Spider-Man: Brand New Day, Volume 3

Spider-Man: Brand New Day, Volume 3

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by Dan Slott, Marcos Martin, Bob Gale
     
 

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The Daily Bugle, New York's trashiest tabloid, has just hired the sleaziest, most muckraking, lowlife paparazzi of them all... PETER PARKER?! Say it ain't so, True Believer! Also, J. Jonah Jameson finds inner peace and harmony...(Hey, it could happen! Maybe.) All this and the first-ever livestreaming super-villain: Screwball! Plus: It's web-slinger vs.

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The Daily Bugle, New York's trashiest tabloid, has just hired the sleaziest, most muckraking, lowlife paparazzi of them all... PETER PARKER?! Say it ain't so, True Believer! Also, J. Jonah Jameson finds inner peace and harmony...(Hey, it could happen! Maybe.) All this and the first-ever livestreaming super-villain: Screwball! Plus: It's web-slinger vs. wall-crawler as we answer the question - who is "The Other Spider-Man?" It ain't comin' down to another clone saga, is it?
Collects Amazing Spider-Man #559-564.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785132158
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
10/01/2008
Series:
Spider-Man: Brand New Day Series, #3
Edition description:
Premiere Edition
Pages:
120
Product dimensions:
10.34(w) x 10.92(h) x 0.45(d)
Age Range:
9 - 18 Years

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Spider-Man Brand New Day, Volume 3 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Collecting ASM 559-563. First, Dan Slott returns eith a story that will truly amaze you. I Spiderman takes up, not one, but TWO new villians. Speedball is flying by, stealing one of Peter's beloved catchphrases. As part of an assaigned job from the DB!, Peter takes up a job to stalk and take pictures of moviestar Bobbie Starr, and meets a fan who gets too WRAPPED, literally, up in it. Last, Spidey is impersonated by the Booker and is sent on a wild goose chase, which ends up with a battle with the Enforcers. After reading this, I really liked it. Storytelling is good, art the same. (Martain's art gets a bit blurry in pats.) The part I liked is how the Bookie story we've all been waiting for has come. And new developments about the Spider-tracer killings.
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