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Written by Matt Fraction
Art by Salvador Larroca

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The Sensational Spider-Man (vol. 2) is the name of a comic book series starring Spider-Man and published monthly by Marvel Comics for 41 issues between 2004 and 2007. Formerly it was published under the Marvel Knights imprint (as Marvel Knights Spider-Man , vol. 1, issues #1–22).

The underlying difference between this title and the other Spider-Man titles was that Marvel Knights Spider-Man was done with a more mature slant (in style if not content), thus the "Marvel Knights" prefix.

Intended to replace the canceled Spider-Man's Tangled Web series, Marvel Knights Spider-Man was originally supposed to be written by Kevin Smith , but due to scheduling problems he was replaced by Mark Millar . [ citation needed ] When Millar completed his year-long story arc, he was followed by writer Reginald Hudlin .

With the consolidation of the Marvel Knights line, [1] Marvel Knights Spider-Man was renamed The Sensational Spider-Man as of issue 23. At this time, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa took over writing duties on the book.

The Sensational Spider-Man was canceled after issue 41. Following Joseph Michael Straczynski and Joe Quesada 's " One More Day " storyline the series was canceled to allow The Amazing Spider-Man to be published three times a month starting in 2008.

A second volume of Marvel Knights: Spider-Man , written by Matt Kindt , was published as a limited series in late 2013 and early 2014.

Comic books are expensive. It's becoming more and more difficult to just grab anything shiny off of store shelves. That's why we try to review as many books as possible each week. We typically publish our initial batch Wednesday night, and add more throughout Thursday when we're able. Our rating system is a little different than most. Rather than giving stars or grades, we're providing two-word descriptions that give a sense of a book's overall merit.

Editor's Note: In order to bring you as many advance reviews as possible this week, we're cutting back on their length slightly. We figured it was more important to give you quantity over length. If you have questions, just hop on our free message boards (click here ) and ask away! Sensational Spider-Man Annual #1
Written by Matt Fraction
Art by Salvador Larroca

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The Sensational Spider-Man (vol. 2) is the name of a comic book series starring Spider-Man and published monthly by Marvel Comics for 41 issues between 2004 and 2007. Formerly it was published under the Marvel Knights imprint (as Marvel Knights Spider-Man , vol. 1, issues #1–22).

The underlying difference between this title and the other Spider-Man titles was that Marvel Knights Spider-Man was done with a more mature slant (in style if not content), thus the "Marvel Knights" prefix.

Intended to replace the canceled Spider-Man's Tangled Web series, Marvel Knights Spider-Man was originally supposed to be written by Kevin Smith , but due to scheduling problems he was replaced by Mark Millar . [ citation needed ] When Millar completed his year-long story arc, he was followed by writer Reginald Hudlin .

With the consolidation of the Marvel Knights line, [1] Marvel Knights Spider-Man was renamed The Sensational Spider-Man as of issue 23. At this time, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa took over writing duties on the book.

The Sensational Spider-Man was canceled after issue 41. Following Joseph Michael Straczynski and Joe Quesada 's " One More Day " storyline the series was canceled to allow The Amazing Spider-Man to be published three times a month starting in 2008.

A second volume of Marvel Knights: Spider-Man , written by Matt Kindt , was published as a limited series in late 2013 and early 2014.

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The Sensational Spider-Man  is a 2013 superhero action film and a reboot of the Spider-Man film series. It stars Josh Hutcherson as the titular hero, Amanda Seyfried as his love interest Gwen Stacy and Jason Isaacs as the main villain, Quentin Beck. The film was directed by Josh Trank and scored by Brian Tyler. It is the first Spider-Man film in the Marvel Movie Universe .

Peter Parker is a lowly high-school nerd who lives with his aunt and uncle in New York. His only friend is Harry Osborn; however, Harry is the son of billionaire industrialist Norman Osborn. During a school field trip to a genetics lab, Peter barely manages to speak to his crush, Gwen Stacy. However, he is distracted when a genetically altered spider escapes confinement and bites his hand. 

Peter returns home and begins to get strange feelings as the spider's DNA combines with his own. He passes out and wakes to find that he has gained spider-like abilities. He quickly slaps together a costume, planning to enter a nearby wrestling tournament and use his abilities to win and buy an expensive car to impress Gwen. However, following a wrestling match, he gets into an argument with the owner and is not paid. He then spots the man chasing after a burgular who has robbed him; Peter declines the offer to catch the criminal, instead actually helping him to flee, telling the victim that catching criminals is not his problem.

Peter is shocked when he returns home to find the police outside of his house and Aunt May crying. A police officer explains to him that Uncle Ben was fatally shot by a home intruder. The police reveal that the man had a tattoo on his wrist; Peter remembers the same tattoo from the thief he had prievously let escape, and to his horror, he realises that he let his uncle's killer get away.

The shock entices Peter to don a newly redesigned version of his wrestling costume to become the vigilante 'Spider-Man.' He sets out on a mission to hunt down his uncle's killer, attacking petty criminals and checking their wrists for tattoos. Peter eventually spots the same burglar engaged in a car chase with the police. The thug evades the police, but Peter follows him to a warehouse. He confronts the man and disarms him; the terrified man begins to suffer from a heart attack. Not wishing to sink to his level and kill a man, Peter reaches to help him, but the man reacts fearfully and falls through a window. Peter decides to continue his vendetta against crime as Spider-Man.

Meanwhile, Hollywood special effects artist and professional illusionist Quentin Beck's career is going slowly down the toilet. When he is kicked from an upcoming summer blockbuster, he decides to use his knowledge to become a supervillain and take revenge. Creating his own costume, Beck becomes Mysterio, a deadly enigma who begins to plot his terrifying vengance, which culminates in his plan to sabotage the film premiere. 

Comic books are expensive. It's becoming more and more difficult to just grab anything shiny off of store shelves. That's why we try to review as many books as possible each week. We typically publish our initial batch Wednesday night, and add more throughout Thursday when we're able. Our rating system is a little different than most. Rather than giving stars or grades, we're providing two-word descriptions that give a sense of a book's overall merit.

Editor's Note: In order to bring you as many advance reviews as possible this week, we're cutting back on their length slightly. We figured it was more important to give you quantity over length. If you have questions, just hop on our free message boards (click here ) and ask away! Sensational Spider-Man Annual #1
Written by Matt Fraction
Art by Salvador Larroca

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Comic books are expensive. It's becoming more and more difficult to just grab anything shiny off of store shelves. That's why we try to review as many books as possible each week. We typically publish our initial batch Wednesday night, and add more throughout Thursday when we're able. Our rating system is a little different than most. Rather than giving stars or grades, we're providing two-word descriptions that give a sense of a book's overall merit.

Editor's Note: In order to bring you as many advance reviews as possible this week, we're cutting back on their length slightly. We figured it was more important to give you quantity over length. If you have questions, just hop on our free message boards (click here ) and ask away! Sensational Spider-Man Annual #1
Written by Matt Fraction
Art by Salvador Larroca

IGN uses cookies and other tracking technologies to customize online advertisements, and for other purposes. IGN supports the Digital Advertising Alliance principles.

The Sensational Spider-Man (vol. 2) is the name of a comic book series starring Spider-Man and published monthly by Marvel Comics for 41 issues between 2004 and 2007. Formerly it was published under the Marvel Knights imprint (as Marvel Knights Spider-Man , vol. 1, issues #1–22).

The underlying difference between this title and the other Spider-Man titles was that Marvel Knights Spider-Man was done with a more mature slant (in style if not content), thus the "Marvel Knights" prefix.

Intended to replace the canceled Spider-Man's Tangled Web series, Marvel Knights Spider-Man was originally supposed to be written by Kevin Smith , but due to scheduling problems he was replaced by Mark Millar . [ citation needed ] When Millar completed his year-long story arc, he was followed by writer Reginald Hudlin .

With the consolidation of the Marvel Knights line, [1] Marvel Knights Spider-Man was renamed The Sensational Spider-Man as of issue 23. At this time, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa took over writing duties on the book.

The Sensational Spider-Man was canceled after issue 41. Following Joseph Michael Straczynski and Joe Quesada 's " One More Day " storyline the series was canceled to allow The Amazing Spider-Man to be published three times a month starting in 2008.

A second volume of Marvel Knights: Spider-Man , written by Matt Kindt , was published as a limited series in late 2013 and early 2014.

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The Sensational Spider-Man  is a 2013 superhero action film and a reboot of the Spider-Man film series. It stars Josh Hutcherson as the titular hero, Amanda Seyfried as his love interest Gwen Stacy and Jason Isaacs as the main villain, Quentin Beck. The film was directed by Josh Trank and scored by Brian Tyler. It is the first Spider-Man film in the Marvel Movie Universe .

Peter Parker is a lowly high-school nerd who lives with his aunt and uncle in New York. His only friend is Harry Osborn; however, Harry is the son of billionaire industrialist Norman Osborn. During a school field trip to a genetics lab, Peter barely manages to speak to his crush, Gwen Stacy. However, he is distracted when a genetically altered spider escapes confinement and bites his hand. 

Peter returns home and begins to get strange feelings as the spider's DNA combines with his own. He passes out and wakes to find that he has gained spider-like abilities. He quickly slaps together a costume, planning to enter a nearby wrestling tournament and use his abilities to win and buy an expensive car to impress Gwen. However, following a wrestling match, he gets into an argument with the owner and is not paid. He then spots the man chasing after a burgular who has robbed him; Peter declines the offer to catch the criminal, instead actually helping him to flee, telling the victim that catching criminals is not his problem.

Peter is shocked when he returns home to find the police outside of his house and Aunt May crying. A police officer explains to him that Uncle Ben was fatally shot by a home intruder. The police reveal that the man had a tattoo on his wrist; Peter remembers the same tattoo from the thief he had prievously let escape, and to his horror, he realises that he let his uncle's killer get away.

The shock entices Peter to don a newly redesigned version of his wrestling costume to become the vigilante 'Spider-Man.' He sets out on a mission to hunt down his uncle's killer, attacking petty criminals and checking their wrists for tattoos. Peter eventually spots the same burglar engaged in a car chase with the police. The thug evades the police, but Peter follows him to a warehouse. He confronts the man and disarms him; the terrified man begins to suffer from a heart attack. Not wishing to sink to his level and kill a man, Peter reaches to help him, but the man reacts fearfully and falls through a window. Peter decides to continue his vendetta against crime as Spider-Man.

Meanwhile, Hollywood special effects artist and professional illusionist Quentin Beck's career is going slowly down the toilet. When he is kicked from an upcoming summer blockbuster, he decides to use his knowledge to become a supervillain and take revenge. Creating his own costume, Beck becomes Mysterio, a deadly enigma who begins to plot his terrifying vengance, which culminates in his plan to sabotage the film premiere. 

The Sensational Spider-Man is a comic book series starring Spider-Man published by Marvel Comics for 35 issues (#0–33, with # -1 published in July 1997 between #17 and #18), from January 1996 until November 1998.

The Sensational Spider-Man was first used as the title for a prestige format one-shot special called The Sensational Spider-Man: Nothing Can Stop the Juggernaut ( ISBN   0-87135-572-8 ) in 1989 from Marvel Comics which reprinted The Amazing Spider-Man issues #229 and #230 (originally published in 1982).

The ongoing The Sensational Spider-Man series was initially conceived to be the flagship showcase for the new Ben Reilly Spider-Man. It replaced the Web of Spider-Man series.

The initial seven issues (#0–6, January–July 1996) were written and pencilled by Dan Jurgens , who had helped revive interest in Superman for DC Comics in the mid-1990s. Jurgens pushed strongly for the restoration of Peter Parker as the true Spider-Man and plans were made to enact this soon, but Bob Harras , the new Editor-in-chief, demanded the story be deferred until after the Onslaught crossover. Jurgens had by this stage become disillusioned with the immense amount of group planning and constant changes of ideas and directions and took this as the last straw, resigning from the title.

He was succeeded by writer Todd DeZago and penciller Mike Wieringo , who remained as the title's regular creative team for the remainder of its run. It lasted for 35 issues (33 regularly numbered issues as well as an initial issue "0" and the "-1" Flashback issue, released mid-run).

In February 2006, with issue #23, the series Marvel Knights Spider-Man was moved from the Marvel Knights imprint and renamed The Sensational Spider-Man volume 2 .

Comic books are expensive. It's becoming more and more difficult to just grab anything shiny off of store shelves. That's why we try to review as many books as possible each week. We typically publish our initial batch Wednesday night, and add more throughout Thursday when we're able. Our rating system is a little different than most. Rather than giving stars or grades, we're providing two-word descriptions that give a sense of a book's overall merit.

Editor's Note: In order to bring you as many advance reviews as possible this week, we're cutting back on their length slightly. We figured it was more important to give you quantity over length. If you have questions, just hop on our free message boards (click here ) and ask away! Sensational Spider-Man Annual #1
Written by Matt Fraction
Art by Salvador Larroca

IGN uses cookies and other tracking technologies to customize online advertisements, and for other purposes. IGN supports the Digital Advertising Alliance principles.

The Sensational Spider-Man (vol. 2) is the name of a comic book series starring Spider-Man and published monthly by Marvel Comics for 41 issues between 2004 and 2007. Formerly it was published under the Marvel Knights imprint (as Marvel Knights Spider-Man , vol. 1, issues #1–22).

The underlying difference between this title and the other Spider-Man titles was that Marvel Knights Spider-Man was done with a more mature slant (in style if not content), thus the "Marvel Knights" prefix.

Intended to replace the canceled Spider-Man's Tangled Web series, Marvel Knights Spider-Man was originally supposed to be written by Kevin Smith , but due to scheduling problems he was replaced by Mark Millar . [ citation needed ] When Millar completed his year-long story arc, he was followed by writer Reginald Hudlin .

With the consolidation of the Marvel Knights line, [1] Marvel Knights Spider-Man was renamed The Sensational Spider-Man as of issue 23. At this time, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa took over writing duties on the book.

The Sensational Spider-Man was canceled after issue 41. Following Joseph Michael Straczynski and Joe Quesada 's " One More Day " storyline the series was canceled to allow The Amazing Spider-Man to be published three times a month starting in 2008.

A second volume of Marvel Knights: Spider-Man , written by Matt Kindt , was published as a limited series in late 2013 and early 2014.

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Jennifer Lawrence »
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