Archive for March 16th, 2011
The cover was drawn by artist Mike Zeck. In order to make room for the logo a few heroes had to be cut like Mr. Fantastic, Shadowcat and Thor. I loved this series as a kid and I still do.
Mar 16 2011Brian Bradley in Comic Book Reviews, Ultimate Spider-Man
Hello. Is it the Ultimate Spider-Man Review you’re looking for? I can see it in your eyes. I can see it in your smile. This is all you’ve ever wanted, and the review is down below. I’ll admit, I stole that from somebody else. That’s not an entirely, original Brian-opening, but the review found below is totally 100% mine. Don’t judge this book by its cover though, cause the Sinister Six is nowhere to be found. You do get some good character build up before the upcoming “Death of Spider-Man” story though. So, enjoy.
Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man #155
Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Artist: Chris Samnee
Plot: Peter Parker has gone from the frying pan to the fire after he saved New York from Mysterio and the destructive Zodiac Key. This time, he has been fired from his fast food job in the mall’s food court. After a loud, humiliating public dismissal from work, Peter receives a call from J. Jonah Jameson. This is the first time he has heard from J.J. since the news editor discovered that Peter and Spidey were one and the same back in issue 13. Peter suits up in his Spider-Man gear and swings across town to meet Jameson at the Daily Bugle, all the while bemoaning his unfortunate Parker luck. (more…)