Spider-Man/Spider-Gwen
K-I-S-S-I-N-G! That’s just one of the things that makes this a very modern Marvel team-up, as the two most sensational web-spinners of the 21st century cross paths — and lock lips! Miles Morales and Gwen Stacy are two young heroes from different Earths, but what threat could unite the Spider-Man and Spider-Woman of the new generation? The answer will rock both their worlds! Not for the first time, Miles will find himself in another universe — and he’s in pursuit of someone he holds dear. But will that description soon apply to Gwen? Or, as the stakes are raised, will this spider-crossed pair see teen romance give way to arachnid animosity? First comes love, then comes much worse, then comes chaos in the Multiverse!Collecting: SPIDER-MAN (2016) #12-14 and SPIDER-GWEN (2015B) #16-18.

Spider-Man/Spider-Gwen Details

TitleSpider-Man/Spider-Gwen
Author
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseMay 30th, 2017
PublisherMarvel
ISBN130290762X
ISBN-139781302907624
Number of pages136 pages
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Marvel, Spider Man, Comic Book, Graphic Novels Comics

Spider-Man/Spider-Gwen Review

  • Arya Stark
    March 26, 2017
    Yikes this was bad.....Spider Gwen did start out so well originally and has now turned into this.Spider-Man not being PP is always not going to be as good too me but this could have been a good crossover.
  • Dan
    May 28, 2017
    This crossover sees Spider-Man, Miles Morales, dimension-hop over to Earth-65 where he teams up with that world's Spider-Woman, Gwen Stacey. His Dad, now an agent of SHIELD, has gone missing. The two spider-people go off to look for him only to discover that Earth-65 has a Jefferson of it's own...I thought this story worked well, even if it did use the hook of having the pair kiss. It comes across from the cover as a romance story but it's really not- the romantic moment is brief. The pair do ha This crossover sees Spider-Man, Miles Morales, dimension-hop over to Earth-65 where he teams up with that world's Spider-Woman, Gwen Stacey. His Dad, now an agent of SHIELD, has gone missing. The two spider-people go off to look for him only to discover that Earth-65 has a Jefferson of it's own...I thought this story worked well, even if it did use the hook of having the pair kiss. It comes across from the cover as a romance story but it's really not- the romantic moment is brief. The pair do have a good relationship, the only young spider-people around at the moment. I really like how much Miles looks up to Gwen and her experience as a spider-person. This is a crossover rather than a series so we get three issues of the Spider-Man team (Brian Bendis writing and Sarah Pichelli on art) and three of the Spider-Gwen team (Jason Latour writing and Robbie Rodriguez on art). Now I adore the main Spider-Man series and Pichelli's art is up there with the best of any comic book artist around at the moment. The framing style of the Spider-Man chapters worked superbly and it was sorely missed when not used in the Spider-Gwen chapters. Whilst I quite like Rodriguez' art it feels so odd having the ultra-real Pichelli art followed by his cartoony style. It was certainly an interesting experiment that worked well for the most part. The Spider-Man half of the story was better though I have to say and this isn't a crossover I particularly want to see repeated any time soon.
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  • Alex Sarll
    April 4, 2017
    I question the wisdom of putting Miles Morales in a dimension-hopping story when he's only just switched homeworlds himself and nobody including him seems to be aware of that in-story; you're pretty much popping a day-glo multiversal bonnet on the elephant in the room. But this crossover is a lot of fun nonetheless, simply because the two leads are such a good pairing. Indeed, as the title suggests, they may be an even better pairing than we thought. The tangled web of interdimensional espionage I question the wisdom of putting Miles Morales in a dimension-hopping story when he's only just switched homeworlds himself and nobody including him seems to be aware of that in-story; you're pretty much popping a day-glo multiversal bonnet on the elephant in the room. But this crossover is a lot of fun nonetheless, simply because the two leads are such a good pairing. Indeed, as the title suggests, they may be an even better pairing than we thought. The tangled web of interdimensional espionage is fine, but it's as the story gets weirder that it really comes into its own, not least the hilarious single panel in which they end up in an alternate world where something smells distinctly off.
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  • Chris Lemmerman
    May 14, 2017
    [Read as single issues]I've had my issues with the Spider-Gwen series since it started, but Miles Morales' solo series has always been very good. Mashing the two of them together is an interesting experiment, but not one I'd like to see repeated any time soon.When Miles' father goes undercover for SHIELD and subsequently disappears, Miles heads across dimensions to Spider-Gwen's Earth for a team-up that will bring him face to face with Gwen's world's version of his father, who isn't quite as nic [Read as single issues]I've had my issues with the Spider-Gwen series since it started, but Miles Morales' solo series has always been very good. Mashing the two of them together is an interesting experiment, but not one I'd like to see repeated any time soon.When Miles' father goes undercover for SHIELD and subsequently disappears, Miles heads across dimensions to Spider-Gwen's Earth for a team-up that will bring him face to face with Gwen's world's version of his father, who isn't quite as nice.The main complaint I have with this series is that it's about 2 issues too long, maybe 3. The middle few issues are mostly just Gwen and Miles bouncing from place to place, dimension to dimension, and getting nowhere with their search for Jefferson. Their banter is quite fun, and the issue that brings Spider-Ham into the picture is great.The artwork is easily the high point of this one. Sara Pichelli draws all three Miles issues, while Robbi Rodriguez draws all three Gwen ones, and while their styles are wildly different, it's always a treat to see what madness Bendis and Latour can throw at them.Overall, a middle-of-the-road crossover that kind of depends on the shock value of the cover to get the story going, but it's not too bad.
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  • Iris Nevers
    March 22, 2017
    This was a great cross over and I really enjoyed it. I definitely can't wait for what's next!
  • Norman
    March 25, 2017
    Okay story, but haphazard presentation. I really can't stand the art and direction of the Spider-Gwen series, and I wish the whole this was just the normal Spider-Man stuff. Good chemistry between Miles and Gwen.
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