* After everything Jack O'Lantern has done, from the people he's killed to the lives he's ruined, and everything he's done to her personally, Spider-Woman finally fights and defeats the pumpkin-headed lunatic in issue #30. Having discovered who he really is, and everything else he could have done with his talents, Spider-Woman is not only sickened by all the crimes he's committed, but disgusted by his NietzscheWannabe beliefs. She sums up her thoughts in a short but eloquent TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to Jack O'Lantern:
-->'''Spider-Woman''': That's what you really think, isn't it? You really think everyone can be just as evil and twisted as you? Here's something you should remember-I'm not alone in this world. You are. You had everything you could have ever needed, and you wasted it all.
* In the most recent chapter, Maddie Watson goes on a talk show and [[ShamingTheMob calls out the public]] [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer for their hypocritical ingratitude toward]] [[HeroWithBadPublicity superheroes, specifically Spider-Woman]]. She even bores holes in Senator Kelly's anti-superhero arguments as she does so.
--> '''Maddie:''' We take superheroes for granted. Daredevil, Darkhawk, the X-Men, pick whichever one you like, we abuse them when they don't help us and then act like ungrateful jerks when they do. Why would somebody like Spider-Woman risk her neck to save me and my family? She didn't get paid and she didn't get thanked by most people--she did it because it was the right thing to do. After all the city's superheroes have done for us, do you think it would kill us sometimes to show a little gratitude? ''(cue awkwardness from the other panelists)''