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Nach einem Kampf gegen Doc Ock und Kraven, den Jäger spitzt sich die Lage für Peter Parker zu. Der Green Goblin ist von den Toten auferstanden. Und er ist stärker, intelligenter und tödlicher als je zuvor. Denn Norman Osborn kennt nur ein Ziel: Spider-Man zu besitzen oder ihn für immer zu zerstören! Zu allem Überfluss tritt auch noch Nick Fury auf den Plan ... Storys Ultimat Nach einem Kampf gegen Doc Ock und Kraven, den Jäger spitzt sich die Lage für Peter Parker zu. Der Green Goblin ist von den Toten auferstanden. Und er ist stärker, intelligenter und tödlicher als je zuvor. Denn Norman Osborn kennt nur ein Ziel: Spider-Man zu besitzen oder ihn für immer zu zerstören! Zu allem Überfluss tritt auch noch Nick Fury auf den Plan ... Storys Ultimate Spider-Man 22-27


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Nach einem Kampf gegen Doc Ock und Kraven, den Jäger spitzt sich die Lage für Peter Parker zu. Der Green Goblin ist von den Toten auferstanden. Und er ist stärker, intelligenter und tödlicher als je zuvor. Denn Norman Osborn kennt nur ein Ziel: Spider-Man zu besitzen oder ihn für immer zu zerstören! Zu allem Überfluss tritt auch noch Nick Fury auf den Plan ... Storys Ultimat Nach einem Kampf gegen Doc Ock und Kraven, den Jäger spitzt sich die Lage für Peter Parker zu. Der Green Goblin ist von den Toten auferstanden. Und er ist stärker, intelligenter und tödlicher als je zuvor. Denn Norman Osborn kennt nur ein Ziel: Spider-Man zu besitzen oder ihn für immer zu zerstören! Zu allem Überfluss tritt auch noch Nick Fury auf den Plan ... Storys Ultimate Spider-Man 22-27

30 review for Ultimate Spider-Man, Volume 4: Legacy

  1. 5 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    The return of the green goblin! This takes cues from the original major Goblin Story where Norman kidnaps Gwen and kills her. However, this time it is MJ. And yes, it does feel like the 2000's movie but a lot better since we don't have actors who suck. So both Harry and Norman return and poor Harry can't remember a thing. His father however remembers it all and he plans on setting Peter up. Peter also gets to meet his new best buddy, Nick Fury. Will the hero be able to save everyone who will we The return of the green goblin! This takes cues from the original major Goblin Story where Norman kidnaps Gwen and kills her. However, this time it is MJ. And yes, it does feel like the 2000's movie but a lot better since we don't have actors who suck. So both Harry and Norman return and poor Harry can't remember a thing. His father however remembers it all and he plans on setting Peter up. Peter also gets to meet his new best buddy, Nick Fury. Will the hero be able to save everyone who will we meet our first casualty? This is probably one of the best volumes because I think it cements Spider-man vs Green Goblin really well. I love the hell out of their moments and the Green Goblin here being a hulking size makes Peter always feel in danger. I also love the relationship Peter has with MJ here, and MJ is such a great character. The ending is both sad and memorable and I really can't wait to read even more. A 4 out of 5.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nicky

    This one turns a bit darker, with Peter realising the potential consequences of his life as a superhero, and bringing in Nick Fury and SHIELD. God, Fury's such an ass. Much less wise-cracking in this one, although there's still a bit of it. Still lots of fun, anyway. To read, anyway, if not exactly for Peter himself. I like that the art and story are done by the same people every issue -- it's not always the way it works with Marvel, and it doesn't have to be, but this time it seems to provide a This one turns a bit darker, with Peter realising the potential consequences of his life as a superhero, and bringing in Nick Fury and SHIELD. God, Fury's such an ass. Much less wise-cracking in this one, although there's still a bit of it. Still lots of fun, anyway. To read, anyway, if not exactly for Peter himself. I like that the art and story are done by the same people every issue -- it's not always the way it works with Marvel, and it doesn't have to be, but this time it seems to provide a good continuity.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jennavier

    The Green Goblin is an incredibly disturbing bad guy. He really upped the intensity on this collection. I also liked meeting the ultimate version of Nick Fury. He's just as delightfully shady as his cinematic counterpart. Overall a funny and suspenseful book. The Green Goblin is an incredibly disturbing bad guy. He really upped the intensity on this collection. I also liked meeting the ultimate version of Nick Fury. He's just as delightfully shady as his cinematic counterpart. Overall a funny and suspenseful book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    While the Green Goblin art was sometimes too grotesque for my taste, I liked the story in this one. I liked the way Peter's continued struggle with his secret (or in some cases, not so secret) identity was depicted, and I liked his relationships with other characters. I liked the graphic illustration of Norman Osborn's psychosis as ghostly Spidey-schmoo things that babbled at him. The way Harry Osborn's situation--the hypnosis, the confusion, the attempts at normality, his friendships with Peter While the Green Goblin art was sometimes too grotesque for my taste, I liked the story in this one. I liked the way Peter's continued struggle with his secret (or in some cases, not so secret) identity was depicted, and I liked his relationships with other characters. I liked the graphic illustration of Norman Osborn's psychosis as ghostly Spidey-schmoo things that babbled at him. The way Harry Osborn's situation--the hypnosis, the confusion, the attempts at normality, his friendships with Peter and Mary and interest in Gwen--was handled was especially good; and I think it will make later developments extra-poignant. The inclusion of Nick Fury was also a smart move with plenty of potential.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Wing Kee

    This arc is the best one yet! Wow the writing for this arc was great! The tension, the pacing and the dialog. Wow! World: Still not a huge fan of the character art, when Peter is out of his suit everyone just looks weird, the facial expressions especially. That being said, the motion in the suit this arc was great. The world building this arc was absolutely fantastic. With the pieces that Bendis had already placed throughout the run he pieces together this arc which is just nonstop tension. There This arc is the best one yet! Wow the writing for this arc was great! The tension, the pacing and the dialog. Wow! World: Still not a huge fan of the character art, when Peter is out of his suit everyone just looks weird, the facial expressions especially. That being said, the motion in the suit this arc was great. The world building this arc was absolutely fantastic. With the pieces that Bendis had already placed throughout the run he pieces together this arc which is just nonstop tension. There are still pieces he's building for a longer game but this stuff with Osborn has been going on since Issue 1 and it finally comes home to roost. This is great world building. Story: Tension tension tension. The pacing here is fantastic, with the pressure and danger slowly amping up. The dialog scenes between Norman and Peter were great and they had weight to it making this confrontation so much more meaningful. The time spent with Harry and MJ and Gwen were also great, this is just a wonderful arc throughout. I don't want to ruin anything, just enjoy the ride. Characters: Before all hell breaks loose there is a lot of character development here and I appreciate that as it made the tail end of this story so much more meaningful. There was plenty of time with Peter and MJ and also some great development between Gwen and Peter. Plus the Harry and Norman stuff was also wonderful. There is a lot of stuff that happens this arc and it does all pay off. Wonderful. Absolutely wonder arc that displays what a good Spidey tale has, heart and consequence. Onward to the next book!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jerome

    This is a great arc in the Ultimate Spider-Man series - in my opinion, the best of the ones I've read (up to Venom - Ugh!). So much is done well here - the story, the pacing, the art; everything seemed to work well together (well, almost everything). If I could give it four and a half stars, I would. There were two things I felt were done especially well: the portrayal of the goblin's insanity and that Peter Parker's emotions. The goblin's insanity is masterfuly done - at one point we are actuall This is a great arc in the Ultimate Spider-Man series - in my opinion, the best of the ones I've read (up to Venom - Ugh!). So much is done well here - the story, the pacing, the art; everything seemed to work well together (well, almost everything). If I could give it four and a half stars, I would. There were two things I felt were done especially well: the portrayal of the goblin's insanity and that Peter Parker's emotions. The goblin's insanity is masterfuly done - at one point we are actually see things through his mind, and witness the manifestation of his dementia, both graphically and in narritive. It makes for quite an effective - if disturbing - scene. And Peter Parker is finally making some sense as a character; he actually reacts as one might expect a teenager in his position to react - terrified. Super powers or no super powers, the Green Goblin Parker faces is monsterously powerful, totally insane, and, worst of all, fully aware of Spider-Man's true identity and making use of it in a threatening way. It's all done in a very convincing manner - the drawings drive the fear home. There are other nice surprises thrown in, that help build fill out the long term character of Peter Parker, adding continuity and connectivity. The Mary Jane/Gwen Tracy portions I like less, but it's harmless overall and doesn't hurt the highlights. Nick Fury comes across as cheesy and annoying.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lloyd

    Though I'm not as well-versed AT ALL with Spider-Man as I am with some other superheroes, I've been making a huge effort to get there lately. I've had the first 11 volumes of Ultimate Spider-Man on my graphic novel shelf for YEARS and when I decided to get in the know on everyone's favorite wall-crawler, I started there. In my very limited exploration of Spider-Man, this has been my favorite book that I've read thus far. The tension with the newly revamped Green Goblin in the beginning of the bo Though I'm not as well-versed AT ALL with Spider-Man as I am with some other superheroes, I've been making a huge effort to get there lately. I've had the first 11 volumes of Ultimate Spider-Man on my graphic novel shelf for YEARS and when I decided to get in the know on everyone's favorite wall-crawler, I started there. In my very limited exploration of Spider-Man, this has been my favorite book that I've read thus far. The tension with the newly revamped Green Goblin in the beginning of the book, the mystery of Nick Fury and SHIELD surfacing, and the all out fun action of the book was amazing. I read this one all in one sitting, basically, totally getting lost in the story with the expert creativeness on all fronts here. This one's truly a book that anyone a little interested in Spider-Man and superhero books could pick up and get into instantly, in my opinion. Highly recommended.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Ledrew

    Again, an amazing update on the original mythos. This version of the Goblin was perfect, and I was gravely disappointed when it was not adapted into either the Raimi or Webb films. The continuation of the Ultimate Universe and Nick Fury's storyline involved here is also perfect, showing different sides to the character and different points of view. Absolutely perfect. Again, an amazing update on the original mythos. This version of the Goblin was perfect, and I was gravely disappointed when it was not adapted into either the Raimi or Webb films. The continuation of the Ultimate Universe and Nick Fury's storyline involved here is also perfect, showing different sides to the character and different points of view. Absolutely perfect.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Raymond

    I’m shocked I’m enjoying Spider-Man as much as I am. Absolutely shocked.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

    These early Ultimate Spider-Man issues are great!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jack Herbert Christal Gattanella

    "I'm late for class!" (says Spiderman/Peter Parker as he swings in a giant, splashy two-page spread) In this volume, following on the events of Spidey fighting Doc Ock, which was broadcast in full on tv, Harry and (gulp) Norman Osborn return. The latter of these two is especially disturbing and upsetting for Peter since, well, remember volume one where Goblin tear-assed in school and made the first real problem for Peter as knowing his identity. what Norman says this time - while he injects himse "I'm late for class!" (says Spiderman/Peter Parker as he swings in a giant, splashy two-page spread) In this volume, following on the events of Spidey fighting Doc Ock, which was broadcast in full on tv, Harry and (gulp) Norman Osborn return. The latter of these two is especially disturbing and upsetting for Peter since, well, remember volume one where Goblin tear-assed in school and made the first real problem for Peter as knowing his identity. what Norman says this time - while he injects himself with discount-Hulk juice - is that he now *owns* Peter, and if he tells... well... hey, I think this scene was sort of redone (though less cartoonishly and more with a sinister edge) in Spiderman Homecoming! Anyway, this is Bendis largely writing straight dramatic, and of course he can do that and do a good job. I almost forgot this is supposed to be the Nick Fury from the Ultimates series, hence the label, and he comes off as... hard-goddamn-headed as you might expect. He's written as a cliche, which is fine, but it rubs a little oddly when compared to how everyone else is written with depth... actually, I'm not totally sure if I was so sold on the bit where Norman has all of those uh... are they voices or hallucinations or actually there side-effects of his deteriorating brain and consciousness when we see the same confrontation twice from his POV? Maybe its not the writing or execution storywise so much as it is the art work which is not too convincing. This is not a letdown from the previous volumes of course, the intensity is certainly kept up and im glad we get to see Peter tested even more directly and personally than before. When he has to get serious and tough he can be, though he doesnt like it or want to exactly. Maybe it... also as another nitpick (though one that contributes to it being 4 stars instead of 5 as ive rated other volumes) some of the action near the end, with Osborn getting even bigger-er from his serum, it gets a little... cartoonish, in the art and in how it escalates to its final big WHOA conclusion (which is certainly different in one respect from te movies). yes. even for Spiderman. But I still really really liked it, just short of loving it if that makes sense, and it's mostly solid.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Phil

    The first half of this book was a little disappointing. It wasn't bad per se, but it dipped in quality compared to the rest of the series. There were some issues with the dialog that should have been caught in the editing stage. The story wasn't bad, I just felt like it didn't stand out too much. So, Harry and Norman Osbourne (and the Goblin) are back in this arc. Peter is dealing with being grounded and trying to figure out whether Norman remembers that he is Spider-Man. There isn't anything ter The first half of this book was a little disappointing. It wasn't bad per se, but it dipped in quality compared to the rest of the series. There were some issues with the dialog that should have been caught in the editing stage. The story wasn't bad, I just felt like it didn't stand out too much. So, Harry and Norman Osbourne (and the Goblin) are back in this arc. Peter is dealing with being grounded and trying to figure out whether Norman remembers that he is Spider-Man. There isn't anything terribly exciting in this portion of the story. Gwen Stacy gets a good setup in regards to Harry, and it softens some of the conflict between Gwen and Mary Jane from the previous volume. The second half of this book was outstanding though. I love the fourth issue in the volume because it flips things by showing things through Norman's perspective, which allows Bagley to play with the art a bit. The style set up in the previous volumes is still there, but it goes in a little bit different direction, which I enjoyed. Plus, S.H.I.E.L.D. and Nick Fury show up in this volume. Their role in the first half is small, but they come into play more in the second half. This more than anything else made Spider-Man feel more connected to something bigger. I'm not sure if that will become important later on or not. After this volume, I'm sort of on the fence about Mary Jane. I think some of her reactions were just over the top.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Aaron Maurer

    So being new to comics and diving into this comic headfirst I keep waiting for my excitement and interest to wane the further along I go. But I have been proven wrong with each story arc. And this one seems to be my favorite yet. While the Green Goblin in huge and I have small memories of a not so big Green Goblin I loved this storyline. I think maybe because I am an educator and watching Peter struggle with the balance of his day to day issues while trying to fit into the larger landscape of life So being new to comics and diving into this comic headfirst I keep waiting for my excitement and interest to wane the further along I go. But I have been proven wrong with each story arc. And this one seems to be my favorite yet. While the Green Goblin in huge and I have small memories of a not so big Green Goblin I loved this storyline. I think maybe because I am an educator and watching Peter struggle with the balance of his day to day issues while trying to fit into the larger landscape of life is what really connects. We all struggle with these thoughts even if we don't have superpowers. And I am excited to see Nick Fury and SHIELD because I know very little about them and want to explore this universe more.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jibug

    So, now I’m starting to like this run. I didn’t think I was going to because the first 3 volumes were meh. The tension and pace drew me in. By far, the green goblin arc is the best so far and I suspect It’ll get even better from here. We get an introduction to Nick Fury who echoes the verbiage from Green Goblin: I own you. This statement leveling the “good” guys on the same playing field as the bad guys and Peter who is forced to play into both their hands. You get the awesome art that illustrat So, now I’m starting to like this run. I didn’t think I was going to because the first 3 volumes were meh. The tension and pace drew me in. By far, the green goblin arc is the best so far and I suspect It’ll get even better from here. We get an introduction to Nick Fury who echoes the verbiage from Green Goblin: I own you. This statement leveling the “good” guys on the same playing field as the bad guys and Peter who is forced to play into both their hands. You get the awesome art that illustrates Norman’s psychosis manifested as these multiplying white globs spewing out noise. Whereas pages before you see his son Harry going through hypnotherapy meant to suppress the noise. So yeah....interesting dynamic.... interesting turn of events. I’m officially all in.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Abhinav Vuppalapati

    Peter Parker Spider-Man is back at it after his epic battle with Kraven The Hunter and Doctor Octopus, except will the Green Goblin end his legacy and change up Spider-Mans path. This Spider-Man was great! I liked it a lot, it gave Peter some challenges and you wonder about how he was going to overcome them, but in the end after everything happens it’s mainly Peter and Mary Jane who send off a type of feeling to the readers that just hits hard and is different, it makes you want to read more abo Peter Parker Spider-Man is back at it after his epic battle with Kraven The Hunter and Doctor Octopus, except will the Green Goblin end his legacy and change up Spider-Mans path. This Spider-Man was great! I liked it a lot, it gave Peter some challenges and you wonder about how he was going to overcome them, but in the end after everything happens it’s mainly Peter and Mary Jane who send off a type of feeling to the readers that just hits hard and is different, it makes you want to read more about Spider-Man, see what’s going to come up, and what’s gonna happen with Peter and Mary, great book enjoying this a lot!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Anna Catherman

    Lots of fun! Art and story both continue to be good here, and it's a wild ride. The Green Goblin was quite creepy, Peter was well-portrayed, as usual, Mary Jane's great, Aunt May is the best (though we don't get very much time with her), Gwen Stacy continues to be...interesting. Nick Fury and SHIELD were actually the least interesting part of the arc, but even that stuff was okay and I'm hoping it has a good pay-off later down the line. At any rate, I'm excited to see where this series is headin Lots of fun! Art and story both continue to be good here, and it's a wild ride. The Green Goblin was quite creepy, Peter was well-portrayed, as usual, Mary Jane's great, Aunt May is the best (though we don't get very much time with her), Gwen Stacy continues to be...interesting. Nick Fury and SHIELD were actually the least interesting part of the arc, but even that stuff was okay and I'm hoping it has a good pay-off later down the line. At any rate, I'm excited to see where this series is heading next!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mike Ezepchick

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was definitely my favorite volume of the series so far. The relationships with Parker and his friends (MJ, Harry, and even Gwen) were explored even further but the best part was definitely the return of Norman Osborne/Green Goblin. The dynamic that Norman knew Parker was Spider-Man was a lot of fun and created a very tense situation, the inclusion of Nick Fury made it even better. The final showdown where Spider-Man was fighting Green Goblin after he kidnapped MJ (all in front of Harry) was This was definitely my favorite volume of the series so far. The relationships with Parker and his friends (MJ, Harry, and even Gwen) were explored even further but the best part was definitely the return of Norman Osborne/Green Goblin. The dynamic that Norman knew Parker was Spider-Man was a lot of fun and created a very tense situation, the inclusion of Nick Fury made it even better. The final showdown where Spider-Man was fighting Green Goblin after he kidnapped MJ (all in front of Harry) was great and the perfect ending to the volume.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Henry Blackwood

    SO MANY TWISTS AND TURNS I love this run. The further I get into this, the more I enjoy it because I don’t have to worry about continuity or any other common comic book pitfall. I just think Bendis has really hit his stride with this one. A perfect Green Goblin story and one of my favourite Spider-Man stories now, too. I love how it connected back up with the first I love little payoffs like this I’m so keen to keep reading.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Brown

    The art was off in this comic but the story was fantastic which is what you'd expect from a veteran Spider-Man writer and the creator of Jessica Jones. http://nicolewbrown.blogspot.com/2018... The art was off in this comic but the story was fantastic which is what you'd expect from a veteran Spider-Man writer and the creator of Jessica Jones. http://nicolewbrown.blogspot.com/2018...

  20. 4 out of 5

    Marloges

    I found this one to be absolutely thrilling since Peter Parker is in absolutely deep shit here and him struggling to find a way out of the situation was really neat. It also introduces Nick Fury in the Spidey-Universe and I kinda liked what they did with him here.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth

    Spider-man saves Mary Jane from the goblin.

  22. 5 out of 5

    B. Rule

    Still good but I'm knocking off a star for some icky and out of character dialogue where multiple people, including Peter, refer to MJ repeatedly as "the girl". In front of her. Hmmm. Still good but I'm knocking off a star for some icky and out of character dialogue where multiple people, including Peter, refer to MJ repeatedly as "the girl". In front of her. Hmmm.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Perry-Larkin

    Keeps getting better and better

  24. 4 out of 5

    Zelly B.

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

  25. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    This was a good storyline with the Green Goblin, Harry coming back and how that effects his relationship with MJ. I think the artwork is starting to grow on me.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

    3 1/2 - 4 stars. It just continues to be great. Interesting developments, further twists on characters, great action and dialogue, and higher stakes.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Quinton Baran

    A creepy rendition of the green goblin.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Josh McInnis

    The best modernized comics of Spider-man. Brian Micheal Bendis has the incredible talent of writing a story fill of intense emotion, action, school life and superheroes.

  29. 5 out of 5

    W.B.

    4.5 Stars

  30. 5 out of 5

    Nomad nimrod

    Art is so-so.

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