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by Angel Medina,Ramon Bachs,Lee Weeks,Salvador Larroca,Terrell Bobbett,Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa

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After Peter Parker's identity as the Spider-Man is revealed he must now fight with a number of Spider-Man imposters and find out who is creating them, while at the same time he must contend with Mister Hyde, Venom and Eddie Brock, who has a symbiote livin g inside of him.

Spider-Man: Back in Black does explore it to a large degree, while this .

Spider-Man: Back in Black does explore it to a large degree, while this batch of stories is only Back in Black in name alone. At no time did Peter feel different here, I didn't feel his rage at all; and while some folks will harp all day about the love between Peter and Mary Jane, along with the Venom fight, even they will have to admit it feels added on just to take up book space. Ramon Bachs and Angel Medina deliver some good work on the hulking Hyde, I don't remember him ever looking this intimidating. Terrell Bobbett's cartoonish artwork in Homesick which depicts a battle against the Sandman is decent at best.

Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Matt Fraction, Sean McKeever, Angel Medina (Illustrator), Ramon Bachs (Illustrator), Lee Weeks (Illustrator), Salvador Larroca (Illustrator), Terrell Bobbett (Illustrator). Published by Marvel (2007). ISBN 10: 0785129200 ISBN 13: 9780785129202.

Art by ANGEL MEDINA, RAMON BACHS, LEE WEEKS, SALVADOR LARROCA, and TERRELL BOBBETT. Cover by ANGEL MEDINA. The second massive hardcover collecting the g BACK IN BLACK saga! Reeling in the aftermath of CIVIL WAR, Peter Parker has plenty of reasons to consider a change of wardrobe: Black is his state of mind other Spider-Men begin appearing all over the city

Written by ROBERTO AGUIRRE-SACASA, MATT FRACTION & SEAN MCKEEVER Penciled by ANGEL MEDINA, RAMON BACHS & SALVADOR LARROCA Cover by ANGEL MEDINA FROM THE DARKNESS COMES A SPIDER.

Written by ROBERTO AGUIRRE-SACASA, MATT FRACTION & SEAN MCKEEVER Penciled by ANGEL MEDINA, RAMON BACHS & SALVADOR LARROCA Cover by ANGEL MEDINA FROM THE DARKNESS COMES A SPIDER. Spider-Man has never been more sensational than in "Back in Black," the event that has profoundly rewritten the rules for Peter Parker! The harrowing moments of CIVIL WAR may be in his rearview mirror, but their repercussions are a constant ordeal in Peter's life, as he must face the challenges born from the revelation of his identity

Salvador Larroca (Illustrations). Terrell Bobbett (Illustrations)

Salvador Larroca (Illustrations). Terrell Bobbett (Illustrations). Spider-Man has never been more sensational than in "Back in Black," the event that has profoundly rewritten the rules for Peter Parker! The harrowing moments of Civil War may be in his rearview mirror, but their repercussions are a constant ordeal in Peter's life, as he must face the challenges born from the revelation of his identity. Kudos to writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and all involved in this Fantastic book, especially as I read it simultaneously with the "Spider-Man: Back in Black" volume. Most of these tales I hadn't read in ages.

Scott Adsit Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Rus Wooton Salvador Larroca Sara Pichelli Scot Eaton Scott Hanna SCOTT SNYDER Sean Chen Sean Mckeever Sean Parsons Sebastian Fiumara Simon Spurrier Stefano Gaudiano Stephanie Hans Stephen Thompson Steve Buccellato Steve Mcniven.

Scott Adsit Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Rus Wooton Salvador Larroca Sara Pichelli Scot Eaton Scott Hanna SCOTT SNYDER Sean Chen Sean Mckeever Sean Parsons Sebastian Fiumara Simon Spurrier Stefano Gaudiano Stephanie Hans Stephen Thompson Steve Buccellato Steve Mcniven Steve Skroce Team Bucce Terry Dodson Terry Kavanagh Tim Fish Tim Townsend Todd Nauck Tom Brevoort Tom Fowler Tom Grummett Tom Palmer Tomm Coker Tonci Zonjic.

Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Matt Fraction, Lee Weeks. After an assassin's bullet intended for him kills his beloved Aunt May, Spider-Man will not rest until he finds the killer, while Sandman asks for Spider-Man's help when Sandman's father is falsely accused of murder, which brings back memories of the death of Uncle Ben. show more.

by: Salvador Larroca (author) Matt Fraction (author) Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (author) Angel Medina (author) Lee . text Peter Parker Spider-Man: Back in Black.

by: Salvador Larroca (author) Matt Fraction (author) Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (author) Angel Medina (author) Lee Weeks (author) Sean McKeever (author) Terrell Bobbett (author). Several stories featuring Spiderman in the new black costume, he has to deal with Venom, Aunt May's illness, genetically altered youths and several more issues. Books by Matt Fraction. Books by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.

Authors: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, and 2 more. Artists: Ramon Bachs, and 2 more. Collecting Sensational Spider-Man and Annual Spider-Man Family Marvel Spotlight: Spider-Man, and Spider-Man: Back in Black Handbook. Published by: Marvel Comics.

Under Aguirre-Sacasa "Sensational Spider-Man" has become the book that chronicles the weird and mysterious world of Peter Parker. Aguirre-Sacasa's stories have generally been horror style tales, straight character driven stories, or a combination of both

Under Aguirre-Sacasa "Sensational Spider-Man" has become the book that chronicles the weird and mysterious world of Peter Parker. Aguirre-Sacasa's stories have generally been horror style tales, straight character driven stories, or a combination of both. I'm a huge fan of horror films and horror fiction.

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Gardagar
Despite horrid reviews I've read, I was actually fairly impressed with this volume. The artwork on most of the comics compiled here was phenomenal and the stories themselves were interesting and explored the complexities of what it means to be both Peter Parker/Spiderman and Eddie Brock/Venom. True, there is not a unifying story tied together in the "Back in Black" crossovers, but they are enjoyable one-shots nonetheless. This volume also has the added benefit of a glossary of "Spiderman Characters" complete with histories, descriptions and info on all of them. A perfect way for we older comic book fans to help our children, nieces and nephews wade into the world of Spiderman and answer their persistent questions of "Who's that? What do they do? What happened to Peter's parents? etc, etc, etc...." Also, with the exception of maybe Black Cat's costume in one of the comics, this is a volume you can READ with your children without fear of overexposing them to adult themes. A plus for parents whose children share their appreciation for super hero stories.
Winail
Collecting Sensational Spider-Man 35-40 and Annual 1, Spider-Man Family 1-2, Marvel Spotlight:Spider-Man and Spider-Man:Back in Black Handbook, this is the second book of two Back In Black hardcovers detailing Spider-Man's life after the Civil War events in the Marvel Universe, where his identity as Peter Parker had been publicly revealed.

The storyline in the Sensational arc was good, dealing with a rash of Spidey-wannabees, although the climactic battle resolving that was not very dramatic. The Eddie Brock side story was of more interest to me.

The second half of the book was almost a waste, though - they sell Marvel Encyclopedias which serve as villain rosters and character bios, filling half of a $35 hardcover with that was very disappointing.
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Thank you!
Beardana
The superhero Civil War that was fought due to the Superhero Registration Act ended with Captain America surrendering to the law. The heroes whom supported and fought together with Captain America were forced underground and are now considered criminals. Spider-Man aka Peter Parker is on the run and despite being wanted is still trying his best to use his powers for good. -summary

Back in Black is a Spider-Man story arc that originally ran through the Amazing Spider-Man books in 2007. It eventually crossed over into the other Spider-Man titles. It's the final major falling out to follow the Civil War mega event that lead to enormous changes in the Marvel Universe mainly regarding Spider-Man. The concept behind the main story title is Spider-Man donning the black costume once again signifying his descent into darkness, which was triggered by Aunt May being shot in the chest by sniper fire. The storyline takes place across two books; Spider-Man: Back in Black and Peter Parker, Spider-Man: Back in Black. The former is by far the best of the two as it deals with the most important story elements, while this batch feels quite tacked on. All the negativity by fans behind this portion of the story can be understood since it adds nothing to Back in Black. However, there are things it touches on in entertaining ways that will appeal to the most die hard and very easy to please Spider-Man fans. This TPB has several writers at the helm being Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Matt Fraction, Sean McKeever, and it collects Sensational Spider-Man 35-40, Annual #1, Spider-Man Family #1-2, Spider-Man: Back in Black Handbook and Marvel Spotlight: Spider-Man Back in Black .

The book begins with the three part storyline The Strange Case Of... There's a host of Spider-Man copycats running around the city and Spider-Man is catching them as quick as they appear. The guys have most of his abilities and some appear to be crosses of various Spider-Man incarnations, such as the Man-Spider when Spider-Man at one point was turned into a Spider, along with the Spider-Hulk, when Spider-Man was spliced with the Hulk. The story is interesting at first; the culprit transforming these people is revealed to be Calvin Zabo aka Mister Hyde. Since Spider-Man revealed his identity to the public in Civil War, Zabo attempts to recreate his own Spider-Man using random teenagers, mainly homeless teens, with hopes they would give in to their dark urges. It seems as if there was potential here for something greater but it's never realized. It ends in an average brawl between Spider-Man and Hyde, and quite frankly Hyde never felt like a threat. The story involving the teens really didn't go anywhere either and it was just a vehicle to give Spider-Man something to do.

The Last Temptation of Eddie Brock is the strongest story in the book. Eddie Brock is still in some way possessed by the alien symbiote, and it wants Eddie to go on the rampage again. This story is quite interesting as it deals with Brock coping with his terminal cancer, plus trying to fight off the symbiote's sinister influence. Madame Web makes an appearance here assisting Peter in trying to deal with Aunt May's inevitable passing. The story is more character driven than action packed and this really isn't a bad thing as long as it's done well, in which I'll say it's decent. To Have and To Hold is another character driven tale that further explores Peter and Mary Jane's relationship. Now the story Undone is an earlier encounter between Spider-Man and Venom, and there's actually action here but don't expect to be blown away.

This book is a heavy mixed bag though and for me, it kind of leads towards the negative. Now as a fan of Spider-Man I love when the character himself is explored. Spider-Man is a character with several dimensions and through out his life he has never truly embraced the darkness. Earlier 90's storylines such as Pursuit, Shrieking, and The Clone Saga explored his more aggressive side as we saw Spider-Man almost reach his limit and snap. He felt very angry in those storylines which brought new depth to his character. Back in Black is billed as the pinnacle in all of this. Spider-Man: Back in Black does explore it to a large degree, while this batch of stories is only Back in Black in name alone. At no time did Peter feel different here, I didn't feel his rage at all; and while some folks will harp all day about the love between Peter and Mary Jane, along with the Venom fight, even they will have to admit it feels added on just to take up book space. To further this argument, the last hefty portion of the book is made up of an alien symbiote retro story, some interview, and a Spider-Man "Who's Who" villain line up with power ratings and all. Isn't there a Marvel encyclopedia for that Who's Who? The book does reek of a cash in.

Since this is a crossover through several Spider-Man titles you can expect different artist. Although the artwork isn't the greatest ever, The Book of Peter illustrated by Clayton Crain has the strongest visuals, and it mainly works with the type of story. It uses a fine yet hazy, oil paint style delivering a dream effect of what could be the after life. The artwork brings out the best in this story as Peter is having a conversation with an almost demonic looking man. He's very ugly, eerie, scary, with a feel of death all over him as if it's strongly hinting on who this person could be. This story is the visual highlight of this book. Ramon Bachs and Angel Medina deliver some good work on the hulking Hyde, I don't remember him ever looking this intimidating. Terrell Bobbett's cartoonish artwork in Homesick which depicts a battle against the Sandman is decent at best. It feels right for a light hearted comic, but out of place with this particular book. Well it cold be worse, Humberto Ramos could have drawn this. The action during the Venom battle is the best here despite the short length. As usual, he's depicted to be far more powerful than Spider-Man, the Sandman battle has fun moments and if anything it shows how powerful the symbiote can be.

When I think about Peter Parker, Spider-Man: Back in Black, the only thing I can imagine it truly being good for is coming up with the idea that appears to have influenced the 2011 Spider-Man event Spider-Island; you can definitely see the traces here with the Mister Hyde story. Other than that though, this story really doesn't take advantage of the Back in Black concept. They felt like any other Spider-Man story previously read. Although there is some type of good to be found here, I only recommend this to serious Spider-Man fans. Those whom only want to follow the Civil War aftermath events are much better off reading Spider-Man: Back in Black. This book should only be checked out if you're very curious.

Pros:Some decent moments here, use of artwork in Book of Peter

Cons:Really not essential, adds nothing to overall storyline
GAMER
it's a great volume that has a lot of volume to but is a little less exciting than i expected.
The second massive hardcover collecting the status-quo-shattering "Back in Black" saga! Reeling in the aftermath of Civil War, Peter Parker has plenty of reasons to consider a change of wardrobe: Black is his state of mind. But the worst is yet to come for Spider-Man! In Sensational Spider-Man, as Spider-Man and his family get used to the new status quo...other Spider-Men begin appearing all over the city. Younger, less-experienced versions of our web-spinning hero, causing havoc wherever they go.Who's creating these arachnid dopplegangers and why? And will Peter Parker be able to stop them, and whoever's behind them, before more lives are lost? And in Spider-Man Family, Peter Parker and his supporting cast get all-new, untold tales featuring the original alien symbiote black costume. Collecting Sensational Spider-Man #35-40 and Annual #1, Spider-Man Family #1-2, Spider-Man: Back in Black Handbook and Marvel Spotlight: Spider-Man Back in Black .