Spider-Man: Drowned in Thunder

Spider Man Drowned in Thunder J Jonah Jameson publisher of the Daily Bugle has denounced Spider Man from the beginning convincing New Yorkers to see him as a criminal and a menace But when a robot attack on Manhattan injures Pe

  • Title: Spider-Man: Drowned in Thunder
  • Author: Christopher L. Bennett
  • ISBN: 9781416510727
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • J Jonah Jameson, publisher of the Daily Bugle, has denounced Spider Man from the beginning, convincing New Yorkers to see him as a criminal and a menace But when a robot attack on Manhattan injures Peter Parker s students and Jameson blames Spider Man, their feud takes on a new, personal dimension As the embittered webslinger faces further robot attacks, each deadlierJ Jonah Jameson, publisher of the Daily Bugle, has denounced Spider Man from the beginning, convincing New Yorkers to see him as a criminal and a menace But when a robot attack on Manhattan injures Peter Parker s students and Jameson blames Spider Man, their feud takes on a new, personal dimension As the embittered webslinger faces further robot attacks, each deadlier than the last, his spider sense warns that Jameson himself is behind them, possibly colluding with Electro, Alistaire Smythe, or another of Spider Man s mortal foes Convinced that his worst critic has become a mortal enemy, Spider Man declares war on Jameson a war the publisher is eager to wage But in their relentless pursuit of victory, they both risk losing everything that matters to them and may both fall victim to the cataclysmic secret behind the robots.

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    603 thoughts on “Spider-Man: Drowned in Thunder”

    1. Ah, Spider-Man, the way I like to remember him. Mr Bennett captures the history of Spidy which is important to me but the best Aunt May written yet. A great JJJ love letter. When I was younger I use to wonder how he could be boss, great backstory.



    2. As far as Spider-Man stories go, this was sub-par, in my estimates. I was never really engaged in the story, and I finished it with almost the only reason being that I started it. In the pantheon of Spidey villains, the Tinkerer is not a compelling one. The interaction between Spider-Man and JJJ is the reason that I gave the story what I did, in that I enjoyed the classic rivalry and the motivations between the two of them.


    3. I was really into the web (had to do this ) and how the character, Peter, starts to see things around with a different point of view, how far he goes along the hero path to protect his loved ones.




    4. Thots while reading:I didn't know that glass could cause lacerations on a robot [p. 142]. Maybe I missed something [either a lesson in school or something in the book].Interesting how the author attempts to bring Christianity into the book. Can't quite decide if he's trying to indirectly smear Christians or have 'a serious discussion' of some sort.It's 'funny' how Peter's 'self-loathing' is more 'in the background' in the comics whereas it is so 'in your face' in the novels. The comics have even [...]


    5. I've listened to Graphic Audio before so I won't go into details on the production of the title, I will still focus on the book it was based on:World: New York, nothing special and mainly serves as a background for the story. It could have happened anywhere else and I would not have noticed. However, there was some effort to give the story some background, context and history linking this tale with the long history of Spider-Man so points for that.Story: Typical superhero story that relied heavi [...]


    6. Very entertaining. It was a nicely told story. It was written to be somewhat of a mystery. The story is self contained but also involves continuity from when the book was written. I started reading spider-man comics at the start of superior spider-man. Right now; Peter and Mary Jane were never married, Aunt May has no idea who spider-man is, J. Jona Jameson was mayor and is now a commentator on a cable news channel. I have no idea how we got from the story I just read to where I am now. The book [...]


    7. Published by GraphicAudio in August of 2013Multi-cast performanceDuration: Approximately 5 hoursMarvel Comic's Spider-Man swings into action against a robot attack against New York's Diamond District in a scene that was very reminiscent of the classic Superman cartoon "The Mechanical Monsters." But, Spider-Man always has a different take on things than the Man of Steel. Spidey's comments and tendency to not quite have everything under control give this caper a unique twist.Of course, J. Jonah Ja [...]


    8. I really enjoyed the storyline but what really made this stand out from other audiobooks was the voice acting. They had sound effects, a score, exciting music during the fight scenes and a variety of different actors voicing each character. I have the book as well and flipped through to see how accurate it was. The dialogue was spot on but they skimmed through the other stuff, or combined it differently. Either way I didn't feel like I was missing out on too much. I just really enjoyed this Grap [...]


    9. I recently listened to the Graphic Audio version of this graphic novel-a superb story of your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man! Not only were the voice actors excellent at their respective roles, but the overall theme is one that is easy to relate to: the feeling of self-doubt and overcoming said self-doubt. With plenty of action and humor, this is surely one that Spider-man fans will enjoy!



    10. Not my favorite Spider-man novel, but do not let that keep you away from this one. As all the Spider-man novels have gone, this is still a quality book - just not remarkable.




    11. I am a great fan of Spiderman and so I found this book very interesting and exciting. Packed with action and suspense. I recommend it to all Spiderman fans out there.


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