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Media Type: Pencil and Ink
Art Type: Interior Page
Status: On Hold
Artists: Mark  Bagley penciller
Al Milgrom inker
Scott Hanna inker
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Check out this very nice published Spider-Man page, which was penciled by the great Mark Bagley, and inked by the great Al Milgrom and Scott Hanna, from the story titled: "The Black!" Compare this nice art to the published comic book page in the red link above! Spider-Man 3 The Black was a brand new story set during Spider-Man 3 the movie, focusing on the symbiote taking over Eddie Brock as they join to become the original movie version of Venom. It was created by Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Bagley, the team behind the first 111 issues of Ultimate Spider-Man. At this point in time, October/November 2007, Bagley had just left Ultimate Spider-Man with issue #111, so reuniting with Bendis on this movie tie-in comic was quite a treat. In particular, for those who remember the movie, and those who want to forget it, Bendis and Bagley give us a genuinely good story that fits in the film perfectly. In particular, focus on one piece of dialogue, Peter Parker told Eddie Brock, "If you want forgiveness, find religion," that really gives more explicit motivation for Eddie to hate Peter Parker/Spider-Man. Bendis gives Bagley's art a real chance to shine, and Bagley makes the Venom suit here reflect the Spider-Man movie suit in great detail. Plus, the Eddie Brock interior monologue gives Bendis the chance to really make the symbiote's bonding with Eddie more tragic and terrifying. Referring to the symbiote as "the Black," the comic actually works incredibly well, almost making one want to re-watch Spider-Man 3, hoping it will be as good as the comic it spawned. ALL art on our website (including this one) are able to be purchased with VERY fair time payments, and trades are always considered towards "ANY" art on our website! Just send us an email to mikeburkey@aol.com and we can try to work something out.

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