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  • Author:
    David Michelinie,Todd McFarlane
  • ISBN:
    0785110372
  • ISBN13:
    978-0785110378
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    Marvel Comics (July 7, 2003)
  • Pages:
    224 pages
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    Graphic Novels
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Todd McFarlane is who made me truly love spider-man, and this set is a wonderful continuation of McFarlane's first . I think 's run was a perfect late-80's version of the original Stan Lee/Steve Ditko stories.

I think 's run was a perfect late-80's version of the original Stan Lee/Steve Ditko stories. Michelinie writes the same well-paced, good humoured, traditional style stories as Lee, yet more streamlined and somewhat lighter. McFarlane has all the offbeat weirdness of Ditko, and is not afraid to make Spidey look weird and freakish. If you are new to the Spider-Man comics after seeing the movies, this is the perfect volume to get into the series. Knowledge of the films is enough to understand these stories.

McFarlane's first published work was a 1984 backup story in Epic Comics' Coyote. He soon began working for both Marvel He illustrated several issues of Marvel's Incredible Hulk. In 1987, McFarlane joined writer David Michelinie on Marvel's The Amazing Spider-Man. McFarlane changed the character's appearance, making him more spider-like with wiry limbs and large eyes. His interpretation would influence those of many subsequent Spider-Man artists.

Spider-Man Legends Volume 2: Todd McFarlane Book 2 TPB (Marvel Legends). This volume is the follow-up to Spider-Man Visionaries: Todd McFarlane, Vol. 1. It would seem Marvel decided McFarlane was no longer a visionary, but a full-fledged legend. 0785110372 (ISBN13: 9780785110378). Paradoxically, though, the quality of the material in this volume is inferior. High points include the resolution of the "Mary Jane: Kidnapped" plot, & the introduction to Styx & Stone.

Spider-Man also faces off against a dangerous trio of villains: the Chameleon, the Lizard and the Green Goblin. Collects AMAZING SPIDER-MAN SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL In this new volume, Peter Parker's worst nightmare comes true, when a mysterious foe kidnaps his new bride, Mary Jane Watson. Will Spider-Man's amazing powers be enough to save Mary Jane before it's too late? Spider-Man also faces off against a dangerous trio of villains: the Chameleon, the Lizard and the Green Goblin. Collects AMAZING SPIDER-MAN SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL #10.

Todd McFarlane (/məkˈfɑːrlɪn/; born March 16, 1961) is a Canadian comic book creator and entrepreneur, best known for his work as the artist on The Amazing Spider-Man and as the writer and artist on the horror-fantasy series Spawn. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, McFarlane became a comic book superstar due to his work on Marvel Comics' Spider-Man franchise, on which he was the artist to draw the first full appearances of the supervillain Venom

Spider-Man vs Venom by Todd McFarlane

Spider-Man vs Venom by Todd McFarlane. Always liked spiderman with really big white eyes. Spidey takes on Venom in an amazing piece of art by Todd MacFarlane. Script by David Michelinie, Art And Cover Art Todd McFarlane, Spider-Man and Paladin fight Life Foundation goons. While Paladin obtains information, Spi. PopCultHQ. Marvel Tales 225 1989 FN VF Amazing Spider-Man 90 Todd McFarlane Spider-HamCondition Fine ~ Very Fine Shipping Shipped in a box, sandwiched between rigid cardb.

ISBN 10: 0785110372 ISBN 13: 9780785110378. Publisher: Marvel Comics, 2003.

Todd McFarlane's series. Amazing Spider-Man Family. Hulk Visionaries: Peter David. Prince of Persia: Before the Sandstorm. Spider-Man: Birth of Venom. TPB (Part 2). Dark Reign: The Goblin Legacy. TPB 8 (Part 3). Image United. TPB. Superman Special (1992).

Follows Peter Parker, a.k.a. Spider-Man, as he fights villains including Mysterio and the Green Goblin while protecting his Aunt May and his wife Mary Jane, as illustrated by Todd McFarlane.

Lbe
Todd McFarlane is who made me truly love spider-man, and this set is a wonderful continuation of McFarlane's first spider-man set.
Quynaus
It was great, it arrived on time, everything I expected and more, I didn't expect the Prowler comic at the end.
Zavevidi
Bought as a father's day gift. The book shipped out the day after I bought it (far more quickly than what was advertised) and arrived intact and undamaged.
Trex
In the late-80's, writer David Michelinie, known for his work on Iron Man, and super hot upcoming artist Todd McFarlane teamed up to work on a comicbook. Not any comicbook - Marvel's number one title, The Amazing Spider-Man.
Personally I'm very fond of this era. The stories are somewhat simpler and more straight forward than most of the 80's ones had been. They are more lighthearted, there's more humour (usually in the form of Peter being in an embarassing situation) and MacFarlane's art is of course, love it or hate it.
But I think it's an underated era. Michelinie's story style and writing is pitch perfect for McFarlane's art. Todd's caricature-like characters are given the proper note of humour, and Michelinie captures Spidey's self-depretiating, 'what-now?' attitude very well. I actually think Michelinie defined the character of Spidey somewhat for the 1990's.
Their stories are very readable and appealing, and IMO great to look at. The highlight of their run was of course the introduction of Venom, and they had a number of other noteworthy contributions. The first, and only proper Hogboblin vs Green Goblin (which was mediocre but atleast they did it), the creation of creepy Styx and Stone, Jonathan Ceasar kidnapping MJ and holding her prisoner only a few rooms away from her's and Peter's apartment. They also had Peter publish his Webs photography book, revamped the Prowler (very Spawn-esque), and had Spidey punch the Hulk....into space.
I think Michelinie/McFarlane's run was a perfect late-80's version of the original Stan Lee/Steve Ditko stories. Michelinie writes the same well-paced, good humoured, traditional style stories as Lee, yet more streamlined and somewhat lighter. McFarlane has all the offbeat weirdness of Ditko, and is not afraid to make Spidey look weird and freakish.
If you are new to the Spider-Man comics after seeing the movies, this is the perfect volume to get into the series. Knowledge of the films is enough to understand these stories. The artwork is colourful and appealing, and you'll get to see the work of the most succesful and controversial comicbook artist of all-time. The stories are fun, full of action and of course, full of supervillains. You really can't go wrong.
God be with you.
Zuser
I was never a fan of McFarlane's art, or much of a Spider-Man reader, but he does go in for the more 'realistic' style of woman, maybe borrowing from some of the earlier X-types at the time.

Padded, these issues aren't, bad guys and action galore.

Some funny bits too: The Scorpion has a hostage, and makes Spider-Man get him a pizza!

Spider-Man takes a job from Silver Sable for cash, and wears a dinner suit over his costume while guarding royalty of one of those tiny comicbookland countries.