Category Archives: Spider-Girl

  • Spider-Island #5 Review (+ Event Review) (Spoilers)

    Y’all ready for the boss battle round of Spider-Island? After getting the lowest grade yet last issue, Flash and his creative team will make one last Hail Mary pass to save the Spider-Island, domain and series alike. Are they successful? Spider-Island #5: The Grand Finale Writer: Christos Gage Artist:…

  • Spider-Island #4 (2015) Review (Spoilers)

    This time around, we join Agent Venom as his crusade for humanity finally brings him before The Queen. Will this issue buck the downward trend of the last few issues? Spider Island #4: Intelligent Design Writer: Christos Gage Artist: Paco Diaz Colorist: Frank D’Armata C.Artist: Humberto Ramos & Edgar…

  • Spider-Island #3 (2015) Review (Spoilers)

    Agent Venom continues to race against the Queen and her army this issue. Does the addition of Vincent Stegron and Peter Parker to Flash’s team help or hinder this issue? Spider-Island #3: Goblin Knight in Shining Armor Writer: Christos Gage Artist: Paco Diaz Colorist: Frank D’Armata Letterer: Travis Lanham…

  • Spider-Gwen #3 Shaun’s Take (Spoilers)

    In this issue, Gwen lets her secret identity slip past her more than once and a iconic Spider-Man figure joins the supporting cast. Is it worth checking out? Spider-Gwen #3: Most Wanted Part 3 Writer: Jason Latour Artist/Cover: Robbi Rodriguez Color Artist: Rico Renzi Letterer: Clayton Cowles Design: Idette…

  • Ryan’s Vidcast review of February Spider-Man books

    I’m back with my Read’s Reads for Spider-Man books in February. I review the conclusion to Spider-Verse, the debut of Spider-Gwen #1 and give my thoughts on both Spider-Man & the X-Men #3 and Silk #1. All while doing my little Spider-Verse summary play.

  • Spider-Verse Team-Up #3 Review: Stillanerd’s Take

    “You have a bad case of crazy, girl.” Hey, Crawlspacers! It’s your Friendly Neighborhood Amazing Spider-Man reviewer, Stillanerd here doing a special-guest review. This week, there were three other “Spider-Verse” comics published alongside the main series, and today, I’ll be tackling one of them—the final issue of the tie-in…

  • Amazing Spider-Man (2014) #8 Review: Stillanerd’s Take

    “A home. A family. That’s was his dream. That’s all he ever wanted.” So how do you celebrate the return of a popular Spider-Man spin-off character known for its bright and sunny optimism? Why stick her in a story about death, of course! Don’t worry, kids. We’ve got Spidey…

  • Remembering Spider-Girl’s World 15 Years later

    I take a stroll down memory lane to talk about Spider-Girl’s World. Don’t remember it? It was the premiere Spider-Girl Fan page that started back in 1998 and came to an end in 2011. I talk about why the page started and why it started decline in this bittersweet…

  • Spider-Girl #8 Review

    <insert flamebaiting intro> Spider-Girl #8 “Learning to Fly” Writer:  Paul Tobin Artists:  Clayton Henry & Sergio Cariello Colorist:  Chris Sotomayor Letterist:  VC’s Joe Caramagna Cover Artist:  Jelena Djurdjevic ***WARNING:  LATE SPOILERS AHEAD. WAIT.  ARE THEY STILL SPOILERS?*** The Plot:  Last issue, Spider-Girl rushed back to her apartment to see…

  • Spider-Girl #7 Review

    “What?  This ain’t Spider-Girl…” Spider-Girl #7 “The Raven’s Nest” Writer:  Paul Tobin Artists:  Clayton Henry & Sergio Cariello Colorist:  Chris Sotomayor Letterist:  VC’s Joe Caramagna Cover Artist:  Jelena Djurdjevic ***WARNING:  THERE ARE SPOILERS AFTER THE JUMP.  HENCE THE WARNING*** The Plot:  Spider-Girl and Spider-Man storm one Raven lab after…

  • Spider-Girl #6 Review

    OH NOES!!!  ITS ARAÑA-GIRL!!1 Spider-Girl #6 “#HOBGOBLIN” Writer: Paul Tobin Artists: Clayton Henry w/Sergio Cariello, Height, & Wong Colorist: Chris Sotomayor Letterist: VC’s Joe Caramagna Cover Artist: Jelena Djurdjevic ***WARNING:  SPOILERS AHEAD*** The Plot: Anya continues to beat herself up for her father’s death.  The recent Hobgoblin appearances freak…

  • Spider-Girl #5 Review

    Little Tidbit That You May Not Care About But It’s Still Here Anyway: Jeff Parker, the current writer of the Thunderbolts, announced some time ago that besides the current roster of the T-Bolts he would be also introducing a “Beta” team.  He also left the choice of one of…

  • Avengers Academy Giant-Size #1 Review

    Interesting Tidbit That Goes On For Too Long: You may already know this, but there is a sad and frustrating backstory leading up to the publication of this giant-sized annual.  Originally, this book was going to be published in three parts, as the Young Allies Annual, Spider-Girl Annual, and…

  • Spider-Girl #4 Review

    Interesting Tidbit That You May Not Yadda Yadda Yadda: Anya Corazon initially started out as Araña (Spanish for “spider”).  Once she began wearing Spider-Woman’s former black suit, she initially resisted being called “Spider-girl” but it was something that just stuck with the crowd.  All this took place in the…

  • Spider-Girl #3 Review

    Interesting Tidbit That You May Not Care About But It’s Here Anyway: Remember when we were discussing over at the boards the reasons for the delays in Big Time Amazing Spider-man? Well, technically, this is the January issue of Spider-girl, yet it didn’t come out until Feb. 9th.  This…

  • Spider-Girl #2 Review

    Interesting Tidbit That You Probably Don’t Care About But You Are Gonna Get It Anyway: When Araña was first introduced back in 2004 in Amazing Fantasy, I remember watching a special segment on the evening news for a Spanish-speaking channel about Hispanics in comics.  She was a big deal…

  • Spider-Girl #1 Review

    Hello there!  This is Aaron Romero, Jr., aka Two-Bit Specialist, aka SuperChencho, aka your official reviewer of the new Spider-girl ongoing series! Much like our favorite wall-crawler, I feel like I finally hit the big time with this opportunity, for which I’m very thankful to BD.  So even if…