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Writer J. Michael Straczynski arrived on Amazing Spider-Man with one goal in mind: return the series to its heartfelt roots as a chronicle of Peter Parker's life both in and out of costume. Straczynski's debut quickly revived the series as both a fan and critical favorite. Along with superstar artists such as John Romita Jr., Mike Deodato, and Joe Quesada, Straczynski cont Writer J. Michael Straczynski arrived on Amazing Spider-Man with one goal in mind: return the series to its heartfelt roots as a chronicle of Peter Parker's life both in and out of costume. Straczynski's debut quickly revived the series as both a fan and critical favorite. Along with superstar artists such as John Romita Jr., Mike Deodato, and Joe Quesada, Straczynski continued to surprise and entertain readers with his innovative take on the legendary web-slinger - forever changing the way Peter Parker would view himself...and the origins of his amazing alter ego! Now, relive Straczynski's entire status-quo-shattering run, collected across five titanic trade paperbacks! Collects Amazing Spider-Man #503-518


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Writer J. Michael Straczynski arrived on Amazing Spider-Man with one goal in mind: return the series to its heartfelt roots as a chronicle of Peter Parker's life both in and out of costume. Straczynski's debut quickly revived the series as both a fan and critical favorite. Along with superstar artists such as John Romita Jr., Mike Deodato, and Joe Quesada, Straczynski cont Writer J. Michael Straczynski arrived on Amazing Spider-Man with one goal in mind: return the series to its heartfelt roots as a chronicle of Peter Parker's life both in and out of costume. Straczynski's debut quickly revived the series as both a fan and critical favorite. Along with superstar artists such as John Romita Jr., Mike Deodato, and Joe Quesada, Straczynski continued to surprise and entertain readers with his innovative take on the legendary web-slinger - forever changing the way Peter Parker would view himself...and the origins of his amazing alter ego! Now, relive Straczynski's entire status-quo-shattering run, collected across five titanic trade paperbacks! Collects Amazing Spider-Man #503-518

30 review for Amazing Spider-Man by J.M.S. Ultimate Collection Book Three

  1. 4 out of 5

    Stano Várady

    Ezekielom sa tu (zdá sa) supernaturálna linka končí a my sa môžeme venovať civilnejším záporákom. Či už sú to Peterove "deti" alebo kamarát zo strednej, ktorý kedysi po Peterovi prebral hlavnú úlohu v obľúbenej hre na fackovacieho panáka. Stále super, aj keď Romita Jr. v polovici odchádza a už by som to preložil klasickejšími zloduchmi. Ezekielom sa tu (zdá sa) supernaturálna linka končí a my sa môžeme venovať civilnejším záporákom. Či už sú to Peterove "deti" alebo kamarát zo strednej, ktorý kedysi po Peterovi prebral hlavnú úlohu v obľúbenej hre na fackovacieho panáka. Stále super, aj keď Romita Jr. v polovici odchádza a už by som to preložil klasickejšími zloduchmi.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Michael Secretan

    Wow...all I can say. There were some definite twists in this one. JMS is possibly the best Spider-Man writer in ages. Such a shame he moved on to bigger and better things.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    Collects Amazing Spider-Man issues #503-518 This volume collects three shorter stories all together. The Book of Ezekiel: JMS wrote this story which features more set up for "The Other" storyline. In this collection, Peter finally starts to realize what (I'm sure) readers were catching onto at this time in Spider-Man history; the problems that Spider-Man has been facing recently are more magically-based than science-based. This is a huge change to Spider-Man's status quo. Even though the team-up wit Collects Amazing Spider-Man issues #503-518 This volume collects three shorter stories all together. The Book of Ezekiel: JMS wrote this story which features more set up for "The Other" storyline. In this collection, Peter finally starts to realize what (I'm sure) readers were catching onto at this time in Spider-Man history; the problems that Spider-Man has been facing recently are more magically-based than science-based. This is a huge change to Spider-Man's status quo. Even though the team-up with Loki was a cool idea, most of this collection wasn't that interesting. We do, however, finally find out what Ezekiel's agenda has been all along. I felt satisfied with the explanation. Sins Past: I've heard that this was a controversial storyline when it originally came out. I can see why that would be true, but I wasn't too bothered by it. SINS PAST SPOILERS: I wish that Gwen Stacy hadn't secretly slept with Norman Osborn back when she was dating Peter, but I guess the fact that she had the Green Goblin's twin babies does have some interesting story potential. But now that I think about it, it does ruin some of the legacy of the Gwen Stacy character. She cheated on Peter, and never told him, and then the person she had an affair with ended up killing her. Through ret-con they explain that these babies were part of the reason that Norman purposely sought to kill her back in those classic issues. Gabriel and Sarah are the names of the twins. At the end of this story, it appears that Sarah will be good and Gabriel will be bad. Gabriel wasn't given a villain name yet, but I think it is going to end up being the Gray Goblin. Meanwhile, since Sarah had to get a blood transfusion, and now has Goblin blood mixed with Spider-Man blood, I think her new hero identity and power-set will combine characteristics from these two characters. I don't know if these two characters have appeared after this storyline. I'll do some research after I finish this review and find out. Skin Deep: This story was bad. A person from Peter's pre-Spider-Man life shows back up, and trouble comes along with this character. This whole story felt like a waste of time, although there is an indication that it will set up a future plot thread in Peter's personal life.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Martin

    This volume wasn't as strong as the previous one, but I still liked. Yes, it includes the infamous "Sins Past" storyline everyone seems to hate. I didn't love it, but I still liked it, it was a good twist and it had some amazing art. But generally I'm starting to feel a bit bored with JMS's Spider-man. I like it, but more often than not it feels like more of the same. I need some actual change, some new kinds of adventures, maybe that's why I didn't hate "Sins Past"- problematic as it was, it sti This volume wasn't as strong as the previous one, but I still liked. Yes, it includes the infamous "Sins Past" storyline everyone seems to hate. I didn't love it, but I still liked it, it was a good twist and it had some amazing art. But generally I'm starting to feel a bit bored with JMS's Spider-man. I like it, but more often than not it feels like more of the same. I need some actual change, some new kinds of adventures, maybe that's why I didn't hate "Sins Past"- problematic as it was, it still was different. I'm not in such a hurry to read the fourth volume, but i'll get to it later this year. I hope it won't disappoint me!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Colin

    Another brilliant installment of Straczynski's Spider-Man, continuing his more mystical take on the character (with more Loki, Doctor Strange, and similar spiritual stuff than typical for Spidey), culminating in the resolution of the "Ezekiel" plotline, followed by a heart-wrenching story involving the deceased Gwen Stacy (or is she . . .?), and an odd tale of a fellow geek who grew up with Peter Parker and became something quite different . . . good stories, all around. Worth following the Stra Another brilliant installment of Straczynski's Spider-Man, continuing his more mystical take on the character (with more Loki, Doctor Strange, and similar spiritual stuff than typical for Spidey), culminating in the resolution of the "Ezekiel" plotline, followed by a heart-wrenching story involving the deceased Gwen Stacy (or is she . . .?), and an odd tale of a fellow geek who grew up with Peter Parker and became something quite different . . . good stories, all around. Worth following the Straczynski stories!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Beatrice

    I’ve always been interested about The Amazing Spider-Man and Peter Parker’s life, so I was really glad when I was given this book, because I could fulfill my desire to know of him without having to read the billions of comics about him. I think this comic was an excellent resumé of his life, since it regrouped the most important moments of Peter’s (and Spider-Man’s) life, along with a very clear explanation of his whole story.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Baba

    I read the comic books Amazing Spider-Man #503-518 More great storytelling with the intro of the Grey Goblin, the dire 'The Other' story arc, and a world where the Parker family have been invited to live with the New Avengers and more. Yet more of this redefining work continues apace! 8 out of 12. I read the comic books Amazing Spider-Man #503-518 More great storytelling with the intro of the Grey Goblin, the dire 'The Other' story arc, and a world where the Parker family have been invited to live with the New Avengers and more. Yet more of this redefining work continues apace! 8 out of 12.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jipi Perreault

    This one is a head scratcher. I feel the Ezekiel storyline went far too long at this point. I'm not sure the I like the Gwen Stacy revelation. But, the bullying story was a great one and even more relevant today. The series is going forward but also stumbling on itself. This one is a head scratcher. I feel the Ezekiel storyline went far too long at this point. I'm not sure the I like the Gwen Stacy revelation. But, the bullying story was a great one and even more relevant today. The series is going forward but also stumbling on itself.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jdetrick

    To be clear, there are some really good comics in this collection. Unfortunately, it also includes the Sins Past storyline, which comes from such a misguided place that it hurts everything around it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    B

    The stories here were all a little too different from each other. (And did every member of Midwood High develop superpowers at some point?) They were mostly fine. I'm not sure if I commented every time or never on the strangely exaggerated art style in these books. People have very pointed hair and very wide or big eyes. The stories here were all a little too different from each other. (And did every member of Midwood High develop superpowers at some point?) They were mostly fine. I'm not sure if I commented every time or never on the strangely exaggerated art style in these books. People have very pointed hair and very wide or big eyes.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    3.5/5 Would of been a four or even a four and a half if the first two issues with Loki didn't suck so much! Thankfully it was only those two issues. 3.5/5 Would of been a four or even a four and a half if the first two issues with Loki didn't suck so much! Thankfully it was only those two issues.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Abigail

    I absolutely LOVED the "Skin Deep" series. I absolutely LOVED the "Skin Deep" series.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jason P

  14. 4 out of 5

    Chad

  15. 5 out of 5

    Christopher Smurr

  16. 4 out of 5

    Dylan Routledge

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nathan Snyder

  18. 4 out of 5

    Casey

  19. 4 out of 5

    Chris

  20. 5 out of 5

    Gabriel Roland

  21. 4 out of 5

    Auraic

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jordan Hooley

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

  24. 4 out of 5

    Bill Fletcher

  25. 5 out of 5

    Robert

  26. 5 out of 5

    Norm

  27. 4 out of 5

    Alvaro

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jason Curtin

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kimy

  30. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea

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