Tag Archives: Spider-Gwen

Preview: SPIDER-WOMEN: OMEGA #1

Preview: SPIDER-WOMEN: OMEGA #1

SPIDER-WOMEN: OMEGA #1 Written by Dennis Hopeless Art by Nico Leon and Rachelle Rosenberg Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: June 1, 2016 THE TITANTIC CONCLUSION TO THE SPIDER-EVENT OF 2016! Silk is out of commission and Spider-Woman and Spider-Gwen return to Earth-65 for an impossible final battle. They are out-gunned, out-manned, out-numbered and out-planned.

Review: SPIDER-WOMEN ALPHA #1

SPIDER-WOMEN ALPHA #1 Written By Robbie Thompson, Dennis Hopeless & Jason Latour Art by Vanessa Del Rey & Jordie Bellaire Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: April 6, 2016 Three little spiders, caught in a web. Gwen Stacy, Cindy Moon, and Jessica Drew take a break from their daily lives and traverse across dimensions to

Preview: SPIDER-WOMEN: ALPHA #1

SPIDER-WOMEN: ALPHA #1 Written by Robbie Thompson Art by Vanessa R. Del Rey and Jordie Bellaire Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: April 6, 2016 SPIDER-WOMEN PART 1! The Spider-Event of 2016 is here, bringing SPIDER-GWEN, SILK and SPIDER-WOMAN together for a story too big for any one of their books! Spider-Woman is taking a

TRADE WAITING: Week of December 2, 2015

Greetings and Salutations my fellow TRADE WAITERS! It’s another Monday, which means another look at the week’s hottest trade paperbacks, collected editions, and graphic novels in this edition of “Trade Waiting” – your weekly spotlight of five noteworthy comic book collections that are being released this coming Wednesday and why you should watch out for

Review: RADIOACTIVE SPIDER-GWEN #2

RADIOACTIVE SPIDER-GWEN #2 Written by Jason Latour Art by Robbi Rodriguez Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: November 11, 2015 So, here we are now in issue number two of the freshly rebooted Spider-Gwen series, Radioactive Spider-Gwen. It is hard to truly consider it a true reboot when the continuity between the previous issues and the newer

GAME CHANGERS: Jason Latour on SPIDER-GWEN

Marvel Comics has definitely double (triple) downed on female-led titles this year, with 17 announced for All-New All-Different Marvel going into 2016. One of their most successful — and most surprising — is Spider-Gwen, the adventures of an alternate universe Gwen Stacy who received spider-powers rather than her boyfriend Peter Parker. Spider-Gwen has taken the

Review: SPIDER-GWEN #5

SPIDER-GWEN #5 Written by Jason Latour Art by Robbi Rodriguez and Rico Renzi Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: June 10, 2015 This is a comic where Spider-Gwen gets drawn into the middle of a Lady Gaga-styled Felicia Hardy (supported by her cat-headed back-up fighter-dancers) and her blood feud with Matt Murdock, Kingpin’s lawyer-and-assassin (supported

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