COMICS: Doc Ock Battles The Green Goblin In SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN TEAM-UP #12 Preview

Next week will see the release of the final issue of Superior Spider-Man Team-Up, and in it we see the conclusion to a tale from the past as Doctor Octopus takes on Norman Osborn, a.k.a. the Green Goblin, in a brutal battle! Hit the jump to check this preview out!

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SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN TEAM-UP #12
Written by KEVIN SHINICK
Pencils by MARCO CHECCHETTO, RON FRENZ, SAL BUSCEMA
Cover by PAOLO RIVERA
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JoJo1982 - 4/18/2014, 3:47 AM
Damn!!!

He mad
dethpillow - 4/18/2014, 3:54 AM
the first part of this story, previous issue, was totally great.
and yeah, that's Frenz and Sal Buscema on art for most of the books. and it just feels so great to pick up that last issue and open it up and have that kind of stuff happening. I'm not all anti the state of art in comic books now, but still, it really kicks you in the head about how much we're missing with guys like this out of the game. I loved the last issue of this and can't wait to pick this one up.

sometimes with all the new coloring processes and whatever junk I assume happens to these new books, I wonder if it's really that art's changed or if it's just the whole process. but this is proof to me that yeah, art's changed. we've lost something really great. and like I said, not knocking everything new, but man, what great stuff, it just instantly makes u feel comfortable and happy.

like taking a bath in honey someone once said about something similar.
and i wouldn't say the last issue was a bath in honey, but it was a quick shower in honey, at least.

it's just another age and it's magic is closed off to us. i guess that's the way things go. no matter how carefully and how much love people put into referencing old things, it never feels the same. I wish guys like Frenz and Buscema would just keep knocking out monthly titles. even maybe give them something less demanding, give them some quarterly type book. i was really happy about last issue when it came out.

there's even a modern kind of feel to it, it's not straight retro. it's not aping.
dethpillow - 4/18/2014, 3:56 AM
plus the story is actually cool too. i'm just really happy about these two issues.
ckal - 4/18/2014, 5:39 AM
I've never understood how Doc Ock could take even one punch from Spider-Man and not die instantly.
stojr - 4/18/2014, 5:55 AM
Is this the same woman that stole the baby from Mary Jane and Peter back during the clone saga?
ComradeGrey - 4/18/2014, 6:56 AM
Excellent art.
CorndogBurglar - 4/18/2014, 7:13 AM
@ Ckal

Because Spider-Man pulls his punches when he's fighting people that aren't durable enough to take a full on punch from him.

Its not even something that you have to assume he's doing. He says it all the time.
TheRealSupaMan - 4/18/2014, 7:25 AM
Looks pretty cool, aint nuttin better than when Villians fight each other!
pointman - 4/18/2014, 8:24 AM
Good to see giants like Sal and Ron still working.
lawndart - 4/18/2014, 10:30 AM
@pointman
It is good seeing them at the helm!
I grew up on Sal and John. They influenced my early pencil work as a kid.
Thecondor14 - 4/18/2014, 2:14 PM
Dang Ock is going ham, I mean if they are doing a sinister 6 movie with both of them in it I want to see that panel where he knocks gobby through the wall in motion.
ckal - 4/18/2014, 4:02 PM
corndog-

I know he does this but Spider-Man is like a 10 tonner. He still hit Doc Ock hard enough to send him flying.
ckal - 4/18/2014, 4:02 PM
hits

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