Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus Vol. 1 (The Amazing Spider-Man Omnibus)
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and Gil Kane, Spidey grew to become not just the most relatable hero in comics, but also the industry’s top seller!
Stern showed his prowess on a few home run issues/arcs on Spectacular, so Marvel gave him the main book. Old Iron Man comics are tough to read, so I really enjoyed this look into how good the title could be; also, Spidey vs.And the full Christopher Priest Black Panther run, most responsible for the movie iteration, also in Omnibus form with the other Marvel books for September 2022. This was different – focusing all of the resources of the entire line of spider-books on a single title meant Spidey’s adventures could move quickly and keep fans regularly sated while being easy to follow. I’m sure I could make that much clearer in the future, so feel free to reply again to let me know your suggestions.
It’s kind of a normal Doctor Strange story, though it does show a new first meeting between Spidey and Strange. But when dozens of issues in a collected edition reference the same event(s) that were not included, that really irks me. I don't regret having this tome on my shelf, it's an important part of Spidey history and Romita Jr's art certainly does provide the goods and the story feels alive and bright whilst he's drawing.Add to that the gradual appreciation of back issues, and for a new fan it might seem like enjoying Spider-Man is an insurmountable task. I don't know, it just all seems wrong, even if they aren't directly portrayed as minorities in the traditional sense.