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The Amazing Spider-Man - The Complete Ben Reilly Epic v02 (2011)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Dec. 11, 2016
The Amazing Spider-Man - The Complete Ben Reilly Epic v02 (2011)

The Amazing Spider-Man - The Complete Ben Reilly Epic v02 (2011)
English | CBR | 412 pages | 841.19 MB

Collects Amazing Spider-Man (1962) #407-408, New Warriors (1990) #67, Sensational Spider-Man (1996) #1, Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #230, Spider-Man (1990) #64-65, Spider Man/Punisher: Family Plot #1-2, Web Of Scarlet Spider #3-4, and material From Spider-Man Holiday Special And Venom: Along Came A Spider #1-4.
There's a new Spider-Man in town: Ben Reilly! But a new web-slinger doesn't mean fewer problems - or any less danger! Just ask the Punisher, Mysterio, the New Warriors, the Black Cat, Tombstone, Poison, Silver Sable, the Human Torch, the Sandman and Venom! It's the continuing adventures of the clone of Spider-Man!?

The Amazing Spider-Man - The Complete Ben Reilly Epic v01 (2011)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Dec. 10, 2016
The Amazing Spider-Man - The Complete Ben Reilly Epic v01 (2011)

The Amazing Spider-Man - The Complete Ben Reilly Epic v01 (2011)
English | CBR | 406 pages | 846.09 MB

Collects Spider-Man: The Parker Years, New Warriors (1990) #65-66, Scarlet Spider Unlimited #1, Web Of Scarlet Spider #1-2, Amazing Scarlet Spider #1-2, Scarlet Spider #1-2, Spectacular Scarlet Spider #1-2, Green Goblin #3 and Sensational Spider-Man (1996) #0.
Meet Ben Reilly, clone of Spider-Man! When Peter Parker decides to retire, Ben takes up the job as the new web-slinger in town, the Scarlet Spider! And there's no shortage of foes waiting to fight him - including Dr. Octopus, Venom, Carnage, the new Green Goblin, Kaine, the High Evolutionary, Joystick and the Looter! Plus: The Scarlet Spider joins the New Warriors!

The Amazing Spider-Man: The Ultimate Guide (HC)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 6, 2010
The Amazing Spider-Man: The Ultimate Guide (HC)

The Amazing Spider-Man: The Ultimate Guide (HC)
Tom DeFalco | DK Publishing | CBR | ISBN 0756626757 | Updated Ed. (Mar 19, 2007) | 184 Pages | 63.80 MB

Marvel authority Tom DeFalco unmasks the history of the beloved websling in this updated edition of DK's definitive guide, which includes more than 600 full-color illustrations from the Spider-Man comics, along with original illustrations, detailed character profiles, and descriptions of the latest developments in the Marvel Universe. Author Tom DeFalco has written about the adventures of Spider-Man and other super heroes for over 20 years. Tom has been a top writer and Editor-in-Chief of Marvel Comics, and has written many titles for Marvel & DK, including , , and most recently, . --

Amazing Spider-Man #619-620 (Ongoing) Update  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Feb. 16, 2010
Amazing Spider-Man #619-620 (Ongoing) Update

Amazing Spider-Man #619-620 (Ongoing) Update
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 2 CBZ | Marvel Comics | Jan 27 - Feb 10 2010 | 47.5 MB Total
+ Amazing Spider-Man Issues #1-618 Complete

Among those writers who have had their go with the ongoing Amazing Spider-Man storyline (Joe Kelly, Mark Waid and Fred Van Lente), Dan Slott's work with the story arc on Mysterio is the weakest. The previous three before him have revived and re-invigorated the status quo, including Spidey's Rogue's Gallery to place the title among Marvel's very best, and such was the quality of their work that Slott's turn seems average in comparison. Moreover, Slott's turn came immediately after Joe Kelly's superlative issue #617 and understandably his deficiencies were magnified. If issue #618 was weak, it seemed issue #619 made such downturn even steeper and threatened to undo all the efforts of the previous writers in elevating the flagship series of Marvel's most recognizable character. Only Marcos Martin's Steve Ditko-ish art keeps it in place. Slott may have heard all the complaints because issue #620, the conclusion of his Mysterio arc is the most enjoyable of his run so far. It definitely arrested the downward spiral, but still is several cuts below the lofty standards set by his predecessors. Let's hope Slott at least manages to keep things on an even keel in the coming issues. Minutemen scans both.

Amazing Spider-Man #616 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Dec. 28, 2009
Amazing Spider-Man #616 (Ongoing)

Amazing Spider-Man #616 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | Dec 23 2009 | 24 Pages | 11.9 MB
+ Amazing Spider-Man Issues #1-615 Complete

I've taken my week or so of rest, recreation and celebration and so for this week's issue, may I refer you to IGN's Dan Philip's excellent (click)? I am doing so because there are so many comics to post and so little time until this Wednesday's new releases. Suffice it to say that I completely agree with the reviewer and his IGN Editor's Choice Award although I think it merits more than the "Great" 8.5 stars out of 10 rating it got. Fred Van Lente and Javier Pulido have made this series their own. An 8.9 at least.

Amazing Spider-man #615 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Dec. 19, 2009
Amazing Spider-man #615 (Ongoing)

Amazing Spider-man #615 (Ongoing)
Ang | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | Dec 16 2009 | 26 Pages | 12.4 MB
+ Amazing Spider-Man Issues #1-614 Complete

Pausing just a tad to show the emotional consequences of the previous issue, Fred Van Lente and Javier Pulido, in their start of the new story arc of the storyline, immediately settles down into a radically different atmosphere and feel from that of Mark Waid and Paul Azaceta. It's like switching into higher gear. You've got a mystery with Peter Parker doing real detective work; a rare glimpse into J. Jonah Jameson's heart; the Sandman, reinvented; all those touches from artist Pulido who I think is just perfect; and a cliffhanger that promises you're in for one heck of a thrill ride in the succeeding issues. A big three thumbs up!

Amazing Spider-Man #614 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Dec. 10, 2009
Amazing Spider-Man #614 (Ongoing)

Amazing Spider-Man #614 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | Dec 9 2009 | 27 Pages | 12.8 MB
+ Amazing Spider-Man Issues #1-613 Complete

brings a great close to the Electro storyline and is a satisfying first chapter in series direction. Waid's work strikes all the right chords and creates an atmosphere ripe for the return of more old school Spidey villains. The art by Paul Azaceta is appropriate to the reverse-throwback tone the issue takes. His rendering of Spider-Man and Jonah hearken back to silver and bronze age depictions of the characters with a dark shadow cast over it. However the real treat in this issue was seeing Waid bring his story full circle in what amounts to a love letter to the newspaper industry and silver and bronze age comic storytelling.

Amazing Spider-man #613 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 26, 2009
Amazing Spider-man #613 (Ongoing)

Amazing Spider-man #613 (Ongoing)
RS & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | Nov 25 2009 | 26 Pages | 14.2 MB
+ Amazing Spider-Man Issues #1-612 Complete

"The first piece of Amazing Spider-Man's "Gauntlet" storyline, featuring the return of Spidey's more notorious foes like Rhino and the Lizard, continues this week. This initial arc features Electro, and the presence of a more recognizable villain, coupled with a stellar creative team, results in one of the best issues of this series in some time." That's a quote from IGN editor Bryan Joel's review of issue #613. He immediately notes that one of the things he loves most for this issue is the artwork of Paul Azaceta, as having a palpably Silver Age influence to it. Don't look now but last ish I did mention it as strikingly reminiscent of vintage Jack Kirby with a dash of Steve Ditko going through a dark, moody phase--and I believe my description is the more accurate. Mark Waid also brings a rare credible core to Electro as he imbues this erstwhile two-dimensional villain with heretofore unrealized flesh and character, even as he manages to seamlessly introduce granularity and atmosphere from the very start of his work on the title. IGN gave this issue an "Impressive" 8.3 out of 10 rating. I disagree. You may say I'm biased, but, going by IGN's ratings system, it is at least a "Great" 8.9 for me.

Amazing Spider-Man #612 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 19, 2009
Amazing Spider-Man #612 (Ongoing)

Amazing Spider-Man #612 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | Nov 18 2009 | 33 Pages (2 Covers) | 20.1 MB
+ Amazing Spider-Man Issues #1-611 Complete

The issue solicitation promises a revamp of many of ol' webhead's classic foes and starting with Electro, it does exactly that. Writer Mark Waid not only manages to craft a strong detailed tale of how Max Dilon became Electro but convincingly portrays Peter Parker's persona and all his baggage and angst as well. One other great thing going is the artwork of Paul Azaceta, which is strikingly reminiscent of vintage Jack Kirby with a dash of Steve Ditko going through a dark, moody phase. As all true believers know, Steve Ditko co-plotted with Stan Lee the very first issues of Spider-Man and also drew it. It's like the Amazing Spider-Man back to its roots. Three thumbs up.

Amazing Spider-Man #611 (Ongoing)  Comics

Posted by WEATHERMAX at Nov. 13, 2009
Amazing Spider-Man #611 (Ongoing)

Amazing Spider-Man #611 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | Nov 11 2009 | 24 Pages | 15 MB
+ Amazing Spider-Man Issues #1-610 Complete

Our friendly neighborhood together with the certifiably insane Merc-with-the-Mouth! It's a delight to see writer Joe Kelly use his peculiar brand of humor and creativity playing off and ol' webhead against each other "in such a free-wheeling, irreverent and unapologetically manic fashion." I'm neutral with regard to Artist Eric Canete's over-the-top cartoonish contribution, however. This issue serves as prologue to the upcoming Spider-Man story "The Gauntlet" and it's definitely great fun. One little complaint is that the editors seem to be trying too hard to live up to Deadpool's fourth-wall-breaking reputation. Instant suspension of disbelief helps.