Ultimate Spider-Man - Volume 1: Power & Responsibility

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Marvel, May 16, 2007 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 184 pages
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"Ultimate Spider-Man" is the reinterpretation of Spider-Man's origin, updated for today's teens. Starting over at the beginning, the story of how a tortured teen is imbued with startling powers has been completely reimagined to appeal to the high-tech, media savvy youth of today. Full color.

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Review: Ultimate Spider-Man, Vol. 1: Power and Responsibility (Ultimate Spider-Man #1)

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I remembered this being much better. I remember it being important at the time because it returned Peter Parker to a teenager after a very long time of him being a boring adult in contemporary comics ... Read full review

Review: Ultimate Spider-Man, Vol. 1: Power and Responsibility (Ultimate Spider-Man #1)

User Review  - Leah Angstman - Goodreads

I remembered this being much better. I remember it being important at the time because it returned Peter Parker to a teenager after a very long time of him being a boring adult in contemporary comics ... Read full review

Contents

POWERLESS
WANNABE
WITH GREAT POWER

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About the author (2007)

Bendis is the Eisner award-winning creator of the Jinx crime comics. Bendis is the recipient of the Cleveland Press Excellence in Journalism Award ans was also nominated for an International Horror Guild award.

Artist Mark Bagley makes his DC debut on this series after spending over 20 years at Marvel Comics illustrating titles such as Ultimate Spider-Man, Amazing Spider-Man and New Warriors.

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