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Ultimate Comics Spider-Man: Death of Spider-Man Omnibus
     

Ultimate Comics Spider-Man: Death of Spider-Man Omnibus

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by Brian Michael Michael, Sara Pichelli (Illustrator), Chris Samnee (Illustrator), Mark Bagley (Illustrator), Mark Millar (Text by)
 

For more than ten years, Eisner Award-winning writer Brian Michael Bendis has spun the tale of young Peter Parker. Under his pen, the neophyte Spider-Man blossomed from an awkward and gangly schoolboy into a tried-and-true hero, an inspiration to a world of ultimate wonder. But all stories must come to an end. And as shadows gather, villains plot and heroes clash,

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For more than ten years, Eisner Award-winning writer Brian Michael Bendis has spun the tale of young Peter Parker. Under his pen, the neophyte Spider-Man blossomed from an awkward and gangly schoolboy into a tried-and-true hero, an inspiration to a world of ultimate wonder. But all stories must come to an end. And as shadows gather, villains plot and heroes clash, Peter's final story will unfold. It's the death of Spider-Man - and the ending will shock you. Collecting ULTIMATE COMICS SPIDER-MAN (2009) #15 and #150-160, ULTIMATE COMICS AVENGERS VS. NEW ULTIMATES #1-6, and ULTIMATE COMICS FALLOUT #1-6.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785164647
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
11/28/2012
Series:
Ultimate Comics Spider-Man Series (2009-2012)
Pages:
608
Product dimensions:
10.90(w) x 7.40(h) x 1.20(d)
Age Range:
13 - 18 Years

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Ultimate Comics Spider-Man: Death of Spider-Man Omnibus 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
I'm pretty sure that there isn't a better combination that Brian Michael Bendis and Ultimate Peter Parker. Here, and this isn't a spoiler given the title, Bendis pens the death of Spider-Man. Its touching, poignant, funny, and important. His dialogue for these characters is always perfectly spot on and the plot was very good. My big complaint is that the book is completely spoiled by the hype going into it, the title, and the fact that it involves another book for no reason. Peter's connection to his extended family is perfect and I loved it. Seeing Mark Bagley draw this book again is a great swan song. Overall, a very very good book.