Spider-Woman, Volume 1: Spider-Verse

Dennis Hopeless Greg Land Jay Leisten Frank D'Armata Travis Lanham Morry Hollowell

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Spider Woman Volume Spider Verse Jessica Drew has been an agent of both S H I E L D and S W O R D an Avenger and so much But nothing could prepare her for the multidimensional insanity that is Spider Verse A war is brewing and every

  • Title: Spider-Woman, Volume 1: Spider-Verse
  • Author: Dennis Hopeless Greg Land Jay Leisten Frank D'Armata Travis Lanham Morry Hollowell
  • ISBN: 9780785154587
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jessica Drew has been an agent of both S.H.I.E.L.D and S.W.O.R.D an Avenger and so much But nothing could prepare her for the multidimensional insanity that is Spider Verse A war is brewing, and every spider character in the multiverse is a target But being a target is something Jessica Drew just won t abide She s a woman with a mission and with Silk, the newJessica Drew has been an agent of both S.H.I.E.L.D and S.W.O.R.D an Avenger and so much But nothing could prepare her for the multidimensional insanity that is Spider Verse A war is brewing, and every spider character in the multiverse is a target But being a target is something Jessica Drew just won t abide She s a woman with a mission and with Silk, the newest spider on the block at her side, she ll need to put all her training to the test if she wants to make it out of Spider Verse alive Now, undercover in the most dangerous place in the multiverse, Spider Woman is in the tightest spot she s ever been in What if even succeeding with her mission means her death And can Silk handle a solo mission Collecting Spider Woman 1 4

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    One thought on “Spider-Woman, Volume 1: Spider-Verse

    1. Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin on said:

      Great read. Amazing graphics! Mel ❤️

    2. Anne on said:

      Not sure why they decided it would be a good idea to start up a title with the Spider-verse crossover event. Hello? Maybe we could just focus on Jessica for the first volume, you know?Despite the fact that this one was a bit all over the place, & would probably confuse the hell out of anyone who wasn't following the Spiderverse stuff, I still enjoyed it. Jessica comes off as a capable heroine who's fully in charge of her abilities, and she's a badass super-spy to boot.Ok, Jessica starts off [...]

    3. Sesana on said:

      I like the character of Jessica Drew a lot, but I almost didn't read this book at all. I hate Greg Land's art, how he always oversexualizes female characters, and how all of his women look so much alike. Which is especially galling because his male characters have much more variety. I only decided to read this because I wanted to read the Spider-Verse stuff because Actually I don't remember why I decided to read Spider-Verse. Anyways, I should have stuck with my initial gut reaction on this book [...]

    4. Nikki on said:

      It might be because I don’t know any of Greg Land’s other work, but I don’t have the problem with his art in this book that other people identify. It sounds like he uses fairly formulaic compositions? But I’m not the greatest at visual-anything anyway, so it probably wouldn’t bother me. To me Jessica looks badass and capable, and uses her skillset well for fighting and spying.The Spider-verse in general… Eh. I like the plethora of female stars that have come out of it, or had a part [...]

    5. Jonathan on said:

      3 stars "Blazes! Spider-Man should sue this dame for violation of super-powers!"- Nick FuryEnjoyable glimpse into the spider-verse war with appearances from Silk and Spider-Gwen. Included as a bonus is the origin of Spider-Woman (called Arachne for most the issue) as an Agent of Hydra in Marvel Spotlight #32.

    6. David on said:

      Despite being a Spider-Woman fan and wishing she got a decent series (or even a movie), I could not bring myself to give this book more than 3 stars. The main story had moments of fun but was rather silly, and frankly, the idea of a "Spider-Verse" with alternate versions of Spider-Man and various other Spider-heroes all being chased around by a family of immortals who "eat" them to drain their power is No, seriously, a "Spider-Verse"???Jessica Drew, Spider-Woman, infiltrates the "Inheritors" hom [...]

    7. Mike on said:

      Like this Jessica Drew interpretation- under fire, she's got her moves and plans together, but doesn't quite have her shit together. Like this dialogue by Dennis Hopeless. He's got funny down well enough to stand with the best Spider-Man writers, and some natural-sounding quips and outbursts from the rest. Don't know how much of the Greg Land "catalogue of stock poses from his swipe file" I'm going to be able to take. Terrible paint-by-numbers, half-the-time-WTF-level-of-inappropriate-or-just si [...]

    8. RavenclawReadingRoom on said:

      Okay, here's the thing: I only picked this up because I saw that it was Marvel Now. And usually, the first volume of any Marvel Now comic is intended as a fresh start, somewhere for newbies to jump into a series and not have to worry about decades of backstory. And yet this? Was the opposite of a typical Marvel Now volume 1. Jessica bounces through multiple universes. There's a lot of backstory that isn't explained anywhere. There are multiple Jessicas, multiple Peters. Silk and Spider-Gwen feat [...]

    9. Paul on said:

      Sigh Y'know, it's bad enough when an ongoing title is derailed by being forced to accommodate yet another editorially mandated crossover, but when a new book begins during one? Tragic.Having said that, I actually enjoyed Spider-Verse but mainly the parts involving Spider-Man. Spider-Woman's parts just seemed like a three issue advertisement for Silk and Spider-Gwen, which is rubbish and disrespectful to the character whose name is on the cover.The only reason I'm giving this volume three stars i [...]

    10. Dan on said:

      Basically, already read the entirety of this volume when I read the Spider-verse omnibus.

    11. Reme on said:

      No tenía mucha idea de qué estaba pasando porque no he leído nada del Universo Spiderman, pero al menos explicaban brevemente cuál era el argumento principal del mismo. De todos modos me ha parecido muy entretenido y me han dado ganas de leer este evento completo.

    12. Kristen on said:

      Jessica Drew is awesome, but unfortunately this isn’t. I’m trying to soldier through, but this Spider-Verse stuff is turning out to be massively confusing, as with most crossover events. Stories #1-3 were kind of a multiverse-hopping mindfuck to me, but the second half of #4 improved. That was when Jess’s best friend Carol Danvers showed up and there was some entertaining banter. (Would I love to see a solid Spider-Woman/Captain Marvel team-up? Hell yes.) I liked that the ending seemed lik [...]

    13. Jordan on said:

      I like what I've seen of Spider-Woman before, but this was a terrible first volume. It drops you right into the middle of some massive Spider-verse war and proceeds to hop all over the place. Hopefully future volumes are a lot smoother and less of a mess.

    14. Jordan Lahn on said:

      Definitely couldn't stand on its own without the Spider-Verse main series, but a fun female focused multi-verse hopping adventure. Looking forward to Jess's "bold new direction"

    15. Angela on said:

      Review is for the individual issues making up this collection.SPOILERSto follow.I have a love/hate relationship with Marvel Comics. Love because Marvel has some truly awesome characters and can tell a damn good story. Hate because almost every one of those stories is part of what I refer to as some Company!Wide!Crossover!Spectacular! or another, and if you’re trying to read something that isn’t a group comic, or follow a small group of solo comics, most of the time what you’re reading isn [...]

    16. Alex Sarll on said:

      This year, Marvel have been publishing three books with spider-powered solo female leads. Jessica Drew aka Spider-Woman was the first of them, but also has the title which has been attracting the least excitement. Adding insult to injury, the two young pretenders - Silk and Spider-Gwen - both pop up here, lending a bit of guest-star shine. Hopeless' script does a fairly good job of keeping them all distinct, even if he occasionally forgets that Jessica's espionage background should make her a bi [...]

    17. David on said:

      Revised 5th Oct. 2016 -Just finish reading Vol. 3 which I've added to my All-Time Favorites shelf. So, I wanted to pop back here to Vol. 1 to revise this review. Hold steady and keep reading: this series will turn into something really special and wonderful. Original review: 4 issues is hardly enough to judge a series by And these 4 are entwined into the tail end of the Spider-verse story. At least the first 2 or 3 are. Looks like it will be a good set up for a series. Greg Land doesn't usually [...]

    18. Brandon on said:

      Wowjust, wow. That was quite the screw up on Marvel's account. Why would you start a title run with a crossover event? WHY??Aside from being tossed into the middle of a story, and even if you try judging it for what it is SUPPOSED to be, it's not very good. The titular character has to share her own title comic with some new unknown (at the time) and when Jessica does get to do things, they have little to no impact on the story at large.Seriously, if you want to read about Jessica Drew having ad [...]

    19. Anita Fajita Pita on said:

      I like Jessica Drew, this collection was a little wonky because there is so much going on across the multi verse, but it looks like this issue set us up for a new Spider Woman story free from time and space travel. It actually skipped over a multiverse war between issues 3 and 4, so that seems kind of lazy So, we'll see

    20. Becky on said:

      I'm really enjoying this run. I HATED AA, so I wasn't sure what to expect when Hopeless took the reins on this one, especially since Jess is such a tricky character, what with her mental instability and vv difficult background. But he's actually doing a pretty good job! We don't see much by way of her mental problems, but her personality is there, and it's a really fun run. I like it so far!

    21. Jason on said:

      This volume may have not been the best one to start with it. There was zero introduction to Spider-Woman, just tossed in to a larger Spider-verse storyline. I had no real clue what was going on and the vol didn't do a great job of clueing you in.

    22. Chad on said:

      Fantastic art by Greg Land. The story was very disjointed as it was part of the larger Spider-verse storyline.

    23. Jonathan Roberts on said:

      Only good part of this book was the artwork and even that was not up to Greg Land's usual (seemed rushed). Convoluted story with attempts at humor.

    24. Alexandra on said:

      I wanted to love this a whole lot more but it was a little disjointed & all over the place. I still enjoyed the Silk & Spider-Gwen characters so looking forward to seeing how all of that pans out.

    25. Kenny on said:

      Dennis Hopeless and Greg Land successfully navigated Spider-Woman and Silke through the Multiverse . A wild wacky ride as they try to escape from the Inheritors.

    26. Mandy on said:

      Not bad, but not amazing. Hopefully the end of Spider-Verse will really let Jess shine in the next arc.

    27. Kathleen on said:

      This is one of the last few chapters of the Spider War and will not make much sense to readers who haven't been following that saga, but for fans of Jessica Drew it's a terrific glance through the looking glass. She meets her evil!double, or at least the equivalent of Spock with a goatee. It's a compelling view of her character, particular the aspect of her nature that I have always found the least appealing. Her sexual whammy is probably her most powerful ability, but it is well explored in a w [...]

    28. Emma on said:

      Was not really feeling this unfortunately, which is a bit of a shame as I've become a huge Jessica Drew fan of late. I've absolutely loved Hopeless's latest volumes of Spider-Woman: Shifting Gears and am even enjoying the sequel volume to this, so I'm really not sure why this was such a miss for me. Perhaps this is a true indication of issues getting better with time. The art style wasn't really my thing either and I much prefer Rodriguez's style. I did like the inclusion of Spider-Gwen and Silk [...]

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