Essential The Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 5

Essential The Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 5

Stan Lee Roy Thomas / Jan 21, 2020

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  • Title: Essential The Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 5
  • Author: Stan Lee Roy Thomas
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
  • Amazing Spider Man 90 113

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      • Stan Lee Roy Thomas

        Stan Lee born Stanley Martin Lieber is an American writer, editor, creator of comic book superheroes, and the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics.With several artist co creators, most notably Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he co created Spider Man, the Fantastic Four, the X Men, Iron Man, the Hulk, Daredevil, the Silver Surfer, Dr Strange, and many other characters, introducing complex, naturalistic characters and a thoroughly shared universe into superhero comic books He subsequently led the expansion of Marvel Comics from a small division of a publishing house to a large multimedia corporation.


    1. This volume marks a major milestone in the history of everybody's favourite wall-crawler in that it covers the issues where Stan Lee (Spidey's co-creator, for the benefit of those of you living under rocks in the DC Universe) stops writing the book.The issues where the flame is passed are a little ropey; Spidey seems out-of-character in places and we get some of the sillier events in Spidey's career, such as when Pete tries to cure himself of his Spider-powers so he can live a normal life and en [...]

    2. This book collects Issues 90-113 of the Amazing Spider-man and is notable for being the last issues of Stan Lee's incredible run with most of the book by Lee (90-100, 105-110) with the other 1/4 being by Roy Thomas (101-104) and Gerry Conway (111-113)Volume 4 had ended with the return of Doctor Octopus and Issue 90 picks that up with Peter continuing to fight Doctor Octopus but in Issue 90, Captain George Stacy gives his life saving a child endangered in the crossfire. The death of Captain Stacy [...]

    3. These Essential books get better and better the more of them I read. After reading this one I've read over 100 issues of Spider-Man, all in a row, and that really pays off as the reader. You just really get to know the characters after so long. Mostly I feel like an observer when I read comics, but with Spider-Man I really feel like I'm a part of that world. It's also great to be reading comics I've only heard about, or knew from other things. In this volume we get the death of a major character [...]

    4. Good, but falls victim to stan lee and his awful and grating writing ticks. Parts of this are truly great and there is excellent development here and exploration of drug culture, white privilege, urban plight, PTSD, student protest etc. Then there are boring and stupid stories about the savage land and Peter Parker growing four more arms (LOL). Overall the development of the female characters stagnates horribly but that's unfortunately to be expected in a lot of ways. No single issue really stoo [...]

    5. This volume peaks early with Spider-Man inadvertently causing the death of Gwen's father, Police Captain Stacy. Spidey's struggles with the personal and political fall-out from this event are surprisingly intense and well-written. After this storyline runs its course, it's business as usual for Peter Parker and friends. If you've read any of the other Silver Age Spider-Man collections, you already know what to expect: lots of cornball humor, lots of teen angst, and a sprinkling of strident liber [...]

    6. Again, there are several arcs in this volume. Stan Lee had to explain the story in elaborated boxes in the multiple issue arcs. Gwen went to London briefly but her relationship with Peter got stronger, although she did a few horrible things. Mary Jane floats around a bit, the Green Goblin was back but pacified again. Many villains broke out of prison to fight Spidey. The 60s stuff keep being added as plot devices which were annoying but otherwise not too bad of a volume although there was little [...]

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