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Spider Man Noir Get A Copy VideoSpider-Man: Into the Spiderverse but only when Spider-Man Noir is on screen Spider-Man Noir ist ein fiktiver Superheld, der in amerikanischen Comics von Marvel Comics erscheint. Diese alternative Version von Spider-Man ist Teil des Marvel Noir-Universums und eine Noir-Version des Charakters. Sie taucht in einer Version. Spider-Man Noir: The Complete Collection | Hine, David, Sapolsky, Fabrice, Stern, Roger, Di Giandomenico, Carmine, Isanove, Richard, McLeod, Bob, Diaz,. Spider-Man Noir: The Complete Collection (English Edition) eBook: Hine, David, Sapolsky, Fabrice, Stern, Roger, Di Giandomenico, Carmine, Isanove, Richard. Spider-Man in einer Welt voller Noir- und Krimi-Elemente! Der Sammelband für Neuleser und Liebhaber mit über Seiten! | Jetzt bestellen! Related Posts 29 Sep Show Variants. While investigating a smuggling ring, Peter Parker is bitten by what Franck Dubosc to be a highly-venomous spider housed Chernobyl Serial a spider-god idol. Filtered by: Reset Filters. All Specified Date FROM BEFORE AFTER.
I also really liked his design for Spidey. Hine takes a few liberties with Spidey, for one he's a killer, and for two he's not the cheery, quipping hero we all know and love, more a sullen, almost miserable, man with a chip on his shoulder and the world on his back.
But then I suppose that's why it's called "Noir". Also there's no Mary-Jane or Gwen Stacy so maybe that's why he's so angry, but there's another "Spiderman Noir" book which probably has one or both of those characters in so maybe Peter does cheer up a bit in that.
Overall, the best in the "Noir" series and a pretty good Spiderman book to boot. I enjoyed reading it and loved the artwork, I heartily recommend it to Spiderfans everywhere.
Jul 11, Mike rated it really liked it. First of the Marvel Noir where there were actual superpowers involved.
Good integration of the Goblin, the Vulture, Kraven, the Enforcers, and the Black Cat. Shelves: hoopla , marvel. Coming into this volume my only exposure to the "Noir" incarnation of Spidey was Nic Cage's delightfully over the top portrayal in the Into the Spider-Verse film.
Imagine my surprise and delight, therefore, to discover that, at least in this incarnation, the character plays it very straight and amps up the Depression-Era Angst to the eleventh notch on his RCA Wireless set.
Befitting the "Noir" genre, this is not your adorable "Newsies" NYC. Instead there are shanty towns, dope pushers, corrup Coming into this volume my only exposure to the "Noir" incarnation of Spidey was Nic Cage's delightfully over the top portrayal in the Into the Spider-Verse film.
Instead there are shanty towns, dope pushers, corrupt-as-hell politicians and police and, naturally, Angels with Filthy Souls-style mobsters who aren't at all disinclined from rubbing someone out.
Enter unexpected initial protagonist, Daily Bugle photog and roving reporter Ben Urich? I won't reveal much more, you will see for yourself just how this one shakes down but don't think for a second it's the story you already knew!
Preach, Comrade Parker! Apr 13, logankstewart rated it liked it Shelves: graphic-comics , library , read. I've been a Spider-Man fan for most of my life.
There's just something about that smart-mouthed Peter Parker and the villains he faces. Spider-man Noir is a familiar story of how Peter Parker becomes Spider-Man, but set in the backdrop of in struggling America.
The Goblin runs the city, holding in his hand corrupt officials and policemen. Parker gets a job at the Daily Bugle to pay for college, and while he's working, he comes across evidence that can put the Goblin away.
But, of course, th I've been a Spider-Man fan for most of my life. But, of course, things happen a bit differently than planned. I really enjoyed this comic series.
The collection was short 4 comics and easy to read. The art was mostly pretty cool, especially the noir styled Spider-Man.
The story was familiar, but still entertaining. Overall, if you're a Spider-Man fan, then I easily recommend this brief series to you.
View 1 comment. After seeing Spider-man:into the spider-verse yesterday, I was really hyped up I needed to see those characters within their stories.
The SAME old story of how Peter Parker became Spider-man, except It isn't. Not the same story in many ways. We even have to Ben deaths in there.
Everything on 's New York is dark and Creepy in it's own way, though, it's a very good take on the old story. Jan 17, Juho Pohjalainen rated it really liked it.
Successfully maintains the core aspects of the character and the setting, while moving it almost a century into the past. We still have skyscrapers to climb and swing by.
Pretty dark at places, though. Dec 23, Brylliams rated it liked it Shelves: marvel-disney-comix , standalone , superheroing , teen-comix , read.
Definitely a prequel to what we see in Into the Spider-Verse, but it was definitely a solidly written title. Not a huge fan of the art, but it works for the subject matter.
Jun 09, 47Time rated it liked it Shelves: comics-superheroes. The characters' personalities are different enough to warrant a read for Spidey fans.
There is also the slightly archaic vocabulary and the architecture and dress of the age, but few other 30's themes are explored. Non-Spidey-fans may not enjoy it since they lack the frame of reference, but it's still a fun story if you ever want to see how a superhero with a 30's mindset can dismantle a gang.
Citizens and officials alike know not to mess with him, but Ben Parker still does it and pays with his life. His nephew Peter wants revenge, but is too young and inexperienced to do anything about it.
One of them bites Peter and gives him the spectacular powers Spider-Man is known for. Urich is killed by Jonah Jameson when the former wanted to release some incriminating pictures about men the Goblin has killed.
She passes the information onto Parker who continues the fight against Osborn's organization with a more hands-on approach until the Goblin is killed.
Aug 12, Travis Duke rated it it was amazing. I will admit I am not a huge spiderman fan but I am a crime noir fan so I gave it a shot. I loved the darker s take on Parker.
It was actually more dark and disturbing then I initially hoped for. The writing is gritty and unapologetic. I like that Hine didn't hold back and we see Peter evolve into spider man but in a very dark way challenging him with life vs death punishment.
The art was graphic and also didnt hold bac a well thought out and well executed graphic novel from start to finish. The art was graphic and also didnt hold back.
I thought all the characters played a crucial part including black cat and Osborn even Aunt May had a pivotal part with peter that was really well done.
I had a hard time finding fault here, really enjoyed it. I like remakes of something into different setting.
Wild west, sci-fi, historical, and so And I like noir in general. So I really like the noir remakes. This one is good.
Good enough. The drawing and colouring is fine, half line between "usual" and "noiry". The story is taking it from very beginning - Peter becoming Spider-man, so there is no need to push forward a super-powers too much.
There are better Spideys, there are better noir-remakes, but altogether this is good. I would recommend es I like remakes of something into different setting.
Jan 18, Gav rated it really liked it. It was the spider-verse film that introduced me to this version of Spiderman. That was an unexpectedly great film which I went to see with my 2 boys, a wonderful piece of animation.
One of the better films of the year when compared with all the films I saw. It has real heart, if you have not tried it, you should.
I have not kept up with Spiderman over the years so have no idea about the Multiverse and all of the ins and outs of this very old character but I am now catching up a little bit digital It was the spider-verse film that introduced me to this version of Spiderman.
I have not kept up with Spiderman over the years so have no idea about the Multiverse and all of the ins and outs of this very old character but I am now catching up a little bit digitally.
I have no idea how this fits into cannon, I have no idea about the inception of this story so I approached it as a stand alone. We did not have much when I was little but on one of our rare holidays my Dad bought me about 6 collected issues of the classics and for about 6 months and read and re-read them.
They were a joy to me and while it is now passe it was really true that the ordinariness of Peter Parker was a wonder to the 7 year old me.
I also forever remember certain iconic images within the panels to this day. Never underestimate the power of a well written or well drawn comic.
I liked it a lot. The setting worked, the way they framed Aunt May as an idealistic communist agitator was a brilliantly utilised plot devise without is going on too long.
There are twists and turns in the tale. Betrayals and double takes that you do not expect. The Origin story works as well, it may still be a little silly but they changed it enough to mean that within its own terms it does still stand up.
The design and art of the period feels spot on. It was a joy to read. Again the digital format was an ideal way of reading this.
I have said this before but digital comics has been a revelation. There are deals and offers out there that mean I am able to catch up on all sorts of stuff I never would have thought of reading.
It is an unexpected pleasure to once again read graphic novels among the books I am reading and varying the style and types of reading I undertake keeps it all fresh for me.
Back to Spiderman Noir though. It was a great introduction. Who knows, I may pick some more of them up in due course. A pretty cool interpretation of Spider-Man, now with pretty ugly drawings sorry, Carmine Di Giandomenico, I just hate the style.
It's the 's and the city is an almost Gotham-like mess of criminals and corrupt politicians working together against the interest of the common man, with the Goblin in charge.
Young Peter lives with his aunt May, who is a socialist demanding more for people, which lands her on the wrong side of the city's 'finest'.
His uncle Ben died in a horrendous murder not lon A pretty cool interpretation of Spider-Man, now with pretty ugly drawings sorry, Carmine Di Giandomenico, I just hate the style.
His uncle Ben died in a horrendous murder not long before the comic started. Peter's taken through town by Ben Urich, a journalist who shows him the underbelly of the world they live in and teaches him a thing or two about photography, so Peter can pay for college.
During a bit of personal investigating, though, Peter comes into contact with a supernatural spider which transforms him in a pretty horrifying sequence.
This Spider-Man feels like someone older than the usual Peter Parker, and he doesn't hold back from using a gun although he seems to give that up by the end.
The story is dark and gritty, and I think it could have used a couple of extra issues and more development, but it works and, for once, I don't feel like I've accidentally started in the middle of a series again.
A great dive into a pulp Spidey adventure involving some creative reimagined versions of the Spidey cast. The Goblin runs a New York City empire that seems nigh on impossible to topple with no one dare trying.
Enter Peter Parker. A young political activist fighting for the rights of the common people. The story contains some interesting beats, some grizzly turns for a Sp A great dive into a pulp Spidey adventure involving some creative reimagined versions of the Spidey cast.
The story contains some interesting beats, some grizzly turns for a Spider-Man comic and is not shy of verging on to the dark side which I found fresh.
Some moments genuinely come as a surprise either due to twists or the sheer brutal nature showcased. For mature readers and long time fans of Spider-Man or first time readers looking for an alternative version of the webhead that releases some of the constraints of superhero tropes.
Pick it up. Would not recommend for kids. Jun 09, Ronald rated it liked it Shelves: marvel-comics , comics.
OK, this could have been better. I liked the reporter better flaws and all, the book tries to trick you into thinking Peter is not a Spider.
Speaking of origin stories, did we need the Spider Noir origin again? Can comics or comic book movies not just move on from origin and get to storytelling?
Do better Marvel. Mar 18, Glenn Rolfe rated it it was amazing. Very cool GN. I can't wait to track down some more of these.
Spider-Man set in the early '30s, all the bad guys are from the Freak Show, Goblin is awesome and The Vulture is fucking vicious.
I was totally in on this one, man. It says it's books 1 so, I'm gonna look for more. Sep 18, Robert rated it did not like it Shelves: season , comics-graphics.
Portray a beloved superhero as a red-diaper communist, zero stars should be an option. Feb 12, Brandon Botello rated it it was amazing.
Artwork was well done. The nice noir twist on the story added a darker dimension to it, breaking most habits of a Spider-Man novel with gritty, bleak and violent tones.
The story sought out to be its own unique outlier, depending on the noir backdrop to breathe different and grittier characters pertaining to that era and it's "film noir" genre.
Look forward to reading the rest of the noir story. Apr 14, Ryan rated it liked it. This was a really enjoyable read, but a handful of things kept it from being a 4 or 5 for me.
First, I should say that the story was handled well, and the Spiderman universe was adeptly transferred to Depression-Era America. Norman "The Goblin" Osborn was a mob leader, and several other classic villains were geeks from circus sideshows that became his thugs--and the Vulture is suddenly creepy, which is interesting.
HOWEVER, all this focus on, you know, good story telling, meant that there wasn't This was a really enjoyable read, but a handful of things kept it from being a 4 or 5 for me.
HOWEVER, all this focus on, you know, good story telling, meant that there wasn't as much Spider-Action as I'd like to see.
Spidey's design is neat, but you hardly see it, and his combat style isn't really defined. I mean, he carries a GUN here, and while it's clear that he eventually probably decided against that tactic, that means that we never really see him in action in any definable way.
Second, I liked the art, but it could have been a little more "noir-ish. Even going full black and white or mostly, with select splashes of color would have been good--a sort of homage to the old noir films.
Finally, this is a collection of a 4-part miniseries. In other words, it's just too short! More story would have allowed the well-conceived ideas to be fleshed out better, and therefore feel less sudden.
The ending is somewhat abrupt and leaves some things unresolved not in a good way. Also, more story would allow for more Spider-Action.
Some might criticize the darkness of the story it's more Batman-like , but I didn't mind. That said, I wouldn't have complained about some well-placed humor, which is of course the trademark of the character and is naturally somewhat conspicuous in its absence.
Hopefully, Marvel will revisit this story arc, and perhaps consider changing the artist in the process. I would definitely pick up another trade paperback of this type.
Dec 27, Kyle Warner rated it it was ok Shelves: action , graphic-novels , crime , detective , superheroes , comics , hard-boiled , noir.
I loved Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. It introduced me to some Spider-People I never knew before and I wanted to get to know them better immediately.
So, when I saw Noir at the library, I yanked that thing off the shelf and took it home. Yeahhhh this isn't what I was hoping it would be.
In the Spider-Verse film, Spider-Man Noir is a lovingly crafted caricature of the hard-boiled detective, complete with a desire to let a match burn his fingers just so he can feel something.
The character fou I loved Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. The character found in this comic is Either Spider-Man Noir evolved and was perfected in later comics or the filmmakers of Spider-Verse came up with a better interpretation of the character and his world.
Black Cat, Felicia Hardy, is the only thing in the comic which feels genuine. The rest is old-timey and period relevant, but not in touch with the best of what makes noir tick.
Sure, there's the reporter with a needle in his arm, the hoodlums beating up the innocent, and the corrupt newspaperman, but these feel like attempts to match the mold.
It's gritty and mean but it's doesn't play as genuine or entertaining. There's something missing. Oh well. I hope we see more of Spider-Man Noir on the silver screen but I'm not sure I'm gonna be back for more comics if this is what they're like.
Jan 05, Sesana rated it liked it Shelves: historical-fiction , comics , superhumans. Transports the familiar Spider-Man mythos to Depression-era America.
It can be very, very dark Uncle Ben's fate being the prime example. Peter and Aunt May have become passionate social crusaders, which is nice to see.
An interesting take, but nothing terribly exciting. Another great retelling of the Spider-Man story with a great twist.
Feb 22, Stephanie rated it liked it Shelves: comics , marvel. Peter Parker is unrecognizable. Everything else is good. Dec 04, Tom Kepler rated it liked it Shelves: crime-detective.
I was browsing at my good old local public library and wanting to try something new. On the way to the fiction section, walking down the central aisle, I passed the small graphic novel collection and thought, "Why not?
Why not try one? I chose a thin book on a subject that I was familiar with and picked up Spider-Man Noir. The graphic novel's text author and goodreads self-reviewer posted the following b I was browsing at my good old local public library and wanting to try something new.
The graphic novel's text author and goodreads self-reviewer posted the following blurb: "With great power, there must also come great responsibility - and when those in power abuse it, it's the people's responsibility to remove them.
The year is , and New York City is not-so-secretly run by corrupt politicians, crooked cops, big businesses.
However the noir aspect provides a darker and more gritty feel to the novel, captured not so much by the storyline but by the art. The pictured illustrations are literally or visually more dark than many comic books I've read.
Spider-Man packs a pistol and wears a costume compiled from old, iconic wardrobe styles of the s--leather bomber helmet, motorcycle goggles, trench coat, and heavy clothes of natural fiber.
He can still spit the web, though, and fly through the air with spiderese. My Conclusions 1 I found the graphic art of the novel interesting in the depiction of the times, the tone.
The illustrations provided powerful and interesting images that concretized the novel's world view. I do just fine reading a novel that is all text and with no illustrations.
The pictures in my head, built through author description of character and setting and my imagination, are the real canvas upon which a textual novel is revealed.
Some I read by just attending closely, and for some of the novel I pulled out a magnifying glass to read.
FBI agent Jean de Wolfe a male version of Jean DeWolff arrives and Octavius is arrested. Spider-Man is told Felicia, still recovering from serious injuries and her face now scarred, doesn't want to see him again.
A month later, the government decides to deport Octavius rather than put him on trial publicly and risk he will reveal state secrets.
The scientist arrives in Germany only to be humiliated when he realizes the Nazis and Heinrich Himmler believe his congenital disability makes him inferior and his work useless.
As time passes, Felicia recovers from her injuries but now wears a mask to cover her scars. The Spider-Verse storyline featured Spider heroes from various alternate realities being hunted by the vampiric Inheritors.
The comic tie-in Edge of Spider-Verse 1 returns to Earth where it is now August, Peter has been operating as the Spider-Man for six years and finally attended university classes, while his girlfriend Mary Jane spent three years in Spain fighting with the Abraham Lincoln International Brigade.
Wilson Fisk is a rising power in crime and sends illusionist Mysterio to kill the Spider-Man. Peter is then recruited by Superior Spider-Man to join a group of Spiders fighting against the Inheritors.
The inter-dimensional Web of Life and Destiny becomes unstable due to the technology the Web Warriors use to travel between worlds.
This causes some realities to bleed into each other and Spider-Man Noir's world to suffer time anomalies. Eventually, the team rights it and new teammate Octavia Otto helps create a better method of traveling between worlds that won't destabilize the Web.
One night in , Spider-Man Noir investigates a weapons sale between Herman Schultz and the Nazis. He fights alongside Felicia Hardy, now on speaking terms with him and operating as the masked vigilante White Widow.
Spider-UK arrives and requests Spider-Man Noir on an important mission. Spider-Man Noir attempts to kill the Inheritor called Morlun with a grenade, sacrificing himself in the process.
The Inheritor survives and drains Spider-Man Noir's remaining life-force, killing him. May is furious to find out her nephew was a vigilante, "a broken man," but Mary Jane and Felicia thank Gwen for giving them closure.
In Spider-Verse volume 3 5 , it is revealed that following his death in Spider-Geddon, Spider-Man Noir woke up alive and well in a web-cocoon on his native Earth, having had a vision of the spider-god telling him his "service" was not finished.
Now slightly more introspective and glib, this Peter Parker officially starts working as a private investigator, adopting a slightly new look and a more stereotypical s dialect similar to his film incarnation from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Miles Morales appears and teams-up with Spider-Man Noir to retrieve the spider-god's idol from the Nazis so it can be used to repair the trans-dimensional Web of Life and Destiny.
The two succeed in getting the idol back, but Miles warns that taking it away from the Marvel Noir Earth may also remove the spider-god's protection, meaning Parker's next death is permanent.
Spider-Man Noir says he's fine with this, as death is supposed to be permanent for everyone and he neither wants nor deserves special treatment.
In , a month after his team-up with Miles Morales, people are starting to realize the Spider-Man is alive and back in action.
Peter has re-established ties with Aunt May and Mary Jane Watson, who are both grateful that "a miracle" brought him back from death.
Both support his life as a vigilante, but May advises he act more honorably than his instincts sometimes tell him to.
As the new series opens, J. Jonah Jameson helps Peter gain access to police crime scenes so the young private eye can investigate a murder and in exchange provide the Daily Bugle with the exclusive story.
Peter's investigation into the death of Holly Babson, a waitress at the Black Cat club, leads him to fly to Europe alongside Holly's sister and museum curator, Huma Bergmann, to look more into a cicada gemstone that Holly was holding on to when she died.
The two are eventually accompanied by Harry Charles, a pilot who is secretly part of the Dora Milaje named Hu-Ri , and Checkpoint Red , a guide in Instanbul to help them on their journey to Babylon sent by Tony Stark.
Throughout their travels, they are pursued by the Nazis and their powerful new weapon, Electro. As they approach the temple where the cicada gemstone originated, Huma double-crosses them and reveals that she is the goddess Inanna , who lured them into Babylon and allied with the Nazis.
She combines the cicada stone with the M'Kraan crystal to open a portal to the Underworld, which brings back some of Spider-Man's deceased enemies in the process.
During the fight, Peter receives a vision from the spider-god, Ereshkigal, who turns out to be Inanna's sister and took on the form of Holly Babson.
With her help, Spider-Man destroys the cicada stone and the M'Kraan crystal, defeating Inanna and his undead foes in the process.
He later returns to New York, where Jameson credits Huma for stopping the Nazis in Babylon. This incarnation of Spider-Man from Earth has the same basic powers as his classic counterpart: enhanced strength, speed, reflexes, resiliency, and agility proportionate to that of a spider; the ability to have his body cling to sheer walls or other solid surfaces; and a sixth sense which warns him of incoming danger, also known as "spider-sense.
In his original two mini-series, Spider-Man Noir does not create web-lines, his dark webbing always manifesting as a spray or net.
In contrast to the mainstream Peter Parker, this Spider-Man's costume is mainly normal clothing of the era matched with a mask. The outfit includes kevlar armor, making it resistant to bullets and explosions.
The "costume" part of his outfit includes a mask made with the headgear and the aviator glasses used by his uncle during the Great War.
He also begins wearing a fedora with his mask and a new gun belt decorated by a spider-symbol. Spider-Man Noir regularly uses. He is a skilled marksman, adept in the use of various firearms such as revolvers and the tommy gun.
He is willing to kill enemies in certain cases, but largely prefers to only injure criminals. The Simpsons episode " Treehouse of Horror XXXI " features a segment called "Into the Homerverse", a parody of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
One of the alternate universe versions of Homer Simpson that appears is a monochromatic, hard-boiled private eye who wears a trench coat and fedora, based on Spider-Man Noir.
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Proportionate strength, speed and agility of a spider, spider-sense, organic webbing generation, skilled marksman and expert hand-to-hand combatant.
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