Best Download [Brian Reed Marco Santucci] ☆ Secret Invasion: The Amazing Spider-Man || [Manga Book] PDF ☆

By Brian Reed Marco Santucci | Comments: ( 393 ) | Date: ( May 26, 2020 )

New York is full of Skrulls and Spider Man where the heck is Spider Man, anyway Now, thanks to Brian Reed Ms Marvel and exciting newcomer Marco Santucci, Jackpot and the rest of the cast of Brand New Day must pick up Spidey s slack and go toe to toe with Super Skrulls including one that might just be Spidey himself Collects Secret Invasion 58, The Amazing SpideNew York is full of Skrulls and Spider Man where the heck is Spider Man, anyway Now, thanks to Brian Reed Ms Marvel and exciting newcomer Marco Santucci, Jackpot and the rest of the cast of Brand New Day must pick up Spidey s slack and go toe to toe with Super Skrulls including one that might just be Spidey himself Collects Secret Invasion 58, The Amazing Spider Man 1 3, and Amazing Spider Man 2008 Annual.


  • Title: Secret Invasion: The Amazing Spider-Man
  • Author: Brian Reed Marco Santucci
  • ISBN: 9780785132707
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Secret Invasion: The Amazing Spider-Man

  • Gavin

    Amateur hour in both story, writing and characters Spider-Man at allJackpot? What the fuck? Garbage tie in cash grab piece of junk. Tripe.


  • Anthony

    I've seen some of the other reviews complain that Spider-man is hardly in this, which is a fair criticism given that the book is called 'Spider-man'. But there reason he's not in it is because he's in the Savage Land with The Avengers, which I have no problem with. The problem I have though is that most of this book involves Skrulls seeking out Spider-man's friends in New York because they're looking for him, even though he's fighting Skrulls in the Savage Land. Is there some lack of communicati [...]


  • Scott Lee

    Where's Spiderman? I mean, there are lame first page references to the main Secret Invasion storyline that are supposed to be amusing and fail miserably, but there's no spiderman until the final issue, which unfortunately, feels like a slightly better done version of the old anti-drug freebies starring Spiderman and Cloak and Dagger that were handed out during my elementary school years. This particular issue is somewhat redeemed by Spidey's passionate defense of his own classic "with great powe [...]


  • Holden Attradies

    First off I want to get this out of the way: Why was it called "The Amazing Spider-Man Secret Invasion" if he wasn't in it? Well, duh, because it was done by the creative team that works on the Amazing Spider-Man comic and features characters that are usually found only in that comics pages. A series is more than it's title character, ESPECIALLY when the title character is a single character and not a whole team. It makes perfect sense that while Spidey was off doing other things his supporting [...]


  • Lynn Sheridan

    The first thing to note in this volume from the Secret Invasion arc is that there is actually very little of Spider-man. Instead, it follows another superhero called Jackpot just in New York surrounded by Peter Parker’s friends.This isn’t a bad story. It’s a little one-dimensional in that a Super-Skrull with the powers of the Sinister Six is looking for Spider-man and chases Jackpot and some regular people across New York. There isn’t much more to it than that.The artwork is pretty good [...]


  • Kris

    This is just really bad. To start with, it purports to be all about the Secret Invasion, but half the book is a completely separate story with Jackpot - that's right, it's a Spider-Man book about Skrulls, and half the book has no Skrulls and no (well, very little) Spider-Man. Rhe dialog is cheesy, the artwork looks like something from the early 80s, and it even has those Stan Lee-esque comments about "the idea factory" and the "Mighty Marvel Manner".


  • Jacob

    So why is it sometimes shooting/stabbing skrulls kills them, but sometimes it doesn't bother them? Other than have Spider-Man recapping the previous issue -Why is he doing it? and How does he know?- and the excessive notes from the editors about various things it wasn't a bad story. Not great or anything, but not bad.


  • Andy

    I'm not really sure why this is put as a Spider-Man book as he's not really in it aside from a few fourth wall recaps and a brief end clear up. Plus this repeats the Annual Spider-Man annual with Jackpot which has already been reprinted in the regular collections.The story itself is ok but nothing great, concentrating on Parker's friends dealing with a Skrull attack. For completists.


  • Walt Walkowski

    This is an odd storyline for Spider-Man, honestly. When the main character of the series isn't even present in the first three books, it doesn't make a lot of sense, and because we know so little about the Jackpot character, it isn't very compelling either. And just when we begin to care well, read it for yourself if want to know.


  • Geonessary

    Kind of fun seeing how some of the supporting characters of Spider-Man are dealing with the Skrull invasion. In some ways it was more fun than the Secret Invasion main storyline. My only problem was my expectations. Because it had Spider-Man in the title I had expected more of him, but it makes sense that he's minimally in it because of the main event.


  • Michael

    Secret Invasion was already pretty bad. Secret Invasion: Spider-man is about as bad as it gets. This was god awful. And the new hero Jackpot? What hero in 2008 would have flared pants? Doesn't make much sense to me.


  • Thomas

    Not very Spider-Man centered but still a decent side story to the Secret Invasion stuff. The Spider-Man Annual with a more complete back story on Jackpot is pretty solid though.


  • John

    This seems to be a book made up of filler instead of anything substantial, and Spidey is only in it briefly. If Jackpot was a more interesting character, I might have enjoyed it more.


  • Chris Boette

    I believe another reviewer best summed up this book: "Meh."


  • Sylvester Kuo

    It's less about Spiderman and more about Jackpot, when Skrulls attacked New York, Spiderman wasn't even there! I have no idea what the writers were thinking. The annual was pretty lame too.


  • James

    Don't really like Jackpot that much.


  • Stolt-man

    The 3 issue mini-series this book collects isn't very good, although I liked the art. The annual at the end was better.


  • Angela

    Well it wasn't bad. Should have been called 'Jackpot' not Spiderman though,as she's the main character.


  • Thomas

    Didn't really want to read a Jackpot book.


  • raman

    Meh. Only saving grace was the reprint of the annual featuring Jackpot's ID and future


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