History Webcomic / Spinnerette

13th Jun '16 2:04:33 PM meanmetalmario
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** Meanwhile, in Issue 24, Modern Heather has to put up with her old beauty pageant rival, who makes very delicious fruit pies and owns a bakery called the Midwest [[{{Pun}} Hostess]].
11th Jun '16 9:10:44 AM HaggisMcCrablice
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* ModeLock: London is stuck in wolfman shape as he has forgotten how to turn back.

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* MistakenForPregnant: A little girl, mistaking Heather's fat suit for a baby bump, asks her if she can "feel your baby". Early on Heather considered passing her enlarged midsection for a pregnancy belly, until Sahira pointed out that people would get suspicious after a few months if she didn't grow or, you know, give birth.
* ModeLock: London is stuck in wolfman shape as he has forgotten how to turn back.
5th Jun '16 5:59:46 PM YZQ
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The premise? Mild-mannered lab assistant Heather Brown is forced to clean up the lab by her boss one night when, due to a FreakLabAccident with a genetic infusion chamber, Heather gains the powers of a spider. She now has superstrength, can shoots webs out of her lower back ('not'' her butt), and has, most obviously, four extra arms. With these powers, Heather decides to fight the forces of evil as the costumed superhero Spinnerette, while hiding her secret identity (and extra arms) from the citizens of Columbus, Ohio.

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The premise? Mild-mannered lab assistant Heather Brown is forced to clean up the lab by her boss one night when, due to a FreakLabAccident with a genetic infusion chamber, Heather gains the powers of a spider. She now has superstrength, can shoots webs out of her lower back ('not'' (''not'' her butt), and has, most obviously, four extra arms. With these powers, Heather decides to fight the forces of evil as the costumed superhero Spinnerette, while hiding her secret identity (and extra arms) from the citizens of Columbus, Ohio.
30th May '16 1:37:11 PM eroock
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'''''[[http://www.spinnyverse.com/ Spinnerette]]''''' is a {{webcomic}} and print comic produced by {{Webcomic/Krakow}} Studios written by Kazy Krow (real name Sean Linsday) and, unusually, has three artists: Walter Gustavo Gomez, who has illustrated most of it and by Fernando Furukawa and Rocio Zucchi who have done others. It updates twice weekly.

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'''''[[http://www.''[[http://www.spinnyverse.com/ Spinnerette]]''''' Spinnerette]]'' is a {{webcomic}} and print comic produced by {{Webcomic/Krakow}} Studios written by Kazy Krow (real name Sean Linsday) and, unusually, has three artists: Walter Gustavo Gomez, who has illustrated most of it and by Fernando Furukawa and Rocio Zucchi who have done others. It updates twice weekly.
23rd May '16 9:21:34 PM Willbyr
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** Mecha Maid is obviously a tribute to several aspects of anime culture, including {{Meido}}, PoweredArmor, and YouGottaHaveBlueHair. At one point, she specifically mentions ''{{Mahoromatic}}'' as the reason she went with a "maid" theme. [[spoiler:She's also a HandicappedBadass scientist who uses her PoweredArmor to gain increased mobility, much like the old TV superhero M.A.N.T.I.S., and the series itself is not mentioned by name, but it's explicitly mentioned as an InUniverse inspiration.]]

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** Mecha Maid is obviously a tribute to several aspects of anime culture, including {{Meido}}, PoweredArmor, and YouGottaHaveBlueHair. At one point, she specifically mentions ''{{Mahoromatic}}'' ''Manga/{{Mahoromatic}}'' as the reason she went with a "maid" theme. [[spoiler:She's also a HandicappedBadass scientist who uses her PoweredArmor to gain increased mobility, much like the old TV superhero M.A.N.T.I.S., and the series itself is not mentioned by name, but it's explicitly mentioned as an InUniverse inspiration.]]
23rd May '16 1:50:00 PM frogpatrol
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'''''[[http://www.spinnyverse.com/ Spinnerette]]''''' is a {{webcomic}} and print produced by {{Webcomic/Krakow}} Studios written by Kazy Krow (real name Sean Linsday) and, unusually, has three artists: Walter Gustavo Gomez, who has illustrated most of it and by Fernando Furukawa and Rocio Zucchi who have done others. It updates twice weekly.

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'''''[[http://www.spinnyverse.com/ Spinnerette]]''''' is a {{webcomic}} and print comic produced by {{Webcomic/Krakow}} Studios written by Kazy Krow (real name Sean Linsday) and, unusually, has three artists: Walter Gustavo Gomez, who has illustrated most of it and by Fernando Furukawa and Rocio Zucchi who have done others. It updates twice weekly.
23rd May '16 1:49:37 PM frogpatrol
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''[[http://www.spinnyverse.com/ Spinnerette]]'' is a {{webcomic}} and published comic produced by {{Webcomic/Krakow}} Studios that updates two days a week. It's written by Krazy Krow [[note]]Real name:Sean Lindsay[[/note]] and, unusually, has three artists -- Walter Gustavo Gomez, who's done the bulk of the work, Fernando Furukawa, who's done two chapters, and Rocio Zucchi, who has done several chapters as well.

Mild-mannered lab assistant Heather Brown was forced to clean up the lab by her boss one night when, due to a FreakLabAccident with a genetic infusion chamber, Heather gained the powers of a spider, including superstrength, shooting web out of her lower back ('''not''' her butt), and most prominently four extra arms. With these powers Heather decides to fight the forces of evil as the costumed superhero Spinnerette, while hiding her secret identity (and extra arms) from the citizens of Columbus, Ohio.

Spinnerette is not alone in her endeavors. Helping her out is her roommate Sahira, who acts as her SecretKeeper, seamstress, and voice of reason. There is also the local superhero team of Tiger, a huge superstrong man, and Mecha Maid, a [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin power-armoured maid]].

''Spinnerette'' is largely an AffectionateParody of {{Superhero}} stories (most prominently {{Spider-Man}}, of course), showing Heather's forays into the world of superheroism and the many problems that can come with it. Humor is largely derived from Heather jumping headfirst into superheroics without any forethought, and the problems that causes. But it's an upbeat comic ([[CerebusSyndrome for the most part]], anyways) -- Heather's many troubles never get her down.

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''[[http://www.'''''[[http://www.spinnyverse.com/ Spinnerette]]'' Spinnerette]]''''' is a {{webcomic}} and published comic print produced by {{Webcomic/Krakow}} Studios that updates two days a week. It's written by Krazy Kazy Krow [[note]]Real name:Sean Lindsay[[/note]] (real name Sean Linsday) and, unusually, has three artists -- artists: Walter Gustavo Gomez, who's done the bulk who has illustrated most of the work, it and by Fernando Furukawa, who's done two chapters, Furukawa and Rocio Zucchi, Zucchi who has have done several chapters as well.

others. It updates twice weekly.

The premise?
Mild-mannered lab assistant Heather Brown was is forced to clean up the lab by her boss one night when, due to a FreakLabAccident with a genetic infusion chamber, Heather gained gains the powers of a spider, including spider. She now has superstrength, shooting web can shoots webs out of her lower back ('''not''' ('not'' her butt), and has, most prominently obviously, four extra arms. With these powers powers, Heather decides to fight the forces of evil as the costumed superhero Spinnerette, while hiding her secret identity (and extra arms) from the citizens of Columbus, Ohio.

Spinnerette is not alone in her endeavors. Helping her out is her roommate Sahira, who acts as her SecretKeeper, seamstress, and voice of reason. There is also the local superhero team of Tiger, a Tiger (a huge superstrong man, man) and Mecha Maid, a [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin power-armoured maid]].

maid in power armor]].

''Spinnerette'' is largely an AffectionateParody of {{Superhero}} stories (most prominently {{Spider-Man}}, of course), showing all about Heather's forays into the world of superheroism and the many problems that can come with it. Humor is largely derived from Heather jumping headfirst into superheroics without any forethought, and the problems that causes. But it's an upbeat comic ([[CerebusSyndrome for the most part]], anyways) -- part]]) and Heather's many troubles never get her down.
23rd May '16 4:23:09 AM JustKnown
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* TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks: Parodied by 90's Spinnerette, with her over-the-top figure, improbably long legs, bloodthirsty attitude (complete with a "Pouch sword"), and tendency to stand in anatomically impossible positions that emphasize her boobs and butt.
9th May '16 3:44:14 AM erforce
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** Look at Buzz Rickard's (that security guard that Sahira tries to seduce) uniform sleeve. Did you notice the [[VideoGame/HalfLife Black Mesa logo]]? How about his [[TheTerminator Cyberdyne-Systems]] laptop? His jacket with [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome CMOA]] on the back?

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** Look at Buzz Rickard's (that security guard that Sahira tries to seduce) uniform sleeve. Did you notice the [[VideoGame/HalfLife Black Mesa logo]]? How about his [[TheTerminator [[Franchise/{{Terminator}} Cyberdyne-Systems]] laptop? His jacket with [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome CMOA]] on the back?



** Ben Franklin's superhero origin story is straight out of [[TheTerminator Terminator 2]].

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** Ben Franklin's superhero origin story is straight out of [[TheTerminator Terminator 2]].''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay''.
25th Apr '16 5:38:40 PM KOman
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* ArtEvolution: Around Issue 15, the characters become more spindly. Spinnerette, for example, doesn't have nearly as prominent GIRL ABS as she used to.
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