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by Mark Millar,Terry Dodson

Marvel Knights Spider-Man Vol. 3: The Last Stand download ebook
ISBN:
0785116761
ISBN13:
978-0785116769
Author:
Mark Millar,Terry Dodson
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Marvel Comics (May 25, 2005)
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96 pages
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4.5

Marvel Knights Spider-Man Vol. 1: Down Among the Dead Men. Mark Millar. The highly successful combination Millar and Dodson bring to a close the last arc in their Marvel Knights Spider-Man series with "The Last Stand.

Marvel Knights Spider-Man Vol. Millar's story injects each character - hero or villian - with a captivating sense of realism, humanity, and heart. Early on I felt the Spider-Man stories were driven by Peter Parker's challanges while growing up and balancing his "life" apart from the mask. Most of the villans and obstacles thrown at him were just reflections of his problems and were never flushed out. 3: The Last Stand. Spider-man Marvel Knights (Down Among the Dead Men). Aunt May's fate still being on the back burner is the only significant weakness, because he really would crack under all that pressure by the time we get to the end of this four-part story.

Marvel Knights Spider-Man, Vol. 3 book. Mark Millar (Goodreads Author), Terry Dodson (Illustrator). Marvel Knights Spider-Man, Vol. In the conclusion to the Marvel Knights Spider-Man super-story, the identity of Aunt May's abductor is finally revealed. But is that the villain who really pulls the strings?

Marvel Knights Spider-Man, Vol. But is that the villain who really pulls the strings?

In the conclusion to the MARVEL KNIGHTS SPIDER-MAN super-story, the identity of Aunt May's abductor is finally revealed. But is that the villain who really pulls the strings? Things heat up as Spidey and the Black Cat face off against the might of the Sinister Twelve.

In the conclusion to the MARVEL KNIGHTS SPIDER-MAN super-story, the identity of Aunt May's abductor is finally revealed. But is that the villain who really pulls the strings? Things heat up as Spidey and the Black Cat face off against the might of the Sinister Twelve

Featured Characters: Spider-Man (Peter Parker). Supporting Characters: Mary Jane Watson-Parker. Antagonists: Electro (Max Dillon). Vulture (Adrian Toomes). Doctor Octopus (Otto Octavius) (Mentioned).

Featured Characters: Spider-Man (Peter Parker). Kingpin (Wilson Fisk) (Only in flashback). Owl (Leland Owlsley) (Only in flashback). Frightful Four (Mentioned). Paste Pot Pete (Peter Petruski) (Mentioned). Other Characters: Yekaterina (Last appearance). Daredevil (Matt Murdock) (Mentioned). Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange) (Mentioned). 3. The Last Stand. Collects Marvel Knights Spider-Man The identity of Aunt May's abductor is finally revealed. Publisher Description. Holy cow, true believers!

Mark Millar Terry Dodson. Marvel Knights Spider-Man Vol. 3: The Last Stand Trade Paperback.

Mark Millar Terry Dodson. Written by. Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. The Sensational Spider-Man (vol. 2) is the name of a comic book series starring Spider-Man and published monthly by Marvel Comics for 41 issues between 2004 and 2007. Formerly it was published under the Marvel Knights imprint (as Marvel Knights Spider-Man, vol. 1, issues The underlying difference between this title and the other Spider-Man titles was that Marvel Knights Spider-Man was done with a more mature slant (in style if not content), thus the "Marvel Knights" prefix.

This action-packed, hyper-realistic tale finds Peter Parker forced to face the cruel realities that wearing the Spider-Man mask and web-shooters brings to his personal life.

Written by MARK MILLAR Pencils & Cover by TERRY DODSON In the conclusion to the MARVEL KNIGHTS SPIDER-MAN super-story, the identity of Aunt May's abductor is finally revealed.

In the conclusion to the Marvel Knights Spider-Man super-story, the identity of Aunt May's abductor is finally revealed. But is that the villain who really pulls the strings? Things heat up as Spidey and the Black Cat face off against the might of the Sinister Twelve. Holy cow, True Believers! Did we say twelve? Even with the tough-as-nails Black Cat by his side, how can the web-slinger possibly defeat twelve of the most powerful super-villains on the planet? The roller-coaster ride that is Marvel Knights Spider-Man picks up speed, riding a corkscrew to its conclusion! Collects Marvel Knights Spider-Man #9-12.
Reviews:
  • DART-SKRIMER
The highly successful combination Millar and Dodson bring to a close the last arc in their Marvel Knights Spider-Man series with "The Last Stand." Millar's story injects each character - hero or villian - with a captivating sense of realism, humanity, and heart. Early on I felt the Spider-Man stories were driven by Peter Parker's challanges while growing up and balancing his "life" apart from the mask. Most of the villans and obstacles thrown at him were just reflections of his problems and were never flushed out. Now the characters have real motivations and real problems that lead them to their confrontations with the Wallcrawler. All of this is amazingly complimented by the Dodson-Duo's art. Both Dodson's bring their unique style to their work, but overall the splashes, panels, and pacing throughout pages feel consistent. Do yourself a favor if your a Spider-Fan and pick a copy of this as well as the first installments "Down Among the Dead Men" and "Venomous."
  • Oveley
Mark Millar's year long arc on Marvel Knights Spider-Man comes to a stunner of a conclusion as he ties up all the loose ends he's set up the past year while revealing who kidnapped Peter Parker's beloved Aunt May and just who was behind it. Who did it and why isn't really much of a surprise here, but the culmination of which is, as Spidey faces off against the newly formed Sinister Twelve, led by the Green Goblin and the Scorpion, who has now come into posession of Eddie Brock's auctioned off Venom symbiote costume. Everything else, such as who is controling Doctor Octopus and why is revealed, along with which side is the Black Cat really on. Ending in a last battle with the Green Goblin with odes to the classic death of Gwen Stacy tale, Millar brings his year long run to a close in style, and once again the art of his Trouble team of Terry and Rachel Dodson is superb. All in all, this final chapter of one of the best Spider-Man stories to be told in the last few years is completely satisfying, and the splash page featuring the Green Goblin with Mary Jane as a hostage in a very chilling and familiar looking scene is worth the price of admission alone.
  • Alsardin
This is reasonable, apart from The Scorpion is the new Venom? The Green Goblin is treating his relationship with Spider-Man as a series of battles, done to his twisted code. His problem is that he is about to be assassinated in prison, and only Spider-Man can get him out. Mostly due to the fact he is going to murder his hostage Aunt. Images of well built girlfriends and other relatives, friends and associates of the pushing up the daisies varieties haunt Spider-Man throughout. Much of the story is internal to the wallcrawler here, not really any of the usual battles with quippage.
  • Nahn
This third act of the year-long story arc is unbelievable. Although the whole set-up reminded me a bit of Batman: Hush with the manipulation of Spideman's villians, it was still amazing. There's a reason why the Green Goblin is Peter's worst foe -- because he's one bad-a$$! And in this book, he is in full form.

Also, very interesting is Millar's idea of super villians. Ponder this one over. It's very, very cool!
  • Vizil
After reading the first volume and being impressed by both the artwork and the writing I decided to spend my hard earned money on the next two volumes to find out what happened to Aunt May. Wow was I left disappointed. While the artwork is still phenomenal, I really felt that this final arc was just a 'cram in all the characters you can' deal. Yes, there is no doubt that the Green Goblin is an evil, evil man, but there was a lack of something in this story that I got in 'Down Among the Dead Men'.