Spider-Man: Brand New Day, Volume 1

Spider-Man: Brand New Day, Volume 1

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Overview

After the devastatingly heartwarming events of One More Day, Peter Parker puts the past behind him and sets forth on a Brand New Day! Spidey's new status quo gets a swift punch in the gut with new villains, new friends, and some familiar faces that promise to make Peter's life messier than ever before. This is where it's all happening. Same Old Power. Same Old Responsibility. Brand New Day! Collects Amazing Spider-Man (1999) #546-551.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780785171003
Publisher: Marvel Enterprises, Inc.
Publication date: 10/25/2011
Series: Spider-Man: Brand New Day Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,091,079
File size: 121 MB
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About the Author

Dan Slott is a comic book writer best known for The Amazing Spider-Man, Arkham Asylum: Living Hell and She-Hulk. He is the current writer of the twice monthly The Amazing Spider-Man. He lives in New York City.

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Spider-Man Brand New Day, Volume 1 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
Without getting into what lead to the events of Brand New Day, this trade, on its own is really good Spidey stuff. Plain and simple. The writers and artists involed truely hit the nail on the head as to what Spidey should be about. I really enjoyed it. I also really appreciated the extra material that shed a ton of light that went into this new world of Spidey. I look forward to reading the next volume of Brand New Day.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
COLLECTING ASM (if you don't know what that stands for, shame on you) 546-551, and free comic book day ASM. This book is great. The art really jumps off the pages. Plus, the real treat was veiwing the new villians. First, there's a tale about Spidey, and a reckless driver named Overdrive. Overdrive happened to show up on a special day, forcing Peter to forget something, showing he is still irresponsible as before One More Day. Next, Dan Slott and Steve McNiven pair up, and it doesn't benefit Spidey, that's for sure. A robber has been running around the city, messing up Spidey's rep. Plus, Mr. Negative plots to poison a bunch of kids. Can he stop him in time? After that, Spidey is teamed up with a new heroine named Jackpot against a new goblin. Can Jackpot work with him, or will she go by the rules and turn him in? Last, and certainly least, Dan Slott's enter into Spiderman, from the 90's. Mark Bagley's art is terrific, but I don't understand it at all. Let's see if you can. Now, if you didn't read One More Day, there is a possibility you won't understand some of it, but other than that, it is an awesome volume. Dan Slott adds a boost to Spiderman's humor, which he needed after Civil War. I reccomend it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was great to have my collections of Graphic Novels.
MeditationesMartini on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Well, this needed to be done, and the revamped status quo is pleasantly bland and removes some of the bad taste left in my mouth by issue 1 of "Marvel Zombies Returns" (I have GOT to stop looking at those). But it's nothing that exciting, and those villains--"Freak"? "Menace"? "Overdrive", who can "pimp any ride"?--are either satire or deeply embarrassing; I wish I knew which.
burnit99 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
The first collection of Spider-Man stories after Marvel's big re-set, and it actually works, mostly. Peter is a struggling photo-journalist who has recently broken up with actress Mary-Jane Watson, Harry Osborn is a coffee-shop owner who doesn't remember his time as the Green Goblin,Jonah Jameson has a heart attack and loses the Daily Bugle, and there's a new female red-headed super-hero in town who Spidey really suspects is Mary-Jane (but we now know otherwise). Not as intense as the prior Spider-Man storyline was, but refreshing and a promising start.
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Not good uninteresting story hummer that falls flat this is when spider man started becoming subpar with sub plots that made know sense an it did not improve for two years after this story only good thing is steve mcnivens art complete trash