COMIC TITLE: Spider-Woman #7 (2016)
Joelle Jones– Artist
Dennis Hopeless– Writer
May 18, 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 the next issue in the story line which brings us back to Jessica Drew a.k.a Spider-Woman for what should be another power packed issue for Spider-Woman #7. Before we can do that though, we have to look back at what has already happened leading up to this. In the last issue,we saw Black Cat help both Silk and Spider-Woman escape from the clutches of the Agents Of Shield. The only problem is that Silk decided to stop overthinking things and she went with the flow which was to lie and pretend that she is the one that stole everything just to get in with Black Cat. In this issue, Jessica goes home to finally see her baby, but who is that man in her apartment? It turns out to be her doppelganger Jesse Drew who is there to screw up her life, but Spider-Gwen may have some information that could possibly change his mind. To read the rest of the issue and read what happens next, please click the link to go to Marvel.
I am going to be completely honest in saying that I was hoping for a little bit more from the confrontation, but I am satisfied however with how it ended. It was one of those where Jesse tries to prove why he is the better of the two because there is a difference between business and being a superhero. It is actually a very well written issue by one of the best in the game in Dennis Hopeless because we get a little bit more drama that is helping us set up the very next issue which also happens to be the last in the series. We also get some comedy in the issue as well especially when it has to do wit Jessica’s choice of a babysitter. So, this has been one exciting series that I hope goes out with a bang at the end, but you’ll have to stay tuned to find out. The artwork is great as usual and the panels are easy to read and follow along with so check out the series for sure.
Character Representation: A+
Entertainment Value: A+