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eBook Spider-Man: Trouble on the Horizon ePub

by Chris Yost,Humberto Ramos,Matthew Clark,Giuseppe Camuncoli,Dan Slott

  • ISBN: 0785160035
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Teens
  • Author: Chris Yost,Humberto Ramos,Matthew Clark,Giuseppe Camuncoli,Dan Slott
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marvel (July 4, 2012)
  • Pages: 112
  • ePub book: 1959 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1342 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 596

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Dan Slott (Author), Chris Yost (Author), Humberto Ramos (Illustrator), Matthew Clark (Illustrator), Giuseppe . Trouble on the Horizon is a bit of a mixed bag but a pretty strong entry overall as Slott seems to be laying the groundwork and gearing up for another epic event.

Dan Slott (Author), Chris Yost (Author), Humberto Ramos (Illustrator), Matthew Clark (Illustrator), Giuseppe Camuncoli (Illustrator) & 2 more. One person found this helpful.

Trouble on the Horizon is a bit of a mixed bag but a pretty strong entry overall as Slott seems to be laying the groundwork and gearing up for another epic event.

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Although Dan Slott is the primary writer of this collection . 2 people found this helpful.

Although Dan Slott is the primary writer of this collection, the first story in this book is written by Mark Waid instead of Dan Slott. It features a team-up because Waid was writing Daredevil at the time.

Humberto Ramos (born 27 November 1970) is a Mexican comic book penciller, best known for his work on American comic books such as Impulse, Runaways, The Spectacular Spider-Man.

Humberto Ramos (born 27 November 1970) is a Mexican comic book penciller, best known for his work on American comic books such as Impulse, Runaways, The Spectacular Spider-Man, The Amazing Spider-Man and his creator-owned series Crimson. Humberto Ramos began his career in 1989 at Kaboom Cómics. He was later hired by DC Comics as the regular penciller for their Flash spin-off Impulse, which launched in March 1995.

Dan Slott, Chris Yost. Artist: Matthew Clark, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Humberto Ramos. Penciller (cover): Mike Del Mundo.

Writers: Dan Slott + Chris Yost, Art team: Giuseppe Camuncoli (Pencils), Klaus Janson (Inks), Frank D’Armata (Color Crayons), Cover Art: Camuncoli + Janson + D’Armata. It seems to be a normal day @ Horizon HQ, Jonah Jr chatting it up with his son in space until they lose a signal. So its up to Peter to save the day! (But with one exception, he doesn’t have a spaceship yet he knows a family that does) So with a drop by to the F4 HQ, where Johnny (welcome back buddy!) has taken some r&r.

New York City is destroyed. Horizon Labs takes center stage in this collection with Peter's coworkers, the mysterious Number Six, and a number of Horizon's projects taking center stage. Like the last trade we have two two-part stories separated by a stand alone story in the middle. Jun 15, 2012 Anthony rated it liked it.

Amazing Spider-man: Trouble on the Horizon. written by Dan Slott & Chris Yost, art by Humberto Ramos, Giuseppe Camuncoli & Matthew Clark. collects Amazing Spider-man 678-681 (including 67. ). The Plot: Spider-man travels one day into the future to discover NYC has been destroyed. Now he has one day to figure out how to prevent it. There are also unrelated stories involving Morbius.

Writer: Dan Slott, Chris Yost Artist: Giuseppe Camuncoli, Humberto Ramos Publisher: Marvel Comics .

Spider-Man: the galaxy’s greatest super hero? Spidey has just saved New York from disaster, it’s a beautiful day, and the only thing on his agenda is enjoying it and wondering what comes tomorrow.

Author Dan Slott, Chris Yost. Illustrator Humberto Ramos, Matthew Clark, Giuseppe Camuncoli. Unknown - Please report. Spider-Man: Trouble on the Horizon (Amazing Spider-Man).

New York City is destroyed ... by Spider-Man?! A glimpse of the future leaves Spider-Man with 12 hours to figure out how to stop it from happening. Can Spidey piece together the puzzle and change destiny, or will this race against the clock lead to the Big Apple's destruction? COLLECTING: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 678-682, 679.1

Comments

caif caif
This is a fun book. The first story is pretty much self contained, with great art and great writing. The last story is a set up to Ends of Earth, but you could essentially read it as a self contained story as well. This last story features Spidey and the Human Torch in space and I loved it. The back and forth between the two characters is so smoothly written, and the art is so on point. One of my favorite Spidey stories in a long time.
Era Era
Loving this run of Amazing Spiderman! Very good, action-packed graphic novel! I'll definitely be picking up the next volumes!
BeatHoWin BeatHoWin
worst story in the whole big time era but still good.
Siratius Siratius
This trade contains Amazing Spider-Man issues #678-681 (including 679.1).

Horizon Labs takes center stage in this collection with Peter's coworkers, the mysterious Number Six, and a number of Horizon's projects taking center stage.

Like the last trade we have two two-part stories separated by a stand alone story in the middle. The opening is the best of the bunch, featuring a neat look at time travel, causality, and choices in the face of impending doom. It's followed by an incident with Number Six that changes Spidey's status quo a bit, highlights more of Horizon's staff and sets up future developments with a classic Spider-Man villain.

We end with a space adventure where something strange is happening to the Horizon space station John Jameson is aboard. This was ok, has some decent twists and relates to ongoing plot lines well, But I'm not a big fan of too much Human Torch/Spidey bickering nor J. Jonah, and this story has enough of both to really drag it down for me.

Trouble on the Horizon is a bit of a mixed bag but a pretty strong entry overall as Slott seems to be laying the groundwork and gearing up for another epic event.
Steep Steep
Spidey's less than grounded adventures are not always his best and that's the case here. Spidey deals with both time travel and outer space and I didn't love either story. While the supporting characters at Horizon Labs are interesting I feel that there are far too many of them. My favorite part of the entire collection was just Peter and MJ talking. I'm old school. The art solid throughout. Overall, a decent read but nothing spectacular.
Madis Madis
Awesome compilation of stories that show why Peter Parker is such a wonderful example of what a superhero should be