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Spider-Gwen: Ghost-Spider #2

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Based on 4 critic ratings.


Trapped on a parallel world as her friends are dying, there’s something very familiar about SPIDER-GEDDON to Gwen Stacy. But with her teleporter watch destroyed and no way to get home, Gwen has no choice but to sit idly by while her friends suffer and the Inheritors wreak havoc across the entire Web of Life and Destiny! Heh. YEAH RIGHT! Strap in, kids, things are about to get NUTS.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
23 pages
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Cover Artist
Variant Cover Artists

4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90


    The second issue of Ghost Spider is a real treat and assuming we pick up from here after Spider-Geddon, Gwen Stacy is in good hands with this team as they prove they can tell a story that speaks to not only who she is with the mask on, but also underneath it.

  • 82

    Monkeys Fighting Robots

    Spider-Gwen: Ghost-Spider #2 continues on the strong trajectory set by the previous issue with tight, punchy writing and eye-catching artwork. I highly recommend you add this one to the pull list.

  • 63

    Major Spoilers

    Gwen hasn’t changed her name to Ghost Spider yet, but it’s clearly coming and that’s a long-needed alteration to her status quo, making Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider #2 a well-drawn and well-plotted comic book that draws you into Gwen’s adventures and this interesting alternate world. This creative team has a lot going for them, so I’ll be checking in with coming issues of Spider-Gwen to see where this is all going.

  • 60

    Spider-Gwen: Ghost-Spider #2 is an issue filled with identity mishaps. Gwen Stacy is in a new dimension, and the heroine is tasked with saving herself from a rather surprising situation. With Peter on the back burner, this issue hones in on the nuances between the two Gwens and Mary Jane Watson. Its easy dialogue keeps the issue moving, but fans may put down the issue wishing for something a bit more substantial. However, the latest issue ends on a promising note and imbues enough Stacy Sass to keep readers hooked for another read.

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