Day 82: Silk #7 (2016)

COMIC TITLE: Silk #7 (2016)
Tana Ford– Artist
Robbie Thompson– Writer
April 20, 2016
Marvel Comics

silkWe 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 the next issue in the story line which is with Cindy Moon a.k.a. Silk in Silk #7. Before we can do that though, we have to look back at what has already happened leading up to this. We know that someone has been tracking Spider-Gwen to the point that they have stolen her inter-dimensional controller trapping Jessica Drew (Spider-Woman) and Silk in Gwen’s world. We also know that when they were coming up with a plan, that Silk presumably ran away to find her family, but at the end she tries to warn them. You see Silk was bitten by a spider as well and was hidden in a bunker for ten years and she lost her family so she figured she would try to find her family in Earth-65. The only problem is that she discovers some things about herself and this word that she didn’t expect. To read more from the issue and anything else Marvel related please click here.

silk 2You see by this point, I was getting frustrated with the X-Men crossover event trying to figure out how all of the issues tied in together. At this point in the series, I am super excited about what is to come in the future. The series just keeps getting better issue by issue and page by page. I don’t know how I am keeping myself from binge reading all of the issues because they really outdid themselves here. There is some really important info in this issue that definitely drives the series forward and keeps the suspense going. I don’t know why I question it anyways because the Spider-Man/verse stories have always been great and this is proof that this is another notch in the belt. The artwork in this one is a little old school mixed with new school and it works well. I just love seeing all the different artists and there versions of Spider-Gwen that you get to see. The panels are easy to read and follow along with so you shouldn’t have an issue there. Definitely give this series a look or else you’ll regret it. Check out my grades below:


Story/Plot: A+

Artwork: A+

Character Representation: A+

Entertainment Value: A+


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