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by Paolo Manuel Rivera,Joe Quesada

Spider-Man: One Moment in Time download ebook
ISBN:
0785149309
ISBN13:
978-0785149309
Author:
Paolo Manuel Rivera,Joe Quesada
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Marvel; First Edition edition (November 24, 2010)
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166 pages
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1348 kb
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Rating:
4.8

One Moment In Time is a direct re-visitation to One More Day, and I. .I don't love what this story means for Spider-Man and his history, but I guess I'm glad that this "One Moment In Time" chapter exists to help with some explanation.

One Moment In Time is a direct re-visitation to One More Day, and I had little hope that it would do anything to improve my liking of the original story. The "Moment In Time" that I quit collecting Spider-Man comics was when the deal with Mephisto first went down. Surprisingly, it gives a bit of closure for fans of the Parker marriage. Even though I'm still nostalgic for a time when Peter was married to MJ, there are a lot of good stories that came out of the "Brand New Day" initiative.

One Moment in Time" is a 2010 comic book storyline published by Marvel Comics starring Spider-Man. Written by Joe Quesada and illustrated by Paolo Rivera, it was originally published in The Amazing Spider-Man and immediately follows "The Gauntlet and Grim Hunt" storyline.

but the answers may The questions have been haunting readers throughout Spider-Man's Brand New Day and now the answers are here! What really happened at the wedding of Spider-Man and Mary Jane? What does Mary Jane know about Spider-Man today? How did ONE MORE DAY affect the Marvel U?

PAOLO MANUEL RIVERA Cover - 1st printing. One Moment in Time: Part 2 of 4 - Written by JOE QUESADA Penciled by PAOLO MANUEL RIVERA and JOE QUESADA

PAOLO MANUEL RIVERA Cover - 1st printing. One Moment in Time: Part 2 of 4 - Written by JOE QUESADA Penciled by PAOLO MANUEL RIVERA and JOE QUESADA. Spidey Sundays backups by STAN LEE and MARCOS MARTIN Covers by PAOLO MANUEL RIVERA Variant Covers by JOE QUESADA.

A description of the story arc has not been written. One Moment in Time Story Arc Category. Minor Appearances of "One Moment in Time". Categories: Story Arcs. Story Arc Synopsis Needed. Spider-Man Story Arcs.

Joe Quesada, Paolo Rivera and Marcos Martin lay out all the cards, pull back the curtain and fill in every blank. This arc will hold answers, resolutions and set up the course of Spider-Man's life for years to come!COLLECTING: Amazing Spider-Man

Joe Quesada, Paolo Rivera and Marcos Martin lay out all the cards, pull back the curtain and fill in every blank. This arc will hold answers, resolutions and set up the course of Spider-Man's life for years to come!COLLECTING: Amazing Spider-Man Похожие книги: Spider-Man: One More Day. Jesse Russell. One More Day" is a four-part, 2007 comic book crossov. т 1125.

The Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1 Issue 640 (Joe Quesada Variant). One Moment In Time (Rivera Variant).

Joe Quesada, Paolo M. Rivera. The questions have been haunting readers throughout Spider-Man's Brand New Day and now the answers are here! What really happened at the wedding of Spider-Man and Mary Jane?

Joe Quesada, Paolo M. but the answers may come at a cost to all that Peter Parker loves

Joe Quesada, Paolo Rivera and Marcos Martin lay out all the cards, pull back the curtain and fill in every blank. The events that led to the Spider-Man history re-write with "A Brand New Day" were necessary - Marvel had written itself into a corner, however great and mature the storyline was - and well-conceived, but they left a lot of unanswered questions. How did Mary Jane and Peter's marriage become a non-happening? How did Spider-Man's secret get put back in the bottle? What does Mary Jane now know about Spider-Man?

ONE MOMENT IN TIME Part 1 & 2 The questions have been haunting readers throughout Spider-Man’s Brand .

"Contains material originally published in magazine form as Amazing Spider-Man #638-641."
Reviews:
  • Bedy
Pretty awful. I don't mean to sound crass, but this really is an awful book. The entire One More Day, make a deal with the Devil storyline, has really been some of my least favorite comics of all time. And by least favorite, I mean I hate them. The only good Spider-Man books to come our recently are books that ignore for a moment this awful event, and instead spend an issue with Spidey crime busting or joking around without mentioning anything related to One More Day. One Moment In Time is a direct re-visitation to One More Day, and I had little hope that it would do anything to improve my liking of the original story. It doesn't. The "Moment In Time" that I quit collecting Spider-Man comics was when the deal with Mephisto first went down. I've been browsing and occasionally buying trades as they come out now, but this is definitely one to still avoid.
  • Olwado
I love how they go back to older art styles for flashbacks and for the ONE MORE DAY revisions I enjoyed that they only changed speech bubbles. Reading One Moment in Time side by side with One More Day, was very interesting seeing canon being changed.
  • Kifer
I dig that marvel is trying to insert a fresh outlook on the regular spidey books but the one more day storyline is stupid and shows that Peter Parker is a selfish jerk. I don't get that Peter sacrifices everything for aunt May a lady that is so near the end of her days that is pointless to save her since she might go at any moment either of old age, a heart attack or other. I mean I get it, if instead of aunt May it was Mary Jane, that would make sense especially if they put the irony in the story "the only way to save MJ is to change time" that I would get but to sacrifice your marriage and baby girl to save aunt May? Is ridiculous. The brand new day spidey is more of a hit and miss, sometimes they get it sometimes it blows more than the third green goblin's pumpkin bombs. This book is more of a less a get rid of MJ all over again. The book has great art but the story is awful and it could've been done in 2 panels or as a recap page. The point of the book was to show what happened with Peter's marriage in full detail but it ends up not saying anything that wasn't said before. So it ends up with a weak 4 part recap issues that only at the end shows a little moving moment that sadly goes nowhere because Peter has become the man with great powers comes great irresponsibility. this storyline shows Peter as a man that never cared for his wife, a man that can't grow up, a man that is so intelligent that makes the most dumb moves ever (like faking a photo and getting black listed) I mean this spider man is so careless is stupid. Peter Parker is a bum, is hard to believed he is wanted by any girl but for some reason he's a chick magnet. Maybe Peter Parker should change his career to a gigolo since regular marvel Parker is always whining for money. You don't see ultimate spidey being such a wuss. Skip this one if you didn't like one more day. But like I said before brand new day has hits but this is not one of them.
  • Capella
While I never read the controversial "One More Day" storyline mainly because of the hugely negative criticism it got, I found this storyline vaguely entertaining. The art in "One More Day" is just plain awesome & anyone who didn't like this will agree that Quesada's explosive pencils & Rivera's retro smooth line work makes this at least pretty to look at. "One Moment in Time" weaves powerful driven drama with plenty of character pathos but what's a real set back here is that typical disregard for the readers who haven't been keeping up with all the recent events that have been happening in the monthly Spidey titles. So in all probability non continuity readers like myself will be lost in some parts, though what I really dug was that they brings back Pete's secret identity after the events of the "Civil War" fiasco. While certainly not the best Spidey story out there it's still an OK read in the endless soap opera that is Spider-Man.
  • Kazigrel
Collects Amazing Spider-Man issues #638-641

I don't love what this story means for Spider-Man and his history, but I guess I'm glad that this "One Moment In Time" chapter exists to help with some explanation. Surprisingly, it gives a bit of closure for fans of the Parker marriage. Even though I'm still nostalgic for a time when Peter was married to MJ, there are a lot of good stories that came out of the "Brand New Day" initiative.

This book reveals what happened on Peter and MJ's wedding day in this alternate reality created by Mephisto. Why aren't they married, and how does Marvel make their past stories still historical if the marriage never existed? Also, what did Mary Jane whisper to Mephisto that set these events in motion right before "Brand New Day" started? These questions are answered. This book also fills in the blanks as to what was happening behind the scenes as Dr. Strange made everyone in the world forget that Peter Parker was Spider-Man.

It took a little while for me to get into this collection, but it has a surprisingly poignant ending.

Final rating = 3.5 stars
  • Olelifan
Peter and MJ's relationship has always been my favorite "superhero" relationship. Reading the details of its collapse didn't please. That's not to say it wasn't done well, it just didn't feel good. Many fans complain about the Clone Saga being a low point in Spidey's career, but his unmasking and the subsequent events were that for me. The dialogue between the two characters was done very well but I simply didn't like what the editorial team decided for them to go through. The art, mostly by Pablo Rivera, was great for all the throwback scenes. Joe Quesada's art on the other hand looked too alien at times at was jarring. Overall, not a bad book but an unfortunate chapter in an amazing history.