History ComicBook / SpiderWoman

21st Mar '17 8:33:43 AM Amon_Ra
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* ShesGotLegs:Both Jessica and Julia (during the times that they wore their original costumes) are shown to be drawn with very attractive legs.

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* ShesGotLegs:Both ShesGotLegs: Both Jessica and Julia (during the times that they wore their original costumes) are shown to be drawn with very attractive legs.



When Jessica was little, she was infected with uranium radiation and was in danger of dying. Her father used an experimental spider serum to save her, and put her in a tube to accelerate the serum's growth, saving her life but aging her rather rapidly to the point that [[YoungerThanTheyLook she looks, and acts, much older than she is]]. She was raised in Wundagore by the cow-woman Lady Bova, eventually left to make her way in the human world, fell in love... then accidentally killed her first love with her latent superpower: bio-electric blasts. Accused of being a witch, Jessica fled Wundagore and was taken in to ComicBook/{{HYDRA}}, tricked into thinking that it was a good place for refugees, even though it's actually a terrorist group. She was trained in martial arts and learned to harness her powers more effectively. These include the discovery of her other powers such as Wall Climbing and Pheromones, which attract men and women. Oh, and she was given her codename, first Arachne, but quickly changed to Spider-Woman. (It should be noted that the preceding paragraph is the result of decades of {{Retcon}}ning with at least two complete origin changes, including one where she was a hyper-evolved spider. Jessica rivals ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} in the ContinuitySnarl category.)

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When Jessica was little, she was infected with uranium radiation and was in danger of dying. Her father used an experimental spider serum to save her, and put her in a tube to accelerate the serum's growth, saving her life but aging her rather rapidly to the point that [[YoungerThanTheyLook she looks, and acts, much older than she is]]. She was raised in Wundagore by the cow-woman Lady Bova, eventually left to make her way in the human world, fell in love... then accidentally killed her first love with her latent superpower: bio-electric blasts. Accused of being a witch, Jessica fled Wundagore and was taken in to ComicBook/{{HYDRA}}, tricked into thinking that it was a good place for refugees, even though it's actually a terrorist group. She was trained in martial arts and learned to harness her powers more effectively. These include the discovery of her other powers such as Wall Climbing and Pheromones, which attract men and women. Oh, and she was given her codename, first Arachne, but quickly changed to Spider-Woman. (It Spider-Woman (tt should be noted that the preceding paragraph is the result of decades of {{Retcon}}ning with at least two complete origin changes, including one where she was a hyper-evolved spider. Jessica rivals ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} in the ContinuitySnarl category.)
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6th Mar '17 10:03:12 PM MegaJ
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And even though she's the closest DistaffCounterpart of Spider-Man (same powers except stronger Spider-Sense and organic webbing), she doesn't go by Spider-Woman, ironically.

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And even though she's the closest DistaffCounterpart of Spider-Man (same powers except stronger Spider-Sense and organic webbing), webbing, even bitten by the ''same spider''), she doesn't go by Spider-Woman, ironically.
6th Mar '17 9:46:11 PM pepsimax
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See also: ''ComicBook/SpiderWomen'', a 2016 BatFamilyCrossover featuring three of the characters listed on this page.
15th Feb '17 1:38:17 PM Arawn999
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* BackFromTheDead. In ''ComicBook/{{Silk}}'' (presumably only as a clone, [[ComicBook/DeadNoMoreTheCloneConspiracy however]]) during ''[[ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016 Marvel NOW!]]''.

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* BackFromTheDead. In ''ComicBook/{{Silk}}'' (presumably only as she's cloned by New U in ''ComicBook/DeadNoMoreTheCloneConspiracy''. [[spoiler:She succumbs to cellular degeneration after saving Silk from Carrion-virus afflicted clones, a clone, [[ComicBook/DeadNoMoreTheCloneConspiracy however]]) during ''[[ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016 Marvel NOW!]]''.la Ben Reilly.]]


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* HandBlast: She can shoot bolts of crimson energy from her hands, derived from Jessica Drew's powerset.


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* LetsYouAndHimFight: She gets into a fight with Silkworm, but after bonding over their shared suspicions over New-U and closeness to J. Jonah Jameson, they become friends.
8th Jan '17 3:22:00 PM nombretomado
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** However the UltimateMarvel version of Jessica Drew is a genuine example of this, being an OppositeSexClone of Peter who emerged intact from the Ultimate Clone Saga.

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** However the UltimateMarvel ComicBook/UltimateMarvel version of Jessica Drew is a genuine example of this, being an OppositeSexClone of Peter who emerged intact from the Ultimate Clone Saga.
10th Dec '16 3:13:01 PM MegaJ
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10th Dec '16 3:09:47 PM MegaJ
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23rd Nov '16 11:53:47 PM Arawn999
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[[folder:Gwen Stacy]]
![[ComicBook/SpiderGwen Gwen Stacy]]
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Nope, not ''[[ComicBook/TheNightGwenStacyDied that]]'' one. This Spider-Woman was introduced as part of the 2014 high-profile ComicBook/SpiderVerse event, in ''Edge of Spider-Verse'' #2, created by Jason Latour and Robbi Rodriguez. This Gwen Stacy is from an AlternateUniverse where Peter Parker was never bitten by the radioactive spider, but ''Gwen'' was - and used her powers to go into music. Peter, inspired by Spider-Woman's example, turned himself into the villainous Lizard, which resulted in Peter's death and Spider-Woman taking the blame, leaving her wanted by the police and a recruitment target for the underworld. She received a solo ongoing by Latour and Rodriguez, ''ComicBook/SpiderGwen'', beginning in 2015.

For tropes regarding her, see '''[[ComicBook/SpiderGwen her own page]]'''.
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Nope, not ''[[ComicBook/TheNightGwenStacyDied that]]'' one. This Spider-Woman was introduced as part of the 2014 high-profile ComicBook/SpiderVerse event, in ''Edge of Spider-Verse'' #2, created by Jason Latour and Robbi Rodriguez. This Gwen Stacy is from an AlternateUniverse where Peter Parker was never bitten by the radioactive spider, but ''Gwen'' was - and used her powers to go into music. Peter, inspired by Spider-Woman's example, turned himself into the villainous Lizard, which resulted in Peter's death and Spider-Woman taking the blame, leaving her wanted by the police and a recruitment target for the underworld. She received a solo ongoing by Latour and Rodriguez, ''ComicBook/SpiderGwen'', beginning in 2015.

For tropes regarding her, see '''[[ComicBook/SpiderGwen her own page]]'''.
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23rd Nov '16 10:39:36 PM MegaJ
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[[folder: Cindy Moon]]
![[ComicBook/{{Silk}} Cindy Moon]]
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Cindy Moon was introduced to the Marvel Universe in the ''Amazing Spider-Man'' #1 Volume 3 as part of the ''ComicBook/OriginalSin'' event. In it, it was revealed that the radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker, ''also'' bit a young Cindy Moon before it died. After being bit, her powers manifested and she was unable to control them until she was taught by Spider-Man ally, Ezekiel Sims. After receiving warning that Spider-Man foe Morlun was about to start his [[ComicBook/SpiderVerse biggest hunt ever]], she was placed into a bunker for most of her life hiding until being freed by Spider-Man. After Morlun is defeated, Cindy becomes a hero much like Spider-Man and starred in her own comic series, mainly taking Peter's place as a street level hero and dealing with her personal life and finding her family whom she lost contact with while she was in the bunker.

And even though she's the closest DistaffCounterpart of Spider-Man (same powers except stronger Spider-Sense and organic webbing), she doesn't go by Spider-Woman, ironically.

For tropes regarding her, see '''[[ComicBook/{{Silk}} her own page]]'''.
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23rd Nov '16 6:10:41 PM Manny20444
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* MsFanservice: Jessica is usually drawn with having a voluptuous yet well-toned built, huge breasts, and wears a very formfitting costume that shows off her voluptuous yet well-toned body through the suit.
* MostCommonSuperpower: Jessica is shown to be very busty.



* MsFanservice: Similar to Jessica, Julia is usually drawn with having a voluptuous yet well-toned muscular built, huge breasts, well-toned long yet shapely legs, and usually wears a very formfitting costume that shows off her voluptuous yet well-toned muscular body and legs through the suit.
* MostCommonSuperpower: Just like with Jessica, Julia is shown to be very well-endowed.



* ShesGotLegs: Just like Jessica, Julia (especially in her original black and white costume) is not only drawn with a curvaceously attractive build,But she is shown to have very attractive legs. This trope is even lampshade by Rhodey Rhodes (when he was Iron-Man) when he was checking her out during the Secret War.

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* ShesGotLegs: Just like Jessica, Julia (especially in her original black and white costume) is not only drawn with a curvaceously voluptuous yet well-toned attractive build,But build, But she is shown to have very attractive legs. This trope is even lampshade by Rhodey Rhodes (when he was Iron-Man) when he was checking her out during the Secret War.
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