The Spider-Man Project

The Spider-Woman Vol. 1 010

Posted by dave, November 3, 2008 at 12:30 am · No Comments ·

The Spider-Woman Vol. 1 010Things That Go Flit in the Night
Writer: Mark Gruenwald
Artists: Carmine Infantino, Al Gordon
Letters: Watanabe
Colors: F. Mouly
Originally published: January 1979

The cover promises a new female character, the Gypsy Moth, and asks whether she is friend or foe. May I predict she engages in lesbian bondage with Spider-Woman? Well, the first thing the moth does upon seeing Spider-Woman is start to literally undress her with her mind:

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And then, as predicted, there’s a wee bit of bondage.

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This issue wasn’t as offensive as some of the others, but it was just as poorly written and illustrated.

Rating:

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