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16 Reddit comments about Spider-Verse:

u/MySonsdram · 14 pointsr/Marvel

Spider-Verse. This is what you want.

u/Tigertemprr · 6 pointsr/comicbooks

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u/FancyKilerWales · 5 pointsr/Spiderman

To read the full event you should buy Spider Verse and Edge of Spider Verse

The annoying part though is that the Spider Verse book is not in reading order so it makes it a pain in the ass to read. But here is a reading order you can use

One last thing I would recommend is Marvel Unlimited since you can read thousand of Spidey comics on your phone, laptop or tablet. I might even have a free trial month I can give to you.

u/Adam_Absence · 5 pointsr/Marvel

I'm actually reading through Spider-Verse myself, and this is the book I bought. It collects the entire event, as well as most of the tie ins. It's basically everything you need, and more

u/mugenhunt · 3 pointsr/Marvel

The main Spider-Verse event is collected in this book:

There's an optional prelude in this book:

u/centipededamascus · 2 pointsr/comicbooks

If you want to read about the Spider-Verse, check these out:

u/BananaJoe1985 · 1 pointr/Spiderman

I started with the straczynski-Run, which i really liked, but I think they are hard to get right now.

Spider-Man: Big Time Ultimate Collection

The Big Time Collections 1-4 are pretty good and directly lead into superior Spider-man.

Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man Ultimate Collection Book 1 (Ultimate Spider-Man (Graphic Novels))

Miles Morales Ultimate Collection 1-3 are really good. But there are spoilers for the original Ultimate Spider-man.



Spider-verse is fun, but probably confusing for newer readers.

u/DarkTriptych · 1 pointr/comicbooks

Not an answer to your question but related:

Where did you get that TPB of the main spider-verse event in the middle?

I only see one listing for the paperback on Amazon and the release date is in march. Is there another edition that I'm not finding for some reason?

u/rambopandabear · 1 pointr/MovieDetails

Would this be the one you mean? I'd like to read these, but yeah definitely don't want to try to hunt down individual issues, and prefer physical for my reading media. Thanks for the help!

u/MetalJrock · 1 pointr/SpidermanPS4

You should read this book then.

And then once you’re done that book read this one.

Want to know what these have in common? No primarily Sony-owned properties.

u/ITworksGuys · 1 pointr/movies

Just in case you guys are interested, they did the Spider Verse in the comics. It wasn't bad.

u/REC_Blobkat · 1 pointr/Spiderman

Oh yeah, I'm definitely picking up Superior. I honestly bought the first volume thinking it was a stand-alone universe, and read about halfway through it before switching to Ultimate. I really loved what I read, but at the time I was more interested in reading about Peter Parker. Still super cool looking back and putting the pieces together realizing Superior is a part of the Amazing run. And I definitely want to try to stick to chronological order over anything, so I'll get to Spider-Verse in due time.

As for the Champions series with Miles, I kinda saw the titles, but ultimately I think I'm going to stay away from it. I honestly think I prefer just reading mainly about the individual stories rather than what they get into as teams (unless maybe it was like a 1-shot sort of team-up volume like Spider-Men).

Just for shigs, I'm gonna lay out my current understanding of the storyline and if you could interject anything that you think I'm missing out on or if I've got the order out of wack:

For the Miles Line -- Ultimate Miles books 1-3 (includes Spider-Men vol1, as well as 3 issues of Cataclysm in the 3rd book---should I still pick up Cataclysm as a standalone book?) > Edge of Spider-Verse > Spider-Verse > Secret Wars Prelude > Secret Wars > Ultimate End > Spider-Man Miles Morales Vol 1 then continue through to vol 4 (is Civil War 2 worth reading after volume 1? - I see some stuff recommending it as a big tie-in event) > Spider-Men II > Secret Empire > then another Miles Morales Spider-Man vol1 which I believe picks up currently??

For the Peter Parker line, I found a general "how to" guide that references Dan Slott's run, but I don't know if there are other author tie-ins or who picks it up after the end of Slott -- Spider-Man Big Time 1 > sneaking Spider-Island into the middle of the Big Time issues because it looks like it's only briefly touched on in Big Time > Big Time 2-4 > Superior vol 1&2 > Amazing Spider-Man: The Parker Luck > Edge of Spider-Verse > Spider-Verse > Amazing SM: Graveyard Shift > Amazing SM: Spiral > Amazing SM Worldwide 1-4 > Amazing SM: Clone Conspiracy > World Wide 5-7 > Amazing SM: Venon INC is this one a good read or ok to skip? > Word Wide 8&9 > then red goblin, then Spider-geddon (as per suggested by you haha; and I believe Spider-geddon runs up to current status?)

Separate from that, I guess I'd pick up the new Superior Octopus & Superior Spider after Clone Conspiracy & Spider-geddon respectively (probably once it's in a collected format), & maybe check out Spider-Gwen's run, and I also had the owner of the comic shop mention a separate Amazing SM line where it's Peter, MJ, and their daughter all with powers? (I can't remember the title for the life of me though).

u/MateoPKeo · 1 pointr/Spiderman

If you want to read about Spider-Verse characters you have to get the Spider-Verse event. If you started at Spider-Mans beginning you have A LOT of reading before you see these characters.


u/SpagettInTraining · 1 pointr/Marvel

Someone suggested me Spiderverse. What do you guys think of that? And is this a good edition to get of it?

u/CircuitBreakerD · 1 pointr/comicbooks