Ultimate Spider-Man, Volume 2: Learning Curve

Ultimate Spider-Man, Volume 2: Learning Curve

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by Brian Michael Bendis
     
 

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Driven by a desire for revenge, Spider-Man sets out to take down Wilson Fisk, the infamous Kingpin of Crime, who employed the man who killed Peter's beloved Uncle Ben.

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Driven by a desire for revenge, Spider-Man sets out to take down Wilson Fisk, the infamous Kingpin of Crime, who employed the man who killed Peter's beloved Uncle Ben.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785108207
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
12/01/2001
Series:
Ultimate Spider-Man Series, #2
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
6.62(w) x 10.12(h) x 0.25(d)
Age Range:
1 - 18 Years

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Ultimate Spider-Man, Volume 2 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Traveln_Wood More than 1 year ago
As an avid Spidey fan for over 45 years, I was very leary of this "new" telling of an old and so very original story. But I must say that with some astonishing artwork and a really clever story line, this has been one of my all time favorite reimaginings. I could not put these down. I got them on my Nook Tablet. They read very well and the graphics are beautiful. Yes, the down side is that the pictures are small, but as a graphic medium, you can read and then simply take in the beauty of the graphics to get the complete experience of the book. Loved them all, and strongly recommend them! Be a kid again and read some comic books!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this series! Can't wait untol the next volume comes out for the nook.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Super fun for a second volume cant wait for third
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Awesome plot and great humor!
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Awsome it does not deserve anything bad its ultimate
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Guest More than 1 year ago
We re-join Spider-Man a.k.a. Peter Parker and we find him in this book still dealing with having to control his powers. This time he is out for revenge on all the crime in New York and is taking it to the streets, where he finds some thugs called the Enforcers, who used to roll with Peter's uncle's killers. The Enforcers work for the Kingpin and it's from the point on where Peter is out for revenge on the Kingpin. Of course what I love about this book is that not only do we see Peter as Spider-Man, but we see him dealing with his personal problems, like his rising relationship with Mary Jane Watson and he struggles with the decision of telling MJ or Aunt May about his new identity. We are also introduced to Ultimate Electro or Electro for you old school Amazing Spider-Man fans. This is one SHOCKING issue and if you've read the first book of Ultimate Spider-Man, then you'll love this one even more!
Cougar_H More than 1 year ago
This book is very entertaining. It was a good book because it was intriguing. Spiderman must face a new enemy, the mob. I highly recommend this book because once you start reading you can¿t stop. It is a real time cruncher. If your just sitting around with nothing to do go to the library and check this book out. It is highly recommended for littler children such as 3rd to 4th graders. When Spiderman destroys the green goblin in the first part of the book and everyone is talking about it. When Spiderman is facing the mob, he is also introduced to ultimate electro. We don¿t only see peter parker just as Spiderman fighting crime but also as he has some personal problems. M.J. finds out peter is Spiderman. Aunt May gets mad at peter for sneaking in late after a midnight brawl with the mobsters. He also has to face the fact of telling Aunt May and M.J. about his identity of Spider-Man. Also he is dealing with some control issues over his powers. I liked this book very much and I think it would be an even greater book if it was a hard cover book. I could not read some of the words on the paperback books because it was very difficult to see in the corners. This book was although had its troubles an all around good book and I am very happy to have written my book report and read this book. This was a very good book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Once again, as in my review for the first 'Ultimate Spiderman' paperback I must mark this one down. I love the art but this book still does not even compare to the hardcover 'Ultimate Spiderman'. For those of you who have not read my first review I will now tell you how to get to the 'Ultimate Spiderman' hardcover (it is actually harder than you think). Enter in the name 'Mark Bagley' and then click on the title 'Ultimate Spider-Man: Ultimate Spider-Man Hardcover Collection'. This title will have no accompanying picture. My review for why this is better is already up there so please read it.