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Zeb Wells is an American comic book writer known for his work at Marvel Comics, as well as his work on Robot Chicken.

Joe Madureira became the regular penciller on Uncanny X-Men in 1994 and soon rose to become one of the most popular artists in the industry. Joe then went on to work for the video game industry. Starting with the start-up company Tri-Lunar, he created concept art on a game called Dragonkind, and then went on to work for NC Soft

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Some of the greatest Spider-Man stories I've ever read. 13. Juni 2012
Von Jason Moran - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
This book contains the first five issues of the series, which holds three individual Spider-Man team-up stories written by Zeb Wells. Each story is a perfect example of what a good Spider-Man story is. The stories cover many elements ranging from action packed, to adventure filled, to sad and reminiscent, and finally to funny and witty, but the catalyst for these instant classic Spidey is the heroes he teams up with. Spider-man's interaction with his fellow Avengers is truly what makes this book great. The first (Issues #1-3)is the Red Hulk team up story, with Joe Madureira on the art, which is where the book truly excels. The story is a classic example of heroic spidey, saving the day with his wit, even when strength fails. The second story (issue #4) has Greg Land doing pencils, and while it is a shame that Joe Mad isn't working on this issue (Although he is set to return later in the series), the art is decent enough. This story is one of my favorite Spider-Man stories ever, because it features my favorite Avenger: Hawkeye, and in this issue it's Hawkeye who steals the stage. This story gives an awesome insight in to the humanity of "a dude with a bow" in the world of larger than life super heroes. The issue is a little dull in the action department, but gives the reader an awesome look at what makes these heroes tick. The third, and final story (issue #5) has Leinil Francis Yu on pencils, which is STILL not Joe Mad, but I consider it to be a step up from issue #4, though none of the art in this book is by any means bad. The guest star in this issue is by far the most famous yet: Captain America. This story is, in a way, a continuation of the second story, and shares the same villains. And similar to the second story this issue focuses more on the characters of Spider-Man and Captain America, and explores their life (and thoughts on that life) before becoming super heroes, there's definitely a bit of compare and contrast there. The final story is dedicated to the memory of comic book legend Joe Simon, creator of Captain America and explores the relationship between the Captain and Webhead perfectly.

While this series may not be every fan's cup of tea, and those who prefer extreme action, shock value, and epic battles may walk away disappointed, fans with a more emotional attachment to these characters (specifically Spider-Man) will absolutely walk away satisfied with these stories. The reason Spider-Man is so popular is because his fans can relate to him. This book is far more in tune with that principle than The Amazing and Ultimate Spider-Man series at the moment. The only real complaint I have is that Joe Mad isn't doing ALL the art, because this guy is AWESOME, but the art for the second two stories aren't bad at all, and there's even some variant covers in the back of the book to be ogled.
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Not worth the money. 20. November 2013
Von konstantine - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
It was O.K. I didn't mind the art in all the issues, but the writing was weak. I feel like if this was a starting off point for new Spider-Man readers, they would not come back. Zebb Wells writes Spidey like he was 15yrs. old. I've been reading Spider-Man off and on for about 30yrs and it seems many (newer) writers choose this kind of take on the wall crawler.

I know I'm biased but I prefer my Spidey a loner and in his mid to late 20's. Oh well. just my opinion.
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LOVE IT 23. Juni 2013
Von fmwaalex - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com

Spider-Man has always been my favorite titles in the Marvel world since I first started reading comics. So any time a new title comes out I have to have it and that includes this book. "Avenging Spider-Man" was a title started that would team Spidey up with a new hero/hero's each issue similar to the "Marvel Team Ups" books. I was excited about this one more so than any book coming out at the time. Team ups are always entertaining and I knew this would be no exception.

This first volume is called "Avenging Spider-Man: My Friends Can Beat Up Your Friends" which is an excellent title and collects issues 1-5. All issues were written by Zeb Wells and I think he did a great job here as I enjoyed all of the stories and also felt that they were all different enough. Of course if you have read other reviews you know that the first three issues were drawn by Joe Madureira. The next two were by Greg Land and Leinil Francis Yu respectively but these two are not getting as much credit here. First I have to say that yes I agree with the majority that Joe's work is excellent, sharp, and feels fun. With that said I don't get the hate for the other two here. Zeb's to me feels like and brings me back to the 90's for some reason here and I absolutely love that, especially with the way Spidey looks. Yu's in my opinion is up there with Joe's as far as the overall look except it looks a little more real.

The first story features Spidey teaming with the Red Hulk on a mission to rescue J.J. from a Moloid army. It seems that something much more dangerous than maybe even The Mole Man lurks beneath the city. That means Spidey and all his famous wit must team with Red Hulk to bring whatever it is down. This first part of the book is probably the most fun as it is the more action packed of the three stories. The next though may be one of the more fun to read. This next one [issue 4] features Hawkeye and has the two going at it [kinda] to outdo one another. It is mostly Hawkeye here trying to prove himself because he is not a "super" hero, he is just a man with a bow. Because of this it feels more like his story but it is a good one. Finally we get the story with the Avengers which is all about Spidey's relationship or lack thereof with Captain America. Much like the last it is a more personal story except this time it feels more like Spidey's story.

In my opinion this is a great set and worth the price for anyone interested in it. All of the stories are good and feel different from one another. The art varies like others have pointed out but I enjoyed them all. Plus I liked all the stories here and found them to be very fun. We get action in all and some personal stuff as well. I say pick it up.
A supposedly fun comic I'll never read again 17. August 2013
Von Sam Quixote - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
It's got a fun title - My Friends Can Beat Up Your Friends - but Avenging Spider-man is a strangely maudlin book. This is Spider-man's team-up series where he gets paired with another character and has an adventure with them. In this book it's Red Hulk, Hawkeye, and Captain America respectively.

The Spider-man/Red Hulk storyline takes up the first three issues and is unfortunately the worst of the bunch. Mayor Jameson gets captured by some moloids and is dragged beneath New York City where it turns out Moleman has been usurped by a whole new group of tough guy monsters who have enslaved the moloids. Middle middle middle, Spider-man saves the day in a jokey way. I won't go into plot particulars but this really didn't need to be three issues given the sparse content. Plus Red Hulk is kind of a dick so the less I see of him, the better.

The Hawkeye story is strangely sad. Hawkeye's deeply insecure being a non-super-powered human on a team of gods, monsters, and assorted super-powered heroes so spends all of his time practicing on being the best shot in the world. Spidey does something nice for him at the end despite Hawkeye being kind of a dick himself, overcompensating on confidence because he's not confident. It's an ok story I guess...

The best story in the book is Spidey/Captain America. Spidey finds out that Cap, before he became Cap and was still weedy Steve Rogers, wanted to be a comics illustrator. Spidey tries to get Cap back into it so the two can come up with characters and start making comics together for a lark. This was the best story because it does a lot of things in a short space. It showed a side of Cap that gave him some more personality, it affirmed Spidey's approach to life, and also pays tribute to the late Joe Simon, one of Cap's greatest artists, whom the issue is dedicated to. The spark between creators when making a comic is caught in the panels too, a really touching sentiment in an issue dedicated to a great comics artist.

So, one good issue out of five then - not a good hit ratio. Zeb Wells has done better - see Carnage USA for a more fun read. What a weird downer of a read - for Spider-man no less!
Spidey's Back and Brought Friends 18. Oktober 2012
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
I enjoy many comic books but I'd hardly say I'm much of a collector I picked this one up because I enjoy team up comics, which is exactly what this series is. While the art sometimes left something to be desired the writing is fantastic making all of it fun to read.

I'd recommend this to anyone who wants something more on the light and funny side to read. While, like many of Marvel's series, it does get into some personal level with the characters it does not do so in a deep heavily emotional way. I'd say this is a 'fun' read you see Spiderman crack jokes, deal with the baddies alongside either a straight man who doesn't get in on the jokes or an even bigger comedian who tosses it right back at Spiderman.
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