- Series: Ultimate Spider-Man (Book 10)
- Paperback: 144 pages
- Publisher: Marvel (September 27, 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0785114025
- ISBN-13: 978-0785114024
- Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #373,757 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Ultimate Spider-Man Vol. 10: Hollywood Paperback – September 27, 2006
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This is the one Doc Ock storyline Marvel offered that up in the summer of 2004 that tackled the idea of Hollywood making a movie about Spider-Man. It is not that Spider-Man ends up in Hollywood, but rather than Hollywood brings the magic of movie making to New York City and Spider-Man's home turf. Aunt May is out of town leaving Peter and Gwen Stacy alone and there is a story on the news about a Spider-Man film about to be made in Hollywood, starring Tobey Maguire and telling the story of a nobody/loser who grabs the world's imagination when he puts on a mask. The kids at school are all excited about trying to get parts as extras in the film while Peter can only tell MJ "I live in Hell." Spider-Man goes down to the movie set in NYC to chastise the actor and director for doing this (although he admits "Evil Dead 2" was cool, in a nod to Sam Rammi). Then Doctor Octopus breaks out of jail; it seems he has heard about the movie as well.
Brian Michael Bendis (story), Mark Bagley (pencils), and Art Thibert (inks) have more going on behind the cameras than they do in front in this six-part story.Read more ›
I'm hopeful as I get further in the story lines they became aware of this issue and fix it with regards to the Kindle. This did affect my enjoyment and flow of reading enough to cause frustration.
This story also features a major revelation for one of the supporting characters at the end of the book, as well as some closure on the problem of Doc Ock. This book sets the stage well for more development between Peter and Gwen Stacy, which I look forward to. Well worth the time and money, I found this TPB to be very enjoyable!
The resolution with Gwen Stacy felt off but the moviemaking inside jokes was amusing.
Some good action scenes with Spidey and Octo. Other characters were mostly same old, same old but that's okay if you enjoy the repeat style characters as I do.
Written by Brian Michael Bendis and illustrations by Mark Bagley with inks by Art Thibert and Scott Hanna.
ARTWORK PRESENTATION: B plus; CHARACTERS/DIALOGUE: C plus to B minus; STORY/PLOTTING/EDITING: B minus to B; ACTION SCENES: B to B plus; WHEN READ: end of December 2012; OVERALL GRADE: B.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really gets deep into the personal life of Peter Parker and spiderman makes you put urself in his shoes. Great work and keeps the momentum going.:)Published 15 months ago by Rene Guzman
Great book to read and cool connection to the Sam Ramie spider man movie a book that makes me want to read the next volPublished on May 6, 2014 by Peter Alcaraz
The Issue arrived ok from the outside but with many cut pages from the inside!
My son was very disappointed, specially as it was his birthday present and waited for a... Read more
This was a good comic that was in great condituion for being a paper back comic book. I would buy another comic book lke this one again.Published on May 12, 2013 by Alfonso Barranca III