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Dan Slott's Spider-Man revolution continues! Eddie Brock is back, and trying to be a hero as Anti-Venom. But even as Eddie and Spidey tentatively team up to take down Mr. Negative, they have to figure out if the returned Wraith is friend or foe! Then: welcome to Spider-Island, where a million New Yorkers suddenly possess Spider-Man's powers! Can Spidey play world-saving su Dan Slott's Spider-Man revolution continues! Eddie Brock is back, and trying to be a hero as Anti-Venom. But even as Eddie and Spidey tentatively team up to take down Mr. Negative, they have to figure out if the returned Wraith is friend or foe! Then: welcome to Spider-Island, where a million New Yorkers suddenly possess Spider-Man's powers! Can Spidey play world-saving super hero while the Big Apple gets eaten alive from the inside out? And what secret scheme does the Jackal have up his sleeve? Plus, even as Dr. Octopus and his Sinister Six face the Intelligencia, the Vulture returns - with a band of ruffians! COLLECTING: Amazing Spider-Man 663-677, Amazing Spide r-Man Infested 1, Free Comic Book Day 2011, Spider-Island: Deadly Foes 1, Daredevil 8, Spider-Island Spotlight


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Dan Slott's Spider-Man revolution continues! Eddie Brock is back, and trying to be a hero as Anti-Venom. But even as Eddie and Spidey tentatively team up to take down Mr. Negative, they have to figure out if the returned Wraith is friend or foe! Then: welcome to Spider-Island, where a million New Yorkers suddenly possess Spider-Man's powers! Can Spidey play world-saving su Dan Slott's Spider-Man revolution continues! Eddie Brock is back, and trying to be a hero as Anti-Venom. But even as Eddie and Spidey tentatively team up to take down Mr. Negative, they have to figure out if the returned Wraith is friend or foe! Then: welcome to Spider-Island, where a million New Yorkers suddenly possess Spider-Man's powers! Can Spidey play world-saving super hero while the Big Apple gets eaten alive from the inside out? And what secret scheme does the Jackal have up his sleeve? Plus, even as Dr. Octopus and his Sinister Six face the Intelligencia, the Vulture returns - with a band of ruffians! COLLECTING: Amazing Spider-Man 663-677, Amazing Spide r-Man Infested 1, Free Comic Book Day 2011, Spider-Island: Deadly Foes 1, Daredevil 8, Spider-Island Spotlight

30 review for Amazing Spider-Man: Big Time: The Complete Collection, Vol. 2

  1. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Big time for Spider-man! Yeah...I had nothing witty to say after that. Like most of Spider-man's lines. Ugh Dan isn't a bad writer. Honestly he gets wayyyyy too much shit thrown at him. I think he's pretty creative at times. I also love his villains, they're nasty and usually have reason to be so. I also dig the art in run, I just enjoy the over the top cartoon look. It reminds me of the 90's but in all the right and positive ways. Now the bad. Dan can't write Spider-man funny. I really just don Big time for Spider-man! Yeah...I had nothing witty to say after that. Like most of Spider-man's lines. Ugh Dan isn't a bad writer. Honestly he gets wayyyyy too much shit thrown at him. I think he's pretty creative at times. I also love his villains, they're nasty and usually have reason to be so. I also dig the art in run, I just enjoy the over the top cartoon look. It reminds me of the 90's but in all the right and positive ways. Now the bad. Dan can't write Spider-man funny. I really just don't laugh at all with his spider-man. He's just not FUNNY. Like I want a Peter Parker to make me laugh. This Peter just comes off as such a big loser. Peter isn't that, he's anything but that. He has some bad luck, but not like this. This is a grown ass man (my age I believe) and he's still kiddie as shit, especially in relationships. I hate the relationships in here, they seem so forced and fake. Anyway most of this book is Spider-island. Which is very fun, and also very stupid. So if you want some fun times with Spider-man, it's not bad. Decent fun times but I just keep hoping for more.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Adam Bain

    I haven't even finished this yet and I can give it 5 stars. Spider-man is such an awesome character, and Dan Slott write him perfectly! And although the Spider Island event had some moments that are synonymous with crossovers (having story jumps from moments occurring in other titles in the crossover) it wasn't hard to put the pieces together. And the art...god freakin damn..the art!! Although there are numerous artists in this book, the majority of the book is done by Humberto Ramos. For some rea I haven't even finished this yet and I can give it 5 stars. Spider-man is such an awesome character, and Dan Slott write him perfectly! And although the Spider Island event had some moments that are synonymous with crossovers (having story jumps from moments occurring in other titles in the crossover) it wasn't hard to put the pieces together. And the art...god freakin damn..the art!! Although there are numerous artists in this book, the majority of the book is done by Humberto Ramos. For some reason I just love my Spidey drawn really "cartoonish". That's why I love JMS's run with John Romita Jr so much. It just works with a Spider-man book. And Ramos' work suits this book.perfectly. If only the whole thing was done by him. Regardless the other artists in this volume worked great too. Lucky for me I've still got some more to read. I'm definitely going to be picking up the rest of this series.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Adam Spanos

    Opening with a story of Anti-Venom and the mysterious Wraith trying to take down Mr. Negative, the return of The Jackal, Spiderman learning his own special martial arts with Iron Fist, The Marvel Spiderman major event Spider-Island, The Vulture making a long past due appearance, and ending with a Sinister Six story, Volume 2 of Spiderman Big Time is worth your time.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    The bulk of this collection is the epic Spider Island in which the Jackal unleashes a chemical agent that causes everyone to gain spidey powers. Of course, there's more than just the powers, they also begin to mutate into spider creatures. Featuring the Avengers, Defenders and Fantastic Four, this is quite the collection of splash pages. Of course, this also has smaller stories. Like Aunt May moving from New York and to Boston or Parker and Betty Brant enjoying movie night. While the big crossove The bulk of this collection is the epic Spider Island in which the Jackal unleashes a chemical agent that causes everyone to gain spidey powers. Of course, there's more than just the powers, they also begin to mutate into spider creatures. Featuring the Avengers, Defenders and Fantastic Four, this is quite the collection of splash pages. Of course, this also has smaller stories. Like Aunt May moving from New York and to Boston or Parker and Betty Brant enjoying movie night. While the big crossovers are fun, it is in these small one shots that Slott excels. Humor, warmth and a grasp of Spidey mythology.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ricardo Noronha

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This volume contains the "Spider-Island" event, where everyone in Manhattan who doesn't have super-powers is granted pretty much the same powers as Spider-man. Another thing worth nothing is that Spider-man enlists the help of Shang-Chi to help him compensate for the loss of his Spider-sense (in volume 1 vs the Spider-Slayer) by teaching him Kung Fu. Shang-Chi then invents an unique style called "The Way of the Spider". Needless to say, when his Spider-sense returned, along with his Kung Fu trai This volume contains the "Spider-Island" event, where everyone in Manhattan who doesn't have super-powers is granted pretty much the same powers as Spider-man. Another thing worth nothing is that Spider-man enlists the help of Shang-Chi to help him compensate for the loss of his Spider-sense (in volume 1 vs the Spider-Slayer) by teaching him Kung Fu. Shang-Chi then invents an unique style called "The Way of the Spider". Needless to say, when his Spider-sense returned, along with his Kung Fu training, Spidey became an even greater force to be reckoned with! Onwards to volume 3!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Josh Brown

    Spider-Island!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Samuel Osborne

    Loved it! Spider-Island couldn't put it down! looking forward to the follow on from this. so happy I decided to go back and read Dan Slott's Spiderman run! Loved it! Spider-Island couldn't put it down! looking forward to the follow on from this. so happy I decided to go back and read Dan Slott's Spiderman run!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    I received this book as a Christmas gift from my wife, and it was a lot of fun to read. I haven't read much of the "Big Time" era Spider-Man in the past, and I really enjoy what Dan Slott is doing with his Spider-Man. I did just read the "Spider Island" trade paperback, and my complaint about it was that the story lost momentum because it included aspects of Venom's storyline. This volume avoids that problem by only including the Amazing Spider-Man parts of the "Spider Island." I've encountered I received this book as a Christmas gift from my wife, and it was a lot of fun to read. I haven't read much of the "Big Time" era Spider-Man in the past, and I really enjoy what Dan Slott is doing with his Spider-Man. I did just read the "Spider Island" trade paperback, and my complaint about it was that the story lost momentum because it included aspects of Venom's storyline. This volume avoids that problem by only including the Amazing Spider-Man parts of the "Spider Island." I've encountered Peter's girlfriend, Carlie, in other trades I've read, but I must say, I really like her as a character in the Spider-Man universe. (SPOILERS) Carlie figuring out that Peter was Spider-Man, breaking up with him, and then their continued working relationship had some fun interactions to read through. All the characters that were relatively new to me were interesting to learn more about. As with when I read "Spider Island," I like the new Madame Web. In my early years as a comic reader, I knew this character as Spider Woman (but not the Jessica Drew Spider Woman). She used to be a member of the West Coast Avengers. I don't know exactly what happened to Eddie Brock to make him the Anti-Venom, but he is kind of awesome now. He is a funny character that seems to just be looking for someone to believe in him. He knows that he can be a hero, and Spider Island gives him that chance. Even though the events of Spider Island aren't giving me much hope, I am optimistic that we will see Anti-Venom again. I don't really understand Wraith's motivation, but I like her and what she stands for. I never thought about how much Spider-Man was aided in his fighting style by his spider sense, so to see Shang-Chi training him now makes a lot of sense for the character. I finally learned the name of that bad, geeky guy: Tiberius Stone. The Vulture storyline, and the final Sinister Six storyline were both good set up for what I read in the future Superior Spider-Man stories. The Sinister Six vs. The Intelligencia = Awesome For my more in-depth thoughts on the Spider Island section of this book, see my past review of that book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Michael Emond

    I'll try (and fail) to keep this short. Loved the collection. What a great value of amazing comics. Amazing Spider-man 663-676 plus Free Comic book day, plus a few other extras. Dan Slott is my absolute favourite writer when it comes to fun stories. Sick and tired of dreary dark comics (I'm looking at you Daredevil, that wasn't written by Mark Waid) and want to get back to the feel of a Stan Lee comic? This is your stop. That isn't to say there isn't some drama, but it is drama with the fun, and I'll try (and fail) to keep this short. Loved the collection. What a great value of amazing comics. Amazing Spider-man 663-676 plus Free Comic book day, plus a few other extras. Dan Slott is my absolute favourite writer when it comes to fun stories. Sick and tired of dreary dark comics (I'm looking at you Daredevil, that wasn't written by Mark Waid) and want to get back to the feel of a Stan Lee comic? This is your stop. That isn't to say there isn't some drama, but it is drama with the fun, and drama that has hope at the end. Then you get one of my fav artists Humberto Ramos. Cartoon-y goodness. Yes, if you like your Alex Ross realism (which I do as well) you might not love him as much as me, but for a fun Spidey book this is your guy. Some of the visuals do get a tad crowded at times (at the height of the chaos of the Spider Island story-line) but for the most part I just love his work on this book. You have the Spider Island story-line. I had read this in the collected Spider-Island graphic novel but this is a better collection IMO. You get more Spider-man stories (a nice Anti-Venom, Mr. Negative story to start and Vulture story to finish) and you leave out some of the extra Spider-Island stories with Venom (not a loss). I admit this is probably more deserving of a 4 stars (the Spider-Island 6 parter loses focus at times) but with the wealth of stories you get I had to give it an extra star just for the pleasure I got reading it all.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Geonessary

    Big Time continues to impress! From start to finish it's pretty solid. Great art and amazing story. Normally the really big events are lets downs, but Spider-Island may be one of the best ones I've read. The thought of it seemed potentially brilliant or dumb, thankfully it was the former. I can't say anything really with out potential spoilers, but this felt like a great tv show or movie. Great use of characters that get organic to the story, not just thrown in to have big names in it. The stori Big Time continues to impress! From start to finish it's pretty solid. Great art and amazing story. Normally the really big events are lets downs, but Spider-Island may be one of the best ones I've read. The thought of it seemed potentially brilliant or dumb, thankfully it was the former. I can't say anything really with out potential spoilers, but this felt like a great tv show or movie. Great use of characters that get organic to the story, not just thrown in to have big names in it. The stories after Spider-Island continue to be great and I even found myself rooting for the Sinister Six. The Gauntlet did some decent character building of some of these villains and the last issue in this really begins to capitalize and pay off on that. Overall a spectacular read. They've continued to do great things with Spidey and Peter to keep things exciting and fun.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jacob

    The spider island story is one of my favorite Spider-man stories. When Peter Parker actually uses his brain he is one of the greatest superheroes in any comic

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Timmermeyer

  13. 5 out of 5

    Danny

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sina Tavoosi

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

  16. 4 out of 5

    Brian Garber

  17. 5 out of 5

    Bill Bryant

  18. 4 out of 5

    Alex Brown

  19. 4 out of 5

    Joseph D.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sanne Blomme

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sander

  22. 4 out of 5

    Timothy

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jocke

  24. 5 out of 5

    Luke Pauli

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

  26. 4 out of 5

    Evan

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jarvis

  28. 4 out of 5

    Taylor Brown

  29. 4 out of 5

    JustMonika

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kenny

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