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MARVEL COMICS => MARVEL HEROES SOLO BOOKS => Topic started by: Perry on November 15, 2013, 09:57:33 PM



Title: SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN
Post by: Perry on November 15, 2013, 09:57:33 PM
I just read issue #21 and damn it, if Slott can keep bringing the fun like this, I will have no problems keeping this title on my pull. This was a very good, enjoyable issue.

I have been away from Spidey, off and on (mostly off) for a few years, so I had no past knowledge of this antagonist, but Slott did a bang up job of explaining her without bogging the story down.

All that and a very decent looking Spidey made for a fun comic!

Glad to be back!!
 


Title: Re: SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN
Post by: EmeraldWarrior420 on November 15, 2013, 11:52:41 PM
Been following this from the beginning.

Despite hating what they did to Peter, the writing is so good I can't stop reading it and anticipating the moment it all comes apart for Doc Ock.


Title: Re: SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN
Post by: Jeff on November 16, 2013, 12:49:40 AM
You guys are making want to try this.


Title: Re: SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN
Post by: Perry on November 16, 2013, 02:42:20 AM
I enjoyed the last few issues with Pete and I also enjoyed the first few issue with Otto, but again, Slott just never seems to keep me on (God knows I jumped off his Amazing more than once). But it is, on an upswing right now, but even at its lows you would probably enjoy it. You don't get as frustrated as I do.
 :D


Title: Re: SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN
Post by: Jimmy T on November 17, 2013, 09:07:47 PM
Consider this Jeff:

I am buying this. And, as grudging as I can be, I will say that I am enjoying it. I'm not reading so I can complain about it; I'm reading it to enjoy!


Title: Re: SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN
Post by: Jimmy T on December 08, 2013, 03:23:38 AM
However, I won't lie, it makes it REALLY hard to buy the arcs that Humberto Ramos draws. His paneling, compositions, etc, are nearly indiscernible to see and follow. Ugh.


Title: Re: SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN
Post by: Perry on December 13, 2013, 05:39:55 PM
However, I won't lie, it makes it REALLY hard to buy the arcs that Humberto Ramos draws. His paneling, compositions, etc, are nearly indiscernible to see and follow. Ugh.

He is certainly one of those artist that has very little middle ground when it comes to fans. They either love or hate his work. There are some good things I see from him (love the over-all style) and like Jimmy mentioned, sometimes it is just so muddled you're not sure what you are seeing.

As far as books he should be on, I do think Spider-Man is the best choice for his style however.  :-\