Spider-Woman (2014-2015) #1

Spider Woman Spider Verse Tie In Jessica Drew is a woman with a mission and with Silk the newest spider character on the block at her side she ll have to put all her training to the test if she wants to make it

  • Title: Spider-Woman (2014-2015) #1
  • Author: Dennis Hopeless Greg Land Jay Leisten Frank D'Armata
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Spider Verse Tie In Jessica Drew is a woman with a mission and with Silk, the newest spider character on the block at her side, she ll have to put all her training to the test if she wants to make it out of Spider Verse alive
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    209 Comment

    • Hay says:

      I first started the Spider-Verse series by reading Silk, then Spider-Gwen, then the edge of the multi/spider-verse ones (the noir Spidey and then Gwen's first appearance), and now I'm on Spider-Woman. I'm probably going backwards, but I'm okay with that. I liked this comic and I really like the characters that have been introduced to me. I do feel, along with other reviewers that this was definitely aimed around Silk which surprises me because it's Jess's comic. I'm still interested to learn mor [...]

    • Jason Potrzeba says:

      Hopefully as this series progresses, the story becomes more about Jessica Drew rather than having it feel as if she is a secondary character in her own series. What little we get of her is great but it's way too little especially for a #1 book. This one could have easily been titled "Silk"

    • Kristen says:

      This is my first Spider comic so I don't know what's going on in the Spiderverse at all. The basic story isn't hard to understand and I already like the dialogue and characters. It's a good start!

    • Gina says:

      So this is the very first spider-verse comic I have ever read. I'm just getting to know the characters and had no idea spider-verse was all timey wimey. The writing kinda threw me off since I feel some words were left out at the beginning of sentences and I had to re-read things because I thought I was "missing something". This first book felt it was more about Silk herself instead of Spider-Woman. Is the Silk series that comes out this month gonna be about Spider-Woman? I'll check out a few mor [...]

    • Mariana says:

      No me gustó para nada. De hecho, lo mejor fue Silk. (Y Spider-Gwen al final.)Update: no voy a seguir leyendo Spider-Woman, porque me aburre. Voy a seguir con otros cómics que me gusten más.

    • Helene says:

      This was awesome. Can't wait to read the next issue. So so good. Love the art as well.

    • Attila Cthulhuson says:

      This was a really crummy introduction to Spider-Woman and Silk for me. I'd seen them as bit parts in other comics and was intrigued, but this comic didn't make me interested in either. Honestly, I couldn't even finish the last bit, even knowing that the awesome Captain Marvel shows up near the end for some reason.Silk is largely a pouty teenager who likes to run away a lot. I want to know more about her but despite this being a #1 it really begins with the assumption you know everyone already so [...]

    • Nathaniel says:

      I missed the explosion/creation of the "Spider-verse", clearly my mistake. I picked this up because I heard good things about Dennis Hopeless from Jay Rachel Edidin and Miles Stokes of "Rachel and Miles X-Plain the X-Men" Podcast, and, you know, Spider-Woman. But, clearly I need more information about what is going on with the "Spider-verse", cause while the story was fine, and relatively self-explanatory, I have little idea why any of it is going on.Since I have nothing else to say on the comic [...]

    • Steve Owens says:

      Hmmm, art was awesome. Story pretty good. I like Silk.

    • Melissa Noël says:

      Book #50 of the 2014 Reading Challenge.

    • Magdalena Wilson says:

      Was not impressed.

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