if some of this was meant to be tongue-in-cheek or not. For example, smoking cigarettes will cause you to start hanging out with Russian mobsters? Really? This graphic novel won't stop teens from taking drugs, but it'll definitely make them laugh, especially when they get a load of Peter Parker's far-out fringed leather vest. Campy and hilarious, especially the earlier stuff. I genuinely couldn't tell if some of this was meant to be tongue-in-cheek or not. For example, smoking cigarettes will cause you to start hanging out with Russian mobsters? Really? This graphic novel won't stop teens from taking drugs, but it'll definitely make them laugh, especially when they get a load of Peter Parker's far-out fringed leather vest.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lexi

    This was my first official Stan Lee comic (WhooHoo!) and it's clear to see why he is the master of superhero stories, despite the fact that his entry in this collection was as cheesy as all the others. Not sure how I feel about Spidey telling the kids that it's their choice to do drugs or not. One would think he would just swing around screaming "Say no to drugs/cigarettes!" lol This is probably yet another instance of the character speaking the author's (publisher's? )actual thoughts instead of This was my first official Stan Lee comic (WhooHoo!) and it's clear to see why he is the master of superhero stories, despite the fact that his entry in this collection was as cheesy as all the others. Not sure how I feel about Spidey telling the kids that it's their choice to do drugs or not. One would think he would just swing around screaming "Say no to drugs/cigarettes!" lol This is probably yet another instance of the character speaking the author's (publisher's? )actual thoughts instead of remaining true to himself. Ah, well. It is what it is.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Niamh Ennis

    Although somewhat dated, the mix of entertainment and education is a winner (some of the dated stuff is actually an addition to the enjoyment), and it has that same wit and action fun of any other Spider-man title.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Adam Graham

    The title makes the book sounds like its chalk full of boring PSA comics, but for the most part, this isn't true. The book begins with the landmark Spider-man Issues 96-98. Stan Lee ran the books without the Comic Code Authority blessing so that he could discuss how drugs were a plague not just on the lower classes, but on all of society. The story features the Green Goblin and Harry turning to drugs to deal with the rejection of Mary Jane Watson. Overall, the story is okay, but certainly not up t The title makes the book sounds like its chalk full of boring PSA comics, but for the most part, this isn't true. The book begins with the landmark Spider-man Issues 96-98. Stan Lee ran the books without the Comic Code Authority blessing so that he could discuss how drugs were a plague not just on the lower classes, but on all of society. The story features the Green Goblin and Harry turning to drugs to deal with the rejection of Mary Jane Watson. Overall, the story is okay, but certainly not up to the highest standards of Goblin stories, but it is a true Spidey story featuring Peter Parker dealing with real life problems while having to keep a supervillain at bay. While the battle with the supervillains aren't memorable, Peter Parker has his best moment as he gets medieval on the drug dealers who sold his friends drug. The story has heart though its been reprinted elsewhere. Grade: B+ Next up was Spider-man, Cage, and Storm battling Smokescreen in anti-smoking story that was just silly. While the book arguably works the best in terms of communicating actual information about the dangers of drugs, the story is absurd as three of the most powerful heroes in the Marvel Universe battle one guy trying to make a fortune by rigging the betting on high school track meets. And Storm disappears for three days after being knocked out by one of the henchman. Oy vey. Rating: D- Next up are two Canadian promo comics that featuring Spider-man going to Winnipeg on the trail of Electro and illegal drugs being shipped to the country. These comics flow well with some good Spidey action against Electro and the Chameleon. These aren't the toughest battles Spidey ever faced, but it's still good clean Spidey fun. Rating: B+ Next up is a four part 32 page insert called, "Fast Lane" that Marvel did with an anti-drug message as Spider-man battles Mysterio, while one boy tries to follow his idol, a drug-using star and quickly learns that things aren't quiet what they seem. The battle with Mysterio is decent and the character development with even Jonah showing some depth of character. There was a two page spread with a weakly explained cameo by most of Marvel heavy hitters. Still, pretty fun with a good message. Rating: B Finally, we have Spectacular Spider-man #1000. (No, there weren't really 1000 issues of that magazine. Marvel was just trying to tell comics.) This out of continuity tale has Spider-man and the Punisher teaming up to take on Russian drug dealers, while a young jock has to make some tough decisions about life. This was a good character study in the boy. Not really sure this was a story worthy of an Issue 1000, but since I didn't actually buy the comic, I'll take it for what it is. There's some violence, some tension, and some pretty mature material dealt with decently as our teenage focal character discovers a lot about himself. Overall, I'll give this a grade: B- One additional complaint I'll add goes to the book's editing. The first 129 are numbered. The rest aren't. Come on, that's just sloppy. W0hile the book doesn't contain the greatest Spider-man stories, it does contain some rare ones (other than Issues 96-98) and it's worth a look for Spidey fans.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nazary

    This book is really closer to 3/3.5 stars but I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt because of how much it DOESN'T suck. The premise sounds awful but the stories are surprisingly poignant and don't delve too far into outlandish claims. Even as commissioned PSAs this anthology is still better than some other Spider-Man stories I've read that were focused solely on making him interesting. This book is really closer to 3/3.5 stars but I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt because of how much it DOESN'T suck. The premise sounds awful but the stories are surprisingly poignant and don't delve too far into outlandish claims. Even as commissioned PSAs this anthology is still better than some other Spider-Man stories I've read that were focused solely on making him interesting.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Aurora

  8. 5 out of 5

    Tym

  9. 5 out of 5

    Megan Manning

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Abshire

  11. 5 out of 5

    Cocoispuffed

  12. 5 out of 5

    Steve

  13. 4 out of 5

    Chayce

  14. 4 out of 5

    shayne avec i grec

  15. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Ledrew

  16. 4 out of 5

    Fidel Alberto

  17. 5 out of 5

    Chris Gath

  18. 5 out of 5

    Marco

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jason Curtin

  20. 4 out of 5

    Neil

  21. 5 out of 5

    Robert Wong

  22. 4 out of 5

    Eric Mueller

  23. 5 out of 5

    Matthew

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mitchell

  25. 4 out of 5

    Corbondeoxide

  26. 4 out of 5

    Erin P.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ben

  28. 5 out of 5

    Alejandro

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mycavern

  30. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Bernstein

  31. 5 out of 5

    Sarperkoc

  32. 4 out of 5

    Nicole PJ

  33. 4 out of 5

    Tegan

  34. 4 out of 5

    Shayn Mykal Galy

  35. 5 out of 5

    Athul

  36. 5 out of 5

    Alex Reynolds

  37. 4 out of 5

    Jaylen Williams

  38. 4 out of 5

    Nikolai Monson

  39. 5 out of 5

    Cicily Clare

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