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Untold Tales of Spider-Man

Written by: Stan Lee
Narrated by: David DeSantos
Length: 13 hrs and 6 mins

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In the spirit of the popular Marvel comic book, this exciting new anthology has over a dozen original tales that span the career of the amazing Spider-Man. Stan Lee, Spidey's co-creator, and Kurt Busiek, the award-winning writer of the Untold Tales of Spider-Man comic book, present these new stories from his earliest days as a costumed hero and beyond. 

From Will Murray's tale of Spider-Man's encounter with the astonishing Ant-Man to Michael Jan Friedman's story of the Green Goblin's attempt to learn Spidey's true identity; from Richard Lee Byer's examination of the aftermath of the death of Gwen Stacy to Adam-Troy Castro's gripping chronicle of one of Spidey's last battles with Kraven the Hunter; plus stories by Tom DeFalco, Ann Nocenti, Christopher Golden, and many more - these are spectacular new tales of Spider-adventure!

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  • Willis Burns
  • 08-02-20

Mostly fluff

I gave this a decent star rating because it deserved that, at least. However, much of this left a ton to be desired. Many times, this didn’t even feel like Spider-man but a writer with a short story who decided to “tack on” spider-man. Proceed with caution, although it was still enjoyable.

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  • MR N S BHALLA
  • 18-02-20

Nice anthology, with more hits than misses

If you want Spider-Man stories and don't have time to pick up comics, then this anthology is great. Being anthology, some stories are better than others, and oddly the worst one where Spider-Man and Ant-Man team is near the start. However, there are some real gems - particularly the final story. On the performance - the reader seemed to have only one New York accent, and it made distinguishing between some of the characters difficult.