The Amazing Spider-Girl, Volume 1: Whatever Happened to the Daughter of Spider-Man

The Amazing Spider Girl Volume Whatever Happened to the Daughter of Spider Man In Whatever Happened to the Daughter of Spider Man May Mayday Parker learns that she can t escape her great responsibilities The story features the original Hobgoblin the Black Tarantula and

  • Title: The Amazing Spider-Girl, Volume 1: Whatever Happened to the Daughter of Spider-Man
  • Author: Tom DeFalco Ron Frenz
  • ISBN: 9780785123415
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
  • In Whatever Happened to the Daughter of Spider Man , May Mayday Parker, learns that she can t escape her great responsibilities The story features the original Hobgoblin, the Black Tarantula and

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      Published :2020-06-24T22:54:02+00:00

    About “Tom DeFalco Ron Frenz”

    1. Tom DeFalco Ron Frenz

      Tom DeFalco is an American comics writer and editor, well known for his association with Marvel Comics and Spider Man.

    480 thoughts on “The Amazing Spider-Girl, Volume 1: Whatever Happened to the Daughter of Spider-Man”

    1. Interesting idea, enjoyed this first arc. It wasn't anything special but was fun. Looking forward to the rest.


    2. This was not very good. The art started out really, really bad. One of the alternate covers on the second page had the back-breaking butt & boobs pose. I guess that just sets your expectations for the rest of the book. Eventually the attractive women stopped smiling all the time (I guess they switched artists? I am really disappointed that Marvel doesn't give their illustrators proper credit.) The teenagers all looked like 30-year-olds. I was also distracted by the poses Spider-Girl was draw [...]


    3. The art is pretty sub-par and the villains and fights can be pretty hokey, but something about Mayday's character really caught my character. Maybe I'm just a huge sucker for female characters, but even though this volume basically jumps into the middle of her story I was left wanting to go back and read her first run of comics and finish off this one.


    4. It's a little hokey but it's always fun to read an interpretation of the effect of the real passage of time on fictional "timeless" worlds. Just as in Spider-man, Spider-girl must deal with school, social and family issues as well as dangerous villains and the city's view of her costumed efforts.


    5. I feel like I'm only giving this 3 stars instead of 1 or 2 is because I'm so desperate for some okay female superheroes. :/ I think that's all I really need to say


    6. This is borderline painful to read. I love the character design and concept behind the story, but the writing is godawful. There's way too much dialogue, way too much narration, everything is overly expository, and it's all corny as hell. It's one of the worst Marvel books I've ever read, very difficult to read more than an issue at a time. I would love to see this series taken on with a better writer, as it's an interesting dynamic.


    7. A mere six months after the end of the first Spider-girl series, Amazing Spider-girl returned. This book collects material from Issues 0-6 May Parker, the daughter of the Amazing Spider-man in Marvel MC2 universe had hung up her webs after a confrontations with the Hobgoblin that nearly killed her as well as the events of Last Planet Standing much to the relief of her parents. She's enjoying life as an ordinary teenager with a new baby brother, closer relationships with her friends, plus she's g [...]


    8. 2.5 stars, maybe? I enjoyed it in spite of itself. Ron Frenz gives us plastic-looking characters and at least a few of those spine-snapping (or just really stupid-looking) poses female superheroes often suffer. Tom DeFalco does exactly the kind of comic book writing that used to make me not want to read comic books (May's mom who reminds me of Amy Poehler's character in Mean Girls, her boyfriend who isn't a terrible B-movie villain but sounds just like one). I'd still like to read more, but I th [...]


    9. My real objection is to the fact that some issues weren't compiled. So there's a big jump. And it feels like we're kind of running in some of the same circles or losing steam. It's still good. But if this had been my jumping-on point, I'm not sure I would have wanted more.


    10. An ok story, with the Hobgoblin wanting to stake his claim on the crime world. The nice bit is when MayDay tries to not be Spidergirl and the impact that it has on her life.


    11. Very good, bravo! This book really left me happy about the rest of the comics. After reading this, I felt as if this was a big sucsess. I couldn't wait!! Very well written.



    12. A little too much retreading old turf from the first incarnation for my taste, but still good. See my review here: trebrovejournal/265465.


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