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Kavanagh, Terry: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN EPIC COLLECTION: THE CLONE SAGA

Spider-Man's clone is back! Spidey thought his clone was long dead, but where has the man now called Ben Reilly been for the last five years? Why has he returned? And is he Peter Parker's dark side - or his better half? As the mysterious Judas Traveller and his companions study the two spiders, Ben enjoys a new lease on life - suiting up as the Scarlet Spider and swinging into action against Venom! But an unstable Peter is pushed to the brink in a confrontation with the Puma. Can Daredevil help bring him back from the edge? No other Spider-storyline was as innovative or infamous as the 1990s' Clone Saga, and this is where it all begins! Collecting WEB OF SPIDER-MAN (1985) #117-119, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #394-396, SPIDER-MAN (1990) #51-53, SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN (1976) #217-219, SPIDER-MAN UNLIMITED (1993) #7 and clone subplot pages.
SLV GRY
Autor Kavanagh, Terry
Einband Kartonierter Einband (Kt)
Erscheinungsjahr 2024
Seitenangabe 456 S.
Meldetext Lieferbar in ca. 20-45 Arbeitstagen
Ausgabekennzeichen Englisch
Masse H26.0 cm x B16.8 cm x D2.0 cm 764 g
Coverlag Marvel Universe (Imprint/Brand)
Verlag Random House N.Y.
Spider-Man's clone is back! Spidey thought his clone was long dead, but where has the man now called Ben Reilly been for the last five years? Why has he returned? And is he Peter Parker's dark side - or his better half? As the mysterious Judas Traveller and his companions study the two spiders, Ben enjoys a new lease on life - suiting up as the Scarlet Spider and swinging into action against Venom! But an unstable Peter is pushed to the brink in a confrontation with the Puma. Can Daredevil help bring him back from the edge? No other Spider-storyline was as innovative or infamous as the 1990s' Clone Saga, and this is where it all begins! Collecting WEB OF SPIDER-MAN (1985) #117-119, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN (1963) #394-396, SPIDER-MAN (1990) #51-53, SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN (1976) #217-219, SPIDER-MAN UNLIMITED (1993) #7 and clone subplot pages.
SLV GRY
Fr. 53.50
Verfügbarkeit: Am Lager
ISBN: 978-1-302-95366-9
Verfügbarkeit: Lieferbar in ca. 20-45 Arbeitstagen

Über den Autor Kavanagh, Terry

After early assignments on Kickers Inc. and Cloak and Dagger, Terry Kavanagh wrote Web of Spider-Man for years — spinning a hero he introduced in those pages, Nightwatch, into his own title. In addition to runs on Marc Spector: Moon Knight, X-Man and various mutant titles, he wrote Avengers, Iron Man and several tie-in one-shots during the controversial “Crossing” storyline. His miniseries work includes Before the Fantastic Four: The Storms, Fury/Agent 13, Black Cat and Rise of Apocalypse. He teamed Marvel heroes with UItraverse heroes in Exiles vs. X-Men and Ultraforce/Avengers Prelude.

A native New Yorker, writer J.M. DeMatteis has been one of comics’ most respected writers for nearly three decades. Ranging from the introspective psychological drama of Moonshadow to the offbeat comedy of Justice League to the autobiographical Brooklyn Dreams, he’s written from nearly every perspective in graphic storytelling. His long list of credits includes Captain America, Defenders, Justice League International, the groundbreaking Spider-Man storyline “Kraven’s Last Hunt," Spectre and more. His recent work includes the acclaimed children's novel Imaginalis and the popular comics-prose hybrid Abadazad books.

Howard Mackie got his start at Marvel during the late 1980s as an editor and then a writer. One of his first series as full-time scribe was 1990’s massively popular Ghost Rider, which introduced the alter ego Danny Ketch to the mythos of the Spirit of Vengeance. He also wrote prolifically in the Spider-Man and X-Men titles of the ’90s.

British illustrator Liam Sharp made a name for himself drawing Judge Dredd for renowned science-fiction magazine 2000 AD before illustrating Death’s Head II for Marvel UK. Stateside, he won legions of new fans on X-Men, Spider-Man, Venom and Incredible Hulk. Sharp has gone on to enjoy a long and successful career as an artist and publisher.

Hired on the strength of his Official Marvel Tryout penciling submission, Mark Bagley rose to prominence as the artist of 1990s sleeper hit New Warriors. Following an acclaimed run on Amazing Spider-Man, he worked with writer Kurt Busiek on Thunderbolts. When Marvel launched its Ultimate line, Bagley and Brian Michael Bendis led the way with Ultimate Spider-Man, whose years of success made the pair the longest-running creative team in Marvel history. Bendis and Bagley have also collaborated on Avengers Assemble and the creator-owned Brilliant. His subsequent credits include Fantastic Four, Cataclysm: The Ultimates’ Last Stand, Hulk, All-New X-Men and Venom.

After a start as inker to his older brother John, Sal Buscema penciled Captain America, Defenders, Incredible Hulk and more. Famed for his ability to meet tight deadlines, he spread his talents across multiple genres. His 1970s work ranged from Ms. Marvel and Nova to Sub-Mariner and Spider-Woman’s first appearance in Marvel Spotlight. He was the uninterrupted artist on Spectacular Spider-Man for more than one hundred issues and penciled the web-slinger’s adventures in Marvel Team-Up, in which he and writer Bill Mantlo introduced Captain Jean DeWolff. After handling more team-ups in the Thing’s Marvel Two-in-One, he reunited with brother John on Steve Englehart’s Fantastic Four. He later provided inks for Tom DeFalco’s Spider-Girl titles and Thunderstrike miniseries.

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