Sunday, February 10, 2013

Superior Spider-Man - Amazing - Ben Rosenthal



1.  A close up of Otto/Peter from the chest up.  He is staring at something on the table in front of him, but it is off panel so we cannot see it.

CAPTION (OTTO/PETER)
All of Peter’s powers.  His past.  His life.


2.  A closer panel showing Otto/Peter smirking triumphantly.  He is still concentrating on what is in front of him, yet we can still not see it.

CAPTION (OTTO/PETER)
Hmmm…Gwen and Peter went swimming.  I’ll look into that memory later.
Of all that I have inherited from Parker there is one thing I enjoy the most.


3.  A wide shot so we can see what is in fact on Otto/Peter’s table.  It is a smorgasbord of food – fried, chocolate, pizza – all the bad stuff.  Otto/Peter is delving into the food as if he had been starving for a week.

CAPTION (OTTO/PARKER)
His amazing metabolism.


5 comments:

  1. Haha. I wasn't sure where this page was going but that last panel lends it a nice, light touch.

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  2. Great idea, Ben. And thanks for bringing the Superior one to the table!

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  3. Like Dan I was unsure where you might take this page, but your choice is bang on. Its light and fun and fits in neatly with both Parker and Otto. I also liked the little nod to the old series with the final caption reading amazing. That word just goes hand in hand with Spider-man now.

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  4. I always like it when comic-books play with superpowers in unique ways. After months of Doc Ock being on deaths doors and the ULTIMATE VILLAIN, it's nice seeing someone actually show a levity to the character.

    I mean, who wouldn't pig out. He knows Peter will eventually get the body back, so worst case scenario is he forces Peter to put on a few pounds via extreme eating.

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    You're totally going to steal that now. Curses!

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  5. Haha. Well played, Mr. Rosenthal. Well played.

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