Essential Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 5

Essential Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 5 Review

SC, TPB, NM/M, New, in cello, By Stan Lee, John Romita, Sr., and Gil Kane. Cover by Steve Skroce. Published in March of 2002, Softcover, 528 pages, B&W. Cover price $14.95....

Title:Essential Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 5
Edition Language:English

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    Essential Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 5 Reviews

  • Paul E. Morph

    This volume marks a major milestone in the history of everybody's favourite wall-crawler in that it covers the issues where Stan Lee (Spidey's co-creator, for the benefit of those of you living under ...

  • Bianca Klein Haneveld

    The Essential Amazing Spider-Man volumes keep getting better and better. When I read the first volume I thought the plotting was a bit formulaic. Every episode Spider-Man fought another bad guy and no...

  • Juan Jose

    gets me to infancy!...

  • Peter Derk

    Huge, giant review here because I'm too lazy to post pictures on goodreads:http://www.helpfulsnowman.com/?p=5579 ...

  • Christopher Litsinger

    It's f-ing Spider-Man, do you really need a review?...

  • Adam Graham

    This book collects Issues 90-113 of the Amazing Spider-man and is notable for being the last issues of Stan Lee's incredible run with most of the book by Lee (90-100, 105-110) with the other 1/4 being...

  • Jeremy

    Less enjoyable than the last volume, but I give leeway since this is where writers started to change. Naturally they need time to find their motion. 4/5....

  • Brent

    The classic issues of Spider-Man continues in this volume though, Stan Lee's epic run comes to an end....

  • Josh Vanecko

    Ever since I was a child I loved reading spider-man. It gave me dreams as a child. I decided to re-read all the comics again. Let me tell you, this one is my second favorite. Because it always keeps y...

  • Zack! Empire

    These Essential books get better and better the more of them I read. After reading this one I've read over 100 issues of Spider-Man, all in a row, and that really pays off as the reader. You just real...