Spider-Girl #4

Spider-Girl #4

Writer: Paul Tobin Artist: Matthew Southworth Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: February 16, 2011 Critic Reviews: 4
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KRAVEN’S NEW HUNT! Ana Kravinoff explodes onto the scene to prove to her father, Kraven the Hunter, that she's worthy of the family name by
taking down one of the Spider family, and Spider-Girl is her chosen prey! Looks like Spider-Girl isn't the only one with father issues, and the Grim Hunt isn't quite over… not if Ana Kravinoff has her way! AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: GRIM HUNT’s Matthew Southworth joins Paul Tobin for this two-part Spider-Epic!

  • 9.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Ryan Schrodt Feb 22, 2011

    It took me quite some time to determine where this book would fall on the Rankings and what verdict it would receive. Paul Tobin's writing is stellar and could easily take in a Must Read verdict if I were judging the book on writing alone. On the flipside, the art isn't really my thing and is most certainly the wrong fit for this book. In the end, the writing edge the art out and just barely bumped his one up a level. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Dean Stell Feb 18, 2011

    Minor art issues aside, I'm really enjoying this series. Having Anya square off against Ana Kravinoff is perfect and it gives us another chance to see more of that impish devil of a character who was the big bright spot from the Grim Hunt story line in ASM. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Feb 18, 2011

    The substitute artwork is a detriment to the aims of Paul Tobin. Spider-Girl started with such promise, and now the Powers that Be seem to be going out of their way to kill any possibility that fans might enjoy the comic book. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Major Spoilers - Rob Rasmussen Feb 21, 2011

    If you happen to be a big fan of Anya you may want to pick this up, but even then the direction they're taking and the idea behind everything just bothers me. I don't know why they killed her father; she didn't need more tragedy to drive her. I don't know what happened to the rest of her supporting cast; but she does have friends. And if she doesn't have any powers, then why is she running around as a Spider anyway, let alone as a hero. Anyhow, this earns a mere 2 of 5 stars, mostly because while I don't like the direction the story is taking, the writing is still solid. Read Full Review

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