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by Ramon Rosanas,Jeff Parker

  • Author: Ramon Rosanas,Jeff Parker
  • ISBN: 0785128174
  • ISBN13: 978-0785128175
  • ePub: 1559 kb | FB2: 1749 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Graphic Novels
  • Publisher: Marvel; 1st edition (December 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 120
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 188
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Marvel 1602: Spider-Man ePub download

Collects SPIDER-MAN: 1602 (2009 series). Written by JEFF PARKER.

Collects SPIDER-MAN: 1602 (2009 series). Art by RAMON ROSANAS. A return to the acclaimed universe created by Neil Gaiman and Andy Kubert picks up as THE SPIDER has reached manhood in the New World! The young nation has grown peacefully, but Norman Osbourne's treachery finds a way to spoil the peace and put Peter's life on a new course - back to Europe. Jeff Parker joins artist Ramon Rosanas in the final story of the 1602 saga!" (Seller Item 39,941).

Featured Characters: The Spider (Peter Parquagh). Supporting Characters: Virginia Dare (Death). Governor Ananias Dare. Henri Le Pym (First appearance). Janette Pym (First appearance). Antagonists: Norman Osborne

Featured Characters: The Spider (Peter Parquagh). Antagonists: Norman Osborne. Baron Octavius (First appearance). Other Characters: Nicholas Fury (Only in flashback). Rojhaz (Only in flashback). Carlos Javier (Only in flashback). Thor (Only in flashback). Richard Reed (Only in flashback). Clea (Only in flashback).

The third sequel Spider-Man: 1602, was written by Jeff Parker and pencilled by Ramon Rosanas. The Marvel 1602 universe appears in a lead-up to Spider-Verse. The story centers on the continuing adventures of the Spider and features reinterpretations of Doctor Octopus, the Lizard, and Mary Jane Watson. Also appearing are the Beast, Janet and Henry Pym, the Kingpin (reimaged as a pirate named King's Pin), Bullseye (reimaged as an assassin and first mate of the King's Pin), and Steve Rogers.

Marvel 1602: Spider-Man. Genres: Action, Adventure, Superhero. A return to the acclaimed universe created by Neil Gaiman and Andy Kubert picks up as THE SPIDER has reached manhood in the New World!

Marvel 1602: Spider-Man. Artist: Ramon Rosanas. Publication date: December 2009 - April 2010.

Writer Jeff Parker and illustrator Ramon Rosanas keep the personality and essence of the original Peter Parker, straying a tad to explain the fantastical adventures of Spider-Man somewhat related to 1602.

Illustrator Ramon Rosanas. Illustrator Jim Charalampidis. Published 2010 by Marvel. Cover Art Ramon Rosanas. Cover Art Michael Golden. Marvel 1602 - Spiderman.

Spider-Man 1602 5 issues. Volume Published by Marvel. Jeff Parker joins artist Ramon Rosanas to begin the final story of the 1602 saga!

Spider-Man 1602 5 issues. Jeff Parker joins artist Ramon Rosanas to begin the final story of the 1602 saga! Collected in Marvel 1602: Spider-Man.

Artis: Ramon Rosanas. Marvel 1602: Spider-Man. The Astonishing Ant-Man. The Mighty Captain Marvel. Hunt for Wolverine: Dead Ends. X-Men: The Exterminated

Artis: Ramon Rosanas. X-Men: The Exterminated. Night of the Living Deadpool. Marvel's Iron Man 2 Adaptation.

Jeff Parker joins artist Ramon Rosanas in the final story of the 1602 saga! Collecting SPIDER-MAN 1602

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Jeff Parker (Agents of Atlas) joins artist Ramon Rosanas in the final story of the 1602 saga!COLLECTING Spider-ManĀ .

Jeff Parker (Agents of Atlas) joins artist Ramon Rosanas in the final story of the 1602 saga!COLLECTING Spider-Man 1602 show more. Format Paperback 120 pages. Dimensions 146 x 225 x 1. 6mm 262g. Publication date 01 Dec 2010. Publisher Marvel Comics. Publication City/Country New York, United States. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

A return to the acclaimed universe created by Neil Gaiman and Andy Kubert picks up as THE SPIDER has reached manhood in the New World! The young nation has grown peacefully, but Norman Osbourne's treachery fi nds a way to spoil the peace and put Peter's life on a new course-back to Europe. Jeff Parker (Agents of Atlas) joins artist Ramon Rosanas in the final story of the 1602 saga! COLLECTING Spider-Man 1602 #1-5
RED
Well written. A good attempt at the period and a very interesting re-imagining of several Marvel heroes and villains, their motivations and foils.
Mettiarrb
A spiderman for a different age. Peter Parker, Norman Osborne, Otto Octavia, Mary Jane... and more. You've never seen them like this before. Such fun. Almost a crime it had to end. Read it and be thrilled. A worthy sequel to 1602.
Gravelblade
Amazing companion and continuation of the 1602 story. Almost makes me wish it was canon.
MARK BEN FORD
This is another 1600 novel. It was an enjoyable read, the ideas behind Octavius and Osbourne are excellent retakes of the lore.
Modimeena
I don't know if this is the conclusion of the Marvel 1602 series (I sincerely hope not), but if so, it is an extremely satisfying one. Great story, great villains, and a really innovative approach to familiar characters.
Riavay
Awesome!
Androlhala
And so we come to the end (at least for now) of the Marvel 1602 saga. And this time, I feel the product we are given at least comes close to matching Neil Gaiman's excellent foundation for this world.

Despite the title of the book, it is actually several years after the events in 1602--I have the impression the year was 1608, but I can't put my finger on why. This miniseries picks up the story threads laid down at the end of 1602: New World, with Peter Parquah still in the colony at Roanoke, now a young man and very much in love with the daughter of the governor, Virginia Dare. Norman Osborn has been on his best behavior since the events of 1602:NW and has managed to insinuate himself into the position of Harbor Master, but Peter and Virginia don't believe he has reformed. When their suspicions are proved correct with tragic consequences, Peter is sent to escort Norman as a prisoner to England where he will answer for his crimes. Meanwhile, back in the Old World, Baron Octavius has imprisoned both Henri Le Pym and Henry McCoy, forcing them to work in his laboratory. They were able to save him from the plague, but the side effects of the treatment were...unexpected. Now he wants them to find a way to restore his humanity. Throw in the pirate King's Pin and his sidekick Bull's Eye, the result of Curtis Connors' own experiments, the travelling Watsonnes' entertainment troupe and you have this delightful close to the Marvel 1602 saga.

There are still a few loose ends hanging in the wind--mostly ones left by the previous Fantastick Four miniseries, which doesn't get touched by this entry in the series--but on the whole this offered a good close. Nothing says they CAN'T follow this up, but I get the impression the series is not making them money or garnering critical acclaim anymore, so I kinda doubt it will happen.
Spider-Man, Spider-Man does whatever a- Or is that Ye old Spider-Man, Ye old Spider-Man? I'm not funny. I know this. But I try. My poor attempts at humor aside I have read the original Marvel 1602 so I was fully aware of what kind of world I was in for. Pair that with the fact I thoroughly enjoy Spider-Man this was easily a smart purchase in the enjoyment area.

The story itself follows Peter (otherwise known as the Spider) starts his life in the new world. But very soon as if with these things life goes off track. Familiar villains and friends alike are once again introduced in different ways. Some with different forms. And as is with the original Marvel 1602 there are many references to more modern era storylines. I spied a particularly funny one to me to do with the Venom saga.

This collection is a good read and I would say worth your time and your money.

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