Spider-Man

Spider-Man

Masques

Graphic Novel - 2011
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The Hobgoblin is back, out of control and more deranged than ever. Will even the demonic Ghost Rider be enough to help Spider-Man stop him? Then, Spidey takes a trip into the dark, lightless sewers to face Morbius the Living Vampire, which means only one thing...the return of the black costume. And finally, Spider-Man teams with X-Force to face the rampaging Juggernaut.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Marvel, [2011]
Copyright Date: ©2011
ISBN: 9780785159438
0785159436
Branch Call Number: 741.5973 MCFAR
Characteristics: 97 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Nicieza, Fabian
Liefeld, Rob
Alternative Title: Masques

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DC387 Mar 13, 2014

The storyline with the Hobgoblin & Morbius could have been done better. The team up with Spider-Man & X-Force was ok.

grau831 Jul 26, 2013

Todd Mcfarlane can't wright or draw. Jim Lee and Rob Liefeld also can't draw beyond an arrested developed child's level of 7. They have been popular because the audience in the comic book community is filled with people who have no taste whatsoever. Don't waste your time with this book. Its actually very sad to see the great Steve Ditko's creation handled by these pathetic excuses of artists.

tbone492 Aug 28, 2012

this book is very great because peter parker becomes spiderman

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Keogh
Mar 14, 2012

Wretchedly bad. McFarlane was lauded in the late 80s and early 90s, but his art is just messy, completely out of proportion, and painful to look at it. To make things worse, his writing is just as convoluted as his art; he just does not get the characters, and he writes like a frat boy. The whole thing comes across as if he's high on drugs. The final two issues are a crossover that features (a decade before the fact) the destruction of one of the World Trade Towers, which is awkward to say the least. And one of the issues features art by Rob Liefeld, whose pencil work is (just like McFarlane) out of proportion and filled with steroid freaks and facial expressions that look locked in constipation. Avoid this garbage; you'll be better off for it.

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