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by Stan Lee,Keith Pollard,Al Milgrom,Sal Buscema,Marv Wolfman

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0785162658
Author:
Stan Lee,Keith Pollard,Al Milgrom,Sal Buscema,Marv Wolfman
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English
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Marvel (July 18, 2012)
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Written by Marv Wolfman and Stan Lee, Spider-Man: Return of the Burglar reprints this . The book kicks things off as Spider-Man takes on the Fly in an interesting encounter.

Written by Marv Wolfman and Stan Lee, Spider-Man: Return of the Burglar reprints this Marvel Milestone in the Spider-Man mythos, that features the return of the man who shot and killed Uncle Ben. Marvel wanted to make Spider-Man a big deal back then and they succeeded with this, by bringing Spider-Man face to face with the man who made him truly understand, "With Great Power. The Fly is just as strong as Spider-Man, and his 360 degree vision seems to be a match for Spider-Man's "spider-sense", since Spidey can't get the drop on him.

Keith Pollard (Illustrations). Al Milgrom (Illustrations).

Throughout his legendary career, no matter the countless quips and jibes. Spider-Man: Return of the Burglar. Amazing Spider-Man (1963) by. Marv Wolfman (Text), Stan Lee (Text). Keith Pollard (Illustrations). Sal Buscema (Illustrations). Throughout his legendary career, no matter the countless quips and jibes he's uttered, the Amazing Spider-Man has never forgotten one irresponsible moment that forever hangs over his head.

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By (author) Marv Wolfman, By (artist) Stan Lee, By (artist) Keith Pollard. Spider-man: The Complete Clone Saga Epic Book 3. J. M. DeMatteis. So what happens when the burglar who shot his beloved Uncle Ben comes back into Spidey's life? Suffice to say, a story quite unlike any other ever recorded in the history of our hero. As if that wasn't enough, this cathartic collection includes the Kingpin, Mysterio, the Fly, and the first appearance of the Black Cat! COLLECTING: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 193-200 show more.

Authors: Marv Wolfman, and Stan Lee. Artists: Al Milgrom, and 2 more

Authors: Marv Wolfman, and Stan Lee. Artists: Al Milgrom, and 2 more. Published by: Marvel Comics. Spider-Man’s first true enemy the burglar who killed his beloved Uncle Ben has returned on a hunt that threatens the rest of the Parker family, even as the web-slinger first crosses paths with the lovely and larcenous Black Cat! Meanwhile, The Kingpin’s on a deadline to see Spidey dead! Plus: Mysterio and The Fly, mysteries and breakdowns, crisis after crisis, and more! Collecting Amazing Spider-Man (1963) Cover subject to change.

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So what happens when the burglar who shot his beloved Uncle Ben comes back into Spidey's life? Suffice to say, a story quite unlike any other ever recorded in the history of our hero.

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This Stan Lee/Steve Ditko tale was a fascinating two-parter where Spider-Man finds himself in the middle of a war . 39. "Return of the Burglar," Amazing Spider-Man.

This Stan Lee/Steve Ditko tale was a fascinating two-parter where Spider-Man finds himself in the middle of a war between the mysterious Crime-Master and the Green Goblin. The Crime-Master and the Green Goblin know each other's secret identity, so they are sort of stuck together. However, the Crime-Master turns on the Green Goblin and tries to take control of the New York mob all by himself. "Return of the Burglar," Amazing Spider-Man Written by Marv Wolfman and drawn by Sal Bucema ( Keith Pollard ( and Jim Mooney, issue is really the issue people voted for, but the storyline is really for the full deal.

Throughout his legendary career, no matter the countless quips and jibes he's uttered, the Amazing Spider-Man has never forgotten one irresponsible moment that forever hangs over his head. So what happens when the burglar who shot his beloved Uncle Ben comes back into Spidey's life? Suffice to say, a story quite unlike any other ever recorded in the history of our hero. As if that wasn't enough, this cathartic collection includes the Kingpin, Mysterio, the Fly, and the first appearance of the Black Cat! COLLECTING: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 193-200
  • Andriodtargeted
Probably the definitive Spider-man arc of the late 1970's, this story closes the chapter of the burglar who ultimately was the reason for the creation of Spider-man. Written by Marv Wolfman (with an assist by Stan Lee in issue 200), this story introduces The Black Cat, resurrects Mysterio, sees Wilson Fisk contemplate giving up crime and provides the ultimate fate for the burglar that shot Uncle Ben on that fateful night.

While this may read as just another collection of random issues there are a few story threads that bind these issues together into one story. I won't spoil it except to say, READ THIS NOW. BUY THIS NOW. Collects issues 193 to 200 of Amazing Spider-man.
  • MrCat
Collecting Amazing Spider-man #193-200, Spider-Man: Return of the Burglar features the return of the man, known simply as "the Burglar," who killed Uncle Ben back in Amazing Fantasy #15. Here, we find out why the Burglar broke into the Parker home all those years ago. While the Burglar is the focal point of the overall story arc, it also features Spidey villains Human Fly, Kingpin, and Mysterio, and Black Cat's debut and subsequent origin. The story also features a great sub-plot involving J. Jonah Jameson having a breakdown. The Burglar appears in every issue of the book, for the most part holding hostage the director of Restwell Nursing Home, Dr. Ludwig Rhinehart, in order to get info out of new resident May Parker. Unknown to the Burglar, Rhinehart is really super-criminal Mysterio, using the same fake alias he used way back in ASM #24 (which isn't a great idea, considering Spidey realizes this halfway through the book, although given his love of theatrics and his hatred of Spider-man, Mysterio probably wanted Spidey to figure it out). The Burglar and Spidey don't meet face-to-face until the double-sized #200, but what makes this final confrontation so great is the fact that Spidey is soundly defeated by his villains one way or another in every prior issue, so Spidey is mad as Hell and more determined than ever to take down the Burglar.

All the issues are great, not a bad one in the bunch. Even the first issue in the collection, a battle between Spidey and C-lister Human Fly, was pretty good, which is a testament to the quality of the writing. Also of note is the battle between Kingpin and Spidey in #197. Kingpin's wife Vanessa has given him 24 hours to decide between her or a life of crime. Fisk chooses to leave his life of crime behind, but not before destroying his old foe Spider-man before the 24 hours are up. This issue is almost all action, a knock-down-drag-out fight between Kingpin and Spidey. Since he went on to become Daredevil's arch-foe, many people forgot how strong Kingpin is, and here he's more than a match in brute strength for Spider-man. Kingpin is easily one of my favorite villains of all time, so I really enjoyed this issue.

This is a great collection with many classic stories, including Kingpin's brief retirement, the debut of Black Cat, and the final fate of the Burglar. If you're a Spider-man fan, you can't afford to pass this up.
  • Marad
The hardcover is gorgeous!

The extra information is fun, but some of it is long and repetitive. The extra information also cuts back and forth to what happened and what happens in later comics, so if you are reading in order, it can be a tad spoiler-ish. In some cases, since the volumes I have afterwards will sometimes brush over a part of the connected story, the extra information gives some more detail into what happened, so in that sense it was more helpful.

The story and art does not need to be discussed much to get to the point of "Yes, get it!" It's a wonderful classic that goes into the person who essentially accidentally made Spider-Man! A must for fans, especially if you love Black Cat!
  • Kamuro
older art work, but still very challenging to not enjoy this. liked it from front to back.
  • Velellan
Spider-Man is on the trail of the Human Fly, which leads him back to the museum where this thing began. The Fly makes an attempt to steal some artifacts and Spider-Man intends on stopping him and bringing him in. While this is going on, Spider-Man believes there was a chance Jameson unmasked him while he was unconscious, and he's wondering what's on Jameson's mind if he really did. -summary

This is one TPB I had been waiting for Marvel to get around to for a very long time. I had a feeling they were going to bring the goods with some noteworthy back issues and they delivered. Written by Marv Wolfman and Stan Lee, Spider-Man: Return of the Burglar reprints this Marvel Milestone in the Spider-Man mythos, that features the return of the man who shot and killed Uncle Ben. Marvel wanted to make Spider-Man #200 a big deal back then and they succeeded with this, by bringing Spider-Man face to face with the man who made him truly understand, "With Great Power... Comes Great Responsibility". This TPB collects Amazing Spider-Man 193 - 200.

The book kicks things off as Spider-Man takes on the Fly in an interesting encounter. The Fly is just as strong as Spider-Man, and his 360 degree vision seems to be a match for Spider-Man's "spider-sense", since Spidey can't get the drop on him. The story doesn't have the kind of ending Spider-Man fans would like to see, because it's meant to add to his overall stresses taking place in his normal life. Later on, he meets the Black Cat for the first time, and a feud goes on between them. Now, this story actually takes two issues from the Spider-Man vs. Black Cat TPB, thus, to a certain degree lowering the value of that book a little. Some people will have a problem with this double dipping, but seriously, those stories had to be added because there are important plot points that take place, which play into later parts of the story.

The battle against the Black Cat is fun watching her match all of Spider-Man's powers with her acrobatics and more specifically her flirting. However, it's the next two battles that take this book up a notch, as Spider-Man is forced to face the Kingpin with one of his arms broken, which puts this battle completely in Kingpin's favor. For those who may not know, Kingpin is not an overly fat guy, in fact, his entire body is made up of solid muscle, in which Daredevil nearly broke both of his hands hitting the man. Plus Kingpin's fighting skill and speed are on a level to where he battled Captain America to a draw, plus defeated Punisher and the Red Skull. In short, he is no pushover.

The next awesome fight is against the Master of Illusion Mysterio and his tricks. I found this to be among their best encounters since it builds off of their previous ones. The toughest part about fighting Mysterio is being fooled by what's real and what's not. Despite Spider-Man knowing this, it doesn't make this encounter any less difficult which results in this battle being very lethal. The confrontation with the burglar effects Spider-Man on an emotional level, and in combination with all the other story elements coming together, this story is just too good. Character development is present as usual with Spider-Man's personal life coming into play; he has to deal with Aunt May's health threatening condition, and you learn even more how important she is to him.

I really enjoy the artwork; the facial expressions are done well especially when Peter Parker finally gets his hands on the burglar. You can feel the emotions flying between the two. The action panels are also really fun to watch, with an exchange of big blows between Spider-Man and Kingpin. The Black Cat is drawn pretty nice as to be expected. Outside of the dated feel everything looks good.

In regards to complaints; I can see the double dipping from Spider-Man vs. Black Cat being an issue for some. Marvel probably could have summarized the Black Cat story and only noted what was of importance. Personally, it doesn't bother me much because it's only two stories taken from there out of six. Therefore, that book is still very readable and recommended. This is also highly recommended as well, since it has a good deal of action, strong stories, and doesn't require plenty of knowledge to get into. If you enjoy superheroes at all, then give this a look.

Pros: Solid stories and one Marvel Milestone

Cons: Double dipping may annoy some people