Category Archives: Silk

  • Silk #18 Review (Spoilers)

    Silk #18 Review (Spoilers)

    We are finally out of the pointless The Clone Conspiracy tie-in, which retroactively has been given some purpose in this issue. Cindy Moon once again stands on the precipice of change, this time ready to face it instead of running away. This issue is also marks the twenty-fifth issue of…

  • Silk #17 Review (Spoilers)

    Silk #17 Review (Spoilers)

    Both Silk and The Clone Conspiracy wrapped last week. Both had weak endings to their arcs, but let me know in the comments which one you thought was the stronger of the two? Silk 17: What Heroes Do Writer: Robbie Thompson Artist: Irene Strychalski Colorist: Ian Herring Letterer: Travis…

  • Silk #14 Review (Spoilers)

    Silk #14 Review (Spoilers)

    Just realized somebody forgot to review Silk #14. My apologies, loyal readers who commented on the last two Silk reviews, I feel pretty bad. This issue has yet another person using the Spider-Woman moniker while Silk gives herself a new identity… Silkworm. Yeah, nobody will make the connection.  Silk…

  • The Amazing Spider-Man & Silk #1-4 Review (Spoilers)

    The Amazing Spider-Man & Silk #1-4 Review (Spoilers)

    Taking place during the pages of Silk #3 (all the way back in February), we have a many headed tale of time travel and family. (There will be an interactive feature with some photos, click on them to reveal a continuation of that panel.)  The Amazing Spider-Man & Silk:…

  • Silk #12 Review (Spoilers)

    Silk #12 Review (Spoilers)

    Anybody here reading Image’s East of West, by Jonathan Hickman & Nick Dragotta? This will tie back into the review itself, but I just got the first year (#1-15) and that book is insane. Also Silk takes a huge twist, how many people saw it coming?  Silk #12: Jurassic…

  • Silk #10 Review (Spoilers)

    Silk #10 Review (Spoilers)

    Silk finally hits double digits, a truly shocking event in the midst of the Marvel Now relaunch era and the fact this character is at most, the top of the C list. So is this issue, featuring a showdown between Silk and Black Cat, something special? Silk #10: All…

  • Silk #9 Review (Spoilers)

    Silk #9 Review (Spoilers)

    This issue tries to make the most out of Silk and her supporting cast, but just how successful is it? Find out in the review below. Silk #9: Pieces on the Board Writer: Robbie Thompson Artist: Stacey Lee Colorist: Ian Herring Letterer: Travis Lanham C.Artist: Helen Chen Editors: Nick…

  • Spider-Women Omega #1 Review (Spider-Women Finale) (Spoilers)

    Spider-Women Omega #1 Review (Spider-Women Finale) (Spoilers)

    This is the finale of the Spider-Women crossover between Silk, Spider-Woman, and Radioactive Spider-Gwen. The reviews for the first seven parts are here: Spider-Women Alpha #1, Spider-Gwen #7, Silk #7, Spider-Women #6, Spider-Gwen #8, Silk #8, Spider-Woman #7. Spider-Women Finale (Spider-Women Omega #1) Writer: Dennis Hopeless (assistance from Jason…

  • Silk #7 Review (Spider-Women Part 3) (Spoilers)

    The individual parts of “Spider-Women” read like one story, so here’s a link to reviews for part one and part two. “Two kids of people have secret elevators. Pop Stars and Super Villains… Please be a Pop Star.” Spider-Woman Part 3 Writer: Robbie Thompson Artist: Tana Ford Colorist: Ian Herring…

  • Spider-Women Alpha #1 Review

    “How am I going to get back to my baby?” An alternate Earth lunch date gets deadly when Spider-Woman, Spider-Gwen, and Silk go up against S.I.L.K.!  STORY: Dennis Hopeless, Jason Latour, Robbie Thompson WRITER: Robbie Thompson ARTIST: Vanesa Del Rey COLOR ARTIST: Jordie Bellaire LETTERER: VC’s Travis Lanham PRODUCTION…

  • Silk #7 Review (Spoilers)

    It’s the end of the 616 as we know it. This issue set out to accomplish a lot, wrapping up the flashback narrative and the story lines driving Cindy in present day. Will the book be crushed by the two timelines or survive to live another day? Silk #7:…

  • Silk #6 Review (Spoilers)

    The fight we’ve all been waiting for, Silk vs. Black Cat. Oh wait, that happened in 3? And 5? Well, third time is the charm. Silk #6: Push & Shove Writer: Robbie Thompson Artist: Stacy Lee Colorist: Ian Herring C.Artist: Dave Johnson Letterer: Travis Lanham Editors: Devin Lewis &…

  • Silk #5 Review (Spoilers)

    Oh look,  two fight with Black Cat in one week.  That’s also two for Silk now.  WIll Black Cat help Silk out more than she did Spider-Gwen? Will Silk hold her own this time round?  Silk #5: Sidekicks & Sacrifice Writer: Robbie Thompson Artist: Stacey Lee Colorist: Ian Herring C.Artist: Dave…

  • Silk #4 Review (Spoilers)

    This issue features not only some pretty fantastic guests, but the series’ first guest artist as well. How does Annapaola Martello fare with Cindy and the Fantastic Four?   Silk #4: Date Night Writer: Robbie Thompson Artist: Annapaola Martello Colorist: Ian Herring Cover Artist: Dave Johnson Editors: Devin Lewis…

  • Silk #3 Review (Spoilers)

    So it turns out Dragon-Man is not Hector, so that’s my bad. This issue, we learn the shocking identity of Dragon-Man, Cindy goes against Black Cat, and we get handful of guest stars.  Silk #3: Choices Writer: Robbie Thompson Artist: Stacey Lee Colorist: Ian Herring Cover Artist: Dave Johnson …

  • Silk #2 Review (Spoilers)

    Silk #1 is the strongest of the Spider-Female debuts in my opinion, taking a character who was in desperate need of a direction in life and giving her a decent one with some strong characterization. Does she escape the sophomore slump? Silk #2: Chasing Threads Writer: Robbie Thompson Artist:…

  • Silk #1 Review (Spoilers)

    Check out this issue for all your favorite Spider-Man moments like J Jonah Jameson back in the news game, quips galore, family drama, Black Cat, genetic alterations, and… Silk Sense? Silk #1: Back in the Game Writer: Robbie Thompson Artist: Stacy Lee Colorist: Ian Herring Cover Artist: Dave Johnson…

  • Silk # 1 Preview

    Will you be picking this up? Marvel sent me this e-mail with a preview.  Cindy Moon Swings Solo in Your First Look at SILK #1! This February, straight from the pages of Amazing Spider-Man and Spider-Verse comes a brand new ongoing series starring the newest heroine of the Marvel…