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Spider-Man: Big Time
     

Spider-Man: Big Time

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by Dan Slott
 

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The Avengers are working under your leadership in the field (darn right!), a high-salary job in the science industry just fell into your lap (about time!), and you have an awesome new girlfriend (finally!). Face it, Peter Parker - you just hit the Big Time! But just when things are looking amazing for ol' Spidey, along comes the Hobgoblin to raise a little ruckus.

Overview

The Avengers are working under your leadership in the field (darn right!), a high-salary job in the science industry just fell into your lap (about time!), and you have an awesome new girlfriend (finally!). Face it, Peter Parker - you just hit the Big Time! But just when things are looking amazing for ol' Spidey, along comes the Hobgoblin to raise a little ruckus. With Norman Osborn in the pokey, there's a giant-sized Goblin power vacuum - one Roderick Kingsley is more than willing and able to fill! And facing the threat of the newly revived Hobgoblin will take all of Spidey's resolve - and probably a new costume, to boot! It's a new status quo in the life, love and adventures of Peter Parker and Spider-Man - guest-starring the Avengers, the Fantastic Four, and a cavalcade of Spidey's greatest friends and foes! Collecting Amazing Spider-Man (1999) #648-651.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785170983
Publisher:
Marvel Enterprises, Inc.
Publication date:
10/25/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
983,494
File size:
63 MB
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Meet the Author

Dan Slott is a comic book writer best known for The Amazing Spider-Man, Arkham Asylum: Living Hell and She-Hulk. He is the current writer of the twice monthly The Amazing Spider-Man. He lives in New York City.

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Spider-Man Big Time 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
The Big Time story arc kicks off with some really big changes for Peter and it really works. Dan Slott crafts a tale which many haven’t been able to in the past and that’s letting Peter have some good luck that isn’t immediately taken away. The new supporting cast members and environment appear promising and the “New” Hobgoblin makes sense and is a good villain. Slott still delivers the funny and I doubt that will ever change. I know I’m in the minority but I still am not a fan of Humberto Ramos’ art. While I liked his version of the villains in the book I couldn’t stand any of the characters out of costume and his Avengers. Overall a really good book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Peter Parker is left without a home, a job, or any money. At this point, I think that everybody is relieved to find that Peter is finally getting his priorities straight and getting a great job at Horizon Labs. But, as Peter says, "A bad event has to occur to even out a good one." Therefore, a new Hobgoblin has emerged in Rodrick Kingsley's place and he's threatening Peter's new job. Many heroes unite to halt Doctor Octopus' attempt to blow up New York. PROS: -Humberto Ramos really works well with Dan Slott's humorous script. His art is also vibrant and unique, which is very rare with artists today. Plus, he is great with introducing Peter's new friends and making an expansive environment. -Dan Slott handles everything well and doesn't crack under pressure. Everything is introduced well and many new, interesting characters. -I felt like a kid in a candy store when I saw all of the cool gadgets in the Hobgoblin's storage facility. -Spider-man isn't drowned in the team-up at the beginning and actually saves the day. You would think that three different teams would drain out one hero, but it doesn't. -Spiderman's new suit is freaking awesome. I love the design and Slott uses it wisely to his advantage. CONS: -Black Cat is dressed very skimpy. Nothing is really sown, but still...you wouldn't want to buy this for a small kid. -Dan Slott uses a ton of pop culture refrences, which the older sudience may not understand. Altogether, this is a great story, which I highly reccomend. Get it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a fun comic to read. As Spider-man living large at his new job, evil is also on the rise and his name is the Hobgoblin. What I also like about this comic is Spidey's new costume, the Stealthsuit.
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Big time spiderman is sooo cool i know evey costume he has about 50 suits but this one is the best ever looks like tron legacy but better.