Spider-Girl #52

Writer: Tom DeFalco Artist: Ron Frenz Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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    Comics Bulletin - Paul Dale Roberts Oct 3, 2002

    Wow! Spider-Girl and The Scarlet Spider on the front cover of Spider-Girl #52! May 'Maydey' Parker really must step out of her father's shadow. Being the daughter of Spider-Man seems to have jinxed her as she now feels incompetant as a superhero. Just the mention of the names Kaine & Mongrain has May's mother startled. Those names bring back too many memories of a bad past and I can only wonder what will happen next. Jack Jameson aka The Buzz is a hoot, as he really has it bad for May. May is a beautiful young lady that must deal with many boys that are infactuated with her. It will be interesting to see who she will fall for eventually. Peter Parker to retire? I don't believe that for one moment. Peter makes a good point. Superheroes just like sports athletics only have so many good years in them and retirement at a certain age does seem like a logical move. But, I could never imagine Spider-Man retiring, the Marvel Universe will never allow him. Dark Devil has one cool costume and it Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Oct 6, 2002

    Typical Udon suggests that everybody wears eye shadow and smudges beneath their noses, yet fingers cast no shadow on page twelve. It's interesting to note that May's hair shades do not change even when walking out in the sun. It always remains brown the highlights of brown stubbornly staying in the same place. This isn't just pretentious high-styled coloring. It's bad, unfinished coloring. So, once again, I'd like to thank Udon Studios for ruining yet another issue of Spider-Girl. I'd also like to thank the art editor for allowing such a nightmare to reach the racks. He should be sacked. Read Full Review

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