History ComicBook / SpiderGirl

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''.
20th Jan '15 6:19:31 PM MarchVee
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Was Marvel's longest-running comic starring a solo heroine through 102 issues (including #0 and the annual) of ''Spider-Girl'', a relaunch/renumbering as ''Amazing Spider-Girl'', and a further 31 issues (they just love their #0 issues in [[MarvelComics2 MC2]]!) before final cancellation. ''ComicBook/SheHulk'' might have reached #100 first, but ''Spider-Girl'' did so without ever being cancelled. Currently running as a digital comic that goes to print after a couple months' delay in the anthology title ''Web of Spider-Man''. An [[http://www.bleedingcool.com/2010/02/06/spider-girl-is-back-and-thats-not-all/ announcement]] claimed that it would be getting a new, proper monthly series again, until it was later switched into a mini series and a The End one shot to [[TheEndIsNigh wrap up the series and presumably the Marvel Comics 2]][[note]]Did anyone ''really'' believe [[LyingCreator Quesada]] when he said he loved the series because of its portrayal of marriage?[[/note]].

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Was Marvel's longest-running comic starring a solo heroine through 102 issues (including #0 and the annual) of ''Spider-Girl'', a relaunch/renumbering as ''Amazing Spider-Girl'', and a further 31 issues (they just love their #0 issues in [[MarvelComics2 MC2]]!) ''ComicBook/MarvelComics2'') before final cancellation. ''ComicBook/SheHulk'' might have reached #100 first, but ''Spider-Girl'' did so without ever being cancelled. Currently running as a digital comic that goes to print after a couple months' delay in the anthology title ''Web of Spider-Man''. An [[http://www.bleedingcool.com/2010/02/06/spider-girl-is-back-and-thats-not-all/ announcement]] claimed that it would be getting a new, proper monthly series again, until it was later switched into a mini series and a The End one shot to [[TheEndIsNigh wrap up the series and presumably the Marvel Comics 2]][[note]]Did anyone ''really'' believe [[LyingCreator Quesada]] when he said he loved the series because of its portrayal of marriage?[[/note]].



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 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]]. If you're interested in TheVerse, check MarvelComics2.
''ComicBook/MarvelComics2''.
10th Nov '14 2:14:18 AM ShorinBJ
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At fifteen, May is a popular, pretty, athletic girl. She's inherited many things from her parents, like her mother's social ease, her father's smarts... and, whoops, his Spider-powers. They manifest quite suddenly during a school basketball game, where -- luckily -- her parents are the only ones in the crowd who realise what's going on. She's at most about half as strong as her Dad, but much more agile, and her SpiderSense is apparently better. In an interesting twist on {{wall crawl}}ing, May can also stick ''other'' people to walls, or repel them with equal ease.

Needless to say, her parents have mixed reactions to all this. Nevertheless, May finds Ben Reilly's old Scarlet Spider costume in the attic and decides to put it on after a new Green Goblin appears (Normie Osborn, [grand]son of the originals) to menace her father, who isn't in fighting shape. Unable to secure help from other heroes, Peter reluctantly authorises May's ''one-time-only'' appearance as '''Spider-Girl'''. Of course, she ends up enjoying the experience so much (and has had the "With great power, comes great responsibility" meme drilled into her so thoroughly) that she feels compelled to become Spider-Girl on a more permanent basis.

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At fifteen, May is a popular, pretty, athletic girl. She's inherited many things from her parents, like her mother's social ease, her father's smarts... and, whoops, his Spider-powers. They manifest quite suddenly during a school basketball game, where -- luckily -- her parents are the only ones in the crowd who realise realize what's going on. She's at most about half as strong as her Dad, but much more agile, and her SpiderSense is apparently better. In an interesting twist on {{wall crawl}}ing, May can also stick ''other'' people to walls, or repel them with equal ease.

Needless to say, her parents have mixed reactions to all this. Nevertheless, May finds Ben Reilly's old Scarlet Spider costume in the attic and decides to put it on after a new Green Goblin appears (Normie Osborn, [grand]son of the originals) to menace her father, who isn't in fighting shape. Unable to secure help from other heroes, Peter reluctantly authorises authorizes May's ''one-time-only'' appearance as '''Spider-Girl'''. Of course, she ends up enjoying the experience so much (and has had the "With great power, comes great responsibility" meme drilled into her so thoroughly) that she feels compelled to become Spider-Girl on a more permanent basis.



* ArtShift: In one issue, May starts looking like she's in ''Franchise/ArchieComics'' for no apparent reason. [[spoiler:Foreshadowing she was in a LotusEaterMachine without realising it.]]

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* ArtShift: In one issue, May starts looking like she's in ''Franchise/ArchieComics'' for no apparent reason. [[spoiler:Foreshadowing she was in a LotusEaterMachine without realising realizing it.]]



* GoodScarsEvilScars: Normie's tattoos, [[spoiler:removed by a last gift by the Venom symbiote]] and Kaine's scars.

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* GoodScarsEvilScars: Normie's tattoos, [[spoiler:removed by as a last gift by the Venom symbiote]] and Kaine's scars.
28th Oct '14 2:00:20 PM Theenmityofages1994
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