The Spidey's 150th Anniversay Special wiki last edited by X35 on 05/24/13 02:31PM View full history

Not only is this officially the Ultimate Spider-Man 150th issue anniversary, but it is also the 10 year anniversary of the birth of the Ultimate Marvel universe!! Can you believe it?? We can't either! To celebrate, Eisner award-winning series writer Brian Michael Bendis has created this triple size extravaganza and gathered together a stellar lineup of amazing artists!! A reunion of the greatest artists of not only this historic book but of the the entire line of Ultimate Comics. Poor Peter Parker has made such a mess of his life as Spider-Man that the other super heroes are forced to gather together and decide once and for all what to do with the young wall crawler. Guest starring the New Ultimates, the Storm Siblings, Ben Grimm, Iceman, Kitty Pryde and a slew of surprise stars! Also includes reprinting of Ultimate Spider-Man Super Special #1 featuring an all-star artist line-up!

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Congrats Ultimate Spider-man for making it to 10 years! 0

To summarize this issue is pretty much asking what Ultimate Spider man being doing in the last 10 years and recently: Is he really a hero, or a menace? Pros: Instead of the usual kind of story we see in Ultimate comics Spiderman, this story is told by The Ultimates trio of Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor's point of view on how Spider man played a role in New York. All three make great points about the web slinger. The ending is a bit predicable, but acceptable. There's even a small back ...

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Review: Ultimate Spider-Man #150 0

After the Chameleon fiasco, the Ultimates take a meeting to discuss whether they should allow Spider-Man to continue his superheroic career or if they should intervene in his affairs.  The Good The strength of Bendis' Ultimate Spider-Man run is that even an issue entirely about the Ultimates taking a meeting can be really riveting. Spidey's adventures have long been described as a metaphor for coming-of-age, but I haven't run in to any other comics that have so keenly captured him as a bright,...

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