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Ultimate Spider-Man Vol. 15: Silver Sable (Ultimate Spider-Man

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Collects Ultimate Spider-Man #86-90 & Annual #1. The head of Roxxon Oil sics the world's greatest mercenary, Silver Sable, on Spider-Man to learn why the web-spinner has targeted Roxxon on his nightly patrols. How violently Ms. Sable wants to handle the situation is strictly up to her. Plus: the mystery of Ultimate Omega Red! Collects Ultimate Spider-Man #86-90 & Annual #1. The head of Roxxon Oil sics the world's greatest mercenary, Silver Sable, on Spider-Man to learn why the web-spinner has targeted Roxxon on his nightly patrols. How violently Ms. Sable wants to handle the situation is strictly up to her. Plus: the mystery of Ultimate Omega Red!


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Collects Ultimate Spider-Man #86-90 & Annual #1. The head of Roxxon Oil sics the world's greatest mercenary, Silver Sable, on Spider-Man to learn why the web-spinner has targeted Roxxon on his nightly patrols. How violently Ms. Sable wants to handle the situation is strictly up to her. Plus: the mystery of Ultimate Omega Red! Collects Ultimate Spider-Man #86-90 & Annual #1. The head of Roxxon Oil sics the world's greatest mercenary, Silver Sable, on Spider-Man to learn why the web-spinner has targeted Roxxon on his nightly patrols. How violently Ms. Sable wants to handle the situation is strictly up to her. Plus: the mystery of Ultimate Omega Red!

30 review for Ultimate Spider-Man Vol. 15: Silver Sable (Ultimate Spider-Man

  1. 4 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    Very entertaining throughout and I’m absolutely loving Peter and Kitty as a couple. I’ve always wanted them to get together in the main (616) Marvel Universe; they’re a perfect match! Anyhoo, I’ll stop ‘shipping now...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rizwan

    Ahhh Ultimate Spider-man... what an absolute bliss you are! 15th volume done and it is still going just as much pure fun and immensely enjoyable as ever. I can't help but greedily read the whole series to it's end, and yet getting sad at the same time that this brilliant masterpiece of a modern classic Marvel series will end from my to-read list in no time. That is the eternal dilemma of a great book/series to a reader: I can't wait to finish it but I don't want to finish it. :/ Oh well, as long Ahhh Ultimate Spider-man... what an absolute bliss you are! 15th volume done and it is still going just as much pure fun and immensely enjoyable as ever. I can't help but greedily read the whole series to it's end, and yet getting sad at the same time that this brilliant masterpiece of a modern classic Marvel series will end from my to-read list in no time. That is the eternal dilemma of a great book/series to a reader: I can't wait to finish it but I don't want to finish it. :/ Oh well, as long as the next volumes are as blissfully, humorously, suspensefully, excitingly, above all ENTERTAININGLY READABLE as this one... then hopefully I'm going to just sit back and enjoy the ride that is Brian Michael Bendis's Ultimate Spider-man!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sesana

    The highlight this time is Peter dating Kitty Pryde. They make a very cute couple, and since Peter has broken up with Mary Jane, a very natural one. Silver Sable and her somewhat inept mercenaries are at least entertaining, though I can't even begin to guess what the guy who hired them was thinking. The highlight this time is Peter dating Kitty Pryde. They make a very cute couple, and since Peter has broken up with Mary Jane, a very natural one. Silver Sable and her somewhat inept mercenaries are at least entertaining, though I can't even begin to guess what the guy who hired them was thinking.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Wing Kee

    Surprisingly enjoyable arc because of the characters. World: I don't know why but I found the art better this arc. Bagley us good with Spidey not so much Peter but u don't know, it was actually ok. I really enjoyed the world building this arc with Roxxon, Silversable, Kitty it was good. The world is fully formed now but adding different prices and different takes from 616 is always interesting and fun. Story: Surprisingly interesting and fun. Paced and written we the main tale of Silversable is Surprisingly enjoyable arc because of the characters. World: I don't know why but I found the art better this arc. Bagley us good with Spidey not so much Peter but u don't know, it was actually ok. I really enjoyed the world building this arc with Roxxon, Silversable, Kitty it was good. The world is fully formed now but adding different prices and different takes from 616 is always interesting and fun. Story: Surprisingly interesting and fun. Paced and written we the main tale of Silversable is an intriguing one and the tension in the end was wonderful. The issue with the storybook style framing was also good giving a fresh feel to the story. The pieces are moving around and I can tell something big is coming down the line again. The piece with Kitty and Peter was also sweet and full of fun character development, good stuff! Characters: MJ is still sad for me. She can't just be defined by Peter, it's sad. Peter is okay too with a little further development and slowly getting back to his old self. The idea of him and Kitty seems wrong at first but Bendis handled it well and it was interesting. Roxxon was interesting as was the entire Silversable arc, strong fun characters with basic motivations. Fun and simple and tension was great. Onward to the next book!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Nicky

    I really like Kitty Pryde. Is it okay to ship her with Peter? Is that a done thing in comics? Oh, hell, I don't care. In this volume, she was pretty awesome -- and she really can keep up with him better than Mary Jane. The fights and so on were fairly typical, but there were some good bits (other than Kitty Pryde) dispersed throughout -- especially Aunt May's reaction to Peter trying to come clean to her about Spider-man. That's an impressive amount of that river in Egypt, May. I really like Kitty Pryde. Is it okay to ship her with Peter? Is that a done thing in comics? Oh, hell, I don't care. In this volume, she was pretty awesome -- and she really can keep up with him better than Mary Jane. The fights and so on were fairly typical, but there were some good bits (other than Kitty Pryde) dispersed throughout -- especially Aunt May's reaction to Peter trying to come clean to her about Spider-man. That's an impressive amount of that river in Egypt, May.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jordan Lahn

    I did really like the relationship between Peter and Kitty in this volume. I was sorry to see him break up with Mary Jane, but it's nice to see him in a relationship unique to the Ultimate Universe. I did really like the relationship between Peter and Kitty in this volume. I was sorry to see him break up with Mary Jane, but it's nice to see him in a relationship unique to the Ultimate Universe.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Natalie B

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Another great Spider-Man comic in this one it was Kind of fun with the whole dating Kitty and seeing Peter with a new girlfriend I guess that knows that quite what you call them meet up with Ultimate Silver Sable, and enjoy all the usual pleasures that have made this series so difficult to put down for me. I suspect we will see more of the X-Men now this was a really enjoyable comic and like I said it's the reason I can't put these Comics down Another great Spider-Man comic in this one it was Kind of fun with the whole dating Kitty and seeing Peter with a new girlfriend I guess that knows that quite what you call them meet up with Ultimate Silver Sable, and enjoy all the usual pleasures that have made this series so difficult to put down for me. I suspect we will see more of the X-Men now this was a really enjoyable comic and like I said it's the reason I can't put these Comics down

  8. 5 out of 5

    Daryl

    This was a darn good volume in the Ultimate Spider-man saga. Making Peter Parker a high school student (in the regular Marvel U, Peter didn’t stay in high school for long) is really used to advantage here. The annual reprinted here, where he starts dating the X-Men’s Kitty Pryde, is a perfect example – Peter having broken up with Mary Jane for fear of her getting hurt. Peter and Kitty's date in this issue is a precious and fun story. Other things in this volume I liked: the use of the Wrecking C This was a darn good volume in the Ultimate Spider-man saga. Making Peter Parker a high school student (in the regular Marvel U, Peter didn’t stay in high school for long) is really used to advantage here. The annual reprinted here, where he starts dating the X-Men’s Kitty Pryde, is a perfect example – Peter having broken up with Mary Jane for fear of her getting hurt. Peter and Kitty's date in this issue is a precious and fun story. Other things in this volume I liked: the use of the Wrecking Crew as the clean-up organization known as Damage Control; the Ultimate versions of Silver Sable and the Wildpack, as a group of somewhat inept mercenaries (better than their world-class counterparts in the Marvel U); Mary Jane’s reactions to Peter dating someone else; the closing in of Spider-man’s secret identity being tied to Midtown High; the children’s book illustration style of Silver Sable’s and Donald Roxxon’s pasts; Ultimate Vulture; and the misunderstandings that lead to all the conflicts in this trade. Nicely done.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Baba

    A nicely intriguing and tone perfect rendition of the Silver Sable features Ultimate Universe debuts of Silver Sable and her Wild Pack, Damage Control, Omega Red(!), Donald Roxxon and the Vulture. The more realistic approach of the Ultimate universe gives Bendis and co. the foundation to keep this series continuously at a very good level. 8 out of 12 A nicely intriguing and tone perfect rendition of the Silver Sable features Ultimate Universe debuts of Silver Sable and her Wild Pack, Damage Control, Omega Red(!), Donald Roxxon and the Vulture. The more realistic approach of the Ultimate universe gives Bendis and co. the foundation to keep this series continuously at a very good level. 8 out of 12

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jennavier

    Way to shake things up! Once again the bad guy is the big change for this collection, with the honor going to the mercenary Silver Sable who did indeed have excellent hair. I was really hoping that the panic attack Peter had over his secret identity would end differently. Sadly, no dice. I'm still having fun though and that's the important thing. Way to shake things up! Once again the bad guy is the big change for this collection, with the honor going to the mercenary Silver Sable who did indeed have excellent hair. I was really hoping that the panic attack Peter had over his secret identity would end differently. Sadly, no dice. I'm still having fun though and that's the important thing.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Raymond

    Kind of scattershot at times, although I like me some Kitty Pryde...

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jack Herbert Christal Gattanella

    This volume was just awesome. A new relationship that makes sense and are charming together and so forth as far as Teens With Super-Powers goes... But I thought this storyline with Sable and this dumb-ass businessman was very clever from the jump. Instead of it being a villain with some nefarious plot in mind for trying (and failing at first, oh hi Fred, I mean Flash Thompson) to kidnap Spider Man to unmask him and ask what is up with his company, this Roxxon dickhead is all about his misguided This volume was just awesome. A new relationship that makes sense and are charming together and so forth as far as Teens With Super-Powers goes... But I thought this storyline with Sable and this dumb-ass businessman was very clever from the jump. Instead of it being a villain with some nefarious plot in mind for trying (and failing at first, oh hi Fred, I mean Flash Thompson) to kidnap Spider Man to unmask him and ask what is up with his company, this Roxxon dickhead is all about his misguided self interest (I absolutely love the text that gives us the bare-bones of the backstories for both Silver, who is practical and down to brass tax as a mercenary for a reason, and Donald who is like a slightly more functional Donald than the one in current events). Why did Spider-Man do what he does in attacking the bad guys and saving civilians on Roxxon properties? It couldn't simply be that... Spider-Man does the *right* things, right? I know I should take off some points for the somewhat abrupt Vulture appearance in the last issue, but even this ties in nicely with this Roxxon's not just incompetence but corrupt ways (even if he doesn't think that's the case). It's the kind of conflict that also amps things up personally for Peter - he almost comes out to Aunt May until she makes clear her savage take on the masked webslinger - while also making clear that sometimes it's a good idea to have a storyline where Peter/Spidey has to face off against total jackasses...with the exception of Silver Sable, up to a point, but even her crew are just jokes. It shakes things up in a way that's needed so that Spider-Man isnt only fighting nefarious super-powered beings or Fisk (who im sure we'll get back to next time). It doesn't change the entire trajectory of the story, but it doesn't have to - it puts into focus what is so effed up about Parker's existence, even while personally he should be on the rebound (though here, too, MJ still can't let go - I do hope the next issues see her moving on or defining herself without having it be about with/without him).

  13. 5 out of 5

    Fellipe Moscardini

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I must confess how impressed I am with Bendis and Bagley’s run. 90 issues in and it’s still very entertaining. I really enjoy it (I know that, according to some fans, that’s about to change pretty soon with The Clone Saga and Ultimatum...). This arc was not as great as the others, but it was a lot of fun, nonetheless. The Silver Sable/Roxxon story was predictable and, at the same time, convoluted, but it turned out fine. However, I absolutely hate the Ultimate version of Vulture. The character I must confess how impressed I am with Bendis and Bagley’s run. 90 issues in and it’s still very entertaining. I really enjoy it (I know that, according to some fans, that’s about to change pretty soon with The Clone Saga and Ultimatum...). This arc was not as great as the others, but it was a lot of fun, nonetheless. The Silver Sable/Roxxon story was predictable and, at the same time, convoluted, but it turned out fine. However, I absolutely hate the Ultimate version of Vulture. The character design is horrible and he’s not even the real Vulture, just some goon in a very bad costume... Peter Parker, as I’ve said many times before, is the cherry on top of every Ultimate Spider-Man issue. I’m really enjoying his relationship with Kitty Pride so far! Ah, just one more thing: The annual included in this compilation is the best part of it! A solid arc with a great annual! 3.5/5 stars

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    There's not a lot to this one in terms of overarching plot, but I love the stuff it does do. I completely forgot about Peter and Kitty but I love it. Silver Sable is at once a red herring, competent adversary to Spider-Man, and out of her league in the realm of SHIELD/supers. Roxxon is kind of a bumbling idiot and it's just a funny addition that also hints at something - could go nowhere but who knows. I gotta say I'm not a huge fan of Bagley's art, or at least the way he draws women. It's one th There's not a lot to this one in terms of overarching plot, but I love the stuff it does do. I completely forgot about Peter and Kitty but I love it. Silver Sable is at once a red herring, competent adversary to Spider-Man, and out of her league in the realm of SHIELD/supers. Roxxon is kind of a bumbling idiot and it's just a funny addition that also hints at something - could go nowhere but who knows. I gotta say I'm not a huge fan of Bagley's art, or at least the way he draws women. It's one thing to make all women have the same body, but in this volume, young Sable looked identical to Gwen Stacy in early issues and that's kind of messed up. Get some perspective, dude.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Henry Blackwood

    I think I’m rating this one a little highly because I love the annual in this and Peter and Kitty funnily enough. Although I still love MJ, im very interested to see how that all comes to a head. I also have a big crush on the silver sable. Needs me a strong gal like that. But the Roxxon storyline was a little messy for all the foreshadowing it had around it and it felt a little disappointing I was hoping the corporation to have a little more depth to it but maybe the story will open up later?

  16. 5 out of 5

    Marloges

    I really loved the Kitty/Peter part but I can't help but be frustrated by how naive Peter is acting throughout this series, he just doesn't seem to learn. I'm aware that he's 15-years old but he's supposed to be a genius! He just keeps involving into affairs he doesn't understand anything of, keeps getting demasked and looks like a fool at the end. It's part of the charme, but it's really time for some development. This might sound harsh but aside from that frustration I really enjoyed this one. I really loved the Kitty/Peter part but I can't help but be frustrated by how naive Peter is acting throughout this series, he just doesn't seem to learn. I'm aware that he's 15-years old but he's supposed to be a genius! He just keeps involving into affairs he doesn't understand anything of, keeps getting demasked and looks like a fool at the end. It's part of the charme, but it's really time for some development. This might sound harsh but aside from that frustration I really enjoyed this one. (Vulture!)

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lizzy

    Good volume overall! Although I must say all of Spider-Man's quips get on my nerves after awhile. Like 'we get it, you make fun of your foes while you fight them, you don't have to do it 10 times in a single fight'. Good volume overall! Although I must say all of Spider-Man's quips get on my nerves after awhile. Like 'we get it, you make fun of your foes while you fight them, you don't have to do it 10 times in a single fight'.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Noah

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I felt like Peter was still giving it his all in this volume. I love that The Kitty relationship stayed, and I thought that Silver Sable was done incredibly well. The switching of allegiances has been an absolute rollercoaster. Vulture was a bit unexpected, but I'll take it! I felt like Peter was still giving it his all in this volume. I love that The Kitty relationship stayed, and I thought that Silver Sable was done incredibly well. The switching of allegiances has been an absolute rollercoaster. Vulture was a bit unexpected, but I'll take it!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kieran Westphal

    Just a little tired of the Ultimate Universe's focus on making all the heroes of the MU into unlikable stooges for a corrupt and murderous government bureaucracy. It's a Bush era gimmick that wore out its welcome real fast. Just a little tired of the Ultimate Universe's focus on making all the heroes of the MU into unlikable stooges for a corrupt and murderous government bureaucracy. It's a Bush era gimmick that wore out its welcome real fast.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Zelly B.

    My favourite Spidey series of all time. This is actually a (2x) re-read of the entire series.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth

    Spider-man is captured and more people sees his face.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kris Ritchie

    OK, i totally ship Spider-Kitty

  23. 4 out of 5

    Frans Kempe

    Roxxon hires Silver Sable to find Spider-man

  24. 4 out of 5

    Anthony

    Started off great but idk why this one just kinda fell flat for me.

  25. 5 out of 5

    B

    Silver Sable and her team just seemed incompetent.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rix

    Interesting developments for sure. Only time will tell if they pay off or not

  27. 5 out of 5

    Caleb Abel

    Straight from the greatness of Vol 14: Warriors back to the ok-to-very-good-ness of the rest of the series.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tim

    This one was great.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cyril

    Still good and fresh story and art but forgettable. Peter is followed and kidnapped by some guys. 3.5 stars

  30. 4 out of 5

    Fbzgab2331

    good

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