Spider-Man: Fever

Spider-Man: Fever

Spider Man Fever One of comics most innovative and original voices Brendan McCarthy brings us SPIDER MAN FEVER a truly unique and surreal story evoiking the classic Silver Age psychedelia of Steve Ditko s Dr Strange

  • Title: Spider-Man: Fever
  • Author: Brendan McCarthy
  • ISBN: 9780785141259
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback
  • One of comics most innovative and original voices, Brendan McCarthy brings us SPIDER MAN FEVER a truly unique and surreal story evoiking the classic Silver Age psychedelia of Steve Ditko s Dr Strange In FEVER, Spider Man is abducted by a depraved tribe of spider demons to a d bizarre dimension where he is to be eaten alive Dr Strange goes on a perilous occult quest tOne of comics most innovative and original voices, Brendan McCarthy brings us SPIDER MAN FEVER a truly unique and surreal story evoiking the classic Silver Age psychedelia of Steve Ditko s Dr Strange In FEVER, Spider Man is abducted by a depraved tribe of spider demons to a d bizarre dimension where he is to be eaten alive Dr Strange goes on a perilous occult quest to rescue his friend and tangles with some very peculiar characters along the way COLLECTING Spider Man Fever 1 3 Amazing Spider Man Annual 2

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    326 Comment

    Really wanted to like Brendan McCarthy's art more, but I just didn't feel it. I did not buy this book for Spider-Man, but for Doctor Strange. And the story was weird. But it was so weird that I could not tell what was going on. The story put me into a sort of waking coma. Once I finished the story, I woke up, feeling like I had just mixed too many different types of hard liquor. So disappointed. Oh wait, I just thought of something nice to say: the colors were really nice. Good job, colorist.

    Imagine: You're just about to sit down with a good book, when you become aware of a dark presence in your bathroom. You pray it's not faulty plumbing drowning your bathroom tiles, but when you investigate it's only a giant spider wearing a top-hat, sucking out Spider-man's soul in your bathtub. Normal tuesday night for the good doctor. This is only the opening to our story. And it gets slightly weird from there!Gorgeous! This book is gorgeous! There is this unwritten rule that you know you're re [...]

    I'm an instant convert to Brendan McCarthy. I've given up on most Marvel comics, and keep it at the level of picking up the occasional paperback from the library. There's so much to follow, entire storylines that spill into other issues. I just do not have the wallet for that! I was a big Spiderman fan, so it was nice to find a standalone story. Now, even after reading just one work by him, do you know how excited I was when I heard rumor he would also be writing Mad Max 4? The art is delirious, [...]

    This is a rather silly book that's part satire/part homage to the 60's and 70's Teamup comics with Dr. Strange and Spiderman. Basically, Spiderman is just hanging around near Dr. Strange's place when the good doc reads an enchanted text, setting off a trap that sends a spiderdemon searching for a soul to bring back to its spiderdemon master. The plot jumps around a lot, and you get a lot of the writing style you got in the 70's where every character tells you what they are doing and then does it [...]

    Yeah, it's weird and groovy-looking - far out man, the pages *look* pretty cool. But without a compelling story, it falls flat - a gimmick that doesn't carry my interest enough to even bother finishing. Maybe it would've worked better as a silent wordless tale.

    Really nice to look at (I mean, REALLY nice) but too committed to Ditko and too silly a plot to be really enjoyable. I dug the intro of Ms Ningorril, but not much was done with her. I'd love to see her pop again some day.

    Fiebre de un arácnido por la noche junto al fumanchero Doctor Strange en una MGN de lo más ditkera.

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