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Marvel Adventures - Spider-Man, Hulk & Iron Man by Paul Tobin
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Jan 15, 09

bookshelves: graphic-novel, all-ages, superheroes
Read in January, 2009

Aimed at younger readers, the Marvel Adventures line is in a lot of ways the most fun version of the Marvel Universe out there, and this series is a perfect example of why. Every story is just Hulk, Spider-Man, and Iron Man hanging out and having wacky adventures -- it's like classic Silver Age stories with snappy, contemporary dialogue. But that doesn't mean that the stories are "dumbed down" for kids; one of the best of the four stories here is one where they come across a former supervillian who wants to become a country music star -- at first, they're suspicious, but he's legit, and THEY'RE the ones who make the situation worse, and they're willing to own up to it.

But mostly it's about stuff like three guys trying to dogsit for Cerberus. And that's more than okay.

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