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Ultimate Spider-Man, Vol. 2: Learning Curve (edition 2002)

by Brian Michael Bendis, Mark Bagley (Illustrator)

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Title:Ultimate Spider-Man, Vol. 2: Learning Curve
Authors:Brian Michael Bendis
Other authors:Mark Bagley (Illustrator)
Info:Marvel (2002), Paperback, 144 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:comics, read, american, 21st century, superheroes, read: 2002, fiction

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Ultimate Spider-Man Vol. 2: Learning Curve by Brian Michael Bendis



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I don't know which part I liked better: Peter applying for a job at the Daily Bugle or Peter having to handle Aunt May trying to explain the birds and the bees. Overall, I'm really enjoying the Ultimate Spider-Man series so far. I hope the reading gap between this volume and the next isn't as long as the one between when I started and when I got around to reading this one. As in, less than a couple of months, yikes. ( )
  SarahHayes | Feb 20, 2017 |
This was fun and a quick read. It follows up well on the first volume, showing us Peter's difficulties with getting to grips with the superhero gig. I like that he's not immediately an amazing crime fighter, that he has learning to do and he's not invulnerable. I liked the developments with Mary Jane, too.

I wasn't as sure about some of the art, like the pages just basically full of panels of people's faces. I get that they're portraying a conversation, and I'm sure I could pull out reasons from my comics class for why they set up the page that way, but it doesn't work as a technique for me as a reader. ( )
  shanaqui | Nov 22, 2013 |
Having the superpowers to climb walls and to protect the city from the largest menace, Kingpin.

I like spiderman because off all the action and suspense that it has and my grandson loves the pictures.

I would use this book in my classroom to show how this person is a hero. And how he is just a person like you and I.
  belindamcdonald | Nov 20, 2010 |
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Peter Parker takes a job at the Daily Bugle, learns of the Kingpin's ties to his uncle's murder, and tries to figure out how to stop his Spider-Man alter-ego from interfering with his relationship with Mary Jane Watson.

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