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The Spider-Woman Vol. 1 013

Posted by dave, November 7, 2008 at 7:48 pm · No Comments ·

The Spider-Woman Vol. 1 013Suddenly…The Shroud!
Story: Mark Gruenwald
Pictures: Carmine Infantino, Al Gordon
Letters: John Costanza
Colors: Ben Sean
Consultant: Jim Shooter
Originally published: April 1979

Goodness gracious, praise the Lord. Jerry Hunt and Magnus depart in this issue. Between this and #12, Gruenwald has eliminated Jessica Drew’s entire supporting cast. They were terrible and I wont miss them. The issue does cut back to Jerry’s new assignment, but I’m hoping it gives up on him pretty quickly.

This issue was much, much better than most previous Spider-Woman outings. It was still fairly boring and uninteresting by any normal standards, but at least it didn’t make me want to vomit with rage.

Also, although he wasn’t necessarily very good here, the Shroud seems to have the potential to be interesting.

Rating:

XX/__

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