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Vowing to always use his amazing abilities to protect his fellow man, Peter comes to understand--in the wake of the tragedy at the World Trade Center--that not all heroes possess great powers. Also, Aunt May discovers Peter's greatest secret, setting a new status quo for the wallcrawler and the woman who raised him. Vowing to always use his amazing abilities to protect his fellow man, Peter comes to understand--in the wake of the tragedy at the World Trade Center--that not all heroes possess great powers. Also, Aunt May discovers Peter's greatest secret, setting a new status quo for the wallcrawler and the woman who raised him.


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Vowing to always use his amazing abilities to protect his fellow man, Peter comes to understand--in the wake of the tragedy at the World Trade Center--that not all heroes possess great powers. Also, Aunt May discovers Peter's greatest secret, setting a new status quo for the wallcrawler and the woman who raised him. Vowing to always use his amazing abilities to protect his fellow man, Peter comes to understand--in the wake of the tragedy at the World Trade Center--that not all heroes possess great powers. Also, Aunt May discovers Peter's greatest secret, setting a new status quo for the wallcrawler and the woman who raised him.

56 review for Amazing Spider-Man: Revelations and Until The Stars Turn Cold

  1. 4 out of 5

    Vojtěch

    Spideyyy! Tentokrát se kromě akčních scén řeší hlavně odvrácená strana Petera Parkera - a je to super.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Gustavo

    Creo que esta es una de mis historias favoritas de lo que he leído de Spiderman... No tanto por la historia en si que va a un montón de lugares comunes en los comics de superhéroes, sino por la forma en la que está escrita, se siente fresca y original. Puntos extra por la parodia a las películas de superhéroes años antes del boom, Straczynski es un visionario (?). Espero que alguna vez adapten a Lobster Man a la pantalla grande. Un punto menos porque no me gusta mucho Romita Jr., no es malo, pero Creo que esta es una de mis historias favoritas de lo que he leído de Spiderman... No tanto por la historia en si que va a un montón de lugares comunes en los comics de superhéroes, sino por la forma en la que está escrita, se siente fresca y original. Puntos extra por la parodia a las películas de superhéroes años antes del boom, Straczynski es un visionario (?). Espero que alguna vez adapten a Lobster Man a la pantalla grande. Un punto menos porque no me gusta mucho Romita Jr., no es malo, pero a algunos paneles parece que los hubiera dibujado el sobrino.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Maximiliano Vardé

    JSM siempre fue criticado por realizar historias polémicas en la cabecera del trepamuros. Sin embargo todo lo que he leído escrito por él me ha gustado bastante, y este, el segundo tomo de su recorrido con spidey no es la excepción. Además contiene un gran número en el que se da la confrontación entre Peter y la tía May. John Romita Jr. está en buena forma, aunque a veces se extraña el entramado de la red en el traje de Spiderman. Es un tomo largo, de 9 números, que contiene varios arcos mas chi JSM siempre fue criticado por realizar historias polémicas en la cabecera del trepamuros. Sin embargo todo lo que he leído escrito por él me ha gustado bastante, y este, el segundo tomo de su recorrido con spidey no es la excepción. Además contiene un gran número en el que se da la confrontación entre Peter y la tía May. John Romita Jr. está en buena forma, aunque a veces se extraña el entramado de la red en el traje de Spiderman. Es un tomo largo, de 9 números, que contiene varios arcos mas chicos.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Johnny Andrews

    One of the most human tales comes with revelations...All I'm going to say is, wow, just read! One of the most human tales comes with revelations...All I'm going to say is, wow, just read!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Alejandro

    Excelente. La medida justa de todo. Seriedad, humor, acción, silencio... Una obra maestra, con momentos clave en la historia de Spider-Man. Totalmente recomendable.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rodolfo Santullo

    Para sacarme el mal gusto que me dejó la lectura inmediatamente anterior me metí enseguida con otro tomo de la colección Marvel/Salvat y elegí uno que era la continuación directa de otro que ya me había gustado bastante (Volviendo a Casa). Así que corría poco riesgo con esta segunda tanda de episodios del Spiderman de Straczynski y Romita JR, llamada Revelaciones en esta edición, pero el resultado fue incluso mejor del esperado, ya que me gustó más todavía que el inicio de su run con el personaj Para sacarme el mal gusto que me dejó la lectura inmediatamente anterior me metí enseguida con otro tomo de la colección Marvel/Salvat y elegí uno que era la continuación directa de otro que ya me había gustado bastante (Volviendo a Casa). Así que corría poco riesgo con esta segunda tanda de episodios del Spiderman de Straczynski y Romita JR, llamada Revelaciones en esta edición, pero el resultado fue incluso mejor del esperado, ya que me gustó más todavía que el inicio de su run con el personaje. Lo más interesante, me parece, es lo jugado que está Straczynski a hacer propio el universo de Peter Parker y Spiderman. Por eso, hay una realidad que se impone -el trabajo cómo profesor de química, la separación de Mary Jane- y que marca la cancha ante todo lo demás -por mucho supervillano que aparezca- y que termina, con margen, por ser lo más interesante que se propone en esta serie de nuestro amistoso vecino arácnido. Así, en esta línea, es que si bien no van a faltar peligros y amenazas (contundentes, sin duda) el mayor tema que recorre todo el tomo es que, por fin y aunque Uds no lo crean, la Tía May se desayuna que su sobrino es el lanzarredes y se aviva que ha vivido una mentira bastantes años (y otros tantos peligros). La reacción de May en manos de un capo guionista cómo es Stracynski es oro y el disfrute de los lectores, mayúsculo. El dibujo corre una vez más de mano del abonado absoluto de la colección Marvel/Salvat John Romita JR (muy resistido por algunos comentadores de estas reseñas) que aquí está en un gran nivel, muy entregado a la causa y jugado a la hora de las peleas, pero también de las escenas tranquis, de diálogos importantes. Ah, estupendo el uso de Octopus en su aparición, un villano con tremendo nivel (algo que no suele pasarle al bueno de Otto Octavius o al menos no siempre). Me amigo entonces, de nuevo, con la colección.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Francisco Becerra

    I have to be honest: after the previus entry by Straczynski I had very low espectations with this one. However it struck me with a heartfelt story, a great lesson about trust. Curiously enough, all the “superhero stuff” embedded with the dramatic story was of vastly inferior quality (the mystical villain and the new doctor octopus felt like fillers). It is well worth its value for the aunt May and the destitute child tales.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bruno Silva

    Um refrescar do Homem Aranha com excelente argumento do escritor de Babylon 5 (uma maravilhosa série de fc) e desenhos brutais do John Romita Jr. Com a namorada MJ e a revelação do Homem Aranha à Tia May.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Dion

    Classic Spidey vibe in stories ... with added extras of Aunt May finding the Spidey costume and connecting it to Peter. Some good villains. Beautifully coloured.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Andrés Meza-Escallón

    Fantástica secuencia, incluyendo el micro evento "'nuff said", que sacude el mito del hombre araña en sus relaciones más fundamentales. Fantástica secuencia, incluyendo el micro evento "'nuff said", que sacude el mito del hombre araña en sus relaciones más fundamentales.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Cristina

    Com fotos do interior em https://osrascunhos.com/2016/12/27/o-... No seguimento de O Regresso à origens, Revelações prossegue a história e apresenta a evolução do relacionamento do Homem-Aranha com a tia, após a descoberta do fato de super-herói. Ao contrário do que era esperado, o choque da tia transforma-se numa tentativa de aceitação e consequente defesa da reputação do Homem-Aranha. Se, enquanto Parker, continua a investir na nova actividade de professor, com o intuito de ajudar a juventude pr Com fotos do interior em https://osrascunhos.com/2016/12/27/o-... No seguimento de O Regresso à origens, Revelações prossegue a história e apresenta a evolução do relacionamento do Homem-Aranha com a tia, após a descoberta do fato de super-herói. Ao contrário do que era esperado, o choque da tia transforma-se numa tentativa de aceitação e consequente defesa da reputação do Homem-Aranha. Se, enquanto Parker, continua a investir na nova actividade de professor, com o intuito de ajudar a juventude problemática que se acumula na sua antiga escola, enquanto Homem-Aranha investe na vigia para tentar esquecer Mary Jane. Nesta história ambas as actividades se cruzam e, ao interessar-se pela história de alguns alunos esforçados mas com problemas pessoais, apercebe-se do desaparecimento de vários jovens. Afastando-se das origens do Homem-aranha e da exploração dos tokens animais o novo vilão age entre dimensões paralelas, recolhendo-se entre os crimes para uma realidade carregada de deturpações espaço-temporais. Decorrendo o tempo de forma diferente nesta realidade, o Homem-Aranha perde-se num batalha e acaba por falhar a um compromisso com Mary Jane, comprometendo, ainda mais, as possibilidade de reatar um relacionamento. Sem o fato de super-herói, enquanto Parker, perde a confiança e aproxima-se toscamente de Mary Jane, apesar de, agora, mais suportado pela tia, conhecedora da identidade como Homem-Aranha. Este volume apresenta uma história menos completa que a anterior, uma ligeira quebra na exploração do conceito dos tokens, com vilões criados a partir da feitiçaria e evoluídos com tecnologia avançada. Da perspectiva pessoal, existe uma evolução pouco definida, uma semi-reconciliação que apresenta o conflito associado à condição de super-herói.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tiago Castro

    It's a solid 3.5/5 Well, this book started where the last had left us, with aunt May finding out that (spoiler) Peter Parker is Spider-Man(WHAT) which gave us one of the most human, sincere and almost heart-breaking talks on secret identities, the people around them And how to deal with them. Besides the emotional talk, JMS gets who Spidey is, getting the characterization right in every way, And making Spidey who he is, the smart And funny man who never stops fighting for the ones he loves. But The It's a solid 3.5/5 Well, this book started where the last had left us, with aunt May finding out that (spoiler) Peter Parker is Spider-Man(WHAT) which gave us one of the most human, sincere and almost heart-breaking talks on secret identities, the people around them And how to deal with them. Besides the emotional talk, JMS gets who Spidey is, getting the characterization right in every way, And making Spidey who he is, the smart And funny man who never stops fighting for the ones he loves. But There aren't only roses and all the villains and said "master plans" are pretty forgettable. Although it isn't the very best on Spider-man it is still a great story with some moments that should have stayed with Spidey's stories over the years (Looking at you "One More Day") and full of what makes Spider-man one of the most relatable heroes out there.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mike Cruden

    In terms of super-hero comics and trade paperback collections, this is about as good as good as it gets, with superb stories by J. Michael Straczynski and excellent art by John Romita Jr. The graphic novel collects together Amazing Spider-Man 37-45, wherein Straczynski turns Spider-Man's world upside down and inside out and gives him some thoroughly villainous and very powerful villains to with which to knock heads, with plots that seem fresh and interesting, as apposed to the previous re-hashed In terms of super-hero comics and trade paperback collections, this is about as good as good as it gets, with superb stories by J. Michael Straczynski and excellent art by John Romita Jr. The graphic novel collects together Amazing Spider-Man 37-45, wherein Straczynski turns Spider-Man's world upside down and inside out and gives him some thoroughly villainous and very powerful villains to with which to knock heads, with plots that seem fresh and interesting, as apposed to the previous re-hashed villain-of-the-month and his dialogue is scintillating too. Romita's artwork for this run is amongst the best he's ever done, with a very slim, lythe version of Spider-Man and some full page illustrations that knock your socks off. All-in-all, a delight to read. This graphic novel and individual issues of Spider-Man are available from http://internet-comics.ebid.net

  14. 5 out of 5

    Phillip Berrie

    I gave up reading Spider-Man (and comics) before Straczynski took up the reins for the comic. Now I wish I hadn't because I've always been impressed with his writing (really liked Babylon 5) and his different approach to story telling. For example, this book is a collection of the original comics which, instead of being based around a confrontation with an epic villain, is based on Peter Parker getting some resolution in his relationship with the two most important women in his life (his Aunt May I gave up reading Spider-Man (and comics) before Straczynski took up the reins for the comic. Now I wish I hadn't because I've always been impressed with his writing (really liked Babylon 5) and his different approach to story telling. For example, this book is a collection of the original comics which, instead of being based around a confrontation with an epic villain, is based on Peter Parker getting some resolution in his relationship with the two most important women in his life (his Aunt May and MJ). Not that there isn't plenty of action in the story, but Straczynski's handling of the revelation and consequences of the big secret Peter's being keeping from his Aunt is very well done, and definitely about time after forty years. Glad I finally read them.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Crazyjamie

    I am a little surprised that Goodreads only seems to have this one combined edition of these two story arcs; personally I read them as two separate TPBs, albeit within a few days of each other. These are the first story arcs that I have read by Straczynski, and I have to admit that the writing is absolutely first class. It is well known amongst those who regularly read graphic novels how good the writing in them can be, and Straczynski is right up there with the best that I have read. These two I am a little surprised that Goodreads only seems to have this one combined edition of these two story arcs; personally I read them as two separate TPBs, albeit within a few days of each other. These are the first story arcs that I have read by Straczynski, and I have to admit that the writing is absolutely first class. It is well known amongst those who regularly read graphic novels how good the writing in them can be, and Straczynski is right up there with the best that I have read. These two stories are outstanding, and can be read by any Spiderman fan regardless of their state of knowledge of the Amazing Spiderman story generally. Highly recommended.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sean Kennedy

    Much better than Straczynski's run on Wonder Woman. Much better than Straczynski's run on Wonder Woman.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tehanu

    3.5 You all know that I love Spidey. But damn, I love Aunt May too!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Elo

    Loved Aunt May's list ;) Loved Aunt May's list ;)

  19. 5 out of 5

    Johan Bruyns

  20. 5 out of 5

    Aris

  21. 5 out of 5

    Josh

  22. 4 out of 5

    Andy Dainty

  23. 5 out of 5

    Phil Barnett

  24. 4 out of 5

    July

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ana

  26. 5 out of 5

    Zoie

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jack Keane

  28. 4 out of 5

    Davi

  29. 4 out of 5

    Shin

  30. 4 out of 5

    Elliot Ross

  31. 4 out of 5

    Wt

  32. 4 out of 5

    Erin P.

  33. 5 out of 5

    Nadim Cameron

  34. 4 out of 5

    Richard

  35. 5 out of 5

    Luke Bell

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    Uniqueweasel

  37. 4 out of 5

    Brendan Marrett

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    Joe Gilmartin

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    Joseph Simpson

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    Sarah

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    Krsiak Daniel

  44. 5 out of 5

    Russ

  45. 5 out of 5

    Germán Mauricio Patiño Estepa

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  51. 4 out of 5

    David Guirado

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    Pliyo San

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    Marlon Llano

  54. 4 out of 5

    Isidro

  55. 4 out of 5

    Andrés Ulibarrena

  56. 5 out of 5

    La Revistería Comics

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