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Collects Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #11-22 and #16.1. Miles Morales is finding his feet as the new Spider-Man! But will his first team-up be with his uncle Aaron, the villainous Prowler? Caught in a moral crisis, Miles must choose between battling his uncle — or joining him to keep his family safe! Which path will the young hero take? Plus: When the nation goes to war, Mi Collects Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #11-22 and #16.1. Miles Morales is finding his feet as the new Spider-Man! But will his first team-up be with his uncle Aaron, the villainous Prowler? Caught in a moral crisis, Miles must choose between battling his uncle — or joining him to keep his family safe! Which path will the young hero take? Plus: When the nation goes to war, Miles Morales heeds Captain America's call — and joins the Ultimates! But is he ready for an A-list villain? There's a new Venom in town, and he's hungry! As the deadly menace strikes all too close to home and Miles' fragile secret comes ever nearer to being exposed, he turns to the one person who can help him: Gwen Stacy! The final battle will change both their lives as Miles confronts the dark side of Peter Parker's legacy!


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Collects Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #11-22 and #16.1. Miles Morales is finding his feet as the new Spider-Man! But will his first team-up be with his uncle Aaron, the villainous Prowler? Caught in a moral crisis, Miles must choose between battling his uncle — or joining him to keep his family safe! Which path will the young hero take? Plus: When the nation goes to war, Mi Collects Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #11-22 and #16.1. Miles Morales is finding his feet as the new Spider-Man! But will his first team-up be with his uncle Aaron, the villainous Prowler? Caught in a moral crisis, Miles must choose between battling his uncle — or joining him to keep his family safe! Which path will the young hero take? Plus: When the nation goes to war, Miles Morales heeds Captain America's call — and joins the Ultimates! But is he ready for an A-list villain? There's a new Venom in town, and he's hungry! As the deadly menace strikes all too close to home and Miles' fragile secret comes ever nearer to being exposed, he turns to the one person who can help him: Gwen Stacy! The final battle will change both their lives as Miles confronts the dark side of Peter Parker's legacy!

30 review for Miles Morales: With Great Power (Ultimate Comics Spider-Man

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sud666

    The second volume of the excellent Miles Morales series continues. It is almost as good as Volume one. Sadly, it happens at the same time as the bizarre "Divided We Fall" story-arc popping up in the middle of what was going to be another great developmental volume. Sadly, in a Hollywood special effects vibe, we trade out Mile's character development to throw him into a big fight with different villains. It makes it seem like I did not like this volume. This is not true. It is quite good, though j The second volume of the excellent Miles Morales series continues. It is almost as good as Volume one. Sadly, it happens at the same time as the bizarre "Divided We Fall" story-arc popping up in the middle of what was going to be another great developmental volume. Sadly, in a Hollywood special effects vibe, we trade out Mile's character development to throw him into a big fight with different villains. It makes it seem like I did not like this volume. This is not true. It is quite good, though just not up to the standards of Volume One. The parts centered around Miles and Ganke are superb. The mess with Cap America as President, and then leading front line forces against Hydra super powered agents, on top of which the volume ends with a strange Venom story-though this isn't Eddie Brock. I won't say who it is, but I suppose it will now serve as Mile's version of Venom? It's not bad..but all the stuff, along with Mile's dad's reaction and the surprising outcomes makes this a dense volume. There is a lot going on here and some huge events do take place, but the "Divided We Fall" mess throws the pacing of the character development. At least for me. Still this was a damn fine volume and one I enjoyed. Miles is a great Spiderman and I've enjoyed both these volumes. Any Spiderman fan ought to give Miles Morales a try.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sophie Crane

    “Miles Morales - Spider-Man - Revelations” collects issues #11-22 of Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, along with issue #16.1, previously collected in the following volumes, viz and to whit - Ultimate Comics Spider-Man: Divided We Fall - United We Stand (#11-18) Ultimate Comics Spider-Man by Brian Michael Bendis Volume 4 (issues #19-22 & #16.1) These are reviewed separately below: UCS-M: Divided We Fall This volume, while continuing the regularly-scheduled story also manages to seamlessly fit in the Divide “Miles Morales - Spider-Man - Revelations” collects issues #11-22 of Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, along with issue #16.1, previously collected in the following volumes, viz and to whit - Ultimate Comics Spider-Man: Divided We Fall - United We Stand (#11-18) Ultimate Comics Spider-Man by Brian Michael Bendis Volume 4 (issues #19-22 & #16.1) These are reviewed separately below: UCS-M: Divided We Fall This volume, while continuing the regularly-scheduled story also manages to seamlessly fit in the Divided We Fall – United We Stand event (unlike, for example, the equivalent Ultimate X-Men volume), and which also gives us a clear road into the Spider-Men volume. In this collection we see Spider-Boy resolve his issues with his uncle, a.k.a. The Prowler; team up with Aunt May and Gwen Stacy to defeat Captain America, who, off-stage, as it were, has been running for President (which no one has noticed in the main story here, but that could simply be that we are seeing the world from the viewpoint of a 13-year old); have run-ins with Batroc ze Leapaire (“The Spider-Man before me got the Green Goblin and Doctor Octopus, and I get Batroc the Leaper?”) and the Rhino, as well as fighting Hydra, both with Captain America and with the Ultimates. What is it about Spider-Men that brings out the best in writers? I am old enough to have read Lee and Ditko’s Spider-Man, and this one is even more fun (though L&D were making it up as they went along – these guys have had more time to practice). I’m going to have to go back and read the original Ultimate Spider-Man and see what I have missed. This is the most readable and fun of the Ultimates titles, and probably of many of the regular universe ones as well. Gwen Stacy: “I didn’t know the eagle from the Muppets was going to show up and f*rt on us.” Spider-Boy: “Hey! This IS Captain America. Show a little respect.” Ultimate Comics Spider-Man 4 This volume sees the reappearance of the Ultimate Venom, the addition of Gwen Stacy and Mary Jane Watson to the cast, and the departure of a major civilian character, as Venom comes looking for the new Spider-Man, who he believes to be Miles’ father. This is an excellently written and illustrated story, as Miles gets to learn more lessons about being a super-hero, and the price it brings. We also get to see the latest in a long line of evil corporations, as Roxxon Industries step up to continue Osborn Industries’ search for spider-powers, and Police Detective Maria Hill closes in on Spider-Man… To write any more would just spoil the story for you.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Guilherme Smee

    Brian Michael Bendis foi incumbido de reinventar o Homem-Aranha não apenas uma, mas duas vezes. na segunda, ele trouxe ao mundo Miles Morales, um Aranha não apenas de ascendência africana, mas latina. E, aparentemente, ele acertou mais na segunda vez que fez essa recriação, já que foi ela que ganhou protagonismo na tela dos cinemas na animação Homem-Aranha: No Aranhaverso, isso sem falar no poder de identificação que Miles provoca nas pessoas, não apenas nas afrolatinas. Li esse segundo encadern Brian Michael Bendis foi incumbido de reinventar o Homem-Aranha não apenas uma, mas duas vezes. na segunda, ele trouxe ao mundo Miles Morales, um Aranha não apenas de ascendência africana, mas latina. E, aparentemente, ele acertou mais na segunda vez que fez essa recriação, já que foi ela que ganhou protagonismo na tela dos cinemas na animação Homem-Aranha: No Aranhaverso, isso sem falar no poder de identificação que Miles provoca nas pessoas, não apenas nas afrolatinas. Li esse segundo encadernado da linha Teens porque vendi as minhas revistas da linha Ultimate e as que saíram essas histórias eu não havia comprado na época. As histórias são muito boas e os desenhos muito bem feitos, com destaque para o trabalho de David Marquez. São três arcos: um envolvendo o Gatuno, outro com participação do Capitão América e o final em que Miles enfrenta o Venom Ultimate. Já quero ler a continuação, ou seja, sinal de que agradou.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Roberts

    This was good. The cover would always annoy me though....Captain America looks like a teenage girl......so every time I picked it up I got upset, but the book was better than that cover.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Shashank

    Really enjoyed the second volume as well and thats a surprise as big opening often lead to disappointments. It's funny, dramatic and with several LOL moments. Really enjoying the women of Peter Parker coming to guide the new spider man as he figures out how to be the Spider man in a world where there is no Peter Parker. Interesting perspective on how the women want to focus on how to make the most of life compared to Captain America making it all about himself. Ganke is a fantastic friend and co Really enjoyed the second volume as well and thats a surprise as big opening often lead to disappointments. It's funny, dramatic and with several LOL moments. Really enjoying the women of Peter Parker coming to guide the new spider man as he figures out how to be the Spider man in a world where there is no Peter Parker. Interesting perspective on how the women want to focus on how to make the most of life compared to Captain America making it all about himself. Ganke is a fantastic friend and counsel, really works well to keep young Miles grounded yet allowing him to enjoy the feeling of being a superhero!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Brent

    Small size reproduction = more stories. Catching up, to the crossover chapters/issues I missed... Miles is a Spider-Man worthy of these stories, of rereading, a great addition from the Ultimate Universe to the Marvel Universe. Some violence, some results of violence, some drama, and three great artist collaborators. Recommended.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tanelle Nash

    I really enjoyed reading more of Miles’ backstory; I had no idea that there was a whole series of these comics that inspired the movie.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Danny Brown

    My only gripe is: This story takes place during some event (spoiler?). And I haven't read said story but I can put two and two together. Fantastic story. My only gripe is: This story takes place during some event (spoiler?). And I haven't read said story but I can put two and two together. Fantastic story.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Bryan Borgman

    I love MIles Morales. Reading of his origins in the Ultimate Marvel Universe is so much fun. I hope he makes it to the MCU some day.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Poor kid...

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mouse

    Miles Morales is a great, fun, relevant character for today! Unfortunately I’m just not a big fan of this confusing alternate Marvel Earth! We don’t need another alternate Earth Spider-Man story.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jack

    it was good but i didn't understand the ending, other then its sad. (view spoiler)[ the parents died (hide spoiler)] it was good but i didn't understand the ending, other then its sad. (view spoiler)[ the parents died (hide spoiler)]

  13. 4 out of 5

    Trinity Fordham

    yeah i cried, what about it

  14. 4 out of 5

    Grey

  15. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Thomas

  16. 5 out of 5

    Preston Smith

  17. 5 out of 5

    Spot

  18. 5 out of 5

    Shauna

  19. 4 out of 5

    Nicholas Why

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mompop

  21. 5 out of 5

    Samuel Sanchez

  22. 4 out of 5

    Shishir

  23. 5 out of 5

    James Verreault

  24. 4 out of 5

    Megan Woolf

  25. 4 out of 5

    Łukasz Winnicki

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sunny Vaswani

  27. 5 out of 5

    Guilherme Duque

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sebastian Speer

  29. 5 out of 5

    Doug

  30. 5 out of 5

    AJ Wilson

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