Spider-Man: Matters of Life and Death
Dan Slott Stefano Caselli
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THE SCORPION was just the beginning Alistair Smythe, THE SPIDER SLAYER, has returned, and Mac Garganisn t the only subjecthe s upgraded The Spider Slayer is about to unleash an entire INSECT ARMY on Spider Man s world And as part of his ultimate revenge, Smythe is out to turn one of Spidey s first ever victories into one of his biggest losses Everyone is at risk Big cTHE SCORPION was just the beginning Alistair Smythe, THE SPIDER SLAYER, has returned, and Mac Garganisn t the only subjecthe s upgraded The Spider Slayer is about to unleash an entire INSECT ARMY on Spider Man s world And as part of his ultimate revenge, Smythe is out to turn one of Spidey s first ever victories into one of his biggest losses Everyone is at risk Big changes are coming
  • Title: Spider-Man: Matters of Life and Death
  • Author: Dan Slott Stefano Caselli
  • ISBN: 9780785151029
  • Page: 191
  • Format: Hardcover

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Jeff Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
Face it Tiger, you finally hit the jackpot! I knew I would eventually stumble on a random Spider-man collection from the library that merits four stars. Dumb luck I suppose.First, congrats to Aunt May. You’re looking chipper. I guess the prune diet is working for you. In the Silver Age of comics, from issue to issue, when she wasn’t trying to jump Dr. Octopus’s bones (she’s the original Marvel Comics cougar), Aunt May would alternately either have a “spell” or a heart attack every ot [...]
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Quentin Wallace Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
This was a fairly lengthy hardcover with some pretty heavy Spiderman action. We see the death of a fairly major character (view spoiler)[ Marla Jameson, wife Jonah Jameson(hide spoiler)], along with the death of ANOTHER even bigger character (view spoiler)[ The Human Torch, who I'm pretty sure is all ready back to life(hide spoiler)]. We also got to see the repercussions, going a little deeper than some comics do when a character dies. There is also the first major appearance of Flash Thompson a [...]
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Mike Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
Some powerful storytelling in the Revenge of the Spider Slayer arc - great, out-of-control action, serious peril for a whole beloved pantheon of supporting characters, and great evocative art.Then seeing the origin of the new Venom was pretty cool - looking forward to chasing that tangent into however long a run that new book got.Slott + Martin do sombre and dream sequences amazingly well. Not just the funeral and aftermath, battles, but the wistful reminiscing that came with the FF-heavy issue. [...]
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Shane Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
This was fun. The first story was cool. The story with the Fantastic Four was touching and some of the banter between Jameson and Spidey was hilarious. Spidey without spider senses seems kinda lame but I'm assuming he gets them back sooner or later. I want to know what happens with Flash Thompson as Venom, though I'm pretty sure I know the outcome.This is a note for me. Read at your own peril. Not trying to bring anyone down but I don't want to forget.This is the last graphic novel that Kelmy re [...]
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Paul Hasbrouck Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
In this chapter of Spider-Man he is not the target, but the protector for his arch-pain in the ass, J. Jonah Jamison, Mayor of NYC. A lot of JJ sins return, are out to destroy his family and by the end of the main story someone does die. What follows are two interconnected stories of grief, guilt and life changing vows. The times are getting tougher in the city, a new villain-MASSACRE, who seems to kill and kill the innocents. Plus in the background is the dying Doc Oct, putting together a plan [...]
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Simone Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
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Mike Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
This trade contains Amazing Spider-Man issues #652-657 (including 654.1). Things are going well for Peter Parker, with a new girlfriend, his dream job, and the support of the Avengers in his heroic adventures. But it won't last forever, and the horizon is very dark indeedThis is a very strong collection reflecting themes and events foreshadowed in the title. We start with a three issue battle with a returning Alistair Smythe after ultimate revenge by targeting everyone J. Jonah Jameson could pos [...]
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Peter Derk Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
New Venom, new directions, and a touching Nuff Said style story. Does everyone know about that Nuff Said stuff?Marvel tried it as a special event. The idea was to tell wordless stories in comics, relying on the art to tell the story.The rumor is that the idea originated with a GI Joe comic that was famously printed without any of the dialogue or sound effects. There has always been rumor and speculation about whether or not this was on purpose, whether the issue came in under the gun and there w [...]
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Adam Bender Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
Not surprisingly given the cover, the stories about death are the highlight here.The two-issue "No One Dies" storyline, in which Spider-Man faces his demons after the death of a friend, is a real treat. Powerful writing by Dan Slott and terrific artwork by Marcos Martin. Whereas the other artists in this book sometimes have way too much going on in a single page, Martin keeps his artwork clean and focused with clear emotions in the characters' faces.Martin returns for (most of) an issue about an [...]
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Silas Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
This was a highly variable trade, both in art style and storytelling. The beginning focuses on Spider-Man as an Avenger and a battle with the Spider Slayer. The art style changes in the aftermath of that battle, starting with a dream sequence and a well-handled view of both Peter's and Jonah's grief. Then we switch to Flash Thompson as Venom in a modern style (which is well done and interesting),and then back to a retro at style for a look at a villain called Massacre, and finally to an issue de [...]
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Sean Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
This collection was truly a microcosm of comic books. We are given what can be great, thoughtful, and intelligent. And we can also be given what is sub-par, thoughtless, and pointless. All of the business with the “new” Spider Slayers screams 90s. Its been before and better. The art and story for that part were not what Spider-Man should be, which is the best. What happened in those moments lead to what was great and that was how Peter deals with loss. Not just Peter but supporting character [...]
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Emmett Spain Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
Another great volume, following on from Big Time, the big status quo changer for Peter Parker.This book is terrific. Dan Slott has an excellent command of the characters, and an obvious love for Spider-man’s universe. We get the fun of a fight scene on the side of a quickly escalating rocket, we get the character dynamic with Peter & MJs awkward friendship whilst Peter dates his new girl Carlie, and we get the big sadness, with the death of a character in Spider-man’s world. It’s a lar [...]
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Hector Ibarraran Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
Although not every issue in this collection is great, the last few are excellent. Marcos Martín is an amazing artist whose work is evocative of Steve Ditko, while managing to remain fresh. Dan Slott really explores Peter's inner life, and the dream sequence in this comic is one of my favorites. I'm looking forward to see Spidey as a member of the Fantastic Four for a while. Here, we can see some of the essential goodness and idealism that make Peter Parker one of my favorite heroes. I'm looking [...]
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Dave Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
Grabbed a handful of Spider-Man trades at the library. This was one of them. I became a Spider-Man fan in the mid 1970's, when I was 7 or 8. I've followed him off and on ever since. This is a good set of stories, though I'm not too crazy about the last one.The 1st two are really good. JJJ figures in the 1st one, with his 'sins' of the past coming back to haunt him.(Peter has a dream that is creepy and sad as well) The 2nd story is all about Flash, doing his duty for his country, no matter what t [...]
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Marko Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
A second graphic novel in the Dan Slott series fares a bit better than the first one. The stories are a bit random (Spider-Man issues mixed with Venom issues to include some additional info to the main storyline) at times, but they entertain for the most part. Spidey has some nice new tools as a perk of his new well-paid job. Aunt May seems to have grown younger in her old age (I'm actually surprised that she's still alive - I remember hearing that she was supposed to be dead at some point) and [...]
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Shannon Appelcline Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
The Spider-Slayer arc is generally the very solid high adventure that Slott excels at, with a surprising ending that offers up some big changes [7.5/10]. The Flash Thompson stories are a nice setup for a new Venom, but a bit slow and times and too far off the main plot [6.5/10]. The two-parter, “No One Dies” that follows is superb for a new take on Spider-Man and the half-issue without words is especially well written [9/10]. The FF story that follows is nice [7.5/10]. Finally, we end on a s [...]
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zxvasdf Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
Reading this took me back to the mid 90s where almost all the Spider-man comics seemed to be drawn by Bagley, and the story arcs didn't span longer than ten, fifteen issues. Showcases a brilliant bit about the new Venom, which introduces a character we would never think of being Venom, and the limitless possibilities of the symbiote's shaping abilities. Think about it. We could build an engine with the symbiote. Or create a machine gun, or actually build a house. I enjoyed this more than I expec [...]
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Pturingan Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
This was a nice, thick, juicy read. I think there were around four distinct stories in this volume and all of them had significant events and major developments happening all throughout. This volume was a bit more serious than the previous Big Time storyline (although I guess the cover and the title kind of give you the idea that this was gonna be a serious volume). In any case, there's a lot of interesting things going on in the world of Spider-Man and I'm certainly on board for the next volume [...]
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j_ay Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
Has Dan Slott run out of stories after just 2 arcs? Will he ever stop the nonsense of using "God" in every bloody issues?Another character [Marla Jameson] killed off, only to spark a silly 'no more deaths on my watch' mantra, another damn costume change and Spidey's identity remains known to the Fantastic Four. Ridiculous. Marcos Martin and Stefano Caselli are good artist, but they need a STORY to work with. As do the fans.
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Maddsurgeon Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
Continuing from the Big Time arc, Spider-Man continues battling baddies with his high-tech smarts. This one slows it down a bit, having some relective issues dealing with the death of Marla Jameson and the Human Torch. It works because it doesn't really get maudlin and Peter emerges from mourning/guilt with a new purpose and energy. I'm eager to read more of Slott's stuff.
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Bill Fletcher Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
This isn't awful but it's really the beginning of the end for me and the Dan Slott story arc. This is where it really starts to get confusing. The villains all just kind of blend together, the story begins repeating itself in an endless loop, and nothing really happens that compels you to keep going (other than the need to finish the series).
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Sarah T. Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
Well, I'm not a comic book reader and came across this when the boyfriend brought it home from the library. I have to say, I really enjoyed it! I'll have to read more stuff like this in the future. :)
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John Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
As wildly uneven as Brand New Day, only now we only have one writer. Slott tried to cram every aspect of Spidey - fun, guilt ridden, haunted, hard luck, brilliant - into five issues and even threw a New Venom origin in. I'm more shocked that it only failed partially rather than totally.
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Andrew Scaife Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
Slott's recent Spider-man run has been incredible. It hits the right balance of depth and irreverence and Stephanie Caselli and Humberto Ramos's art blows my mind it's so good. I weep at their illustrative feet.
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Alex Sarll Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
Giving Slott Spidey's reins is one of the best decisions Marvel have made in a while. I normally find 616 Peter Parker a schmuck, and the heroic code against killing infuriating, but here the two work in perfect harmony to give us a flawed, well-meaning but sympathetic hero.
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Patrick Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
Overall, this was a 3 star read. There was a very powerful section in the middle that by itself could have been a 4 or 5 star. The overall theme was very depressing, but that didn't make it a lower quality read. It just wasn't the lighter fare I'd expected.
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Ian Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
The first half, with the Spider-Slayers, is Dan Slott playing with action figures, and it's insuuuuuufferable, but the second half lets the characters breathe a little, which allows for a number of satisfying insights, scenes, and character beats.
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CrimsonGhost Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
gripping story from start to finish, though it wasn't one of my favorite spidey stories. (view spoiler)[ best was how he dealt with losing his spider sense (hide spoiler)]
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Michael Whittington Dec 15, 2018 - 02:17 AM
Really good book. The first part had lots of cool action but the second part was very emotional and used the art to show how different characters deal with loss.
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Spider-Man: Matters of Life and Death By Dan Slott Stefano Caselli THE SCORPION was just the beginning Alistair Smythe, THE SPIDER SLAYER, has returned, and Mac Garganisn t the only subjecthe s upgraded The Spider Slayer is about to unleash an entire INSECT ARMY on Spider Man s world And as part of his ultimate revenge, Smythe is out to turn one of Spidey s first ever victories into one of his biggest losses Everyone is at risk Big cTHE SCORPION was just the beginning Alistair Smythe, THE SPIDER SLAYER, has returned, and Mac Garganisn t the only subjecthe s upgraded The Spider Slayer is about to unleash an entire INSECT ARMY on Spider Man s world And as part of his ultimate revenge, Smythe is out to turn one of Spidey s first ever victories into one of his biggest losses Everyone is at risk Big changes are coming

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