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Peter gets a job at the Daily Bugle; learns Uncle Ben's murderer had ties to the Kingpin; Peter fights his henchmen and manages to steal incriminating discs; reveals his identity to Mary Jane and becomes her boyfriend.

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Spider-Man’s really getting used to being a hero! 0

Introduction: After reading the first volume of “Ultimate Spider-Man,” I was thrilled to get my hands on the second volume of this series! “Ultimate Spider-Man: Learning Curve” is the second volume of Brian Michael Bendis’ “Ultimate Spider-Man” series and this time, Peter Parker is going to take on a villain bigger than the last time…KINGPIN!What is this story about?In this volume, Peter Parker is still going around town, saving innocent people from various criminals that pop up in the city. ...

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Spider-man takes on the Kingpin 0

Contains issues 8-13. In this volume, Michael Bendis takes things even further by adding The Daily Bugle. The Daily Bugle has always played a major role in Spider-man (after all, it was one of the ways Peter made money), and the Ultimate versions of characters such as Jonah Jameson, Betty Brant, Robbie Robertson, and Ben Urich are a nice addition since their personalities are the same as the mainstream. Having Peter work there not as a photographer, but as the Daily Bugle webpage designer, was a...

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