Of 40 odd years of comics and comics creators makes an involving and I highly recommend thembut at a sensible price I ve and I d highly recommend thembut a sensible price I ve been a big Spider Man fan but I so enjoyed Comics Creators on the Fantastic Four that I thought I d give this book a tryThis is a splendid book of interviews with writers and artists that covers the development of Spider man from the early Sixties to about 2002I was impressed with the high level of seriousness and commitment all the interviewees displayed All concerned here clearly had an attachment to Spider Man and valued their opportunity to work on Marvel s flagshi. E of Spider Man and give insight into the creative process. Very honest seller recommended It must be said the cover
price for this and the others in the range is ridiculously high I do have a solution however try the for this and the others in the range is ridiculously high I do have a solution however try the sed book sellers like I did The books arrived promptly and in virtually perfect condition for a fraction of that original price The book itself is a geek fest Wonderful insights into almost all eras of Spider Man production It is a warts and all tome too not afraid to admit where the comics lost their way occasionally As with all this type of thing your Favourite Era WILL Be Detailed era WILL be #detailed propbably not in the detail you d likeAn overview. Comic industry #propbably not in the detail you d likeAn overview. Comic industry discuss the impact and importanc.
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these men hadmen had on Batman for DC and the comparison between Batman and Spider Man freuently came p I was most struck by Paul Jenkins comment
that the two are a metaphor for divorce for that time when a child is told thatthe two are a metaphor for divorce for that time when a child is told *that can never see a parent again The difference according to Jenkins is that Batman can never get over that *can never see a parent again The difference according to Jenkins is that Batman can never get over that and is always reliving it while Spider Man or Peter Parker as the interviewees refer to him most of the time has the resilience to get beyond that trauma and grow as a personHighly recommended to anyone interested in comic. Es involved in bringing the web slinger to life on the pag.