Help me out /co/. Guide me through my first comic. I'm set to go to a comic shop later today and buy my first comics. I want to get a few from a series in order. Like issues 1, 2, and 3. Mostly looking into Marvel since I'm most familiar with it.
I'm a huge Spidey fan so that's a place I'd be comfortable starting at. What should I do?
Amazing Spider-Man is the 'core' Spider-Man title at the moment, and it's the comic that follows his primary adventures. It's on issue...six? I think? right now, so it's a good time to pick that up from issue 1.
I literally wrote a trade does. It collects issues. And yeah, sorry, but you can't be a "huge spidey fan" and never have read a single spider-man comic. You're a casual spider-man fan who likes 2 good movies and one good TV show with a season and a half.
man you two sound so stupid you can be a fan and not have read the comic >>78868887
and OP theres Trade Paper back wich collects around 6 issues and you can get omnibus which tend to collect a writes run meaning several arcs from begging to end go with TPB first i would say try some easy entry level stuff like CHEW, SAGA, the only spider man i am reading right now is spider man 2099 which is pretty fun or just choose something from my shelf in the pic you cant go wrong
I told him to buy a fucking spider-man trade that looks cool to him. There is no club but man, I sure am a huge Batman fan.
I saw The Dark Knight Returns and three episodes of the Brave and the Bold! Are you reading what YOU are writing?
heres some spider man /co/ recommend trades
Yeah it's not exclusive to Spidey. Considering GotG too among others. Is ANAD a good start or how far back should I be going? Kingdom Come was a recommended piece that I was shown and was interested in
the movie GotG is pretty much its own thing i belive there is a incarnation of that team but the book wasnt that popular if i remember correct go to this webssite and read them there for free http://viewcomic.com/ and if you like a series buy that way your supporting your writer or hobby
Why don't you try the local Library first?