COMIC TITLE: Spider-Gwen #7 (2016)
Jason Latour– Writer
April 13, 2016
We are moving right along very smoothly with our Women’s History Month and we are also moving along our Spider-Women Crossover event with the next issue in the series. We are checking out Spider-Gwen #7, but before we do that we have to take a look at what happened in the previous issue. In the previous issue, an agent had been following Spider-Gwen for a while and while she was at brunch with Jessica Drew (Spider-Woman) and Cindy Moon (Silk), he calls in an adaptable giant robot to distract the girls while he stole the dimensional portal control from them and hands it to his boss. Now the girls are trapped in Spider-Gwen’s Earth and what are they going to do about it? Jessica has a plan and it involves getting cell phones so while they are investigating they can talk. The only problem is that Silk ditches them to find her alternate universe family. Now it’s up to Gwen and Jessica to come up with plan to get home? Will they find their person to create a new device and what happened to Silk? To read more from the issue and anything else Spider-Gwen related, please click here to go to Marvel.
One of the biggest things that I liked from this comic book and this particular issue is seeing Spider-Woman and Silk adapting to Gwen’s world. Spider-Woman sees a dumb criminal Gwen deals with all the time and she’s like you have to be kidding me. It’s almost like their world is more advanced than Gwen’s and that is kind of cool to see. It adds to the comedic part of things for this issue especially with the fact that they are not used to her world. I like how the doppelgangers of certain characters are not the same either in Spider-Gwen’s world. That is definitely a cool element that we get to see explored here. If you have seen any of my reviews of Spider-Gwen then you know I am a huge fan of the artwork in this series. The panels are easy to read and follow along with so you shouldn’t have a problem there. This series gets better and better by the issue so far and that only means one thing and that is it’s going up. Check out my grades below:
Character Representation: A+
Entertainment Value: A+