The Spider-Man Project

The Spider-Woman Vol. 1 008 (Stories 1 & 2)

Posted by dave, August 5, 2008 at 6:24 pm · No Comments ·

The Spider-Woman Vol. 1 008The Man Who Could Not Die!
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Pencils: Carmine Infantino
Inks: Al Gordon
Letterer: Costanza
Colorist: F. Mouly
Originally published: November 1978

The Spider-Woman Vol. 1 008The Suit!
Writer: Marv Wolfman
Pencils: Carmine Infantino
Inks: Al Gordon
Letters: John Costanza
Colors: Francoise M.
Originally published: November 1978

Another fucking bondage cover! This is insane! No, seriously, what’s all the constant bondage and rape imagery and misogyny and sexism in this series? How was this ever published?! It’s not just the cover, each issue it seems more and more that this is just a way for Wolfman and Infantino to get paid to jerk off to bondage and rape fantasies.

The first story is awful and stupid, the second one is too. At least the first one features Spider-Woman — ‘The Suit!’ has a bizarre, completely non-sensical cameo by her and that’s it.

Apparently in the first story it’s August 12, and the ground is covered in snow.

Rating:

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