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Spider-Man: Forever Young

by Stefan Petrucha
Jul 24, 2017
7 Hours
Ages 13+
Take a swing through Spider-Man's past in an audiobook based on a classic tale - with an all-new story for the present day! Broke - again - and running out of excuses for girlfriend Gwen Stacy, Peter Parker goes looking for trouble, hoping to snag some rent-paying photos of his alter ego in action. But trouble comes to him when the Kingpin and the Maggia converge in a battle for a mysterious tablet! When the fight spills over to Empire State University, Peter finds himself in the crosshairs of not only the city's most nefarious villains, but also his friends - and the police!

Stefan Petrucha puts his pen to the classic "Stone Tablet Saga," which ComicsReview.com calls "Stan Lee's Marvel and Spider-Man at their peak." But the story doesn't end there: When the assumed-dead leader of the Maggia resurfaces, it'll take all of Spider-Man's wits to track him down! It doesn't help that Peter's beloved Aunt May may be dying. Can Peter fight off his enemies, save his aunt and graduate from college? Or has the ol' Parker luck disappeared for good?

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Director & Cast

Director Scott McCormick
Starring Richard Rohan as Narrator, Chris Stinson as Spider-Man, Steve Wannall as Silvermane, Andy Brownstein as Wilson Fisk, The Kingpin, Ken Jackson as Dr. Curt Connors, The Lizard, Michael John Casey as “Man Mountain” Marko, Gwen Grastorf as Vanessa Fisk, Chris Davenport as Caesar Cicero, Jessica Lauren Ball as Gwen Stacy, Lily Beacon as Aunt May with Alexander Strain, Matthew Schleigh, Matthew Bassett, James J. Johnson, Paul Reisman, Scott McCormick, Ken Yatta Rogers, Todd Scofield, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Mort Shelby, Chris Genebach, Mary C. Davis, Joe Mallon, Eric Messner, Scott Graham, Tim Pabon, Sasha Olinick, Evan Casey, Faith Potts, Bradley Smith, Nanette Savard, Jonathon Church, Alyssa Wilmoth, Christopher Graybill, Colleen Delany and Terence Aselford as J. Jonah Jameson
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Scott McCormick
Dialogue Editors Justin Wortz
Sound Designers Justin Wortz
Original Theme Music Thomas Hogan
Additional Original Music Justin Wortz
Producers Richard Rohan, Duane Beeman and Matt Webb
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Good but not great by Walter (Posted on 3/2/2019)
Time jump was weird. Has Gwen Stacy in the beginning, and she dies in the time jump. Just weird.
Spiderman Forever Young review by Andy (Posted on 8/27/2018)
Another enjoyable spidey story from Graphic Audio, full of thrilling adventure, I've enjoyed them all. The sound effects really bring the story to life. Can't wait for the next thrilling installment of our favourite web slinger.
Refined adaption of a Classic Spider-Man Tale by Revan (Posted on 8/12/2018)
Graphic Audio just gets better, the understanding of the character and what drives Peter Parker to don the mask of Spider-man everyday no matter the circumstances in his daily life is at the essence that has been captured in this story. He is not a billionaire, or a godlike alien his your everyday angsty Joe trying to do the right thing. Awesome voice acting, great production. Graphic Audio it is truly a Movie in your mind. Thank you to all at Graphic Audio you really bring joy to my day. Revan
Was This Trip Necessary? by PeanutGalleryComics (Posted on 11/8/2017)
Roughly the first 2/3 of this is a re-telling of some classic Lee/Romita stories from the late '60s. Classic as they are, they don't age well, and it's baffling why Petrucha felt this was worth re-telling, esp. when he retains some of the silliest plot, character, and dialogue points of the original. Knowing the story as well as I do, I was bored with much of the first half, and the 2nd half, with the exception of one good action scene, is dull in its own right; and silly Italian stereotypes like the Silvermane character simply can't sustain interest through an entire novel.
Spider-Man, Forever Young by Eoin (Posted on 11/5/2017)
I have to say first of all when I went to purchase this online it was over a weekend and I ran into some technical difficulties when trying to download my purchase. Well, the staff and team at GA couldn't have been more helpful and I was really impressed by how quickly the issue was resolved and my purchase completed.
The story itself was great, I really felt like I was getting two stories for one with my purchase too which really made it seem like good value. The performances were fantastic and helped to really bring a great sense of gravity to such zany characters while also capturing the mental anguish of the young hero.
spiderman forever young by joseph (Posted on 9/11/2017)
I loved this book! man, it brought me back to the days of reading the original story in amazing spiderman! thanks guys!!
psychological by rafael (Posted on 9/6/2017)
this wasn't a story with action good guys against bad. It went in depth about the psychological mind of the characters.
Review by Bos (Posted on 8/17/2017)
Another awesome spider-man story.
A Truly Classic Spider-Man Story by Frank (Posted on 8/12/2017)
From casting, to sound effects, to story, to narration... this brilliantly produced Spider-Man story hit all the elements that make Spider-Man my favorite character. You have all the relatable characteristics of Peter Parker, the challenges we all face day to day and the desire to do the right thing. It's a classic adaptation of the Amazing Spider-Man stories I look for. I can't recommend this enough and the sound effects alone really bring the story to life.
Was spiderman always this angsty? by damien (Posted on 7/27/2017)
One of the best books I have heard so far sound production wise. It's a classic Spiderman story that I remember adapted from the old 90's Spider-man show which was my introduction to the character. So a nice bit of nostalgia, and a good story only... was he always this angsty? I know Spiderman has always ran the gamut between comedy and teen drama, still every adaptation so far has been just a BIT more dramatic than I recall. Still if you like the wall crawler you will like this one.
Spider-Man: Forever Young by larrylarrylarry (Posted on 7/26/2017)
great. another spider-man book. it was great to read about a younger spider-man. got to buy it

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