Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 1: Back to Basics

Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 1: Back to Basics

An alien invasion attacks New York City and the only one who can stop it is...Spider-Man?! But that's far from all you'll find here - a revelation from the past puts Peter Parker's job, relationships and whole life in jeopardy! And if even that's not enough, you'll see a new roommate, new love interests and a new villain! COLLECTING: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 1-5, FREE COMIC BOOK An alien invasion attacks New York City and the only one who can stop it is...Spider-Man?! But that's far from all you...

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Title:Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 1: Back to Basics
Author:Nick Spencer
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1302912313
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:152 pages pages

Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 1: Back to Basics Reviews

  • Craig
    Feb 02, 2019
    The art is the real saving grace here. Ryan Ottley was born to draw Spiderman. The story is pretty awful, though. Peter Parker, once the head of a multi-national corporation, is reduced to science editor at the Daily Bugle, rooming with 2 roommates to afford rent on a crummy New York a...
  • Jakub Rabyniuk
    Jan 22, 2019
    Kone?n? jsem do?etl první arc Amazing Spider-Mana od Spencera a Ottleyho. Spencer p?ebral sérii po Dannu Slottovi, který jí psal ?ekn?me o dva roky déle, ne? bylo nezbytn? nutné. Spencer se vrací k tradi?n?j?ímu pojetí Spider-Mana, tak?e Peter Parker u? nebude m...
  • Michael
    Jan 12, 2019
    Obwohl ich schon die ersten beiden Hefte, die in diesem TPB enthalten sind, bei Erscheinen gelesen hatte und nicht besonders gelungen fand, habe ich das Paperback gekauft, um Spencers Run noch eine zweite Chance zu geben, vor allem auch in der Hoffnung, dass die Story im größeren Zus...
  • Matt
    Jan 09, 2019
    Collects Amazing Spider-Man (2018) issues #1-5 and Free Comic Book Day 2018 (Amazing Spider-Man/Guardians of the Galaxy) issue #1 I like Nick Spencer as a writer. "Morning Glories" is possibly my favorite comic book series in general. But this new era of "Amazing" should have been s...
  • Justin
    Jan 28, 2019
    Do you like Spider-Man? Obviously, your answers is yes, because why wouldn't it be. Anyway, this is the latest iteration of Spidey over at Marvel and it's a good one. Nick Spencer is bringing both the humor and the humanity, melding fun ideas with the soap opera elements that make for ...
  • Jason
    Dec 30, 2018
    Spider-man has never looked as gorgeous thanks to Ryan Ottley's art. If only they found a writer up to the task of continuing Spider-man's story and who could write something up to the quality of Ryan Ottley's art. Instead they went with Nick Spencer who hasn't met a superhero he di...
  • Will Robinson Jr.
    Jan 05, 2019
    I am not going to be around the bush. I had a lot of reservations about Nick Spencer taking over Spider-man. I was one of the folks who thought he had a great idea for Captain America. His run with that character started out great and the Hydra Cap story arc sounded good on paper but u...
  • Dan
    Dec 26, 2018
    I felt this was a really strong start from new Spider-Man writer Nick Spencer. It's light-hearted Spider-Man fun for the most part with cameos from various villains. Spencer respectfully moves away from the things that Slott set up, pushing Spider-Man in a new direction without complet...
  • Lukas Holmes
    Jan 14, 2019
    Fun story but a little lazy at times. Shock stuff just to do it, undoing of old events, some of the same old same old 'How could it get worse' waaaa waaaa stuff. ...
  • Borja
    Oct 12, 2018
    Con lo que me gusta el dibujo de Ottley (razon por la que lo estoy leyendo), pero no termino de enganchar con las maneras de Nick Spender... ...
  • Scott
    Jan 05, 2019
    Finally Spider-Man is back! No more of the rich industrial world famous scientist - it's just Peter Parker and Spider-Man having problems paying the rent, holding down a job, making bad jokes. The Spider-Man that I fell in love with in the early 70's (wow I'm old) has finally return...
  • Shannon Appelcline
    Jan 22, 2019
    Lately, I have to remind myself why I like Nick Spencer at all. The answer, it turns out is Morning Glories (darn it! come off of hiatus!) and to a slightly lesser extent The Fix, but his Marvel writing has been so much more uneven, and more often mediocre than good, with The Sinister ...
  • Ondra Král
    Jan 06, 2019
    Slott je mrtev, a? ?ije Spencer. Z prvního booku jde místy cítit vymezení v??i p?edchozímu runu, vrací se staré známé postavy (které Dan nem?l rád) a obrovský apel na zodpov?dnost, který po Superiorovi trochu zmizel. Zatím dobrý, uvidíme co bude dál. ...
  • Rory Wilding
    Jan 19, 2019
    For over ten years when Dan Slott was writing The Amazing Spider-Man, a lot has happened towards Peter Parker as he went through ?Brand New Day? and ?Big Time?, he swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus who took over as the Superior Spider-Man and when Peter reclaimed his title, he...
  • Pyramids Ubiquitous
    Dec 11, 2018
    The title 'Back to Basics' is apt because it sticks to what makes Spider-Man work: too many predictable jokes, overstuffed with cameos and villains, the balancing of personas, an overly talkative protagonist. If you've ever read Spider-Man, then you know exactly what to expect. This co...
  • Chad
    Jan 16, 2019
    I have to admit. I threw up in my mouth a little when I cracked this open at the thought of Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man, one of my all-time favorite characters. After reading his books of the last few years, especially his poorly executed evil Cap run, I had more than a little trep...
  • Richard Choate
    Jan 18, 2019
    Just what it says on the tin this volume is back to basics. Pete is down on his luck, he's back with MJ, and he gets to relearn the "with great power comes great responsibility" thing again. If you haven't read Spider-Man in a while this is a fun and hilarious reintroduction to the cha...
  • Norman
    Oct 08, 2018
    I am not really enjoying Nick Spencer writing Spider-Man. I didn't like him in the Superior Foes comics, and I don't like him here. The storylines are whacky, and the writing is just jokes jokes jokes. Everything is written to feel as though we're reading something smart, but it's just...
  • Jack
    Jan 13, 2019
    Almost too jokey-ironic for my taste, but I like Spider-Man too much to not be even slightly charmed by this. I love the visual of The Lizard teaching a science class, and asshole roommate Boomerang is great. That being said Mark Waid?s Daredevil run does the ?hey guys remember tha...
  • Blindzider
    Jan 08, 2019
    Spencer's initial run has a main plot to introduce new readers to exactly who Peter/Spider-Man are. Without giving it away, the plot device has been used before, and feels a little..."soap opera-y" (and yes I realize comics aren't that far from it.) It takes a few issues but you learn ...
  • Shayan
    Nov 16, 2018
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  • Mladen
    Nov 16, 2018
    While many may have grudge against Nick Spencer, for his Captain America run. I unfortunately do not?mostly because I didn?t read his Cap run. However, I did read his Ant-Man run, which made me fall in love with the character. So reading his Spider-Man, it defiantly lived up to my ...
  • AlĂ­ Flores
    Jan 11, 2019
    3.5/5 So, this is Spidey's fresh starts, I read Spencer's run with Cap America and I didn't quite enjoyed it. But I really liked the way he's bringing the classic Spidey to us. But I still don't have that feeling of really liking this, I hope his run gets better as time goes by. Pl...
  • Anthony
    Sep 29, 2018
    Started out really liking it but man it feels way to comedic everyone has jokes and nothing seems to really matter hope things start to settle in on the next arch. Chip zdarsky should of gotten the job writing amazing Spider-Man. Ryan Ottleys art is Amazing cant get enough of his art. ...
  • Malum
    Dec 12, 2018
    2.5 stars. This didn't really click with me. It spent way too much time setting up silly jokes and shenanigans than it did with interesting villains or exciting plots. ...
  • Natalia Terzic
    Jan 29, 2019
    ?Back to Basics? is a perfect title for the first arc in Nick Spencer?s Amazing Spider-Man run. After Dan Slott?s long run, full of heavy storylines that had a massive impact on Earth 616?s Spidey?s life, it feels nice to get a story that?s more grounded and focused and f...
  • Groovy
    Sep 13, 2018
    My only complaint is how the story opened up with everyone openly distrusting/disliking Spidey. When are we going to get past this whole "Spider-Man can't be trusted" schtick, when the man's been apart of just as many teams as, say, Wolverine or Black Widow. Feels a little twite at thi...
  • Ian
    Feb 08, 2019
    Been trying to get into modern spiderman comics for years but I just found the stories and spiderman himself to be uninteresting and unlikeable. This book though is absolutely fantastic. I found myself always wanting to read the next issue and unlike many other comics I kept laughing a...
  • Xander Haan
    Dec 20, 2018
    Amazing Spider-Man Vol. 1: Back to Basics - 4/5 ?'s A solid start to what I could imagine being an amazing (pun intended ;)) comic series. There is a lot to like about this. It brings a lot to the table. Nick Spencer isn't messing around. The story is great. I love Nick Spence...
  • Naomi Ruth
    Dec 22, 2018
    Finally, we're done with the Parker Industries nonsense. This is Peter as every generation has fallen in love with him: down on his luck, constantly falling from one on-fire frying pan into a bigger inferno and then into an even deeper frying pan, and Trying His Best. Failing-yet-succe...