Civil War: Peter Parker, Spider-Man (New Printing)

Civil War: Peter Parker, Spider-Man (New Printing)


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Whose side are you on? The war has begun, sides have been chosen, and the die has been cast! With the repercussions of recent events in Civil War spreading across the Marvel Universe, see how every action can have enormous consequences - even in Peter Parker's life. Now, one of Spider-Man's oldest and most insidious foes - the Chameleon - decides to make his move against the wallcrawler! His first step: gathering a new super-team of Spider-Man's deadliest foes and striking him where he is most vulnerable!


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ISBN-13: 9780785195689
Publisher: Marvel
Publication date: 04/19/2016
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 168
Sales rank: 515,324
Product dimensions: 6.40(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 9 - 18 Years

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Civil War : Peter Parker, Spider-man 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
schatzi on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I think that this is one of the better trades to come out of the Civil War event. Instead of focusing on Spider-Man, the story arcs collected here focus on the people in Peter's life and how his "coming out" as Spider-Man affected them. The first story features a student of Peter's, who wonders how his teacher being Spider-Man will affect his life. The next arc is about Mary Jane, and it's a good story showing how their marriage has its ups and downs, although it was kind of a bummer reading it, knowing how things turn out shortly after this arc takes place. Thanks Marvel. Next comes a story featuring May, and then finally one featuring the Black Cat. All of them were pretty well done and enjoyable to read, but if you're looking for a lot of adventure and action, this trade doesn't have it. The art is done by several different people, so there's a lot of variance. I like Crain's style, but his coloring is usually too dark, and he seems to have trouble with men's faces. The rest of the art is okay to good in range.It's best to have a working knowledge of the events in the Civil War, including Peter's team changing, before reading this book. Although it's definitely possible to read it without knowing the details, I wouldn't recommend it. There's no explanation as to why Peter goes from living in Avengers Tower to some crummy hotel, for example.
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