Ultimate Spider-Man: Poder y responsabilidad

Ultimate Spider Man Poder y responsabilidad Crees que conoces a Spider Man Pi nsalo de nuevo El h roe m s famoso de Marvel es reimaginado para toda una nueva generaci n en un tr gico relato sobre el poder y la responsabilidad Descubre una mira

  • Title: Ultimate Spider-Man: Poder y responsabilidad
  • Author: Brian Michael Bendis Mark Bagley
  • ISBN: 9788447125371
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Crees que conoces a Spider Man Pi nsalo de nuevo El h roe m s famoso de Marvel es reimaginado para toda una nueva generaci n, en un tr gico relato sobre el poder y la responsabilidad.Descubre una mirada totalmente nueva sobre los or genes del trepamuros, y sobre su primera batalla contra su archienemigo, Green Goblin.

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    1. Brian Michael Bendis Mark Bagley

      A comic book writer and erstwhile artist He has won critical acclaim including five Eisner Awards and is one of the most successful writers working in mainstream comics For over eight years Bendis s books have consistently sat in the top five best sellers on the nationwide comic and graphic novel sales charts.Though he started as a writer and artist of independent noir fiction series, he shot to stardom as a writer of Marvel Comics superhero books, particularly Ultimate Spider Man.Bendis first entered the comic world with the Jinx line of crime comics in 1995 This line has spawned the graphic novels Goldfish, Fire, Jinx, Torso with Marc Andreyko , and Total Sell Out Bendis is writing the film version of Jinx for Universal Pictures with Oscar winner Charlize Theron attached to star and produce.Bendis s other projects include the Harvey, Eisner, and Eagle Award nominated Powers with Michael Avon Oeming originally from Image Comics, now published by Marvel s new creator owned imprint Icon Comics, and the Hollywood tell all Fortune and Glory from Oni Press, both of which received an A from Entertainment Weekly.Bendis is one of the premiere architects of Marvel s Ultimate line comics specifically created for the new generation of comic readers He has written every issue of Ultimate Spider Man since its best selling launch, and has also written for Ultimate Fantastic Four and Ultimate X Men, as well as every issue of Ultimate Marvel Team Up, Ultimate Origin and Ultimate Six.Brian is currently helming a renaissance for Marvel s AVENGERS franchise by writing both New Avengers and Mighty Avengers along with the successful event projects House Of M, Secret War, and this summer s Secret Invasion.He has also previously done work on Daredevil, Alias, and The Pulse.


    1. Spider-Man borns again in modern times!This TPB collects "Ultimate Spider-Man" #1-7.Creative Team:Writer: Brian Michael BendisIllustrator: Mark BagleyPOWERThe Amazing Spider-Man "borns" again for a new generation in the 2001's Ultimate Marvel Universe.This first storyarc re-tells the classic origin of Spider-Man but setting in the new millenium, with current technology, modern storytelling style and excellent choice for any Spider-Man fan (like me!) for reading Peter Parker's first steps into be [...]

    2. Saddle up, buckaroos - it’s another re-telling of the Petey Parker/Spider-Pants origin story! Brian Bendyman goes through the well-worn checklist: nerdy bully-magnet Peter gets bit by a magic spider, gets superpowers, doesn’t use them to stop crime, loses his Uncle Ben (the non-rice guy), and learns that With Great Blahblah Comes Blah Blahblah. And then decides to punch Norman Osborn who’s transformed himself into the Green Wheelie Bin! While Bendis’ writing and Mark Bagley’s art are b [...]

    3. I am not a big fan of the Ultimate line. It seems like, for most of them, the writers decide to push for "edgy", and just end up writing a lot of painfully unsympathetic people acting horribly to everybody around them until they happen to save the world. Frankly, it's kind of boring to read, when it isn't irritating. Bendis went a totally different route with Peter Parker. He wrote just wrote a modern Spider-Man. Which means that Peter isn't an insufferably arrogant jerk for no reason, he's a ki [...]

    4. Loved the art! The Green Goblin actually looked pretty scary! I'm used to seeing his skinny version, so it was kinda shocking to see him as a hulking monster. It was a good shock, though. Peter wasn't quite as snarky and funny as he usually is at first, but by the end some of the old humor was back. It's a good thing, too. Spidey's sense (Get it? Spidey sense?!) of humor was always the best thing about the comic, to me anyway.Uncle Ben as a hippie? Still not sure about that one.All in all, I lik [...]

    5. ​Who needs a good reason for a re-read of some of the most fun comics in history? Not this guy.(Well, maybe a little kick in the pants. I'm in the middle of devouring the more tolerable chunk of Hickman's Secret Wars and it's tie-ins and I needed a break - lo and behold, the /r/MUBookClub subreddit called for a reading of the first 13 issues of this amazing series. Who am I to argue with Internet Authority?(Spoilers ahead, for anyone who has been living in a cave for the last 50 years. But sti [...]

    6. Book Info: This collection contains Ultimate Spider-Man issues #1-7.Other Useful Reviews: Sesana's review and Nicole's reviewABSOLUTE RATING: 3.5/5 stars (Rounded Up)STANDARDIZED RATING: <4/5 stars>"I was selfish. So selfish, and you paid the price. You did. I did. Aunt May did. I will never ever forgive myself for that. I will never ever forget that I could have stopped it You were right; with power comes responsibility. Absolutely. For some reason I've been given great power. And with [...]

    7. Introduction: I have been growing up with “Spider-Man” ever since I was a child and so far, the only comic I had read from the “Spider-Man” series was The Amazing Spider-Man: Origin of the Hobgoblin which I did enjoyed. Now, I had stumbled upon the Marvel Ultimate Universe and after I read Mark Millar’s run on “Ultimate X-Men” and kept hearing so many good things on this run, I decided to give Brian Michael Bendis’ run on “Ultimate Spider-Man” a chance. Now at first, I was a [...]

    8. 3.0 stars. Good, solid re-imagining and updating of the Spider-man character that I thought was pretty well done. With all of the inconsistencies and conundrums that developed over the four decades of Spidey's comic career, it is nice to be able to say, hey let's start fresh for a new generation of readers. Recommended.

    9. I like a good origin story. I'm very much into knowing why. And this is a very good reboot of the Spider-Man origin story, taking us back to when Peter Parker was 15. The writer does a good job of updating the story for the 21st century while including all the elements Spidey fans expect.Peter Parker has long been one of my favourite characters. He's proof that "good" doesn't have to be boring. I like him and sympathise with him. I cringe when he gets picked on. He's the kind of guy I would've w [...]

    10. I think I used to watch Spider-man cartoons, or certainly I had Spider-man somewhere in my consciousness, but I haven't seen the films (although I got a free download of the latest one for my PS Vita when I bought it, I should look into that) and I wasn't entirely clear on Spider-man lore. So the Ultimates collection seems to be a good choice for me, given that they update and clarify the origin stories as a start. And lucky me, my girlfriend has a whole stack of them.(I hear Ultimate Cap is a d [...]

    11. A fun and fresh new take on a 'modern' origin story for a young Spiderman struggling to become a super-hero and deal with high school.

    12. It pains me to say this, but I prefer this to the original Amazing Spider-Man first issues. Also Uncle Ben with a ponytail, radical.

    13. Spider Man is a childhood memory. Who could forget? It was brought up the other day and I suddenly had flashbacks of the movie trilogy during the 00’s. I’m marking this now as I’m sure I must have read at least the first comic here when I was much younger — superheroes aren’t exactly my cup of tea but for Peter Parker, there’s an exception I’ll make. Another plus; MJ is a highlight to the story who always just clicked. I loved her from early on and am realising how pretty relatable [...]

    14. Read this mostly for research purposes for NaNoWriMo 2017. Honestly, it wasn't a bad volume, but boy oh boy was Peter so unlikable in this. It all makes sense, but that doesn't mean I liked it. Tbh, it was just a origin retelling. Easily skippable if you want to get into the Ultimate Spidey series.

    15. A fun re-telling of Peter Parker/Spider-Man's origins and earliest adventures, the purpose of the Ultimate comic book line was to modernize classic Marvel characters for younger readers and very much succeeded in that respect. Of course, over a decade later, and the background details are already becoming "dated". Still, Brian Michael Bendis crafts a wonderful story that really benefits from the "written for graphic novel for at" that has become the industry standard (this series certainly led t [...]

    16. This was the Seinfeld of comic books. I'll explain. You know how it's hard to watch the non-famous episodes of Seinfeld? How jokes frequently don't land, or how Kramer's antics seem like they're less funny than they should be? It's because Seinfeld has been so mercilessly copied by other shows in the last twenty years. Nothing about Seinfeld is original now, so while it's a nice thing to watch, it's not a juggernaut of entertainment. You respect it for what it is and what it brought to the mediu [...]

    17. Yet another Spider-man origin story. It's nothing entirely groundbreaking, and rehashes a lot of familiar ground. Peter's back in high school. Uncle Ben and Aunt May are younger than they'd been depicted in previous iterations. I'm sure that as this series progressed, the Ultimate-verse becomes more unique, but this mainly felt like same old-same old and I didn't have a driving need to continue with the series.

    18. Synopsis: This is basically a retelling of Spiderman's origin. Spoilers for those of you who don't know Spidey's origin. So, Peter Parker is you're normal high school nerd. He's really smart, lives with his aunt and uncle, and is bullied A LOT. He's good friends with Mary Jane, a smart, pretty girl with orange hair, and Harry Osborn, son of Norman Osborn, head of Osborn Industries. (I think that's what it was called.)Peter's life makes a drastic turn when he gets bitten by a radioactive spider o [...]

    19. Spider-Man is my favorite super hero. I think I can say that pretty safely. I love his costume, I love his powers, I love his rogues gallery. I can identify with him, and his morality has always resonated with me more than most other comic characters.Back when I was reading Ultimate X-Men comics, the only ones I really liked were the ones written by Brian Michael Bendis, so I figured I should give his Ultimate Spider-Man comics a shot. And so far they're great. They reinvision to Spider-Man myth [...]

    20. Και επισήμως, αυτό είναι το πρώτο post στο νέο μου blog, που ασχολείται με κριτικές κόμιξ. Όλο το review εδώ.Ένας-ένας! :PΈνα δείγμα:Συνοπτικά, να δώσω ένα μπράβο στα παιδιά. Μπορεί το Amazing Fantasy #15 να έχει τον απεριόριστο σεβασμό μου (όπως και όλοι οι old school δημιουργοί), αλλά το δημιούργημ [...]

    21. Not the biggest fan of Bendis or Spider-man, but thought this was a decent update/retelling of his origin. It modernized the story without sacrificing the heart of it.Moves a bit slow, but the build up gives Bendis a chance to really get us to know Peter Parker and his Uncle Ben and makes the payoff that much more of an emotional punch.Not a huge fan of turning Norman Osborn into Lex Luthor and why is ever character in the Ultimate-verse the result of a government/corporate experiment gone wrong [...]

    22. This is an emotionally resonant retelling of the origins of Spider-Man which modernizes certain elements while keeping the bones of the story from the original. Bendis does an excellent job showing Peter as an awkward teen and milking the pathos from his loving but troubled relationship with his Uncle Ben and Aunt May. Most of this volume focuses on the pre-Spider-Man days and takes its time building to Peter's decision to don the mask, and the story benefits from that unhurried pace. The artwor [...]

    23. This is excellent. I'm giving this five stars not in the same way that I'd give five stars to Alan Moore's "Swamp Thing" or "Watchmen," etc. but it deserves five stars for what it is. It's fun, it's accessible, it's smart. It is an updated, fresh take on Spidey for a new generation of readers and it does a solid job of sticking with the spirit of the characters while achieving its own independent take on the mythos. Very, very good stuff here from Bendis.

    24. I've always loved Spider-Man as a character but have never read the comics because I didn't know where to start. This was perfect! The artwork was engaging, especially the action scenes. I have only dabbled in comics in my life, but I was so impressed with this. I can't wait to read the second installment.

    25. *3.5/5 I was really nervous going into this. I'd heard such great things about it, and most of my friends think this is the best Spider-Man comic book ever. It wasn't mind blowing or anything. I did enjoy it though, and I regret putting it off of for so long. Overall: So far, so good. I'm not disappointed.

    26. Estuvo bien, pero me parece que debería haberla leído cuando salió hace unos 15 años para que me emocionara realmente. Algunas cosas me parecieron simpáticas, como el tío Ben con colita. Un sólido 6/10. Hasta ahora esta (finales de los 90s, principios del 2000) ha sido la etapa más floja de la colección, menos mal que ahora vienen los X-Men de Morrison y Quitely que recuerdo con mucho cariño.

    27. It was clear to see that this book had greatly influenced the movie The Amazing Spider-man. So many great little things. There was a lot of respect paid to the Spider-man stuff from the past. But this is more like the Spider-man I grew up loving in the 90s than anything I have read recently.

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