History ComicBook / SpiderGirl

11th Apr '17 6:50:17 PM PhantomRider
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**She also once says, to someone who asks her to hold a train in place, that she must be thinking about [[ComicBook/Supergirl that other girl whose name starts with S]]. Apparently, she's a fan of the [[DCComics Distinguished Competition]].
13th Feb '17 4:26:52 PM DLMaximum1
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She has since reappeared as part of ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. [[spoiler:At the end of ''Spider-Verse'', she abandons the identity of Spider-Girl and becomes Spider-Woman.]] Mayday's story will continue in ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' as part of the a set of backstories within the tie-in comic of ''ComicBook/SpiderIsland''. She also appears in ''ComicBook/WebWarriors'', now a member of the Warriors of the Web

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She has since reappeared as part of ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. [[spoiler:At the end of ''Spider-Verse'', she abandons the identity of Spider-Girl and becomes Spider-Woman.]] Mayday's story will continue in ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' as part of the a set of backstories within the tie-in comic of ''ComicBook/SpiderIsland''. She also appears in ''ComicBook/WebWarriors'', now a member of the Warriors of the Web
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** Spider-Man II ([[spoiler:Gerry Drew]]) isn't a relative but otherwise fits the trope perfectly. [[SiblingTeam The Faces]] lampshade it, noting he and Spider-Girl bicker like siblings.

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** Spider-Man II ([[spoiler:Gerry Drew]]) isn't a relative relative, but otherwise fits the trope perfectly. [[SiblingTeam The Faces]] lampshade it, noting he and Spider-Girl bicker like siblings.



* ADayInTheLimelight: Occasionally, usually given to Peter or MJ. The most notable is Spider-Girl #51, about a boy with a crush on May... written by the future author of ''ComicBook/SpiderManLovesMaryJane''.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: Occasionally, usually given to Peter or MJ. The most notable is Spider-Girl ''Spider-Girl'' #51, about a boy with a crush on May... written by the future author of ''ComicBook/SpiderManLovesMaryJane''.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: Two of the first bad guys May meets, Crazy Eight and Funny Face, are {{Monster Clown}}s. [[spoiler:Turns out they're brothers.]] Oh, and sure, Funny Face sounds similar to another [=DeFalco=] badguy Angel Face but that's [[MythologyGag just a gag]]. [[spoiler:She's their mom.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Two of the first bad guys May meets, Crazy Eight and Funny Face, are {{Monster Clown}}s. [[spoiler:Turns out they're brothers.]] Oh, and sure, Funny Face sounds similar to another [=DeFalco=] badguy Angel Face Face, but that's [[MythologyGag just a gag]]. [[spoiler:She's their mom.]]



* GenerationXerox: Played straight in that almost all of the [=MC2=] heroes are following in their parent's or mentor's footsteps (and costume choices). Subverted in that most of them have different personalities and motivations. May has a LOT of xeroxed relationships, though. Heck, even Peter's gotten in on the act. He's as overprotective as Aunt May sometimes... It can be argued it's just a more subtle, realistic version of the trope. No-one's a carbon copy of their parents/mentors ([[UncannyFamilyResemblance looks aside]]), but naturally there are still a lot of [[LikeFatherLikeSon Like Parent/Mentor Like Child/Mentoree]] moments.

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* GenerationXerox: Played straight in that almost all of the [=MC2=] heroes are following in their parent's or mentor's footsteps (and costume choices). Subverted in that most of them have different personalities and motivations. May has a LOT of xeroxed relationships, though. Heck, even Peter's gotten in on the act. He's as overprotective as Aunt May sometimes... It it can be argued it's just a more subtle, realistic version of the trope. No-one's a carbon copy of their parents/mentors ([[UncannyFamilyResemblance looks aside]]), but naturally there are still a lot of [[LikeFatherLikeSon Like Parent/Mentor Like Child/Mentoree]] moments.



16th Jan '17 9:01:50 PM DustSnitch
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* OlderAndWiser: Peter Parker, of all people. {{Badass}}, has a beard, a bionic leg and a stick he uses to beat people up. Like Bruce Wayne in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'', but not as old.

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* OlderAndWiser: Peter Parker, of all people. {{Badass}}, Badass, has a beard, a bionic leg and a stick he uses to beat people up. Like Bruce Wayne in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'', but not as old.
30th May '16 12:52:36 AM MacronNotes
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* FirstKiss / SmoochOfVictory: May to Brad, after Courtney wakes up from a coma. Causes her to see [[TestKiss she's not really that into him anymore]], which turns out to be [[BlondesAreEvil fortunate]].

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* FirstKiss / SmoochOfVictory: May to Brad, after Courtney wakes up from a coma. Causes her to see [[TestKiss she's not really that into him anymore]], which turns out to be [[BlondesAreEvil fortunate]].fortunate.
24th May '16 12:54:20 PM Morgenthaler
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* BlondesAreEvil: Brad turns out to be [[spoiler:an anti-mutant bigot]] and Gene's TheScrappy for good reasons. J.J. and Franklin are good guys, though. (May seems to have a thing for blondes.)
11th Feb '16 10:43:12 AM ObsidianFire
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* GenreSavvy: Perhaps because {{Superhero}}es have been around a long time by this point, Mayday is aware of most ComicBookTropes, and often ''refuses'' to fall into LetsYouAndHimFight, sometimes [[LampshadeHanging commenting on how cliché it would be.]] And the one time she ''does'' fall for it, she laments being "The Amazing '''Jerk-Girl'''! The hero with no brains!"
11th Nov '15 7:43:34 AM Blazer
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She has since reappeared as part of ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. [[spoiler:At the end of ''Spider-Verse'', she abandons the identity of Spider-Girl and becomes Spider-Woman.]] Mayday's story will continue in ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' as part of the a set of backstories within the tie-in comic of ''ComicBook/SpiderIsland''.

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She has since reappeared as part of ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. [[spoiler:At the end of ''Spider-Verse'', she abandons the identity of Spider-Girl and becomes Spider-Woman.]] Mayday's story will continue in ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' as part of the a set of backstories within the tie-in comic of ''ComicBook/SpiderIsland''.
''ComicBook/SpiderIsland''. She also appears in ''ComicBook/WebWarriors'', now a member of the Warriors of the Web
26th Mar '15 9:26:20 PM Blazer
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She has since reappeared as part of ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. [[spoiler:At the end of ''Spider-Verse'', she abandons the identity of Spider-Girl and becomes Spider-Woman.]]

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She has since reappeared as part of ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. [[spoiler:At the end of ''Spider-Verse'', she abandons the identity of Spider-Girl and becomes Spider-Woman.]]
]] Mayday's story will continue in ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'' as part of the a set of backstories within the tie-in comic of ''ComicBook/SpiderIsland''.
25th Feb '15 9:27:03 AM Blazer
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She has since reappeared as part of SpiderVerse.

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She has since reappeared as part of SpiderVerse.
''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. [[spoiler:At the end of ''Spider-Verse'', she abandons the identity of Spider-Girl and becomes Spider-Woman.]]
21st Feb '15 11:47:06 PM Phoenixion
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If you're looking for the Earth 616 Spider-Girl (Anya Corazon), search her in the [[Characters/SpiderMan Spider-Man Character Page]]. If you're interested in TheVerse, check ''ComicBook/MarvelComics2''.

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If you're looking for the Earth 616 Spider-Girl (Anya Corazon), search her in the [[Characters/SpiderMan Spider-Man Character Page]].see ComicBook/AnyaCorazon. If you're interested in TheVerse, check ''ComicBook/MarvelComics2''.
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