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Spider-Gwen (II) #3

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Still reeling from the events of Spider-Verse, Gwen Stacy decides to pay a visit to Jessica Drew, A.K.A. Spider-Woman!

Gwen learns about her Earth-616 counterpart, and sees that the lesson that with great power, there must also come great responsibility applies in any reality.

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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
24 pages
Language
English
Price
$1.99
Amazon ASIN
B0182R3TSC

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2 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 72

    Black Nerd Problems

    The next issue will be back to its web-slinging ways so we’ll be gladly distracted from the narrow cast, and hopefully we can see other characters strengthened in the future. Maybe make space by weaning us away from Peter Parker? If we’re lucky it’ll be Glory who gets her time to shine as a supporting character. And if we’re really lucky, we’ll get best-case scenario thus far… and her name’s Samantha Wilson.

  • 62

    IGN

    Superheroes have to have limitations. The fact that Gwen Stacy has a multi-dimensional teleporter that she can use at any time to get anywhere is probably something that should have been limited. In this issue, Gwen uses that device to travel to the main Marvel Universe so she can get the pregnant Jessica Drew Spider-Woman to help her out of some handcuffs. Possible suspension of belief-breaking technology aside, this issue also struggles in a couple of other respects. It just feels too early and unearned for Gwen to be back to the 616 Universe, give the character some time to establish her own world. Her mentor relationship with Jessica is also unearned to this point and makes most of their conversation powerless. This is a disappointing and oddly timed issue.

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