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Marvel Weddings

3.50  ·  Rating details ·  30 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Reed and Sue, heart and soul of Marvel's First Family of Super-Heroes. Peter and Mary Jane, the spider and the supermodel. Scott and Jean, childhood sweethearts sworn to protect a world that hates and fears them. Break out the tissue, True Believer: The House of Ideas cordially invites you to celebrate the history-making nuptials of its greatest couples in this keepsake ed ...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published February 1st 2005 by Marvel Comics Group
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Nov 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Reading the Spider-Man wedding was like visiting an old friend
Aug 06, 2008 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: m.m.m.s. swingers
If there’s anything better than romance comics or superhero comics it’s romantic superhero comics, aka superheroes getting married. If you agree with me then this violently romantic book is for you.
The book is a compilation of superhero wedding stories that always end up in supervillains crashing the nuptials and ass smashing punch-ups breaking out! Stories include Spiderman marrying Mary Jane Watson, Bruce(Hulk smash)Banner gittin’ hitched to Betty Ross, and Scott Summers/Cyclops of the X-Men
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Jun 20, 2018 rated it liked it
I had a really interesting time with this, as a collection of all the pre 2000 Marvel wedding issues it's obviously gonna be a mixed bag but man, it really helped me come to term with my issues with pre 80s comics. For the longest time I've always said I don't have a lot of interest in that stuff because I just couldn't get into a story that followed those early writing tenants and dialogue style, but reading through this I realized that there is a way to do this style well and make it an engagi ...more
There are some really fun stories here. Of course, Reed & Sue's wedding is a particular favorite as Jack Kirby really pulled out all the stops in trying to throw in every Marvel hero and villain (at the time) he could. It's a crazy no-holds-barred Kirby-extravaganza that everyone who was bored at a wedding as a kid would have loved. On the more sedate side we have Peter & Mary Jane's wedding and Cyclops & Marvel Girl/Phoenix/Jean Grey's wedding, the latter is the only really disappointing one be ...more
Feb 01, 2014 rated it liked it
I bought this mainly for the Spider-Weddding (which sadly wasn't included in the otherwise great "You Just Hit The Jackpot" collection from Marvel). But I was pleasantly surprised by the other wedding stories. The best in the entire collection is likely Scott Summers and Jean Grey's wedding in 1994. I wasn't crazy over the artwork but it's a very sweet story, made all the better by it being a simple wedding story: no supervillains attacking. It's beautifully narrated by Professor Xavier, a great ...more
Aug 02, 2011 rated it really liked it
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A very sweet collection of the major marriage moments in the Marvel universe. In reading this anthology, you do lose a bit of the story line because you are not reading it along with the actual comic that surrounds it but the authors are always good enough to explain what is going on and all of them are standalones so we can all read about the wedding. Spiderman and Mary Jane, Scott Summers and Jean Grey, Yellowjacket and Wasp, Bruce Banner and Betty Ross, Reed and Sue Richards, Quicksilver and ...more
Jun 07, 2016 rated it really liked it
Collections like this are a great way to step into the very, very vast world of comics. The stories selected range from early to modern, and it's interesting to see the changes in storytelling as the craft evolved.
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May 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A very sweet little collection. Got it for the cover story as I'd never read the Spidey wedding story. It was the weakest link. Inked by Vince Coletta. It's actually a two-part story, with the honeymoon in Paris with Mary Jane not collected in this book. Felt a bit robbed on that point. The rest of the book is great though.
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