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Peter Parker hat zwei Probleme: Sein Spider-Man-Kostüm ist futsch und er leidet immer noch unter der Trennung von Mary Jane. Doch Zerstreuung ist im Anmarsch. Ein neuer Mutantengegner sorgt für erste Kontakte mit dem Rest des Ultimativen Universums ... Die X-Frauen, Kitty Pryde und natürlich nicht zu vergessen Gwen Stacy ... Band 5 des gesammelten Nachdrucks von Bendis' und Peter Parker hat zwei Probleme: Sein Spider-Man-Kostüm ist futsch und er leidet immer noch unter der Trennung von Mary Jane. Doch Zerstreuung ist im Anmarsch. Ein neuer Mutantengegner sorgt für erste Kontakte mit dem Rest des Ultimativen Universums ... Die X-Frauen, Kitty Pryde und natürlich nicht zu vergessen Gwen Stacy ... Band 5 des gesammelten Nachdrucks von Bendis' und Bagleys ultimativem Spider-Man! Storys Ultimate Spider-Man 40-45


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Peter Parker hat zwei Probleme: Sein Spider-Man-Kostüm ist futsch und er leidet immer noch unter der Trennung von Mary Jane. Doch Zerstreuung ist im Anmarsch. Ein neuer Mutantengegner sorgt für erste Kontakte mit dem Rest des Ultimativen Universums ... Die X-Frauen, Kitty Pryde und natürlich nicht zu vergessen Gwen Stacy ... Band 5 des gesammelten Nachdrucks von Bendis' und Peter Parker hat zwei Probleme: Sein Spider-Man-Kostüm ist futsch und er leidet immer noch unter der Trennung von Mary Jane. Doch Zerstreuung ist im Anmarsch. Ein neuer Mutantengegner sorgt für erste Kontakte mit dem Rest des Ultimativen Universums ... Die X-Frauen, Kitty Pryde und natürlich nicht zu vergessen Gwen Stacy ... Band 5 des gesammelten Nachdrucks von Bendis' und Bagleys ultimativem Spider-Man! Storys Ultimate Spider-Man 40-45

30 review for Ultimate Spider-Man, Volume 7: Irresponsible

  1. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Man it's like mutant mania, everything I read has them now days! Spider-man gets to deal with a new kid who seems to be showing mutant powers. So while he tries to help him he gets visited by the X-Men and then they all work together to help the kid. But while Peter is doing that he's still trying to figure things out with MJ while also dealing with Aunt May losing her shit on Peter going missing all the time. The X-Men stuff is the least interesting part to be honest. Kitty and Peter is cute, b Man it's like mutant mania, everything I read has them now days! Spider-man gets to deal with a new kid who seems to be showing mutant powers. So while he tries to help him he gets visited by the X-Men and then they all work together to help the kid. But while Peter is doing that he's still trying to figure things out with MJ while also dealing with Aunt May losing her shit on Peter going missing all the time. The X-Men stuff is the least interesting part to be honest. Kitty and Peter is cute, but the rest of it is just okay. The new kid is annoying as hell. BUT saying that the MJ stuff is wonderful and the Aunt May stuff is perfect. The ending to the final issue is perfect. Overall good but not great. A 3 out of 5.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nicky

    This one was okay, mostly made me want to get hold of the Ultimate X-men comics so I can get to know those characters. It felt like a bit of a slump, story-wise; sure, we got a bit more involvement with the rest of the Marvel universe, and a bit of engagement with the mutant issue, but compared to the Venom storyline (which did not get picked up again yet) and the single TPB villains earlier in the Ultimate Spider-man run, it seems pretty slow/inconsequential. There is some development with Pete This one was okay, mostly made me want to get hold of the Ultimate X-men comics so I can get to know those characters. It felt like a bit of a slump, story-wise; sure, we got a bit more involvement with the rest of the Marvel universe, and a bit of engagement with the mutant issue, but compared to the Venom storyline (which did not get picked up again yet) and the single TPB villains earlier in the Ultimate Spider-man run, it seems pretty slow/inconsequential. There is some development with Peter and Mary Jane, but I'm not the greatest fan of that, so eh.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    I'm still really enjoying Bendis's Ultimate Spider-Man. Highlights of this trade: Shadowcat flirting with Spider-Man, what I suspect was a subtle dig at the trying-too-hard "edginess" of much of the Ultimate line, and every panel of Aunt May's appointment with her therapist. That last scene especially, because this is where Bendis really shines. He keeps Peter a normal teenager, even with his powers, and he makes his regular life every bit as important and absorbing as his costumed life. I'm still really enjoying Bendis's Ultimate Spider-Man. Highlights of this trade: Shadowcat flirting with Spider-Man, what I suspect was a subtle dig at the trying-too-hard "edginess" of much of the Ultimate line, and every panel of Aunt May's appointment with her therapist. That last scene especially, because this is where Bendis really shines. He keeps Peter a normal teenager, even with his powers, and he makes his regular life every bit as important and absorbing as his costumed life.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    The Peter-Mary Jane romance is sweet. The mutant storyline was okay. But the girly art was over the top, especially since most of those girls are supposed to be underage. (I’m not the target audience for that stuff, I know--but they must include so much emotional/inter-personal stuff in hope of keeping female readers, right?) I really liked what was going on with Aunt May, her struggles to deal with everything from raising a very special teenager to the various losses she’s experienced. Her talk The Peter-Mary Jane romance is sweet. The mutant storyline was okay. But the girly art was over the top, especially since most of those girls are supposed to be underage. (I’m not the target audience for that stuff, I know--but they must include so much emotional/inter-personal stuff in hope of keeping female readers, right?) I really liked what was going on with Aunt May, her struggles to deal with everything from raising a very special teenager to the various losses she’s experienced. Her talk with the therapist brought another dimension to the story.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jibug

    A middling story in-between arcs. The x-men is introduced in this volume but a short lived appearance. A teenage mutant is running around blowing up stuff for entertainment trying to get a whoop whoop from peers. The X-men swoop in to bring him back to the school for the gifted to figure out what to do with him. The mutant is very annoying, but the highlight with these scenes are the brief interactions with the X-men though it becomes reduced to just a bit of flirting with Peter and a bit of tro A middling story in-between arcs. The x-men is introduced in this volume but a short lived appearance. A teenage mutant is running around blowing up stuff for entertainment trying to get a whoop whoop from peers. The X-men swoop in to bring him back to the school for the gifted to figure out what to do with him. The mutant is very annoying, but the highlight with these scenes are the brief interactions with the X-men though it becomes reduced to just a bit of flirting with Peter and a bit of trouble that gets Peter back home extremely late to a panicked Aunt May. I think the best part of this volume is how aunt May is portrayed here. The writer puts so much emotion and humanity in the scenes with her that you feel for her. Especially the fear she communicates with her therapist. Again, there are moments that are just meh but then you get moments like these which are great and which confuses the heck out of me on how to rate these volumes. A 3.5 for this one and a definite yes on reading the next volume.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

    Last issue in this collection was 5 stars. And all it was was Aunt May talking to her therapist. Great stuff.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Stacey

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Irresponsible strikes me as something of a transitions story. There's no real arc after the Venom story it's just stuff that happened to Peter between villains. It's mostly teen age drama with him moping about Mary Jane and then getting back together with her. The introduction of the Ultimate X-Men (while a fun story) doesn't really seem to fit with the other stories Bendis has been telling. It does make Spider-Man more a part of the world and brings in the whole mutant-phobia stuff that is the Irresponsible strikes me as something of a transitions story. There's no real arc after the Venom story it's just stuff that happened to Peter between villains. It's mostly teen age drama with him moping about Mary Jane and then getting back together with her. The introduction of the Ultimate X-Men (while a fun story) doesn't really seem to fit with the other stories Bendis has been telling. It does make Spider-Man more a part of the world and brings in the whole mutant-phobia stuff that is the back bone of Marvel comics. Probably the best thing about this volume is that Bendis makes Aunt May a person. Every incarnation of Aunt May previous to Bendis' portrayal shows Aunt May as a constant: always there with a hug or a cup of hot cocoa or just something that Peter needed. She was someone that he had to hide from and someone that occasionally would need to be rescued by Spider-Man. She had no character. In this issue Bendis does something different. He sends Aunt May to a therapist. He lets the reader see how Ben's death and Peter's changing lifestyle have really affected her. It's an excellent piece of story telling and really rounds out an iconic figure.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lloyd

    Another fantastic volume of vivaciously drawn, awesomely Bendis-written Spider-Man here. In this one, Spider-Man meets another super-powered high school student who may be, as the title states, acting a bit "irresponsible". This volume also marks Ultimate Spidey's first meeting with the Ultimate version of The X-Men and the book's last issue takes a touching look at Aunt May. Another fine chapter in a string of books I'm REALLY enjoying. Another fantastic volume of vivaciously drawn, awesomely Bendis-written Spider-Man here. In this one, Spider-Man meets another super-powered high school student who may be, as the title states, acting a bit "irresponsible". This volume also marks Ultimate Spidey's first meeting with the Ultimate version of The X-Men and the book's last issue takes a touching look at Aunt May. Another fine chapter in a string of books I'm REALLY enjoying.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jennavier

    While not as action packed as previous volumes, I really liked how the series took a breather so that we can see what all the recent action has cost the people involved. It shows has strong the characters are. I'm really enjoying this! While not as action packed as previous volumes, I really liked how the series took a breather so that we can see what all the recent action has cost the people involved. It shows has strong the characters are. I'm really enjoying this!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jack Herbert Christal Gattanella

    This volume is an example of a writer needing to find some balance after the mega-drama (maybe not quite soap but suddenly taking a leap and bound past "melo") and going for more romantic things - Peter and MJ (GASP!) get back together in a very sweet (and bordering on uh, sexy way, yeah with teens, but whatever, they're drawn like adults in the Big panels where they kiss and MJ has side boob), and then comedy with Geldolf the not-quite-sorta mutant (more on him in a moment) and the Ultimate ver This volume is an example of a writer needing to find some balance after the mega-drama (maybe not quite soap but suddenly taking a leap and bound past "melo") and going for more romantic things - Peter and MJ (GASP!) get back together in a very sweet (and bordering on uh, sexy way, yeah with teens, but whatever, they're drawn like adults in the Big panels where they kiss and MJ has side boob), and then comedy with Geldolf the not-quite-sorta mutant (more on him in a moment) and the Ultimate version of the X Men. It's not wholly consistent, in part this may be as I haven't seen anything from that line so it was... a bit jarring seeing my favorite X characters drawn like they are in the Spiderman series by this artist. But also, the stakes are just not so high. This is not necessarily a negative, and actually it helps to have the contrast after the big holy shit story with Brock/Venom to go on to a character like Gendolf... who I almost suspected was like Tommy Wiseau from THE ROOM(!!) Sure he has blind hair, but look at how he mentions his live of American football while on a rooftop where he also spends a good amount of time denying things ("I am naaaht" I heard in my head). All one was missing was Spidey saving a 27 year old teenager from being accosted by a drug dealer for "some" kind of money. And I know logically this is from 2003 so the chances Bendis saw the movie are slim to none but I CAN DREAM CANT I? But really, it's interesting to get a character like Geldolf who is not actively *bad* or villainous, he's just a mixed up kid from Latveria who isn't sure why he can't be more, you know, responsible but he... can't yet. He's just an average fuck up that needs some help. The problem is the stuff with all the X-Men, while fun, feels a but like a distraction from the other things going on within *this* world of Queens and this character (a set up with Flash Thompson may be making amends or something doesn't pay off, not that it has to but it feels dangly). Again, still all good, and I had some real laughs here - highlights include snafus with Parker's costume that become a running gag, and a moment involving Spidey picturing one of the X Men ladies in the buff - not to mention the romance, but... light.... and then the last issue comes which is basically an episode of IN TREATMENT for May, where an 'incident' with Peter leads her down many many thoughts... and I love it so much I think I want to own this single issue so I can read it over again (I borrowed the trade from the library). It's deep, it's consequential, and it gets us to intimately know a character (not dirty, this is still for kids yknow!) who we sometimes take for granted. While it doesn't get me to raise this rating higher, I still give this vol a big thumbs up for its depth of character while just having people talk in rooms - not what we always think of Spider-man for.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Aaron Maurer

    I love this series of comics. My first major read of a character series and this one impresses me more and more with each new story arc. This one..... This one I just don't get how X-Men play a role with Spiderman. I know there are all sorts of crossovers and probably other comics and make these connections(I started reading Ultimate Marvel Team Up) but in my headspace I see X-Men as one world and superheroes like Spiderman in another. With that being said I did like this storyline and how the cha I love this series of comics. My first major read of a character series and this one impresses me more and more with each new story arc. This one..... This one I just don't get how X-Men play a role with Spiderman. I know there are all sorts of crossovers and probably other comics and make these connections(I started reading Ultimate Marvel Team Up) but in my headspace I see X-Men as one world and superheroes like Spiderman in another. With that being said I did like this storyline and how the characters continue to develop. Perhaps the more I read comics the more I will like these moments of character crossover. And even more I need to continue to enhance my knowledge of these worlds because there is so much left to learn!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mike Ezepchick

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This volume definitely had some cool/memorable moments - mostly Peter meeting the X-Men and getting to see the mansion, but ultimately it wasn’t for a very interesting reason. I just didn’t care about that foreign exchange student with powers or how he turned out. The other notable thing that happened was Aunt May’s confession of guilt to her therapist, it provided a lot of insight to her character which was neat, but her hate/fear of Spider-Man felt a little weird, and maybe too on-the-nose. Ov This volume definitely had some cool/memorable moments - mostly Peter meeting the X-Men and getting to see the mansion, but ultimately it wasn’t for a very interesting reason. I just didn’t care about that foreign exchange student with powers or how he turned out. The other notable thing that happened was Aunt May’s confession of guilt to her therapist, it provided a lot of insight to her character which was neat, but her hate/fear of Spider-Man felt a little weird, and maybe too on-the-nose. Overall it was still an enjoyable story, just nothing too exciting or important that would’ve kept me intrigued as some of the previous volumes.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Noah

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is one of the few times I set down the volume and just go "wow". Action is not what brought this set home for me. The little action that was provided was meaningful and had juicy payoff for those reading the whole universe. The scpequence which was somewhat recreated in Spider-Man: Homecoming was super cool to see, although I'm sure something like that has to have happened before. The second big hitter was the emotional switch-up between MJ, Peter, and May, for better and for worse. It's he This is one of the few times I set down the volume and just go "wow". Action is not what brought this set home for me. The little action that was provided was meaningful and had juicy payoff for those reading the whole universe. The scpequence which was somewhat recreated in Spider-Man: Homecoming was super cool to see, although I'm sure something like that has to have happened before. The second big hitter was the emotional switch-up between MJ, Peter, and May, for better and for worse. It's heartening to see each of them striving to be better people for others and for themselves.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Adam Stone

    Another fun collection of Peter Parker Spider-Man stories, this one featuring the X-Men, and dipping its toes into the waters of "mutantphobia". A friend one described Ultimate Spider-Man eventually reaching a point where Benis could write a six issue arc about Peter Parker crossing the street. And while that is a somewhat valid criticism, I really like the way he tells a street-crossing story, and Bagley is just one of my many wonderful artists who bring Bendis's vision to life in a fun, and im Another fun collection of Peter Parker Spider-Man stories, this one featuring the X-Men, and dipping its toes into the waters of "mutantphobia". A friend one described Ultimate Spider-Man eventually reaching a point where Benis could write a six issue arc about Peter Parker crossing the street. And while that is a somewhat valid criticism, I really like the way he tells a street-crossing story, and Bagley is just one of my many wonderful artists who bring Bendis's vision to life in a fun, and immediate way.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Fellipe Moscardini

    Another great book. Bendis continues to focus on Peter’s life and his relationship with MJ — Spoiler: They’re back together! Some new characters are presented and we have some members of the X-men show up in a brief (but very cool) moment. Issue #45 is specially great. Who would’ve thought that an issue dedicated to aunt May would be so good? Once again, it’s the little character moments in Bendis’s run that sets it apart from other Spidey books. 4/5 stars

  16. 4 out of 5

    Henry Blackwood

    If there’s one thing I could fault Bendis for on this run, it’s his depiction of May. This issue gives a little bit of redemption to her and I hope it means a new direction for her character because her 7 trades of emotional meltdowns were very distressing. I also really like when a trade is spent on building the world a little more and having a crossover instead of a fight with a villain. It’s a nice change of pace for me.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Marloges

    I'm really enjoying these stories where Peter isn't fighting a specific villian and struggling in his private life more than I thought... Spider-Man not being able to fight crimes because he doesn't have a costume anymore is hilarious and the X-Men appearing was great. One of the more wholesome books of this series and it also introduced a character named Geldoff who to my knowledge is completely original. Curious to see if he'll return. I'm really enjoying these stories where Peter isn't fighting a specific villian and struggling in his private life more than I thought... Spider-Man not being able to fight crimes because he doesn't have a costume anymore is hilarious and the X-Men appearing was great. One of the more wholesome books of this series and it also introduced a character named Geldoff who to my knowledge is completely original. Curious to see if he'll return.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Abhinav Vuppalapati

    The character development in this Spider-Man run is just amazing and done really well, I like how this story was mostly self contained and the concept, though I know almost nothing about the X-men it gave a good idea on what the X-men comics might be like so if you like the vibe you can check those out! Again tho the character development makes you feel engaged in the story and with the characters, it was a good book!

  19. 4 out of 5

    B.C.

    3.5 stars probably. A pretty typical Spidey story. The section with him and the X-men was a lot of fun. The suite issues was fun. The random comic of Mae at the psychiatrist was looooong and boring. High school angst can get old quick. Spider Man can be a mixed bag, but he is still one of my favorites.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Brown

    A so-so comic with no real villain but more about the relationships between Peter and Mary Jane and him and Aunt Mae. https://nicolewbrown.blogspot.com/201... A so-so comic with no real villain but more about the relationships between Peter and Mary Jane and him and Aunt Mae. https://nicolewbrown.blogspot.com/201...

  21. 4 out of 5

    Matej

    Like previous volumes, this was a very good read, I didn't like the X-men crossover just because I think Ultimate Spiderman is superior to Ultimate X-men series. The art does the job even though I'm not a huge fan of it. Like previous volumes, this was a very good read, I didn't like the X-men crossover just because I think Ultimate Spiderman is superior to Ultimate X-men series. The art does the job even though I'm not a huge fan of it.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth

    Spider-man meets up with the X-men.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Zelly B.

    My favourite Spidey series of all time. This is actually a (2x) re-read of the entire series.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Quinton Baran

    Lots of interesting twists in the life of Peter Parker and his interactions with his friends.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    I like that the X-men were in this but Spiderman is still my least favorite. Too much inner talk. It's annoying. I like that the X-men were in this but Spiderman is still my least favorite. Too much inner talk. It's annoying.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nomad nimrod

    This one was boring.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Frans Kempe

    Spider-man meets a new superpowered human in school and is visited by the X-Men

  28. 5 out of 5

    Deshawn Vasquez

    The interactions with the X-Men are fun. I grew up an X-Men kid but know little of the Ultimate incarnations. The scene with Aunt May and her therapist is worth the price of admission alone.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Peter

    A fun diversive episode with an emotional ending.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Anna Catherman

    This one fell a bit flat for me. Didn't particularly care for the addition of the X-Men. This one fell a bit flat for me. Didn't particularly care for the addition of the X-Men.

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