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You adored his introduction in Marvel's Captain America: Civil War, you can't wait for his Hollywood Homecoming - now really get to know the Spider-Man of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in this prelude to his big-screen solo adventure! By day, young Peter Parker attends high school and lives with his Aunt May. By night, he fights crime with wall-crawling powers and web-swin You adored his introduction in Marvel's Captain America: Civil War, you can't wait for his Hollywood Homecoming - now really get to know the Spider-Man of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in this prelude to his big-screen solo adventure! By day, young Peter Parker attends high school and lives with his Aunt May. By night, he fights crime with wall-crawling powers and web-swinging tech - and he's destined to one day have an amazing, spectacular, sensational reputation as his neighborhood's friendly hero! Join Marvel's Spider-Man as he makes his first tentative web-swings towards a blockbuster future! COLLECTING: SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING PRELUDE 1-2; TBD


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You adored his introduction in Marvel's Captain America: Civil War, you can't wait for his Hollywood Homecoming - now really get to know the Spider-Man of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in this prelude to his big-screen solo adventure! By day, young Peter Parker attends high school and lives with his Aunt May. By night, he fights crime with wall-crawling powers and web-swin You adored his introduction in Marvel's Captain America: Civil War, you can't wait for his Hollywood Homecoming - now really get to know the Spider-Man of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in this prelude to his big-screen solo adventure! By day, young Peter Parker attends high school and lives with his Aunt May. By night, he fights crime with wall-crawling powers and web-swinging tech - and he's destined to one day have an amazing, spectacular, sensational reputation as his neighborhood's friendly hero! Join Marvel's Spider-Man as he makes his first tentative web-swings towards a blockbuster future! COLLECTING: SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING PRELUDE 1-2; TBD

30 review for Marvel's Spider-Man - Homecoming Prelude

  1. 4 out of 5

    Grace

    They really need to stop making these preludes if they are all going to be just a movie-to-comic adaptation of a previous movie in the MCU. You have 2 months in between the events of Captain America: Civil War and Spider-man: Homecoming - you could at least include some story from that time or maybe more of the Vulture's back story. Can we go back to the days where these preludes had originality to them? They are now completely wasting the money of MCU lovers (unless you refuse to purchase them lik They really need to stop making these preludes if they are all going to be just a movie-to-comic adaptation of a previous movie in the MCU. You have 2 months in between the events of Captain America: Civil War and Spider-man: Homecoming - you could at least include some story from that time or maybe more of the Vulture's back story. Can we go back to the days where these preludes had originality to them? They are now completely wasting the money of MCU lovers (unless you refuse to purchase them like myself). If you watched Captain America: Civil War, give this a skip. It's literally just the Spidey scenes in that movie and nothing else. I have a tiny bit of hope that the next one will actually be relevant to the movie and not a repeat of a previous one (I'm looking at you, Thor: Ragnarok.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sophie Crane

    Spider-Man: Homecoming Prelude (Marvel's Spider-Man) collects the two-issue mini series of the same name, which is actually an adaptation of the “Captain America - Civil War” film, but only the bits that directly relate to Spider-Man’s thread. There are a couple of pages of Spidey in action to set the scene for his appearance in the main film, then we get some of the important scenes that lead up to Tony Stark calling on Aunt May, and then we have the big battle seen from Spidey’s point of view, Spider-Man: Homecoming Prelude (Marvel's Spider-Man) collects the two-issue mini series of the same name, which is actually an adaptation of the “Captain America - Civil War” film, but only the bits that directly relate to Spider-Man’s thread. There are a couple of pages of Spidey in action to set the scene for his appearance in the main film, then we get some of the important scenes that lead up to Tony Stark calling on Aunt May, and then we have the big battle seen from Spidey’s point of view, and the closing scene with the Spider-Signal. It does actually all hang together reasonably well, as they don’t try and shoe-horn in the entire film. If you’ve seen the film, then you’ll be able to fill in the missing scenes, and if you haven’t, then why are you even here? Also collected are: Invincible Iron Man (2008) #7 – which sees Ben Urich taking photo-journalist Peter Parker to visit Stark Industries following a massive attack, and as Ben usually does when he is called in as lead character in a story, gives Peter a meaningful lesson in old-school journalism. Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #2 is Spidey’s first big super-villain story featuring the Vulture, with a second, short story featuring The Terrible Tinkerer. Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #46 introduces the new villain, the Shocker, as well as featuring almost the entire supporting cast doing what all good supporting casts do

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tiag⊗

    Its pretty much the comic book version of Spider-Man's appearance in the Civil War movie, art is neat. Its pretty much the comic book version of Spider-Man's appearance in the Civil War movie, art is neat.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Giuseppe

    It's a misleading title: Prelude. I was hoping in some out of screen stuff and found myself with an adaptation of Spider Civil War scenes and a reprint of old stories. Highly disappointed by it. I would definitely have given it one star (very poor), but the old Lee-Ditko earned the book another star. They are dull stories, yet entertaining. It's a misleading title: Prelude. I was hoping in some out of screen stuff and found myself with an adaptation of Spider Civil War scenes and a reprint of old stories. Highly disappointed by it. I would definitely have given it one star (very poor), but the old Lee-Ditko earned the book another star. They are dull stories, yet entertaining.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Nicolas

    Completely pointless. Just a graphic novelization of the Spider-Man scenes from the Civil War movie. To hear all about my love for the movie this is supposedly setting up, tune in here: https://soundcloud.com/allthebooks/ep... Completely pointless. Just a graphic novelization of the Spider-Man scenes from the Civil War movie. To hear all about my love for the movie this is supposedly setting up, tune in here: https://soundcloud.com/allthebooks/ep...

  6. 5 out of 5

    Alexander Shay

    The art of the 2 prelude comics (ie. Captain America: Civil War summarized) was pretty generic. I've never seen that style in a Marvel comic before, but everyone looked the same! Take the hair off the girls and guys and the only thing different about them would be their eyes and maybe their skin color. Peter's wit in the other three comics were entertaining. The quips in the older ones aren't quite as relevant, and I think his character has changed to keep with the times, but he still has a good The art of the 2 prelude comics (ie. Captain America: Civil War summarized) was pretty generic. I've never seen that style in a Marvel comic before, but everyone looked the same! Take the hair off the girls and guys and the only thing different about them would be their eyes and maybe their skin color. Peter's wit in the other three comics were entertaining. The quips in the older ones aren't quite as relevant, and I think his character has changed to keep with the times, but he still has a good sense of humor. I don't keep up on Spider-Man, so including the comics they have and having already seen the movie allowed me to make some connections between characters in the movie I might not have otherwise. The older Stan Lee comics are still way too wordy for me though. It's like reading a real book instead of a comic.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tamara

    The reboot of the Spider-Man films inspires this Marvel collection which recaps Spider-Man's part in the Captain America Civil War movie (the Homecoming Prelude #1-2) and while a rehash of the movie, the story conveys Spidey's sense of humor. The next story from Iron Man is a nice little piece which shows the human side of Tony Stark/Iron Man through the eyes of Spider-Man. Younger readers may or may not like the 1960's issues of the Amazing Spider-Man (some of the slang may be hard to read) but The reboot of the Spider-Man films inspires this Marvel collection which recaps Spider-Man's part in the Captain America Civil War movie (the Homecoming Prelude #1-2) and while a rehash of the movie, the story conveys Spidey's sense of humor. The next story from Iron Man is a nice little piece which shows the human side of Tony Stark/Iron Man through the eyes of Spider-Man. Younger readers may or may not like the 1960's issues of the Amazing Spider-Man (some of the slang may be hard to read) but for older comic fans it's a fun blast from the past as Spidey battles the Vulture, the Tinkerer and the Shocker. All in all an easy read with no objectionable content making it accessible to tweens and teens.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jordan

    The first two issues are awful. The art is quite bad, and it’s basically only badly adapted scenes from Civil War The other three included issues are very good though. They are of course collected elsewhere, but if you can get this book for very cheap and have limited exposure to the MU, I would pick up this book for those. There’s quite a variety, with Fraction Iron Man, and both Ditko and Romita Spider-Man.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Becs

    i bought this because it was on a really good sale even though i know most of the mcu preludes are not very good. this was okay. a little annoyed that invincible iron man #7 was thrown in there because i've already read that. this is basically 2 issues of the civil war movie in comic book format, with spidey's perspective. considering there's 2 months between civil war and homecoming, i was hoping it was something i haven't seen before. i bought this because it was on a really good sale even though i know most of the mcu preludes are not very good. this was okay. a little annoyed that invincible iron man #7 was thrown in there because i've already read that. this is basically 2 issues of the civil war movie in comic book format, with spidey's perspective. considering there's 2 months between civil war and homecoming, i was hoping it was something i haven't seen before.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Neyebur

    Me hice con este cómic pensando que nos contarían algo de las aventuras de Spider-Man antes de que Iron Man "le financiara", pero no, es solo Civil War contado desde el punto de vista de Peter, y de forma muy breve. Sin embargo, el cómic merece la pena por las historias extras, que nos muestran las primeras apariciones de los villanos de Homecoming. Me hice con este cómic pensando que nos contarían algo de las aventuras de Spider-Man antes de que Iron Man "le financiara", pero no, es solo Civil War contado desde el punto de vista de Peter, y de forma muy breve. Sin embargo, el cómic merece la pena por las historias extras, que nos muestran las primeras apariciones de los villanos de Homecoming.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Katie Taylor

    These preludes are usually just recaps of a previous movie, and this one...is mostly a recap of Civil War, but telling some of Peter's perspective. It's a minuscule amount, but at least it's something, which is more than most preludes (and better than the "Wong exposits the MCU to Dr. Strange as they get a stair workout in" that is the second part of the Infinity War prelude). These preludes are usually just recaps of a previous movie, and this one...is mostly a recap of Civil War, but telling some of Peter's perspective. It's a minuscule amount, but at least it's something, which is more than most preludes (and better than the "Wong exposits the MCU to Dr. Strange as they get a stair workout in" that is the second part of the Infinity War prelude).

  12. 4 out of 5

    Chelsie drew

    At first, I disliked this comic because I found it pointless. But I enjoyed and appreciated how this comic prepares you for homecoming by having comics about the villains in the movie. I didn’t love this, but I had to give it a 3 star review after I finished the whole thing.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sara Bakhshi

    Drawings were scary!!:)) especially scarlet witch.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Michael Kikle

    What a piece of junk. It's just comic-adapted segments of he Civil War flick, with a few old issues of Spider-man in a bundle. The art is great, that's about it. What a piece of junk. It's just comic-adapted segments of he Civil War flick, with a few old issues of Spider-man in a bundle. The art is great, that's about it.

  15. 5 out of 5

    J.R.

    The Vulture and Shocker reprints are as awesome as ever, but the new MCU story is just Civil War with a couple extra panels.

  16. 4 out of 5

    ac.

    civil war in a nutshell of early aughts looking art style and "meh" writing civil war in a nutshell of early aughts looking art style and "meh" writing

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ariana Durazo

    Not very fond of the art style but I love me some Peter.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Alejandro Fion

    it connected really good with civil war

  19. 4 out of 5

    Leighton Jones

    Pointless, adds nothing, avoid.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    This collection was...fine--though it certainly wasn't the "prelude" it claimed to be. I picked this up because the Doctor Strange prelude actually delivered that: a story that took place before the movie and provided the reader with extra information (specifically, some back story of the villain). However, the "prelude" of this comic was really just parts of the "Captain America: Civil War" movie drawn as a comic. Seriously, it was verbatim. The only entertaining parts that weren't 100-percent This collection was...fine--though it certainly wasn't the "prelude" it claimed to be. I picked this up because the Doctor Strange prelude actually delivered that: a story that took place before the movie and provided the reader with extra information (specifically, some back story of the villain). However, the "prelude" of this comic was really just parts of the "Captain America: Civil War" movie drawn as a comic. Seriously, it was verbatim. The only entertaining parts that weren't 100-percent repeats were a few inner monologues from Peter. But still...those didn't add up to the fact that reading what I had already watched was downright boring. That being said...the other comics were actually pretty enjoyable. I haven't read any of Marvel's Civil War story line (mostly because, from what I've heard, it doesn't seem that interesting), so it was nice to read a scene between Spider-Man and Iron Man from that plot. It's also always fun to read older comics--the writing and art styles are always so different from modern ones that they can't help but be entertaining, if for no other reason that comparing and contrasting. Also, the massive amount of '60s slang was too amusing. So, as a prelude... did this graphic novel work? No. As a general collection of Spider-Man stories? Yes, well enough.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Romeo

  22. 4 out of 5

    Rocky Sunico

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ethan

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mohamed Eladrosy

  25. 4 out of 5

    Contras Diana

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ro

  27. 4 out of 5

    hansh malepati

  28. 4 out of 5

    Bevan Boychuk

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ken

  30. 5 out of 5

    Hector Navarro

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