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As the groundbreaking events of Civil War erupt across the Marvel Universe, the shockwaves are being felt everywhere! The consequences of Spider-Man's allegiances have culminated in the ultimate showdown. This title collects 'Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man' numbered 11 to 16. As the groundbreaking events of Civil War erupt across the Marvel Universe, the shockwaves are being felt everywhere! The consequences of Spider-Man's allegiances have culminated in the ultimate showdown. This title collects 'Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man' numbered 11 to 16.


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As the groundbreaking events of Civil War erupt across the Marvel Universe, the shockwaves are being felt everywhere! The consequences of Spider-Man's allegiances have culminated in the ultimate showdown. This title collects 'Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man' numbered 11 to 16. As the groundbreaking events of Civil War erupt across the Marvel Universe, the shockwaves are being felt everywhere! The consequences of Spider-Man's allegiances have culminated in the ultimate showdown. This title collects 'Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man' numbered 11 to 16.

30 review for Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man, Vol. 2: Mystery Date

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    I don't know much about what was going on in the larger continuity when this was written, but I stumbled across this when I was looking for a fun read. The first story arc--with three different Mysterios attacking the school where Peter Parker teaches--was one I'd already read in a different collection. But I read it again because I knew it was fun and funny (I chuckled several times) and that's the kind of read I was looking for. The next story--about the Vulture, Peter's responsibility as a te I don't know much about what was going on in the larger continuity when this was written, but I stumbled across this when I was looking for a fun read. The first story arc--with three different Mysterios attacking the school where Peter Parker teaches--was one I'd already read in a different collection. But I read it again because I knew it was fun and funny (I chuckled several times) and that's the kind of read I was looking for. The next story--about the Vulture, Peter's responsibility as a teacher/superhero, and how his lies as Spider-Man impacted someone from his past (an ex-girlfriend)--was a little darker, but also very engaging and still with a few laughs. Worth checking out if your on a Spider-Man kick like I've been this year.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Christian Smith

    7/10 Stars "is that… Are those bats!!!… I hate bats!… Huh. Maybe I should've dressed up like a bat instead of a spider. Strike fear into my enemies… Nah. Dumb idea." 7/10 Stars "is that… Are those bats!!!… I hate bats!… Huh. Maybe I should've dressed up like a bat instead of a spider. Strike fear into my enemies… Nah. Dumb idea."

  3. 5 out of 5

    Saravanan Mani

    Consistent and funny, Peter David finds the lighter side of the Marvel universe even though pretty grim stuff is going on elsewhere with the Civil War.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Harrison Delahunty

    A much better volume than the first. This collection provides some fun stories based around the reveal of Peter's identity in Civil War. A much better volume than the first. This collection provides some fun stories based around the reveal of Peter's identity in Civil War.

  5. 5 out of 5

    M

    Spider-Man faces Mysterio(s) and Civil War fallout in this collection from Peter David and Todd Nauck. With his identity revealed to the world, high school teacher Peter Parker finds himself besieged by concerned parents. Though Peter decides to resign, the teleporting mutant Francis Klum opts to use the Mysterio guise to finish off Spider-Man once and for all. Things get complicated when Daniel Berkhart, Mysterio's successor, shows up to aid Spider-Man; add in the supposedly undead Quentin Beck Spider-Man faces Mysterio(s) and Civil War fallout in this collection from Peter David and Todd Nauck. With his identity revealed to the world, high school teacher Peter Parker finds himself besieged by concerned parents. Though Peter decides to resign, the teleporting mutant Francis Klum opts to use the Mysterio guise to finish off Spider-Man once and for all. Things get complicated when Daniel Berkhart, Mysterio's successor, shows up to aid Spider-Man; add in the supposedly undead Quentin Beck Mysterio and nothing is quite what is seems. The second half of the graphic novel sees the return of Deb Whitman, who has written a tell-all memoir about her time as Peter Parker's girlfriend. While Peter stops by to get some answers, the Vulture is unleashed to bring in Spider-Man at the behest of the government. Peter David continues to use humor and tragedy to make entertaining storylines no matter the character of choice. The energetic art of Todd Nauck fits perfectly with David's script, easily handling three Mysterios, the Iron Spider suit, and an upgraded Vulture design. This arc may be a Mystery Date, but it is one that you can take home to the family.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Silas

    Running concurrently with the Civil War event, this volume features half pro-registration Spider-Man and half anti-registration Spider-Man in two stories that feature Peter at his school after having been revealed as Spider-Man. Both stories are interesting, even if I am not entirely sure what is going on in places (I have never heard of this Arrow character before). The version of the Vulture we see in the second half of the book is rather different than I have seen anywhere else. Most of the t Running concurrently with the Civil War event, this volume features half pro-registration Spider-Man and half anti-registration Spider-Man in two stories that feature Peter at his school after having been revealed as Spider-Man. Both stories are interesting, even if I am not entirely sure what is going on in places (I have never heard of this Arrow character before). The version of the Vulture we see in the second half of the book is rather different than I have seen anywhere else. Most of the time, he seems to be primarily motivated by greed, being more of a burglar than anything else, and here he is motivated by a sort of perverted Darwinism. Still, this showcases Spider-Man being heroic and that he continues to try to do the right thing even while he changes his mind on superhero registration.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Shawn

    This is the third Spider-Man graphic novel that covers events during Civil War. Well, no not really, because even though it takes place during the Civil War, unlike Amazing Spider-Man, and to a lesser extent Sensational Spider-Man, this is just just two completely irrelevant stories that add nothing. The first involving a trio of Mysterios and the other involving the Vulture, both comprising of three issues each. The story with Mysterio is juvenile and seems like something you would find in a Sp This is the third Spider-Man graphic novel that covers events during Civil War. Well, no not really, because even though it takes place during the Civil War, unlike Amazing Spider-Man, and to a lesser extent Sensational Spider-Man, this is just just two completely irrelevant stories that add nothing. The first involving a trio of Mysterios and the other involving the Vulture, both comprising of three issues each. The story with Mysterio is juvenile and seems like something you would find in a Spider-Man Adventures comic book. The later issues involving the Vulture has much better art and writing, and is far more enjoyable. However none add to the Civil War story, unlike the other two Spider-Man graphic novels. You could skip this and will not miss anything.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Reanne

    I think one of my favorite versions of Peter Parker is where he's a high school teacher and married to Mary Jane. I actually even like the red suit he's wearing on the cover and in the first story in this book. So it was weird how it switched back to his classic costume with no explanation when it moved to the second story. And I didn't really like the whole bringing back his ex-girlfriends thing, but that's probably mostly because I don't like that he has so many ex-girlfriends. I don't know; I I think one of my favorite versions of Peter Parker is where he's a high school teacher and married to Mary Jane. I actually even like the red suit he's wearing on the cover and in the first story in this book. So it was weird how it switched back to his classic costume with no explanation when it moved to the second story. And I didn't really like the whole bringing back his ex-girlfriends thing, but that's probably mostly because I don't like that he has so many ex-girlfriends. I don't know; I enjoyed this, but ultimately I guess it didn't feel like a complete enough story to be satisfying, although that's often what you get with this kind of graphic novel.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    So "I Hate a Mystery" is largely about 3 Mysterios fighting, which isn't nearly as exciting as it sounds. It earns some points for its fun interactions at school, post-revelation (though the Flash that can't remember he's friends with Pete really annoys me) [5.5/10]. The Deb & Vulture story is better, mostly for the personal connections [6.5/10]. So "I Hate a Mystery" is largely about 3 Mysterios fighting, which isn't nearly as exciting as it sounds. It earns some points for its fun interactions at school, post-revelation (though the Flash that can't remember he's friends with Pete really annoys me) [5.5/10]. The Deb & Vulture story is better, mostly for the personal connections [6.5/10].

  10. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Smith

    Terrible. Read ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN instead.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ola

    Slightly better than the last book in the series, but still many annoying features. Just look at Spider-Man on the cover for starters... 3,5 stars?

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jason Allen

  13. 4 out of 5

    Michael-Andrew Clancy

  14. 5 out of 5

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  15. 4 out of 5

    Rex

  16. 5 out of 5

    Steve

  17. 5 out of 5

    Stuart

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ray Perdue

  19. 4 out of 5

    Brian

  20. 5 out of 5

    Roger McCoy

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jason Curtin

  22. 5 out of 5

    Dylan

  23. 4 out of 5

    Simone

  24. 5 out of 5

    Chas

  25. 4 out of 5

    Trey Kennedy

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Caplan

  27. 5 out of 5

    Michael

  28. 5 out of 5

    Miki

  29. 4 out of 5

    Dennis G

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jason Hunt

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