Category Archives: Spectacular Spider-Girl

  • FLASHBACK REVIEW: SPIDER-GIRL: THE END!

      When a title ends, it is never easy on the reader, the artists, the writers. But to be honest, there was a group of guys more prepared to take on the role of writing a final issue more so than Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz and Sal Bucemea. But before…

  • FLASHBACK REVIEW: SPECTACULAR SPIDER-GIRL #4 (of 4)

    PART TWO OF OUR FLASHBACK SERIES! The final chapter of the Spectacular Spider –Girl is NOW.  SPECTACULAR SPIDER-GIRL #4 (of 4) WRITTEN BY: Tom DeFalco ART BY: Ron Frenz INKS BY: Sal Bucemea BACKSTORY: See this one for more. STORY: May comes home with Peter KO-ed, he comes too…

  • FLASHBACK REVIEW: Spectacular Spider-Girl #3!

    Hello Folks! Kevin Cushing let me take the reigns from his ‘Flashback Series’ of reviews that are filling in the gaps in our reviews of various mini series, or ongoings on the website. This is the first of three reviews that will wrap up the Spider Girl title here…

  • FLASHBACK REVIEW: Web of Spider-Man #7

    Only 7 issues into the run of this volume of Web of Spider-Man we already come to the end of an era. This issue was the last to feature a Gauntlet Origins story and a Spectacular Spider-Girl story, as all of the first 7 issues did. Going forward this…

  • FLASHBACK REVIEW: Web of Spider-Man #6

    Hey Kevin, you skipped #5! Why yes I did. For whatever reason, when this title was originally being reviewed, issues 1, 5, and 2 were covered (in that order). I’m just filling in the gaps here and will not be re-reviewing any previously covered material. If you’ve been following…

  • FLASHBACK REVIEW: Web of Spider-Man #4

    This issue is cover-dated March 2010. Mysterio is the focus of the origin story here, preparing for his Gauntlet story in Amazing Spider-Man #618-620 by Dan Slott and Marcos Martin. Mysterio first appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #13 by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko (cover pictured to the right). Production:…

  • FLASHBACK REVIEW: Web of Spider-Man #3

    Let’s do something new with something old, shall we? When I recently went through the Crawl Space archives to retag things (mainly reviews) to make them easier to search in the categories bar on the right side of the page, I noticed several holes in some titles, mainly mini-series…

  • Spectacular Spider-Girl #2 Review

    Usually with mini series I have an approach. I don’t usually buy the whole thing. I might buy the first issue, then wait for a slow week to pick up the rest. I can’t say I’ve enjoyed most minis, notably the Clone Saga mini, Avengers/Atlas, HumanTorch/Spider-Man have been ones…

  • SPECTACULAR SPIDER-GIRL #1 (Of 4) Review

    NOTE: This was supposed to come out weeks ago. Yeah, I got a girlfriend. Sorry folks. In the Fictional Offices of the Crawl Space, Zach Joiner former reviewer of Spider-Girl, is sitting in his cubicle, reading the latest issue of Amazing, getting more and more upset over the protrayal…

  • Web of Spider-Man #2 Review

                        Gauntlet Origins: Electro Writing: Fred Van Lente Art: Barry Kitson Colorist: Jeromy Cox Letterer: VC’s Joe Carmanga THEN (a short time after a certain lineman gets electrocuted by a lightning strike). On rain covered night on the Goeth Bridge…

  • Web of Spider-Man #5 Review

                    Vultures! Hybrid Clone Bratty Sister! An untold Reilly story! Gauntlet Origins: Vulture Writer: Fred Van Lente Artist: Francis Portela Colorist: Christopher Sotomayor Letterer: Rus Wooton On Vernon C. Rain Prison Barge, Adrian Toomes, aka The Vulture, is manhandled from his cafeteria…

  • Web of Spider-Man #1 Review

    I’ll admit, I’m not the most knowledgeable about the stories told in this issue. I have never read the Clone Saga, but there’s a Kaine story in here. I’ve read (in total) three issues of Spider-Girl and we have Spectacular Spider-Girl in here. HOWEVER, I have read the issue…