Spider-Girl #5

Spider-Girl #5

Writer: Paul Tobin Artist: Matthew Southworth w/ Sergi Cariello Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 30, 2011 Critic Reviews: 2
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THE SPIDER VS. THE HUNTER! Will Spider-Girl catch Ana Kraven in her web or has the young huntress finally gained the upper hand in this fearsome family feud?! The Next Generation of one of comics great rivalries takes center stage ‚ and in the wings, is a Goblin lurks! By Paul Tobin (MARVEL ADVENTURES SPIDER-MAN) and Matthew Southworth (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN)

  • 6.0
    Major Spoilers - Rob Rasmussen Apr 3, 2011

    While I'm still not happy with the direction her life has taken, I'm still happy to follow Anya down that path. Tobin has earned at least another purchase from me. Writing wise, I'd say my only real complaint within the issue is Anya calling Ana "Thundercat" as I don't feel she would be someone to even recognize the series, let alone use it. Either way, the book does earn a good 3 out of 5 stars. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Apr 5, 2011

    Whether or not Araa is a member of the Spider-Man Family, I really couldn't work up any enthusiasm over what amounts to a psychotic Hannah Montana battling Avril Lavigne on the streets of Manhattan. Spider-Girl comes up with some good strategic moves to stymie the huntress, but you get the impression that this is just one well-drawn PG rated cat-fight with Spider-Girl acting a little bratty instead of wise beyond her years. Bleah. Read Full Review

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