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Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #48, Spider-Man: The Sins of Norman Osborn (2020) #1, Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #49, Free Comic Book Day 2020 (Spider-Man/Venom) 1 (Spider-Man story). How far can Spider-Man stretch before he breaks? Nick Spencer and a host of legendary creators celebrate 850 issues of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN — by pushing the web-slinger harder than ever before! The resurrected Sin-Eater has leveled up thanks to Kindred — and just as his reign of terror reaches riot level, the Green Goblin returns! Norman Osborn is back — and his troubled past will haunt both him and Peter Parker. Spidey has been through a lot over the years, but even his worst moments have just been a prelude to this! Can he get by with a little help from his friends? Miles Morales, Spider-Woman, Ghost-Spider, Spider-Girl and Madame Web assemble as the Order of the Web is born!
Collecting Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #6-10. Peter Parker’s putting his life back together — but everyone around him keeps threatening to throw it into chaos! Exhibit one: Boomerang. Wondering when Fred Myers’ status as Pete’s roommate would blow up? Right now! When Boomerang and Spider-Man walk into a bar, it’s no laughing matter —because it’s the Bar With No Name, and it’s full of villains out to end the wall-crawler! Then, when the Thieves Guild of New York steals the limelight, Spidey turns to his foe turned friend turned crime boss the Black Cat! Meanwhile, J. Jonah Jameson has a new job as a shock jock — but is the world ready for a pro-web-head JJJ? And is our hero ready for the Enforcers to come after him harder than ever? Prepare to be amazed as Nick Spencer’s action-packed run continues!
For months, perhaps years, he has crawled in the shadows, manipulating events from afar. Mysterio and Norman Osborn have both known his chilling presence. Now the demon known as Kindred is finally ready to take his revenge - not on Spider-Man, but on Peter Parker! And he's resurrected one of Spidey's most disturbing foes, the fanatical Sin-Eater, to help him carry out his grand plans! Learn the secret history of the Sin-Eater, as he embarks on a collison course with Spidey that will have you quaking in your seat. Spider-Man's world is about to explode, and this is where the fuse is lit... COLLECTING: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (2018) 44-47, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: SINS RISING (2020) 1
Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #6-10. Peter Parker's putting his life back together--but everyone around him keeps threatening to throw it into chaos! Exhibit one: Boomerang. Wondering when Fred Myers' status as Pete's roommate would blow up? Right now! When Boomerang and Spider-Man walk into a bar, it's no laughing matter--because it's the Bar With No Name, and it's full of villains out to end the wall-crawler! Then, when the Thieves Guild of New York steals the limelight, Spidey turns to his foe turned friend turned crime boss the Black Cat! Meanwhile, J. Jonah Jameson has a new job as a shock jock--but is the world ready for a pro-web-head JJJ? And is our hero ready for the Enforcers to come after him harder than ever? Prepare to be amazed as Nick Spencer's action-packed run continues!
Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #37-43. Spider-Man can’t be in four places at once — or can he?! Peter Parker’s life is as complicated as ever, but is science the answer? Meanwhile, J. Jonah Jameson starts his new life as a podcast host — and his first guest is Spider-Man! JJJ and Spidey have been on pretty good terms for a while now, so it’s only fitting that “Jolly” Jonah would sabotage all that and put the entire city in danger, right? Plus: The wall-crawler must roll the dice in the Palace, the new super villain casino run by none other than Chance! And Spidey’s odds don’t look good. But while Peter’s life gets ever crazier, what’s Boomerang up to? And what does it have to do with Mayor Kingpin?
Carmine Infantino. Steve Ditko. Jack Kirby. Gil Kane. Joe Kubert. Gene Colan. Jim Steranko. Neal Adams. Some of the greatest comic book artists of their generation, who created some of their greatest work during The Silver Age of Comics (circa1956-1970). They not only drew definitive versions of the medium’s greatest characters including The Flash, Batman, Captain America, Superman, Thor, Green Lantern, Spider-Man, Dr. Strange, Green Arrow and more— but set trends in the art of comic book storytelling. Now this popular and influential body of work, along with each artist’s thoughts, ideas and commentary, is presented in The Silver Age of Comic Book Art, a coffee table comic book art history book written and designed in a daringly different format by comic book historian and illustrator Arlen Schumer, and published in hardcover and digital/e-book editions by Archway Publishing (from Simon & Schuster). Dynamic spreads of the actual printed comic art, graphically enlarged, are integrated with comic-styled text, often by the artists themselves, that replaces the original comic book copy with more personalized prose that places the art firmly in the period it was created: the turbulent 1960s. By creating a comic book history book that reads like a comic book, Schumer succeeds spectacularly in making you see, as if for the first time, the comics you’ve been reading your whole life. “Arlen Schumer documents an important period in comic book history, told with an explosive format and stunning design. It reflects the kinetic rhythm of the era.” — Will Eisner (1917-2005), creator of The Spirit and the graphic novel A Contract with God "Through the years, I’ve had the pleasure of seeing many books that pay tribute to the art of comics, but Arlen Schumer has created an entirely new format in presenting the art and words of the artists. It's the most comprehensive and personal way a fan or colleague can learn what lies beneath the art. Arlen has found the perfect way to inform and entertain. It’s simply awesome —and the best representation of my work ever!” —Gene Colan (1926-2011), legendary comic book artist “A lovingly crafted tribute to the superhero comic of the 1960s, The Silver Age of Comic Book Art recaptures the four-color visionary surge of the era, its jet-age psychedelic rush of imagination and the titanic, luminous figures, both real and imaginary, that glittered in its firmament. For a brief moment in the late 20th century, it seemed as if the spirit of the age wore a vivid leotard, a chest emblem, and traveled in a strobing blur of speed lines. For anyone with any interest in or affection for that moment, this beautiful volume is indispensible.” — Alan Moore, author of Swamp Thing and Watchmen For more on The Silver Age of Comic Book Book Art, join Arlen’s Facebook group of the same name, and visit Arlen’s website: www.arlenschumer.com
Collects Runaways (2003) #11-12, Runaways (2005) #9-12, Cloak and Dagger (2010) #1, Spider-Island: Cloak and Dagger #1-3, Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #6-8 and material from Strange Tales: Dark Corners, Marvel Knights Double-Shot #3, Dark X-Men: The Beginning #2, Amazing Spider-Man (1999) #663, Amazing Spider-Man Annual (2016) #1. Catch up with Marvel's newest television sensations, Cloak and Dagger, as they walk the line between darkness and light! But can the super-powered teens called the Runaways save Cloak from a deadly case of mistaken identity - and the wrath of the Avengers? Then, Cloak and Dagger are approached by Norman Osborn...but when his Dark Reign falls apart, they just might end up joining the X-Men!
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