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Spider-Women Omega #1

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.


Silk is out of commission and Spider-Woman and Spider-Gwen return to Earth-65 for an impossible final battle. They are out-gunned, out-manned, out-numbered and out-planned. But it’s a fight they have to fight. Don’t miss this conclusion that will shake all three Spider-Women to the core!

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Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
34 pages
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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 92

    Black Nerd Problems

    Spider-Women Omega #1 is the best issue in the Spider-Women crossover. It stuck the landing and showed how far Gwen, Jess, and Cindy came from the ill-fated brunch where their adventure began. For Cindy Moon fans, you’ll want to check out a great homage to her character from BNP’s favorites of 2016, and for Gwen fans, you can plan to keep following along with our Spider-Gwen coverage. Marvel’s been a fun place lately.

  • 90


    Damn, what a wild ride! Spider-Women: Omega was intense, fun, and completely ridiculous. If I’m being frank, we need stories like this. I’m not sure where it will lead and how it will affect Gwen, Jess, and Cindy moving forward, but it gave us a glimpse into their lives, their bond, and their love for each other. On its own, this issue is packed with action and emotional resolution, and in the context of the crossover it’s an important book-end that brings to light many of the major themes. I recommend this issue if you’ve been keeping up, and if you haven’t it’s not too late to get the rest of the cross-over!

  • 70

    Major Spoilers

    All in all, this issue is a lot of fun, and makes me want to seek out the rest of the crossover arc to get the full story. All three Spider-Women are shown to be likeable, relatable and heroic, and we get some development to Gwen that will hopefully lead to her becoming an even better hero. Spider-Women: Omega #1 even gets a pass for reviving the stupid final issue standalone “Omega” issue thing that I hoped had died with the 1990s, with well-done art and great character work. If nothing else, the idea of crossing universal streams just to have brunch with your friends is a wonderfully cute concept…

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