Amazing Spider-Man: Worldwide Vol. 6

Amazing Spider Man Worldwide Vol PARKER VS OSBORN In the end of Superior Spider Man Peter Parker cured Norman Osborn of the Goblin serum and insanity But Peter didn t realize that a sane Norman Osborn is dangerous than ever Can Spi

  • Title: Amazing Spider-Man: Worldwide Vol. 6
  • Author: Dan Slott Stuart Immonen
  • ISBN: 9781302902933
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Paperback
  • PARKER VS OSBORN In the end of Superior Spider Man , Peter Parker cured Norman Osborn of the Goblin serum and insanity But Peter didn t realize that a sane Norman Osborn is dangerous than ever Can Spider Man wield the full power of Parker Industries to take on Osborn s military might The end of Parker Industries begins here COLLECTING AMAZING SPIDER MAN 25PARKER VS OSBORN In the end of Superior Spider Man, Peter Parker cured Norman Osborn of the Goblin serum and insanity But Peter didn t realize that a sane Norman Osborn is dangerous than ever Can Spider Man wield the full power of Parker Industries to take on Osborn s military might The end of Parker Industries begins here COLLECTING AMAZING SPIDER MAN 25 28

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    1. Norman Osborn has become the world's largest arms dealer and Spidey is driven to take him down once and for all. Peter was bordering on obsession in this story which felt a little out of character. Slott is obviously foreshadowing the fall of Parker Industries which is a real shame. We've seen 50+ years of the sad sack, Charlie Brown incarnation of Peter Parker. I'm really enjoying a Peter who uses his intelligence and isn't always struggling to make ends meet. The color palette in the book was [...]

    2. Three stars, mainly for the great artwork. I'm still not enjoying Dan Slott's take on Spidey, though. Sorry, Mr. Slott. If it makes you feel any better, I've loved everything else you've ever written; we just obviously have very different visions of what Spidey should be.

    3. I do love a good old fashioned Spidey vs Osborn story. Though it's not really old fashioned, because of where Peter is right now with Parker Industries and his "Amazing Friends", but it's an enjoyable arc with great art from a favourite of mine Stuart ImmonenAlso an interesting choice to follow up a big story like Clone Conspiracy with an Osborn/Goblin arc, though it does end in a way that the big showdown is still yet to come

    4. چه فاجعه ای بود این کامیک من واقعا نمیدونم چرا هنوز دارم این سری رو دنبال میکنم خط داستانی و اتفاقات داخلش حوصله یک بچه ۶ ساله رو هم سر میبره

    5. Keeping in mind I didn't read the Clone Conspiracy storyline, I was a little confused by where Norman Osborn starts off this volume. He has gone through some changes which I don't recall from the previous story. (Same for Doctor Octavious.) Anyway, Peter sets off on a full force attack of Norman, hunting him down across the world, whatever it takes to capture him, including using the full resources of his company. This quite clearly puts another nail in the coffin for the end of Parker Industrie [...]

    6. Entertaining but not a heavy hitting (small) arc.After the clone conspiracy conclusion Peter wants a "win". Who better than old Nemesis Norman Osborn to evacuate his frustration? Seeing Gwen again opened up old wounds to be sealed with blood.So Peter throws all of his company's ressources into finding Norman and even goes to attack a foreign country on his own. One step that'll help to the demise of Parker Industry, the next step in Dan Slott's overall storyline.And that's what this volume seems [...]

    7. During the Clone Conspiracy, Spider-Man was given a tip-off about where he might find Norman Osborn, formerly the Green Goblin but now cured. He's still evil, just in a sane way. So in this volume, Spider-Man and his amazing friends, SHIELD and Mockingbird, go after Osborn. I really liked this story. It manages to combine a classic Spider-Man story (what's more Spidey than Parker vs. Osborn?) with the modern Parker Industries world. It does so really well and does a good job at using some periph [...]

    8. Aside from Norman Osborne being too Joker-y, I thought it was a good volume. I mean, how long can they keep up with rich Peter, I don't know. I don't exactly hate it, and when combined with Miles Morales' Spider-Man series, I'm perfectly content. But I can't help but feel like Parker Industries is constantly on the brink of falling apart. Where can Peter go from here though? I can't imagine him as a poor schmuck anymore.

    9. Dan Slott and Stuart Immonen team up for the sixth volume of the Worldwide saga for Spider-Man. Still reeling from the clone fallout, Spider-Man wants a win in the worst way. Allying with Mockingbird, he opts to do so by going after Norman Osborn's illegal weapons deals across the globe. A trek to Hong Kong with Mockingbird not only draws Osborn out of hiding, but also reveals Silver Sable to be alive and well. Revealing that her home nation of Symkaria is now under Norman's control, Silver gets [...]

    10. 3.5 Stars.Coming out of the Clone Conspiracy storyline, Peter still has some loose ends to tie up. Number One on the list: the return of Norman Osborn! Spidey and Mockingbird find out where he will be and set out to take him down, only to notice a sniper about to do the job. Stopping the sniper, who turns out to be Silver Sable, Osborn escapes to Symkaria. Peter, enacting another of his poor decisions as of late, loads up an aircraft carrier full of Spidey tanks and such and heads off to Symkari [...]

    11. Slott does a fantastic job here, telling a wonderful Norman Osborn story. The art is detailed, but appropriately dark and dingy. Fits the mood beautifully. Some of the secondary characters felt a bit underused here, honestly, and the whole volume is wham, wham, wham, in scene, frenetically paced but only moving a tad faster than blow-for-blow so the time covered is miniscule compared to other volumes. Reads like one big climax. The last issue--apparently a collection of short 1-2 page comics by [...]

    12. I’m not one of those people who is against comic characters changing. It’s fun to shake up the status quo from time to time! But I’m kind of over the Tony Stark-Light businessman Spidey at this point. Spidey jetting around and toppling regimes just doesn’t feel right. There’s just something off about both his and Osborne’s portrayal here which is surprising, because I feel like Slott has been pretty on the ball with characterization during his long tenure. Still, the story was more c [...]

    13. Dan Slott reintroduces super-Spider-foe Norman Osborne, and the result is surprisingly non-inspiring. The main problem seems to be that Slott is trying to reinvent Osborne. First, we get some guy trying to demo weapon systems, and then we get a poor man's nu52 Joker. Neither particularly feels like Osborne. Beyond that, the book is mostly fighting, as Slott's Spider-Man is at its worst. Meanwhile, there's a fall of Parker Enterprises subplot which is about as heavy handed as you could get.The w [...]

    14. Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2015) issues #25-28Following up on a tip as to the whereabouts of Norman Osborn, Spider-Man leads a team to take him down once and for all. Along the way, some other parts of his life start to unravel. In order to help his cause as Spider-Man, he has made some controversial choices as Peter Parker.I don't think the showdown between Spider-Man and Norman Osborn was as epic as it could have been.Final rating = 3.5 starsSPOILERS:Silver Sable returns, and Peter's relatio [...]

    15. Worldwide gets better and better with every volume, plots established 20 issues constantly come to play, this arc is just one expansive web that strengthens with every new thread :)Seeing Spidy face Osborn was a lot of fun and like most of the characters in this world Slott clearly understands what makes the villain great. Seeing Silver Sable show up was pretty cool and I'm really likings Mokingbirds role in this series :) Peter himself is a s good as ever and the setting up of the next volume w [...]

    16. Wow! Now this is how Spider-Man is done. Dealing with the ramifications of "The Clone Conspiracy", we find Peter Parker receive some very interesting intel from an unlikely source, which leads him on a collision course with Norman Osborn.Between the beautiful art, the high-stakes battle scenes, and the amazing character developments, this volume definitely stands as one of the best in Dan Slott's entire run.

    17. No idea has time to breathe in a Dan Slott Spider-Man book. Didn't feel the excitement that you should feel when these two meet. Mr. Slott has great ideas but his stories don't flow anymore and are not funny. Peter Parker is the worst boss ever.Maybe someday ASM will be back to it's former glory.

    18. Pretty formulaic, and Green Goblin is boarding on Joker territory where he is almost omniscient in his plans for Spidey (this is not a good thing in my book but it is lazy creators who can't write an original story). I mean he even has face issues like the Joker. Needless to say this was not the best four issues I have read of this series.

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