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Spider-Man: Fake Red

Spider-Man: Fake Red

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Seeing the parallels with Peter's real struggles with Yu figuring out what he wants to do with his new found suit and webs. Yu Onomae is a Japanese-American high school student who's too much of a wallflower to interact with anyone at his school, much less the girl he likes. From this, she correctly deduces that Yu is the Spider-Man who rescued her, and incorrectly deduces that Spider-Man has always been Yu. This book is fast-paced and pulls no punches with its fun or its focus on our character of Yu getting in over his head when he decides to play Spider-Man for a while in the real Spidey's absence. In the opening pages Asian-American teenager Yu - a well-meaning but quiet loner-type who is an average student in New York City - finds a discarded Spider-Man suit (complete with the web-shooters) hidden in an alleyway near his school.

He has never thought of himself as a hero until he finds Spider-man's costume and Spider-man is missing. Incompatible Orientation: Yu has a crush on his confidant Emma, only to learn that she is a closested lesbian with a crush on one of her classmates. The criminals' car is driven into the webbed barrier, resulting in them and their car getting flipped upside down. There's nothing wrong with that, of course, though given some of the thematic message of ItSV, I'd say that there's some argument there for the heartfelt idea of "anyone could put on the mask and be Spider-Man, even you" applying to the nature of this release.There were a few areas where I was confused, but when I pointed them out to more seasoned manga readers, the areas of confusion made more sense. I am referring to the ability to have the strength, and the resolve to be the hero that New York and the World need.

It's worth the read and might be a new favorite of mine in regards to manga approaches to established Western superheroes.He spends his spare time at the rock climbing gym, where he feels the most like his idol, Spider-Man.

The premise is an average teen (who rock climbs, so maybe not THAT average) happens upon Spidey's suit and dons it, with the predictable results. An awkward teenager puts on Spider-Man’s suit, but quickly learns being a hero isn’t all photo ops and social media likes. Big Bad: Mysterio, who instigates the plot by kidnapping Peter Parker and forcibly bonding him to the Venom symbiote. Naturally as a teenager he tries it on, goes outside and starts posing and taking pictures of himself only to hear someone screaming for help. He is striking out socially, failing classes, and lacking confidence in himself, but that changes when he happens to come across one of Spider-Man’s costumes abandoned in an alleyway.

Osawa gives readers a story that stands out and plays on the strength of what Spider-Man is and can do. And when he wears it outside and is recognized by New York's citizenry as Spider-Man, he caves under pressure and finds himself going on a rescue mission in a burning building.

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