Amazing Spider-Man Masterworks Vol. 3

Amazing Spider-Man Masterworks Vol. 3

by Stan Lee, Steve Ditko

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Overview

Collects Amazing Spider-Man #20-30 & Annual 2. Thrill to stories of spectacular web-slinging adventures from Spidey's early days including battles with the Green Goblin, the Molten Man, Vulture and Scorpion! Featuring appearences by Dr. Strange and the Human Torch!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781302368562
Publisher: Marvel
Publication date: 09/03/2014
Series: Amazing Spider-Man Masterworks , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 681,021
File size: 168 MB
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Stan Lee was the former head writer, editorial and art director, publisher, and chairman of Marvel Comics, where he created or co-created enduring characters including Spider-Man, the X-Men, the Incredible Hulk, the Fantastic Four and many others. As the defining editorial voice for Marvel he introduced a generation to a new, more humanized approach to superheroes.

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The Amazing Spider-Man Marvel Masterworks, Volume 3 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Zed1955 More than 1 year ago
Good run of issues. #21 thru #30. Good stories, good artwork. Ditko's art gets more refined during this run. A must have for any collector. Five stars.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I saw the first movie, I imediatley fell in love with Spider-man, then the second movie came and i loved it! I just knew I had to read the comics! I have read them and they are amazing! I'm officially obsessed with Spidey! He's my hero!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
These issues really show Steve Ditko running full force in the 2nd and 3rd years of the book. The art style now became consistent from issue to issue. This later Ditko style looks much more like the Romita style that would follow. (Compare this book to Volume 1 and see the growth!) Ditko began to actually write the stories, which is referred to as 'plotting' (Stan Lee would later write in fuller dialogue to be placed in the word balloons and for decades get credit as the author by those not reading the credit page). The story gets more soap opera-like and less episodic. It is almost with a sense of dread that I moved on to the next volume after finishing this book where Ditko would end his run. He co-created Spidey, came up with the webbed costume, wrist shooters, Spidey-light, look of all characters and villains and overall mood of the whole Marvel New York. Its like Paul Simon leaving Simon and Garfunkel to go on without him. It was that much of Ditko's book. Only complaint: printing is off at 1/3 of page down and is easily noticed in text as it is split and does not line up well. Same problem in Vol.2 This is a problem with the whole run, I have heard, not something in one area of distribution. I must detract one star for it in the rating. BUT, it is distracting only part of the time.