Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Review: SPIDER-MAN: Life Story #1

SPIDER-MAN: LIFE STORY No. 1
MARVEL COMICS – @Marvel

[This review was originally posted on Patreon.]

STORY: Chip Zdarsky
PENCILS: Mark Bagley
INKS: John Dell
COLORS: Frank D'Armata
LETTERS: Travis Lanham
EDITOR: Tom Brevoort
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Akira Yoshida a.k.a. C.B. Cebulski
COVER: Chip Zdarsky
VARIANT COVER ARTISTS: Marcos Martin; Greg Smallwood; Skottie Young
36pp, Color, $4.99 U.S. (May 2019)

Rated  “T”

Spider-Man created by Steve Ditko and Stan Lee

Spider-Man is the classic Marvel Comics superhero that readers first met in Amazing Fantasy #15 (cover dated: August 1962).  The Amazing Spider-Man #1 (cover date: March 1963) was the beginning of the first Spider-Man title, as we followed his adventures and his secret life as a teenager and high school student named Peter Parker.  Over the years, a legion of Spider-Man writers depicted Peter Parker graduating from high school, going to college, becoming a college graduate student, a working stiff, a freelancer, an employee, etc.

Spider-Man: Life Story is a new comic book miniseries tells the story of Peter Parker and Spider-Man in real time, depicting his life from beginning to end.  Spider-Man: Life Story is written by Chip Zdarsky; drawn by Mark Bagley (pencils) and John Dell (inker); colored by Frank D'Armata; and letterer Travis Lanham.  “Life Story” is set against the events of the decades through which Spider-Man has lived.  The conceit of this series is as follows (as described by Marvel Comics:

In 1962, in Amazing Fantasy #15, 15-year-old Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive spider and became the Amazing Spider-Man! Fifty-seven years have passed in the real world since that event - so what would have happened if the same amount of time passed for Peter as well?

Spider-Man: Life Story #1 opens in 1966, four years after the events depicted in Amazing Fantasy #15.  Peter has one left year in college, but that is not all that is on his mind.  He has money woes, and as more young men his age are drafted to serve in the Vietnam War, Peter starts to wonder if Spider-Man should also serve in the conflict.  As his old rival, Flash Thompson, prepares to leave for Vietnam, Peter really starts to weigh the question of where his responsibility truly lies.  Meanwhile, a dangerous foe reappears, threatening Spider-Man's secrets.

Spider-Man: Life Story #1 is just the kind of first issue with which a prestige or “high-end” miniseries should open.  This is the kind of wonderful read that will make readers come back for the second issue.  Simply put, it is quite well written by Chip Zdarsky, who is proving to be a writer with classic storytelling chops.  What I mean by that is that Zdarsky focuses on spinning comic book yarns (1) that are true to the core of the characters, (2) that have successful superhero action scenes, and (3) that also have a modern sensibility.  In this way, Zdarsky's Spider-Man: Life Story #1 reminds me of Brian Michael Bendis' Ultimate Spider-Man #1 (cover dated:  October 2000), a modern take on Spider-Man that had a classic Spider-Man sensibility.

Another reason that I am reminded of Ultimate Spider-Man is that the penciler of Spider-Man: Life Story #1 is Mark Bagley, who was the long-time artist on Ultimate Spider-Man, drawing just under 120 issues.  Bagley is a consummate superhero comic book artist, whose storytelling is straightforward.  His graphic style is not overly stylish, but, once again, his art looks like classic superhero comic book art from the 1960s and 1970s.

I thought I might like Spider-Man: Life Story #1, but I often only read the first issue of a miniseries even when I like it enough to be interested in future issues.  I plan to read more Spider-Man: Life Story, and I am eagerly awaiting that second issue.

8.5 out of 10

Reviewed by Leroy Douresseaux a.k.a. "I Reads You"


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DC CINEMA - From THR:  Michael Giacchino, who provided the musical score for both of Marvel Studios' "Spider-Man" films, will provide the musical score for Matt Reeves, "The Batman."

From Newsarama:  DC Comics introduces a new format, "Prestige Plus."

COMICS TV - From Newsarama:  Mike Mignola has announced that he is working on a live-action TV series, "The Forever House," which will features stories based on folklore from around the world.

DC CINEMA - From TheWrap:  Halle Berry, who played Catwoman in 2004, sends new Catwoman, Zoe Kravitz, a shout-out via Twitter.

DC CINEMA - From Variety:  Paul Dano is in talks to play "The Riddler" in "The Batman" film.

From BleedingCool:  Image Comics is planning a line of creator-led imprints, similar to what DC Comics does with "Wonder Comics" (Brian Michael Bendis) and Hill House (Joe Hill).

COMICS TV - From Deadline:  Jeff Smith's comic book, "Bone," will finally get its long-waited animated treatment, as an animated series on Netflix.

DC CINEMA - From Deadline:  Two-time Oscar-nominated actor Jonah Hill is reportedly no longer in talks to play a villain in Matt Reeves' "The Batman."

From Newsarama:  Kevin Feige will oversee a restructured/reunified Marvel Entertainment and Marvel Studios.

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DC CINEMA - From TheWrap:  Zoe Kravitz has been cast in Matt Reeves' "The Batman" which begins filming in January 2020.

From CBB:  In "Sorry, Not Sorry," writer Philip Schweier talks about the response to comics criticism and reviews.

From PRNewswire:  Saturday, October 26, 2019, fans can get free comics for Halloween from participating comic book shops.  It's "Halloween ComicFest!"

From BBC:  A look at Marvel's past 80 years.

From WABC:  An interview with Marvel Entertainment's Joe Quesada.

From Newsarama:  The site offers a preview of 10 images from "Legion of Super-Heroes #1, which arrives in stores Nov. 6th, 2019.

From Newsarama:  Artist Andre Lima Araujo says that he and writer Brian Michael Bendis are developing a creator owned title for Bendis' "Jinxworld" line, currently at DC Comics.

From ComicBook:  There is yet another "My Hero Academia" manga, "My Hero Academia: Team Up Mission."

From TVLine:  See the first superhero group photo from The CW's "Crisis on Infinite Earths" story line that crosses through the network's superhero TV series, beginning with "Arrow."

From Newsarama:  Veteran inker Mike DeCarlo is in dire financial distress and needs help.

DC COMICS 5G - From BleedingCool:  More gossip about DC Comics "5G" event.  Rumors say Wonder Woman will be the first major hero to die or be replaced.

From BleedingCool:  One of the NYCC 2019 panels was “Comics and Hollywood: What Comic Creators Need to Know Now”.

From Variety:  Actor, comedian, and game show host, Wayne Brady, will have a recurring role on The CW's "Black Lightning."  He will reportedly play a "super-solider" named Tyson "Gravedigger" Spikes.

From Truthout:  The article talks about veteran voice actor, Vic Mignogna (Fullmetal Alchemist, RWBY) who has been accused of sexual misconduct, and the accusations, lawsuits, fan support, and #MeToo implications surrounding him.

From CBR:  Hanna Collins lists 10 things comic books can learn from manga.

DC CINEMA - From Newsarama:  The new film, "Joker," continues to storm October box office records.  It now has the biggest October Monday and Tuesday in terms of money made at the box office on those two days.

From CriticalHit:  The 14 biggest comic book announcements at New York Comic Con 2019.

DC CINEMA - From Deadline:   Peter Bart writes: How Jack Nicholson’s Batman Freak-Out Helped Build The Mythology Behind ‘Joker’

From Newsarama:  Beloved actor and Monty Python alum, John Cleese, will make a rare comic book convention appearance at Planet Comicon Kansas City on March 20th and 21st, 2020.  The convention runs from Friday, March 20th to Sunday, March 22nd, 2020.

Marvel TV - From TheWrap:  Marvel TV is producing a TV series, "Helstrom," based on Marvel Comics' "Helstrom" comic book.  Tom Austen and Sydney Lemmon will star.

From TheAtlantic:  The magazines profiles "Batman: The Killing Joke," the 1988 one-shot comic book by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland that obviously influenced Todd Phillips' "Joker" film.

COMICS TV - From Variety:  Aquaman director James Wan has signed on to co-produce the TV adaptation of the Italian comics series, "Dylan Dog," with Italian comics publisher, Sergio Bonelli Editore.

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NYCC - From Newsarama:  It's official.  Chris Claremont will be doing more work for Marvel in 2020, including a secret X-Men project.

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OCTOBER 2019 COMICS SOLICITATIONS:
From Newsarama:  AC Comics for October 2019
From BleedingCool:  Ahoy Comics for October 2019
From BleedingCool:  Albatross Funnybooks for October 2019
From BleedingCool:  Antarctic Press for October 2019
From Newsarama:  BOOM! Studios for October 2019
From BleedingCool:  Dark Horse Comics for October 2019
From Newsarama:  DC Comics for October 2019
From Newsarama:  Hero Tomorrow for October 2019
From Newsarama:  IDW Publishing for October 2019
From BleedingCool:  Image Comics for October 2019
From BleedingCool:  Keenspot Entertainment for October 2019
From Newsarama:  Lion Forge for October 2019
From Newsarama:  Mad Cave Studios for October 2019
From Newsarama:  Marvel Comics for October 2019
From Newsarama:  Oni Press for October 2019
From Newsarama:  Scout Comics for October 2019
From Newsarama:  Titan Comics for October 2019
From Newsarama:  Valiant Comics for October 2019
From Newsarama:  Vault Comics for October 2019
From Newsarama:  VIZ Media for October 2019
From Newsarama:  A Wave Blue World for October 2019
From Newsarama:  Yen Press for October 2019

HALLOWEEN COMICFEST 2019:
From Newsarama:  28 comic book titles for the industry's fall event taking place Saturday, October 26, 2019 at participating comic shops worldwide.

DC's HILL HOUSE COMICS Debut Solicitations:
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NOVEMBER 2019 COMICS SOLICITATIONS:
From BleedingCool:  Ablaze for November 2019
From BleedingCool:  Action Lab for Novmeber 2019
From BleedingCool:  Aftershock Comics for November 2019
From Newsarama:  Ahoy Comics for November 2019
From Newsarama:  Archie Comics for November 2019
From Newsarama:  BOOM Studios for November 2019
From Newsarama:  DC Comics for November 2019
From BleedingCool:  Dynamite Entertainment for November 2019
From Newsarama:  Fantagraphics Books for November 2019
From BleedingCool:  Image Comics for November 2019
From Newsarama:  Lion Forge for November 2019
From Newsarama:  Mad Cave Studios for November 2019
From Newsarama:  Marvel Comics for November 2019
From BleedingCool:  Oni Press for November 2019
From Newsarama:  Scout Comics for November 2019
From BleedingCool:  Source Point Press for November 2019
From BleedingCool:  Titan Comics for November 2019
From Newsarama:  Valiant Entertainment for November 2019
From Newsarama:  Vault Comics for November 2019
From Newsarama:  VIZ Media for November 2019

NOVEMBER 2019 "ADVANCED" COMICS SOLICITATIONS:
From Newsarama:  DC Comics advanced solicitations for November 2019 (for acetate covers)
From Newsarama:  "Dawn of X" for November 2019
From BleedingCool:  DC Comics for 2019 with some guessing on the site's part


DECEMBER 2019 COMICS SOLICITATIONS:
From Newsarama:  Antarctic Press for December 2019
From Newsarama:  Archie Comics for December 2019
From Newsarama:  Dark Horse Comics for December 2019
From Newsarama:  DC Comics for December 2019
From Newsarama:  Image Comics for December 2019
From Newsarama:  Marvel Comics for December 2019
From BleedingCool:  Oni Press for December 2019
From Newsarama:  Red 5 for Comics for December 2019
From Newsarama:  Scout Comics for December 2019
From BleedingCool:  Storm King Productions for December 2019
From Newsarama:  Valiant Entertainment for December 2019
From BleedingCool:  VIZ Media for December 2019

JANUARY 2020 COMICS SOLICITATIONS:
From Newsarama:  Antarctic Press for January 2020
From Newsarama:  DC Comics for January 2020
From Newsarama:  Dynamite Entertainment for January 2020
From Newsarama:  Mad Cave Studios for January 2020
From Newsarama:  Red 5 Comics for January 2020
From Newsarama:  Scout Comics for January 2020
From Newsarama:  Yen Press for January 2020

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