Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine

Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine

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Spider-Man and Wolverine! Everyone's favorite wisecracking web-spinner and ferocious furball come together in their first major series ever! The superstar creative team of Jason Aaron (Wolverine: Weapon X, Punishermax) and Adam Kubert (Ultimate Fantastic Four,Ultimate X-Men) send Spidey and Wolvie to the edges of the Marvel Universe as they face such awful beings as the Czar, Big Murder and Doom the Living Planet! Collecting Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine #1-6 and material from the Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine #1 Directors Cut.
Publisher: New York : Marvel Worldwide, Inc., 2012
ISBN: 9780785148906
0785148906
Branch Call Number: GRAPHIC NOVEL
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 27 cm

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Scythers Jan 05, 2018

Peter Parker is still rather much himself and Wolverine is one of the grumpier himselves (his character fluctuates SO much between authors). This is a non-cannon timeline where a time-paradox is created thereby setting them sort of in a separate branch of time... or a separate part of the multiverse altogether? I'm not certain. This one Graphic novel can be read alone and make sense from start to finish. Both heroes are irritable and a lot of time has lapses through the book. Makes sense in a time travel book I suppose. I disliked how little concern they showed about the people in their own timeline. Sure they wanted to get back to their own timeline, but never once do you hear about Mary Jane, for example. Due to fairly marvel consistent graphic violence, I would recommend 15+ readership.

rodman856 Oct 30, 2014

Nice Artwork, However the storyline is terrible.

rebekahgordon1 Aug 05, 2014

far from Aaron's best work, but still really enjoyable. love the spidey/wolverine relationship, because they are basically opposites and cannot stand each other, which makes for some fun scenes.

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Keogh
Apr 04, 2012

Rather mediocre. It gets points for Kubert's art, which is generally always good. Aaron is certainly capable of good work, so I don't think he's really to blame for why the story didn't work for me. I think it's two things: first, I hate Wolverine. Second, the story comes across more as an edict from Marvel marketing chimps and editorial gorillas, who have been pushing for years the idiotic idea that Wolverine and Spider-Man ought to be buddies.

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Scythers Jan 05, 2018

Scythers thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over

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