Help Choosing Comic Books

WinklebottomWinklebottom Registered User regular
I have a soon to be 8 year old nephew, who is lets say awful at reading, but he loves Spiderman. I was thinking I could trick him into reading and thus practicing by getting him some Spiderman comics for his birthday (physical copies), what would be appropriate for someone of that age in the Spiderman storylines, maybe some sort of compendium that was a reprint of multiple individual books, that showed a complete storyline.

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  • WinklebottomWinklebottom Registered User regular
    So I'm thinking the or Stan Lee run of the Amazing Spiderman might be a good place to start.

  • see317see317 Registered User regular
    Wish I could offer some advice, but I don't read much in the way of comics and those I do read probably aren't really great for an 8 year old.
    You might try cross posting this to the Graphic Violence forum. https://forums.penny-arcade.com/categories/graphic-violence

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  • WiseManTobesWiseManTobes Registered User regular
    edited July 2019
    The Marvel Adventures line. Is lots of trades available.

    They were made for younger audiences but had real good humor/fun stories

    Is both an Avengers and Spider-man titles under the imprint.

    Is the series where the baseball game vs Galactus comes from.

    edit: Also the series this was from
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    edit: spoilered for scroll

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  • WinklebottomWinklebottom Registered User regular
    I was think zTH
    The Marvel Adventures line. Is lots of trades available.

    They were made for younger audiences but had real good humor/fun stories

    Is both an Avengers and Spider-man titles under the imprint.

    Is the series where the baseball game vs Galactus comes from.

    edit: Also the series this was from
    u6gF7.jpg

    edit: spoilered for scroll

    Thank you this might be perfect.

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