Updated on 16 October, 2021
If you want to keep up with the latest Spiderman news, no problem - you'll be able to do so online at the Nathan Pyle Comics website. It's a one-of-a-kind digital strip that features Spiderman comics from various publishers. All you have to do is visit the site and you'll find what you need. The good thing about this digital strip is that you can read it any time you want - and you can also subscribe for future updates. Here are some of my favorite Spiderman comics that you might find interesting.
"Ultimate Comics: Spiderman" by Cullen Bunn - This one starts off after the end of " avengers : earth's fury " and goes right to the start of " spider-man : dark side". Frank Miller returns to the role as the famous Spidey. I especially love how much more realistic the portrayal of Peter Parker is compared to how he was portrayed in the last comic book. It brings a new level of credibility to an already intelligent character. I especially like how much more ruthless and genuine Peter Parker seems to be in this book. It helps make the character more relatable.
"The Day the Earth Stood Still" by Kurt Busiek - This one takes place between the events of " Spider-Man Unlimited" and " Dark Tomorrow " in the Marvel Universe. In this book, we see Peter Parker dealing with various setbacks while trying to deal with the recent death of his girlfriend. It's a funny scene where Parker tries to console teenager Peter Stone by joking that he knew he had a crush on Betty Britten but got rejected. It's a nice touch that the adult characters can also be comical, which is a lot of help in this sometimes raunchy comic. I especially liked how Busiek draws Peter Parker's head back in.
"Uncle Ben's Men" by Brian Atkins - This one features the unlikely reunion of two fan-favorite characters from the classic cartoon. In this adventure, Ben goes into the woods with Green Goblin and tries to convince his Uncle to let him stay. It's a fun adventure featuring a supporting cast including Ice, Scorpion, and Bullseye.
"Cable Guy" by Steve Dillon - The humor in this comic is pure cotton candy. It's about a boy who becomes the newest member of a cable news team after he starts talking like a robot. It's a well-written, light-hearted adventure that has some good one-liners and visual elements that will please any reader.
"No Thank You" by Steve Dillon - A single mother must face the day when she must choose to do what's right for her daughter and accept the help of an African-American male friend. It's a relationship that's a little steamy, but nothing too graphic or downright pornographic. It's an entertaining and thought-provoking comic that could appeal to a variety of people.
Hopefully, these five comics will spark interest in other upcoming titles by Nathan Pulley. The publisher hasn't yet released a full year's worth of releases, but at least the initial hot list includes "Cable Guy," "No Thank You," and "Tales of the Boot." In fact, the second issue is already scheduled for release! If you want to see more of his work, it's time to check out some of his web comic strips or simply grab a copy of "Pole of Life."
Whether you enjoy action, comedy, or both, you'll be happy to know that there are plenty of good, solid books featuring the work of pulp fiction writer/ illustrator/colorist/composer, Nathan Pulley. If you've never read any of his work before, it's high time you check it out. He makes comics that everyone can enjoy.