Spider-Man

About the Author: Todd McFarlane

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  • Hardcover
  • 144 pages
  • Spider-Man
  • Todd McFarlane
  • English
  • 05 August 2018
  • 0785159436

Spider-Man Industry superstar Todd McFarlane s blockbuster run barrels on The Hobgoblin is back, out of control and deranged than ever Will even the demonic Ghost Rider be enough to help Spider Man stop him Then, Spidey takes a trip into the dark, lightless sewers under Manhattan to face Morbius the Living Vampire, which can mean only one thing the return of the black costume And finally, it s a titanic two part team up with Marvel s heavy hitters of the 90s that takes the word widescreen literally as Spider Man partners with X Force to stop the rampaging Juggernaut Collecting SPIDER MAN 1990 6 7, 13 14 and 16 and X FORCE 1991 4. New Download Spider-Man author Todd McFarlane For Kindle ePUB or eBook – onedayyourdayweddings.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Spider-Man

  1. jim says:

    Would have been better if it wasn t for that stupid sideways x over Hated that when it first came out, and I still hate it Oh well Still fun to see Todd s spidey and remember loving the adjectiveless run.

  2. Chris W says:

    TerribleMcFarlane s art was the only decent thing about this entire volume Awful storyline and plot that tries too hard to be edgy

  3. Elizabeth says:

    In the 1990s, Todd McFarlane was one of the superstars of comics His dramatic, fluid, vivid depictions of Spider Man was irresistible He went on to create Spawn and a line of toys.Just as well he liked to write his own material, and his storytelling was feeble.Reading Masques felt like time travelling to a world of big hair, posed characters, and wide grimaces His Peter Parker ha...

  4. Kurt Zisa says:

    Fantastic selection of McFarlane s best work on the revitalized Spider Man of the 1980 s and early 1990 s The Morbius and Hobgoblin story lines stand out as classic McFarlane, but the X Force spin off books with the horizontal page layout is pretty revolutionary but ultimately lacking.

  5. Chris Lemmerman says:

    Todd McFarlane is a good artist He excels at large pages with lots of detail Unfortunately, drawing an entire comic book means he has lots of little panels where you can t see a damn thing Add to that that this trade is anything but exciting storywise, and you re onto a book you should probably avoid.This trade opens with a two parter about the Hobgoblin and Ghost Rider, which has the daftest plot I ve ever seen, and could have been resolved with Ghost Rider actually listening to a word Spide Todd McFarlane is a good artist He excels at large pages with lots of detail Unfortunately, drawing an entire comic book means he has lots of little panels where you can t see a damn thing Add to that that this trade is anything but exciting storywise, and you re onto a book you should probably avoid.This trade opens with a two parter about the Hobgoblin and Ghost Rider, which has the...

  6. Gavin says:

    I actually had the first issue 6 as a kid, I got it as a gift at the time I remember LOVING Ghost Rider, being impressed with how scary I read it 20yrs later, and I think I m right on.McFarlane is a talented artist, but not a good writer I read his work now and it just does NOT hold up at all The Hobgoblin story only works because Ghost Rider is a cool guest star Mobius doesn t really work because it s somewhat boring, though nice to see a character I don t see all that often.The final X I actually had the first issue 6 as a kid, I got it as a gift at the time I remember LOVING Ghost Rider, being impressed with how scary I read it 20yrs later, and I think I m right on.McFarlane is a talented artist, but not a good writer I read his work now and it just does NOT hold up at all The Hobgoblin story only works because Ghost Rider is a cool guest star Mobius doesn t really work because it s somewhat boring, though nice to see a character I don t see al...

  7. Andy says:

    This ends the McFarlane run for me having already read Perceptions Again, it s a mixed bag, with this collection comprising three 2 issue stories The first involves Hobgoblin acting very odd and Ghost Rider The visual portrayal of Hobgoblin with the cape is fantastic but the story is weak, bizarre and not that coherent More compelling is the second Morbius story involving weird subterranean mutants There s some humour, a lot of melodrama and an unnecessary return to the black costume A This ends the McFarlane run for me having already read Perceptions Again, it s a mixed bag, with this collection comprising three 2 issue stories The first involves Hobgoblin acting very odd and Ghost Rider The visual portrayal of Hobgoblin with the cape is fantastic but the story is weak, bizarre and not that coherent More compelling is the second Morbius story involving weird...

  8. William says:

    Wretchedly bad McFarlane was lauded in the late 80s and early 90s, but his art is just messy, completely out of proportion, and painful to look at it To make things worse, his writing is just as convoluted as his art he just does not get the characters, and he writes like a frat boy The whole thing comes across as if he s high on...

  9. Adam Bender says:

    Some cool artwork by McFarlane but story takes a backseat Didn t bother with the Rob Liefield comic at the end because I hate his artwork Sure it was the second part of a story, but part one by McFarlane was one big boring fight, so why continue