Spider-Man

Spider-Man A Brand New Designer Drug Arrives In New York City With The Force Of A Hurricane Triple X, A Potentially Lethal Combination Of Ecstasy And Gamma Radiation That Is Literally Turning Users From The Shadowy, Dank Alleys To The Glittering, Raucous Party Circuit Into Living, Rampaging Nightmares For High School Science Teacher Peter Parker, Triple X S Onslaught On Some Of His Students And His Wife S Professional Life Is As Dangerous As It Is Unexpected For Peter S Secret Alter Ego, The Costumed Crime Fighter Known To The World As Spider Man, The Situation Quickly Accelerates From Bad To Worse, As The Drug S Effects Run Unchecked Against Law Enforcement S And His Own Valiant Efforts To Rein In The City Wide Chaos But There Is A Growing Consensus Between Spider Man And The Police That, For Reasons Yet Unknown, One Of The Arachnid S Most Fearsome Enemies May Be Behind It All As Part Of A Greater Scheme To Bring The City And One Of Its Most Heroic And Hated Defenders To Its Knees At Long Last Perhaps it s just the shadowing but when I picked up my copy of Spider Man Down These Mean Streets at the local bookstore I began to wonder whether Spidey had taken to carrying a weaponalbeit in his pants Perhaps he was just overly pleased to be on the cover I just don t know What I do know, disturbing Spider crotch aside, is that I thought it was a great piece of artwork and better portrayed the prose novel appeal to amature audience Compare it, for instance, to Jim Butcher s S Perhaps it s just the shadowing but when I picked up my copy of Spider Man Down These Mean Streets at the local bookstore I began to wonder whether Spidey had taken to carrying a weaponalbeit in his pants Perhaps he was just overly pleased to be on the cover I just don t know What I do know, disturbing Spider crotch aside, is that I thought it was a great piece of artwork and better portrayed the
It is strange to read a comic book transformed into the medium of novel The media are different, obviously, but DeCandido seems not to have given adequate thought to the differences A comic book is similar to a short story, yet it hascharacters When writing a novel, fully explaining the background becomesimportant At times, DeCandido did this, but he was also being very careful to not break any new ground He could not put anything in his story that was not already well establish It is strange to read a comic book transformed into the medium of novel The media are different, obviously, but DeCandido seems not to have given adequate thought to the differences A comic book is similar to a short story, yet it hascharacters When writing a novel, fully explaining the background becomesimportant At times, DeCandido did this, but he was also being very careful to not break any new ground He could not put anything in his story that was not already well established in the comic book series Therefore, his story changed the character very little.On the other hand, the new medium demands some differences The differences DeCandido went with were not well selected in my opinion Chief among those were exploring Spider man s relationship to the police There is no real parallel to this in the comic book world It does
Good book, though it had some proofing formatting issues For example, missing words, stretched letters, a few awkward sentences an editor should have caught These errors distracted occasionally from the story, but for the most part I was immersed in this tale of Spider Man Peter Parker The plot synopsis is what attracted me originally designer drugs that briefly turn people into superheroes or supervillians, but usually at great cost once they come off them For most of this novel, this drew Good book, though it had some proofing formatting issues For example, missing words, stretched letters, a few awkward sentences an editor should have caught These errors distracted occasionally from the story, but for the most part I was immersed in this tale of Spider Man Pet
This was a fine Spiderman adventure One way in which novels work well with the superhero genre is that they re not limited to so few words as are comics, and they aren t forced to be non stop action as the films usually are In this stor
Spider Man Down These Mean Streets is decidedly different from previous web slinger novels in multiple ways Not only does the plot involve drug use by minors, but the profanity count is much higher than in the movies or other books For that latter reason, I
This book is about a gang in New York City, giving out drugs laced with gamma rays to teenagers After they take it, they get super powers with a time limit on it When it reaches the limit, the kid would crash and hi
A book that tries hard to faithfully show the lived experience of the people affected by the drug trade, but doesn t always quite hit it As well, the plot kind of trails off in preparation for a sequel Still, the attempt is appreciated. My introduction to Spiderman was also Electric Company, with only a few scattered ventures into the comic books I got a much better sense of the main characters in the novelization The plot moved well and wrapped things up nicely in the end. Always a welcome novelization to the inner workings of the Spider man psyche This book isn t spectacular, but it never leaves the reader feeling like the story drags its feet. You average super hero book I wish they would ve either left Spiderman s rival out all together, or made himcentral to the story line Felt kind of shoved in at the end.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 268 pages
  • Spider-Man
  • Keith R.A. DeCandido
  • English
  • 25 June 2018
  • 1416509682