Comics Creators on Spider–Man Pdf/E–pub
I ve never been a big Spider Man fan but I so njoyed 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 Gone for Soldiers 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 flagship characterThe biggest surprise was that a lot of these men had worked on Batman for DC and the comparison between Batman and Spider Man freuently came up I was most struck by Paul Jenkins comment that the two are a metaphor for divorce for that time when a child is told that he can never see a parent again The difference according to Jenkins is that Batman can never get over that moment 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 comics This book is great I always love diving deeper and finding out why writers and artists did what they did with the characters This book is greatspecially all the stuff about Venom and the marriage of Peter and MJ Good stuff. Es involved in bringing the web slinger to life on the pag.
Very honest seller recommended Great book and a lot of facts are given to the reader Some uestions seem to be very similar to Hotshot P.I. each other but if you want background info on spidey then this book is highly 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 marketplace used 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 allras 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 ra WILL be detailed but propbably not in the detail you d likeAn overview of 40 odd years of comics and comics creators makes for an involving read and I d highly recommend thembut at a sensible price I m a big web spinning Spider Man fanboy no doubt about it And to that geek this book rocks hard It s a 200 page series of interviews with some of the biggest creators of Spider Man comic books over the past 40 years from Stan Lee to Todd McFarlane to Brian Bendis And it s just packed full of trivia insight and critiues I really get into these behind the scenes comic tomes and this one s a winner. Comic industry luminaries discuss the impact and importanc.
There s great comments by Lee on the creation of Spidey as well as really thorough interviews with the writers I grew up on Len Wein Marv Wolfman and the underrated Roger Stern who for my money wrote the best Spider Man stories of all in the mid 1980s We learn what went on behind the scenes with some classic stories and get ach writer and artist s thoughts on what makes Spidey tickI particularly Moonlight and Mistletoe (Harlequin Historical, enjoyed how Comic Creators isn t some glossy tribute that overlooked the bad It s compiled and the interviews are conducted by longtime Spidey writer Tom DeFalco who comes at the subject with an insider sye Creators are pretty free with thoughts here on stories that didn t work and the late 1990s nadir for Spider Man comics the bloated bleak Clone saga and Maximum Carnage Duty to Protect eras come in for a well deserved beating Everyone involved seems to blame the disaster on Marvelditorial dictates For instance David Micheline writer of Amazing Spider Man at the time when there was a rather lousy storyline involving the possible return of Peter Parker s long dead parents reveals that he was forced to bring them back by an The Surprise Triplets (Safe Harbor Medical editor who apparently didn tven know how to nd the storyline himself The book does a good job showing how Spidey s appeal has kept up through the years and gives you an insight into the creative process. E of Spider Man and give insight into the creative process.
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Tom DeFalco born June 26 1950 is an American comics writer and editor well known for his association with Marvel Comics and in particular for his work with Spider Man Bio from Wikipedia the free encyclopedia Photo by Luigi Novi CC BY 30 or CC BY 30 via Wikimedia Commons