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    Default Avenging Spider-Man #7 *SPOILERS*

    Well this issue is a lot of fun. She-Hulk and Spidey take on some kind of slug, then head on over to an Egyptian exhibit at a museum. Some dudes in cloaks, we never find out who they are, try to take a cat totem. It makes She-Hulk have a cat tail. Then cats start raining from the sky. A cat Egyptian God attempts to kill She-Hulk, but is fooled by Spidey wearing a Minotaur head. Ooooookay. I reviewed it with a bunch of pictures; link in my signature.
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    Why I love Spider-Man.

    In on of his books he is saving the world from the sinister six, in the other he is stopping a Cat god by wearing a cow mask.

    Same universe, same character; two stories that couldn't be further away in tone.
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    I like this issue. I really thought it was a lot of fun.

    I think I missed the joke near the end of what got She-Hulk so extremely mad. Was it because her tail was gone?

    YOU HEAR THAT WACKER?! I liked this issue! Now stop hating me!
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    Did you read the stuff at the end where it said Wacker was afraid of cats?
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    I've never read anything with SHe-Hulk and Spidey before, but is she always such a jerk to him?

    I liked the book by the way!

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    I was also confused by She-Hulk being mad. I guess...Spidey stole her tail?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiderman 1 View Post
    I've never read anything with SHe-Hulk and Spidey before, but is she always such a jerk to him?

    I liked the book by the way!
    Yes, she always bickered with him, and never suported him being invited to avengers.

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    Of all the AvSM issues thus far, this one felt the most like a classic MTU issue. I thought it was OK overall. It had some fun moments, but was somewhat dumb too. I did LOL at the "WTF is this?" scene.
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    This was the best issue of AVENGING so far. Just a fun team-up with great interactions between Spidey and She-Hulk and beautiful artwork. I almost dropped this book after the initial storyline but I'm glad I stuck with it as it's been getting better with each issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prof. Warren View Post
    This was the best issue of AVENGING so far. Just a fun team-up with great interactions between Spidey and She-Hulk and beautiful artwork. I almost dropped this book after the initial storyline but I'm glad I stuck with it as it's been getting better with each issue.
    I don't know. I really enjoyed the Joe Mad issues. The art was awesome and the story was very bubbly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spideybr View Post
    Yes, she always bickered with him, and never supported him being invited to avengers.
    I think that she bickers at him because of his wisecracks, which prevented a mutual relationship from forming between them. Otherwise, if she got to know Peter Parker out of costume, they could actually become very close friends in the same way as Ms. Marvel has with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthfury78 View Post
    I think that she bickers at him because of his wisecracks, which prevented a mutual relationship from forming between them. Otherwise, if she got to know Peter Parker out of costume, they could actually become very close friends in the same way as Ms. Marvel has with him.
    I think that's true of almost every hero and Spider-man. His hero persona keeps him on tense terms with most other heroes. That said I think his relationship with She-Hulk here was shown to have a touch of playful ribbing.

    Found this issue to be amusing and a good example of a fun one-shot/team-up/spider-man story.

    Can't wait for the Captain Marvel team-up, love seeing how those two interact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtW95 View Post
    Did you read the stuff at the end where it said Wacker was afraid of cats?
    That and the "previously" page at the beginning...Having "Kitty Cats" as one of the character's bio made this issue for me


    Oh and the part where the bad guys said "Don't come any closer" and spidey swings in saying "Is this too close? I bet I'm too close."


    All around just a fun great issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiderman 1 View Post
    I've never read anything with SHe-Hulk and Spidey before, but is she always such a jerk to him?

    I liked the book by the way!
    Yeah I didn't get that either.


    Here is a weird panel I found on the interwebs while trying to find out...Please someone tell me the context of this panel...



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    The context is that it's an edited panel.

    Anyway, I'll be in the minority that didn't really care for this issue one way or the other. "Avenging" is starting to lose me.

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