History Comicbook / SpiderWoman

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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[[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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23rd Nov '16 10:39:36 PM MegaJ
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![[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.
12th Oct '16 5:49:53 PM LentilSandEater
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* MaternallyChallenged: Jessica apparently doesn't care for kids. When the other Avengers are cooing over the newborn Danielle Cage and Mary Jane tells her to "look at this baby", Jessica's only response is "That ''is'' a baby. Get it away from me." Then again, [[spoiler: this was during the time Veranke was posing as Jessica]].
** Her own pregnancy has done much to change this.

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* MaternallyChallenged: Jessica apparently doesn't care for kids. When the other Avengers are cooing over the newborn Danielle Cage and Mary Jane tells her to "look at this baby", Jessica's only response is "That ''is'' a baby. Get it away from me." Then again, [[spoiler: this was during the time Veranke was posing as Jessica]].
** Her own pregnancy has done much to change this.
Jessica]]. Getting pregnant caused her no small amount of soul-searching, but in the end she decided she would make her best go of it.



* PregnantBadass: Post-''ComicBook/SecretWars2015''.

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* PregnantBadass: Post-''ComicBook/SecretWars2015''.Post-''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'', and then no longer so when she gives birth in the following series.



* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: When dating Hawkeye, Jessica fell into this. A woman connected to S.H.I.E.L.D., who is great at hand-to-hand combat, traumatized by Skrulls, and smarter than him? Does this describe Jessica or Bobbi Morse/Mockingbird, Hawkeye's ex?

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute:
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When dating Hawkeye, Jessica fell into this. A woman connected to S.H.I.E.L.D., who is great at hand-to-hand combat, traumatized by Skrulls, and smarter than him? Does this describe Jessica or Bobbi Morse/Mockingbird, Hawkeye's ex?
9th Sep '16 5:49:40 PM CL
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* HelloNurse: Jessica ([[spoiler: or better, the skrull Queen Veranke posed as her]]) get this reaction from Iron Man and Luke Cage when she appears in her sexy red and yellow costume in ''ComicBook/NewAvengers''.

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* HelloNurse: Jessica ([[spoiler: or better, the skrull Skrull Queen Veranke posed as her]]) get this reaction from Iron Man and Luke Cage when she appears in her sexy [[MaleGaze sexy]] red and yellow costume in ''ComicBook/NewAvengers''.



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6th Sep '16 4:32:15 AM CL
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** Jessica Drew - Morgan le Fay, though some may go with Gypsy Moth[=/=]Klein.

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** Jessica Drew - Morgan le Fay, though some may go with Gypsy Moth[=/=]Klein.Moth[=/=]Klein or Viper[=/=]Madame Hydra.



* BackFromTheDead. In ''ComicBook/{{Silk}}'' during ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.

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* BackFromTheDead. In ''ComicBook/{{Silk}}'' (presumably only as a clone, [[ComicBook/DeadNoMoreTheCloneConspiracy however]]) during ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.''[[ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016 Marvel NOW!]]''.
15th Jul '16 2:26:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[invoked]]DyeHard: Jessica was naturally RedHeadedHeroine. She dyed her hair black. In fact, Jessica's [[AdaptationalVillainy villainous]] alternate reality counterpart from [[AlternateUniverse Earth-001]] in ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' keeps her auburn hair.

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* [[invoked]]DyeHard: Jessica was naturally RedHeadedHeroine.redheaded. She dyed her hair black. In fact, Jessica's [[AdaptationalVillainy villainous]] alternate reality counterpart from [[AlternateUniverse Earth-001]] in ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' keeps her auburn hair.



* RedHeadedHeroine: Although her hair colour sometimes changes DependingOnTheArtist, her hair is mostly drawn as strawberry blonde.
12th Jul '16 10:43:20 AM Arawn999
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** RoguesGalleryTransplant: In ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016'', she fights the Hobgoblin, one of [[Franchise/SpiderMan Peter Parker]]'s old rogues.

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** * RoguesGalleryTransplant: In ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016'', she fights the Hobgoblin, one of [[Franchise/SpiderMan Peter Parker]]'s old rogues.



** BackFromTheDead. In ''ComicBook/{{Silk}}'' during ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.

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** * BackFromTheDead. In ''ComicBook/{{Silk}}'' during ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.
12th Jul '16 10:33:33 AM Digifiend
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**RoguesGalleryTransplant: In ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016'', she fights the Hobgoblin, one of [[Franchise/SpiderMan Peter Parker]]'s old rogues.



* BackForTheDead: After being absent for much of the 2000's, Mattie came back for the ''Grim Hunt'' arc, where she was sacrificed by Sasha Kravinoff to resurrect her son Vladimir. It backfired and Vlad was resurrected as a lionine monster.
* CombatStilettos: Mattie wore a set of hight heels in one of her many outfits.

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* BackForTheDead: After being absent for much of the 2000's, Mattie came back for the ''Grim Hunt'' arc, where she was sacrificed by Sasha Kravinoff to resurrect her son Vladimir. It backfired and Vlad was resurrected as a lionine leonine monster.
**BackFromTheDead. In ''ComicBook/{{Silk}}'' during ''ComicBook/MarvelNOW2016''.
* CombatStilettos: Mattie wore a set of hight high heels in one of her many outfits.
4th Jul '16 3:02:52 PM comicwriter
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* ''VideoGame/MarvelAvengersAcademy'': A teenage version of Jessica Drew appears as a playable hero.

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* ''VideoGame/MarvelAvengersAcademy'': ''VideoGame/AvengersAcademy'': A teenage version of Jessica Drew appears as a playable hero.
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