Ultimate Comics Spider-Man - Volume 2: Chameleons

Ultimate Comics Spider-Man - Volume 2: Chameleons

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by Marvel Comics
     
 

With Gwen Stacy, the Human Torch and Iceman boarding at Aunt May's house, you'd think Peter Parker would have it easy for a change. But in the world of Spider-Man, that's rarely the case. First, Spidey and his houseguests discover their neighbor Rick Jones possesses special abilities. Meanwhile, with mutants outlawed across the country, what happens when agents

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With Gwen Stacy, the Human Torch and Iceman boarding at Aunt May's house, you'd think Peter Parker would have it easy for a change. But in the world of Spider-Man, that's rarely the case. First, Spidey and his houseguests discover their neighbor Rick Jones possesses special abilities. Meanwhile, with mutants outlawed across the country, what happens when agents find out where Kitty Pryde's been hiding?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785141006
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
05/18/2011
Series:
Ultimate Comics Spider-Man Series (2009-2012)
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
13 - 18 Years

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Ultimate Comics Spider-Man - Volume 2: Chameleons 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
Aunt May's super-teen boarding house continues as Johnny Storm and Bobby Drake live with Peter Parker, not to mention his girlfriend, Gwen Stacy. All this plus Kitty Pryde and Mary Jane Watson still in the picture makes for some supreme high school drama. Aunt May is great in this whole book and she shows a few different emotions that make perfect sense. Peter is often clueless but means well. The addition of all these other characters do add new angles but also take away from Peter's time on panel. This trade was basically three different parts, Rick Jones, Kitty Pryde, & the Chameleon. The three storylines didn't gel well together and the first two didn't read like Spider-Man stories. The reimagining of the Chameleon was really good to me (but my daughter didn't like it). The main drawback in this trade for me was the art, first by Takeshi Miyazawa and then the bulk by David Lafuente. The art looked so geared towards little kids to me. Peter looked very feminine almost all the time and Iceman looked very odd when iced up. I just was taken aback by how much it was taking me out of the story. I know Mark Bagley returns in the next arc and that is great news. Overall, this is a decent but far from great book with some interesting plotlines.