Spider-Man: Crime and Punisher

Spider-Man: Crime and Punisher

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ISBN-13: 9780785171034
Publisher: Marvel Enterprises, Inc.
Publication date: 10/25/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 987,650
File size: 54 MB
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Spider-Man Crime and Punisher 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Collecting Amazing Spiderman 574-577, this comic book is plainly terrific. Just the pictures alone will blow you away. First up, a touching tale with Flash Thompson as the narrator with a shocking reveal at the end. Second, remember that two -bit eighties villian everybody laughed at, Hammerhead? Well, Spidey certainly isn't laughing now! With this new player in the feild, Mr. Negative finally has that edge he's been looking for. Last but not least, Spiderman must help Punisher escape the hands of Moses Magnum. Can Spiderman handle teaming up with this cold killer? Plus, who's behin the spider tracer killings? All in all, this is a terrific volume. I certainly couldn't have done better. It has a terrific storyline, great art, mainly by Chris Bachalo, and witty dialoge, though it does seem to go by fast. It contains a lot of confusion with the Nook because of all the pages that join into each other. Otherwise, it's a great buy.
burnit99 on LibraryThing 5 months ago
The first story is a fairly powerful one, although a little over-heavy, in which Flash Thompson, wounded in Iraq, is being interviewed as a possible Medal of Honor recipient and links his sense of honor to Spider-man's inspiration. The following stories show Hammerhead being recruited and surgically beefed up by Mr. Negative, after which he takes on Spider-Man as he tries to protect a group of neighborhood kids targeted for recruitment by the local gang. The Punisher story follows and is decently done. But the best thing in this whole book is the introduction of Norah Winters, a Front Line reporter and the best new character I've seen in Peter Parker's life in a long time. Sarcastic, effervescently witty, sardonic, even sexy in an off-key way, and apparently with her sights set on Peter in spite of his instant confused repulsion... I just hope they do justice to this character down the road. Oh, and the bit where Spidey is rescuing a particularly aromatic bag-sort-of-lady is worth the price of admission alone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is worth it for the story on Flash Thompson and the tragic events that happened to him while serving in Iraq. The rest was good as well. Liked the update to Hammerhead. Very well done.
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JerLu More than 1 year ago
This trade paperback just continues the interesting and very fun storyline of the Brand New Day series of Spider-man. I definitely recommend all the recent collections, including this one, and especially the great Secret Invasion Spider-man featuring the quirky Jackpot!