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Who is Spider-Girl? That’s what Raven, a mysterious organization tied to her father’s death wants to know! As our web-slinging wonder defends the streets, this organization has been lurking – and watching her, waiting to strike! With a world against her, can Spider-Girl survive?

Story by Paul Tobin
Art by Clayton Henry & Sergio Cariello
Colors by Chris Sotomayor
Letters by Joe Caramagna
Cover by Jelena Djurdjevic

Price: $2.99
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  1. I’m getting tired of the webcam girl. But I love this book.

  2. Wow. I didn’t like this that much.

  3. I like this series more then most people do, but this wasn’t one of the beter issues.

    And what was up with Spider-girl constantly calling the red hulk to get the avengers help, when she’s standing right next to spidey??  (he is an avenger too, seems he could call them directly)

  4. Maybe Spidey told her he was an Avenger and she was all. “Yeah, right Spidey, YOU joined a team, like THAT will ever happen.” But seriously this series had too much against it from the beginning. From May Parker boosters not giving her a chance to guys not wanting to read a comic starring a girl (and there are a lot of you).
    On the otherside of the pond DC has had great success with Batgirl so I have to scratch my head my this didn’t take. Anyhow, rant over, I plan to get the trade for this as well as her Spider Island mini to show my support for the character.

  5. I don’t think this was up the the quality of Batgirl.  The art was sporadic and the storyline wasn’t as strong.  I enjoyed it and feel with time it would have become a good series, but I can see why the next issue is the last.  

    This story was pretty good, and the art was nice, but there were a lot of little things that didn’t really make sense or felt like a repeat of previous issues.  I feel like the story needed to move quicker. 

  6. This series is starting to drift, which is fine, since its days are numbered anyway. The whole Red Hulk love/hate relationship needs to be better defined if it’s going to be constantly referenced. And I hate it when a cover suggests something that doesn’t happen in the story, which happened with this issue. I feel like the creative crew are giving up. It was still decent fun to read, just a much lesser issue than what I’ve been used to.

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