Why does everyone want to keep pairing Jess up with the Black Widow? They never really seemed to go together to me outside of being spider themed heroines. I could understand perhaps pairing her up with Julia, the current Madame Web and former Spider Woman. Jessica's background tended toward supernatural, creepy type villains and Julia's current power set could be useful in an investigative bend.
But I would much rather see Jess headlining her own series and think that she could do rather well if Bendis didn't have a say in it. (Dont get me wrong, I'm grateful he brought her back out of limbo, but that doesn't and shouldn't mean he's the correct writer for her solo series.)
Not all who wander are lost....
I feel that the Black Cat should hang/team-up with Daredevil and Hawkeye more often and have the Black Widow and Spider-Woman work with Peter Parker every once in a while.
Besides the Black Cat, I feel that Spider-Woman, Black Widow, and Silver Sable would fit in well on a street level crime fighting adventure as Spider-Man's close heroine allies.
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Venom: Agent of SWORD. Kept in line by Abigail Brand (fire/bitch powers) and forced against his will to respond to interplanetary incidents amongst the extraterrestrial community on Earth. Starring Eddie Brock, would probably work best. Men in Black crossed with twisted Spider-Man. Throw in a little espionage action with the shapeshifting, a little bit of Brock acting irresponsibly, stir. It's a natural fit for the character, given that the symbiote is an alien and nothing is ever done with that. That's really the best way to do a SWORD book, I think, though SWORD and Captain Marvel should obviously be closely tied.
As for Spider-Woman, I think she works best as a detective. The Marvel U basically lacks them wholly, and she's a professional one. All she needs is a strong mystery to drive her, and she's basically got no idea what her origins actually are. Seeing her actually investigate all the crazy stuff in her history to figure all that out, with mini-mysteries to push the larger one along, would be awesome. Keep the superhero stuff incidental, but do give her new, strong villains. She'd have to look into everything from Morgane LeFey to HYDRA to Taskmaster to the High Evolutionary, and that's just for her birth.
Spider-Woman as the Sherlock Holmes of the Marvel U with Lindsay McCabe as her Watson. Unlocking the secret history of both the Marvel U and her own life. It would be the awesome sauce.
Looking for artists, know I won't find any. That blows.