Spider-Woman
Jessica Drew has tangled with some of the worst and toughest criminals the Marvel Universe has to offer - and she's even done it while learning to be a mom! But even the sleepless nights and exhausting responsibilities of motherhood couldn't have prepared her for her toughest challenge yet - the scare tactics of the Hobgoblin! But the big question is, just who's lurking under the Goblin's mask!? In the fight of her life, Jessica will be pushed to the absolute brink physically, mentally and emotionally as Hobgoblin does the unthinkable...Collecting: Spider-Woman 13-17

Spider-Woman Details

TitleSpider-Woman
Author
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJun 13th, 2017
PublisherMarvel
ISBN1302903306
ISBN-139781302903305
Number of pages112 pages
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Graphic Novels Comics, Superheroes, Marvel

Spider-Woman Review

  • Artemy Nizovtsev
    March 29, 2017
    Awww man, I can't believe they cancelled Spider-Woman! What a bummer! Well, at least it didn't get dragged through yet another godawful crossover event. Don't get me wrong, Civil War 2 tie-in volume was still really good, but who needs to see more great characters get involved in a Nazi Steve Rogers storyline? Certainly not me. Anyway, Dennis Hopeless has written a consistently awesome comic, and thanks to him Jessica Drew became one of my favorite Marvel characters. This volume was just as good Awww man, I can't believe they cancelled Spider-Woman! What a bummer! Well, at least it didn't get dragged through yet another godawful crossover event. Don't get me wrong, Civil War 2 tie-in volume was still really good, but who needs to see more great characters get involved in a Nazi Steve Rogers storyline? Certainly not me. Anyway, Dennis Hopeless has written a consistently awesome comic, and thanks to him Jessica Drew became one of my favorite Marvel characters. This volume was just as good as the previous three (not counting the Spider-Verse tie-in), combining fun superheroic adventures with some emotional stakes. And the last issue was pure gold, an excellent send-off to a remarkable series. It felt a bit abrupt, but then again, it always feels like that when a beloved series gets canned. All I have to say is, so long, Spider-Woman. You will be missed. And I am looking forward to whatever Dennis Hopeless has planned next.
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