It's been a long and turbulent road for the web-slinger to get an opportunity to interact with some of Marvel's biggest characters, and hopefully, it'll be worth the wait. What we find with Tom Holland's version of the web-head is a teenager that's actually having a blast trying to save the world In this re-imagining of the wall-crawler's origin story, Peter Parker is a modern day year-old, still trying to balance his life as a teenager and world-famous superhero. Brian Michael Bendis went out of his way to make familiar places like the Daily Bugle new and intimidating. At least with this run of comics, Parker already has a unique tool set that could offer the struggling newspaper a revamped website.
At Osborn Industries, Norman Osborn is hard at work with his genetic technicians. They are using various subjects, such as spiders, on the OZ project. As Norman has to talk with his lawyer over the phone urgently, his assistant fails to cap the container on the spider case, and the arachnid escapes. Elsewhere, in Queens, Peter Parker reads a chemistry book in a mall food court. As he tries to study, some rowdy teenagers pester him by throwing food. A sympathetic red-head Mary Jane Watson looks on with sadness.
Collecting the groundbreaking first year of Ultimate Spider-Man in one colossal trade paperback! High school, puberty, first dances - there are many pitfalls to being young. Compound these with intense personal tragedy and superhuman powers, and you can start to visualize the world of Peter Parker, a. Following the murder of his uncle and the Green Goblin's assualt on his high school, Peter finds himself on the brink of manhood: getting a job at the Daily Bugle to help support his widowed aunt and taking on extracurricular activities - such as bringing down the Kingpin, the head of organized crime in New York City!