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Spider-Woman in Major Victory Comics #1 (Chesler, 1944).
The short-lived Major Victory Comics series contains a range of great examples of the Chesler line.  Even the superheroes and adventure characters are off-beat and weird, and tend to be viewed through a horror-tinged lens at times.  Patriotic character Major Victory's origin moment is sparked by a character called Father Patriot, "a spirit born in[...]
Cover image for SPIDER-WOMAN #21 JUNGGEUN YOON COVER
This preview of Spider-Woman #21 is the last of this series for now, so read it while you've still got the chance! Aw, who are we kidding? We're sure we'll be showing you a preview of the all-new Spider-Woman #1 in four months or less, true believers! Check out the preview below. Spider-Woman #21 by Karla Pacheco[...]
Cover image for SPIDER-WOMAN #20 JUNGGEUN YOON COVER
In this preview of Spider-Woman #20, Jessica Drew considers giving up the spandex once and for all as her enemies plot against her Might as well do it, Jess Marvel can make a couple of legacy characters and then you get your own super-mega-crossover event when you come back in a few months! Check out[...]
Secret Invasion
It's Secret Invasion time! In the Spider-Woman comic book, we have recently seen the return of Skrull Queen Veranke, who impersonated Jessica Drew for years in the Avengers And, with the new Disney+ TV Series on the way, wondered what that might mean for Marvel reviving Secret Invasion in the comic books as well[...]
Cover image for Spider-Woman #19
There are two Jessica Drews in this preview of Spider-Woman #19, and why not? There are three Jokers, after all So why not two Spider-Women? Of course, one of them is a Skrull Are any of the Jokers a Skrull? We don't think so Checkmate Check out the preview below. Spider-Woman #19 by Karla Pachecho & Pere[...]
Cover image for Spider-Woman #18
If Kingpin has his way in this Wednesday's Spider-Woman #18… Spider-Woman WILL DIE! Check out the preview below. Spider-Woman #18 by Karla Pacheco & Pere Perez, cover by Junggeun Yoon DOWN CAME THE REIGN… A DEVIL'S REIGN TIE-IN! Mayor Wilson Fisk is purging vigilantes from his city, and Spider-Woman is on his list! Fisk will do anything to[...]
Cover image for Spider-Woman #17
What did you click on, Steve?! What did you do?! Anyway, the show must go on, amirite? Jessica Drew has been forbidden from using her powers in this preview of Spider-Woman #17, in stores on Wednesday from Marvel Comics Seriously Doctor's orders Well, Night Nurse's orders, technically Check out the preview below. SPIDER-WOMAN #17 SEP210987 (W) Karla Pacheco[...]
Sony Pictures Dates Two Unknown Marvel Movies for 2023
Also, there are rumors that it's going to be a Spider-Woman, aka Jessica Drew movie, and Jessica is fantastic and should have been on the big screen years ago Sony will probably announce what is going to take those release dates in the first half of 2022 Maybe after Morbius comes out, and we see[...]
Cover image for SPIDER-WOMAN #16
Next up, we've got a preview of Spider-Woman #16, in which Spider-Woman briefly considers the morality of allowing her 17-year-old niece to engage in dangerous super-heroics… before remembering she's in a comic book where child soldiers are widely accepted Spider-Woman #16 is in stores on Wednesday Check out the preview below. SPIDER-WOMAN #16 MARVEL COMICS AUG211175 AUG211177 – SPIDER-WOMAN[...]
Cover image for SPIDER-WOMAN #15
Spider-Woman #15 asks the age-old question: if you can't trust family, who can you trust? Spider-Woman's brother tricked her into stealing a miracle cure for his daughter and Spider-Woman's son, only to steal it from her and take it himself along with his girlfriend, embuing themselves with spider powers But does that make him a[...]
The Spider-Woman #1 (Marvel, 1978)
Despite being a character created for the most corporate of reasons (according to a 1978 Stan Lee interview, Marvel was essentially looking to defend their Spider-Turf) Jessica Drew is a character who has won people over.  Marvel writer Marv Wolfman, who initially assumed the idea was "one big joke" was so impressed after seeing the[...]
Cover image for SPIDER-WOMAN #14
Spider-Woman #14 is in stores from Marvel Comics on Wednesday, and Jessica Drew must come to grips with the fact that profits are thicker than both blood and water, especially when those profits are for the corrupt American pharmaceutical industry But while her own brother's company may have tried to steal the cure for a[...]
Spider-Woman #13 Review: Fast-Paced Humor
In Spider-Woman #13, Jessica Drew has an exciting life as she works both as a single mother to a precocious, powered toddler and continues her costumed adventures as Spider-Woman Through a complex series of events, she snagged a disk containing all the secrets of the High Evolutionary intended to help her, her son, and maybe[...]
Cover image for SPIDER-WOMAN #13
Spider-Woman #13 is in stores from Marvel Comics this Wednesday, promising an issue-long action sequence that should be fun to read And in this preview, we get a look at the start of that sequence as Fireball steals a floppy disk containing the secrets of the High Evolutionary, secrets Spider-Woman needs to save her niece[...]
Marvel Comics Full Solicits & Solicitations For August 2021
Who reveals they have been doing something rather fun with Spider-Woman Here's the solicitation. SPIDER-WOMAN #14 KARLA PACHECO (W) • PERE PERÉZ (A) Cover by JUNGGEUN YOON MARVEL GAMES VARIANT COVER BY NETEASE • Did you think, just because there were some done-in-one crazy action issues, that this arc WASN'T SERIOUS?!?!?! • You are WRONG, True Believer, as this issue picks[...]
The Jung-Geun Yoon cover to Spider-Woman #11, by Karla Pacheco and Pere Perez, in stores from Marvel Comics on April 21st
And in this preview of Spider-Woman #11, Jessica Drew is clearly feeling the pressure Her book has reached double digits, which is nearly always an indicator of a pending #1 issue reboot at Marvel And so, taking matters into her own hands, Jessica is getting "back to basics" in a "great jumping-on point" of an[...]
The Predator Hunts The Marvel Universe In A Series of Variant Covers
Capturing the horrifying, unforgiving nature of Predator with classic Marvel Comics storytelling, these outstanding covers are sure to capture the imagination of both Marvel and Predator fans as they prepare for what's next to come." Marvel sent us images of the following variant covers, along with information on when you can get your copy: Amazing Spider-Man #65[...]
The King In Black Possesses The Rest Of Marvel, Today (Spoilers)
Still, its presence is writ-large across the Marvel Universe today, Miles Morales: Spider-Man, Spider-Woman, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Symbiote Spider-Man, Return Of The Valkyries and, of course, Venom. For some, it's just the appearance of a dragon across the skies of Manhattan, such as Miles Morales: Spider-Man #22. Credit: Marvel In Spider-Woman, it gives us the circumstances[...]
Olivia Wilde To Direct a Possible Spider-Woman Movie for Sony
The conversation definitely showed that there's a good chance that the highly anticipated Spider-Woman is the Sony/Marvel film she's attached to after all. The Booksmart director stated, "Look, we are seeing this incredible influx of female directors and storytellers getting to take hold of this genre, of the superhero space, and infuse it with their own[...]
Captain Marvel #21 Review: Moments of Emotional Honesty
Credit: Marvel Comics Carol Danvers, the titular character, has teamed up with her sometimes love interest War Machine, troubled young heroine Hazmat, and the fist-swinging single mom superhero Spider-Woman Empowered by the united space empires of the Kree and the Skulls, she has split something called the Universal Weapon (a big honking space weapon hammer)[...]
*That* Milo Manara Spider-Woman Original Cover Art Up For Auction
A variant cover to Spider-Woman #1 about three relaunches ago, by Italian artist Milo Manara famed for his portrayal of women First highlighted by Bleeding Cool as being something of note on the 19th of August 2014, it exploded across all known media. On the 20th of August, Slate ran with "This Week In Butts" io9 reported[...]
Olivia Wilde To Direct a Possible Spider-Woman Movie for Sony
Editorial credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock.com The movie is being called female-centered, and while it isn't confirmed, the current rumors suggest that it could be a Spider-Woman movie Multiple characters in the Marvel universe have held the title of Spider-Woman, but one of the most well known is probably Jessica Drew Drew is a character that[...]
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This October, Marvel Comics is publishing Spider-Woman #5 Which is also Spider-Woman #100 Just roll with it It's enough for Marvel to commission the hottest cover artist right now, Peach Momoko, but in a style that is not one she is usually associated with… Peach Momoko Has A New Look for Spider-Woman #100 Cover Her iconic work[...]
Spider-Woman #100, Which Is Also Spider-Woman #5, Coming in October
This fall, Spider-Woman is doing what only Benjamin Button before her have done: simultaneously celebrating turning five and 100 In an announcement that would only make sense in this wild world, we call comics, Marvel has declared that October's Spider-Woman #5 is also the landmark Spider-Woman #100 Here's how it's going to work: in a[...]
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And in a month of launches, it is notable that Spider-Woman outsold everything, even in a sea of launches all with multiple variant cover promotions. The lower sales numbers we reported may be as a result of that lower discount, as well as because there were very few reorders in the system for that month as[...]
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So here we go, Spider-Woman and all. As it stands comic book sales are down for the month, based on last March, this February and the year as a whole Sales are down in March -14.90% based on the number of comics sold and -8.21% for the amount of money they brought in For the year[...]
Spider-Woman Gets a Surprise Costume Redesign Ahead of New Series Launch
Back in November, Marvel revealed plans to launch a new Spider-Woman series in March by Karla Pacheco and Pere Perez, and the cover (and a series of variant covers celebrating the sales boost a new number one issue would provide) indicated that Spider-Woman would continue to wear her classic costume, as she did in Strikeforce[...]
Karla Pacheco and Pere Perez Relaunch Spider-Woman in February
Spider-Woman is getting a new #1 issue again (and we know Marvel loves those), from the creative team of Karla Pacheco and Pere Perez this March Jessica Drew is bored and gets a new job in this series, presumably ghosting on her old one like Millennials are always doing (according to the internet) Marvel announced[...]