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The Spider-Woman #1 motion comic debuts August 19, 2009, but it is the first issue of the Spider-Woman ongoing that has readers wondering what is going on with her mission with S.W.O.R.D.  Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue that arrives September 23, 2009.

SPIDER-WOMAN #1 (JUL090552)
Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
Pencils & 50/50 Cover by ALEX MALEEV
50/50 Cover by ALEX ROSS

Spider-Woman #1 begins Jessica Drew’s mission to reclaim her life—but how do the enigmatic Agent Brand and the S.W.O.R.D. agency figure into her plans? Even if Spider-Woman succeeds, can she find a reason to keep going?

Spider-Woman #1 has a $3.00 cover price.

via Marvel

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6 Comments

  1. Ahh, the good ol’ waking up in a hospital bed without any idea why you’re there cliche’… Still, the art looks really interesting and I like how well paced the layouts are. It will definitely be a title to check out.

    Although, her boobs increase by like two sizes once she puts on the costume which could be a side affect of her superpowers or something…

  2. Not sure which page you’re looking at there. I think its great. There’s an image floating the net of a cosplayer in this outfit, who is just beautiful.
    First story I ever read where the protagonist woke up like that, was in “The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant”. Wish someone would make three films of that one.

  3. I dunno…

    I love Spider-Woman, and I always felt she filled that niche that “The Defenders” filled in the MU (also Doctor Strange to a much lesser extent and/or any one-off, short-lived semi-occult character).

    More and more she seems like a copy of the Black Widow, and I don’t know if I like that.

    Did I mention she’s smoking hot?

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