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The Magnificent SpiderMan

The Magnificent SpiderMan

by Nijuice
Peter Parker is an average teenager who must learn to manage his life as "The Magnificent Spider-Man!" A retelling of the iconic series "The Amazing Spider-Man" created by Stan-Lee and Steve Ditko.

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The Magnificent SpiderMan

Peter Parker is an average teenager who must learn to manage his life as "The Magnificent Spider-Man!" A retelling of the iconic series "The Amazing Spider-Man" created by Stan-Lee and Steve Ditko.

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Last Panel
Location: Osborn *Manor
Nijuice
June 19th, 2016
second to last panel
Harry: *sent
New Spidey outfit in honor of the announcement of the PS4 game that sadly releases sometime next year...

I hope you enjoy this chapter of The Magnificent Spider-Man!
Shout out to Static Shock! Haha
Nijuice
June 17th, 2016
Issue 4 starts on July 15th! Thank you for reading!
RobertFitch
June 15th, 2016
Awkward Transition
On the previous page, Peter is downtown - street level - New York city. On this page, in panel one he's talking about being called to go down somewhere - not from street level - but somewhere that is really up high and not into the sewers. Then, in panel two is a nice drawing of him breaking a cement wall. From panel three onward he's falling into a spider web. At this point, I'm confused. However, the next page explains it.

I'm desperately trying to avoid a Spoiler Alert. Ha. Ha. However, IMO, the transition that you're trying to accomplish within these two pages is a bit awkward.
RobertFitch
June 14th, 2016
Communication Graphics
Here are the three common communication graphics (a.k.a., Balloon, a.k.a., Bubble):
a.) Speech - Talking out loud, usually, to someone else
b.) Thought - Internal thoughts of a character
c.) Sound Effect - e.g., BAM!, Click!, Gulp!, KA-BOOM!, POW!, ZOOM!, etc.

I feel that your "Gulp" should be shown in a sound effect balloon/bubble; a long with a couple of other words used on this page.
Directional Lines
"D A S H !" is shown in your well-drawn directional lines (i.e., IMO, writing out the word is unnecessary).
RobertFitch
June 14th, 2016
Panel Two Explained
Elizabeth 'Liz' Allan says, "..." meaning that we cannot hear what she is saying. However, there's the word, "D A ~ N G" above her head that is said by somebody. And, definitely not said by the boy standing next to her.

Panel two is clear but for some reason I feel like I need to explain it...out loud.
RobertFitch
June 14th, 2016
Shove
Writing the word, "Shove" was understood in the action (i.e., IMO, it wasn't necessary to write it out).
RobertFitch
June 14th, 2016
Huff Huff Puff
LOL
Backseat Driver
In the last picture, it looks as though Ben has let Jesus take the wheel - he has become the backseat driver.
Welcome to the World
Is the welcome mat inside the house? If so, is that common? If so, is that to reduce the possibility of it getting stolen? Kappa

I think that it's inspiring to have the welcome mat inside. As you're leaving the house, it's saying, "Welcome" to the jungle (i.e., beyond this door is another world outside).
Nijuice
May 17th, 2016
@DismissedEye: Thank you! I'm glad that you like it! :)
I just draw with pens.
Nijuice
May 17th, 2016
LOL Thank you!
DismissedEye
May 12th, 2016
Just found this today, and I really like it! :D

Keep up the good work!

Also, do you draw digitally or with pens?
Omg Dat doughnut eating face though.
DismissedEye
May 12th, 2016
XDDD "I'm swole" HAHAHA
That last panel will give me nightmares...



...In a good way, of course. :3