It feels glib to cast Spider-Man – the simply titled miniseries depicting JJ Abrams and his son Henry make a foray together with the legendary Ultimate Spider-Man artist Sara Pichelli the comics – as "The Force Awakens" (19459023), but with more spandex puzzles, Abrams' Network Adventure by Peter Parker revolves around his earlier work as well as the Webslinger himself.
In his own version of Marvel Continuity, plays Spider-Man # 1 – by the Abrams duo Pichelli, Elisabetta D & # 39; Amico, Dave Stewart and Joe Caramagna until 12 years old After a terrible fight with an unknown alien force (led by a villain named, I do not fool you, Cadaverous ), Peter Parker is in a hell of alarm. Not only does he lose the lower half of his right arm, which is aimed at Cadaverous and his hordes …
He loses his wife Mary Jane Watson and leaves her son Ben without a mother and a traumatized and broken father. Twelve years later, Peter Parker is no longer a Spider-Man, he is rough and rough and so tired of the world around him, cut off from the people who are most interested in him. Ben is an equally moody teenager who desperately wants to find out who is in a sea of conflicting feelings about his absent parents.
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Put Peter in a cream-colored robe and drop him onto a remote island You feel this is an Abrams patent, "It's a sequel, but it's that what you love again and again, is not it? But as simple as a comparison is, so naturally is this for Abrams, who has in the past re-launched Star Wars – not a real reboot, of course, but definitely in the vein of one – to star Trek and even to the recent rumors that his recent deal with Warner Bros. could throw in part a potential look at the restart of Superman. (It would not be the first time he has been associated with the character.) Abrams was once involved in a film adaptation of Superman Flyby which was absolutely crazy.)
Spider-Man # 1, like the earlier Abrams considerations, is a story about generations that is the secret behind the ongoing threat (in this case, Cadaverous, who apparently has a sort of Mary Jane clone and a twisted connection to Spider-Man about it as part of his mostly unexplored reasoning for his villain) to something profoundly personal for our heroes. It is fitting that this is a collaboration between Abrams and his own son from a literary point of view, because – in the style of the Abrams family, to get rid of the esoteric craze, we know a franchise to tell a story based primarily on human, Intrapersonal Drama – This is a comic that also deals with the stormy, enduring relationships between children and their parents.
Ben slowly, but surely, spends most of the subject awakening to his familiar powers – both literally by holding on to doors when he's stressed out, and ideally by being like his father before him one has an unshakable desire to do the right thing, no matter how much effort it takes – fortunately without any knowledge of his father's past and the connection it has with his mother's death. The comparisons between him and Rey and young Jim Kirk are beginning to show themselves – their rebellious features, their rage at the world, their longing for the sense of self, the pain and loss that determined their childhood, it's all there. 19659020] Ben discovers his father's past and his future. “/>
Als Marvel editor-in-chief CB Cebulski announced the announcement of this series, he highlighted the revelation as the potential next big hit for the publisher – the book that could break Star Wars # 1's fabled, seemingly impossible reaching target of one million copies sold. So far it seems unlikely: It's a story that has been eternally retold – Ben is not the first child of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson ever to step into her father's heroic footsteps – with a few tired, unfortunate phrases like Mary Jane's occasional murder is certainly committed. As a particularly visionary and newcomer to Spider-Man's extensive, enduringly flexible heritage, Spider-Man # 1 is less a new twist in itself, but more of a mediation on a theme that Abrams has tackled time again.
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But worth two billion dollars with The Force Awakens and nearly 400 million dollars with Star Trek (it likes Compared to appearing like a jerk, but for Trek it was astronomical) it's hard to say that it did not work for the director in the past. We just have to wait and see what he and his son are doing as the story goes on.
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