Marvel Comics Library. Spider-Man. Vol. 2. 1965–1966200Edizione: IngleseDisponibilità: Disponibile
Spider-Man si scontra con Doc Ock, Kraven e Green Goblin, mentre Peter Parker affronta i pericoli di una storia d’amore adolescenziale nella seconda metà dell’opera magna di Lee e Ditko, Amazing Spider-Man. Questo volume della serie vincitrice degli Eisner Award contiene fumetti di altissima qualità con edizioni così dettagliate che renderebbero la zia May davvero orgogliosa.
Marvel Comics Library. Spider-Man. Vol. 2. 1965-1966200
Web-Spinning, Super Villains, and Heartache Galore
Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's Momentous Final Spider-Man Run
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Steve Ditko was born in 1927 in Pennsylvania. He studied under Jerry Robinson at the Cartoonists and Illustrators School in New York and began working at Atlas Comics, the precursor to Marvel Comics, in the mid-1950s. He made his name as the artist and cocreator, with Stan Lee, of Spider-Man and as creator of Doctor Strange, securing his legacy as a consummate storyteller and a key figure of the Marvel Age.
Stan Lee (1922–2018) is known to millions as the man whose super heroes propelled Marvel to preeminence in the comic book industry. His co-creations include Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk, X-Men, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, and hundreds of others. While the Chairman Emeritus of Marvel, he was also the Chief Creative Officer of POW! Entertainment, where he created numerous new characters and stories in areas including publishing, film, TV, and documentary.
Over the last four decades, Jonathan Ross has risen to fame as one of Britain’s most popular television and radio hosts. He fronted the BBC One review series Film… for 12 years, and the talk show Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, after which he moved to Saturday nights with The Jonathan Ross Show on ITV. His documentary film In Search of Steve Ditko proved his comic connoisseur credentials with an insightful and passionate survey of the Spider-Man cocreator.
Marvel Comics Library. Spider-Man. Vol. 2. 1965–1966Copertina rigida, 626 pagine
ISBN 978-3-8365-9652-7Edizione: Inglese
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