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As far as I know, Jessica Drew has never had this type of connection with Spider-Man or anyone else for that matter.
Last edited by Darthfury78; 08-06-2012 at 02:49 PM.
I could see some characters in Spidey's rogues gallery working for Jessica. However, I don't want her becoming "intergral" in the Spider mythos so to speak. One thing that I like about the character is her complete indepence from her male counterpart in comparison to She-Hulk and Carol.
As for her connections, Jessica's best friend will always be Merlin as far as I'm concerned.
I really wish Marvel would reconsider giving Jess another series.
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It wouldn't hurt to see Jessica become a member of the Spider-Family as Julia Carpenter. It certainly hasn't affected her role as Madam Web. Therefore, it shouldn't affect Jessica either because other Spider-Man spinoff characters like the Punisher or Venom has Spider mythos as well, and are still independent characters in their own right. The same goes for The Black Cat as well.
I will never understand your insistence that super-spy characters are somehow "great fits" in Spider-Man's world.
Your posting style looks like a retarded haiku. - Bronze Badger
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i was a big fan of bendis and maleevs short on spider woman and it wasnt cancelled because of low sales they just didnt want to do the book anymore i think it was maleev that wanted to move on to other things but dont quote me on that. im not entirely sure. he did tell me at a con he tried a new technique on the art for that book, and after he got the hang of it he really wasn't interested in using it anymore.
Disappointing because it, Nextwave (another creative team vanity piece), is something I would liked to have seen continue on beyond that initial run.
TOTALLY would love to see a return to the horror tinged dark storylines from her old run. I liked the quirky/creepy vibe that Jessica gave off during that series. I'd love to see Spiderwoman take on dark storylines tinged with fantasy and horror to see her with her own niche beyond the overpopulated "superspy" genre.
I never saw the Batwoman parallel until it was mentioned here but it totally fits with many of the rogues gallery being takes on fairy tales or legends.
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