Spider-Man: Get Kraven

 SMGJ   (Marvel, 2002-2003)

™ and ©2002 Marvel Characters, Inc.

Written by former Howard Stern Show writer Ron Zimmerman, Get Kraven (the title’s a nod to the classic Michael Caine crime film “Get Carter”) is the story of a former super-villain’s search for love, fame and riches on the back lots of Hollywood’s movie studios. Standing in Kraven’s way is a delusional uncle who thinks he is actually Kraven’s father (the original Kraven the Hunter), an insane Hollywood producer, drugged-out prima donna actresses and even Namor, the Sub-mariner! Filled with references to countless movies and insipid name-dropping, the book seems to be more about Zimmerman’s own struggles to become a Hollywood player than a fictional account of a villain attempting to go straight. There is more than a passing resemblance to the Robert Altman directed film “The Player.”

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#1

  8/1/2002
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#2

  9/1/2002
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#3

  10/1/2002
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#4

  11/1/2002
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#5

  12/1/2002
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  1/1/2003
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