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Ultimate Spider-Man Volume 3: Double Trouble: Double Trouble v. 3 Paperback – 29 Nov 2006

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  • Paperback: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel Comics; 01 edition (29 Nov. 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785108793
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785108795
  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 0.6 x 25.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 215,613 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Spider-Man must defend himself on two fronts as Dr. Octopus sets out for revenge and Kraven the Hunter pursues the ultimate prize.


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Just when I thought the game plan of the "Ultimate Spider-Man" with regards to the love life of his alter-ego Peter Parker was to go directly to Mary Jane Watson, passing Betty Bryant and Gwen Stacy, when scribe Brian Michael Bendis drops the later into the action. This version of Gwen is big on the mascara and perfectly willing to pull a switchblade on a bully, both of which are completely valid reasons for Peter to have his eyes pop out of his head when he looks at her. Not even her police Captain father can reign in this blonde tornado.
At this point in the comic book the stage is merely being set for the impending love triangle, but I have to tell you that what is happening here is clearly a take off on "Dawson's Creek." Seriously. Peter is Dawson, Mary Jane is Joey, and Gwen is Jen (No, Flash is not Pacey; Kong is closer to being Pacey than Flash, but Peter Parker does not have a friend, which means Harry is not Pacey either). This should prove to be interesting, especially given that Mary Jane already know's Peter's big secret. But at this point the main problem is that Aunt May has an over inflated opinion about her nephew's love life. Yes, things might actually be worse for our hero this time around.
The title of "Double Trouble" has to do with the fact that in this collection of "Ultimate Spider-Man" #14-21, Spider-Man has not one but two villains after him (I was going to say two super villains, but that would not be the case). The new and improved bad guys this time around are Doctor Octopus, who has come out of his coma to discover his tentacles are fused to his skin, and Kraven the Hunter, who is now a reality television star from Down Under.
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Please ignore the other reviews that tell of collections one and two (or both) for i'm here to tell of the magnificent third collection: 14-21. This tells of how doctor octopus and kraven the hunter came to their first battle with our friendly neighbourhood spider-man, in the world of ultimate spider-man.
Doctor Octopus, if you haven't read any other spider-man comic is one of spideys greatest foes who has metal tentacles fused to his torso. This happened in one of the earlier issues of ultimate, at the osborn lab.
Kraven the hunter is in the other comics was a great hunter- in touch with nature and a worthy foe for spider-man...
This collection also includes, drum roll- Gwen Stacy as you've never seen her before, the subtle origin of electro and sand-man, peter and mary-janes relationship blossomming and all the humor, charm, power and responsibility you could ever want from your web-head. So buy this! but first buy collections one and two: 'power and responsibilty' and 'learning curve. These contain Green-Goblin, Shocker, The Enforcers, Kingpin and Electro.
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The first two volumes are very much introducing us to Peter Parker and his alter-ego Spiderman, they are quite serious as the first is about Peter living up to his responsibilities and the second about Peter dealing with being tagged as a menace when he tries to help the people.
This book though is a lot more relaxed and enjoyable, as Spiderman not only faces Doc Oc but Kraven. I love how they bring Kraven in as like with the original comics but the writers must have realised that even if Kraven was tough he was still only human and Spiderman could easily take him. I didn't like Kraven in the original comics and thought of him as a weak villian (the whole obsession of capturing Spiderman bored me) and realising they were bring him in the Ultimate Spiderman didn't feel me with excitement. In spite of this I loved how Spiderman deals with Kraven after battling Doc Oc.
An awesome read
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