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Subj: Spider-Woman #7...
Posted: Sun May 10, 2015 at 05:13:14 pm CDT (Viewed 203 times)

Guess'll review another since no one has in a bit. How 'bout...

Spider-Woman 007

This was a pretty good build up to the reveal who the supervillain puppet master is. That is until they actually revealed who the supervillain puppet master is. Lady Earthmover? Yawn. To be fair she must be pretty good fiddle master too - 'cuz it looks like she's been playing the supervillains into thinking their threatened family are kidnapped and distress - 'cuz that appears the furthest from the truth. The premise continues to be interesting but the telling seems too plain and ordinary. The cover is a disgusting lie and cheat as they Swindled Six aren't in it. Bah. And the confounding last 2 pages with the reveal totally took away from the servicable layout/pacing to that point.

Why was the *cough* supervillainess' ritzy digs trashed and the two captured fall guys still conscious after that amount of damage? Especially since it's odd how they could've beat Jessica to this unknown location? Was so hoping that "Cat" was the Black Cat so Jess could kick her butt - so that was a let down. And how do you sneak up from outside or move quietly waiting in the house to get a drop on Jess with that sized, noisy, (hardly-threatening?), Ripley earthmoving machine? Where was Jess batted out of on that last crappy pinup teaser and where did her costume come from? These elements ruined it.

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