The recap page is especially handy, given the activity in this issue which starts long past "Go!" and dumps the reader neck-deep in the thick of a fight with Norman Osborn "- not the best place for any Parker to be. It's a shame that this book once more has to roll up the rug, put the chairs on the tables and turn out the light. The good news, however, is that the fans of this character have been supportive and vocal enough to land May a new home -" over on Marvel's Digital Comics. Additionally, Spider-Girl will also be turning up in the pages of "Amazing Spider-Man Family" beginning with #5. Read Full Review
Having said that, the central concept is strong enough that I could envisage yet another revival at some point -- and indeed, Spider-Girl is already slated to make an appearance in the Amazing Spider-Man Family anthology title in the near future. The character has come a long way since her debut appearance in a What If? story over 10 years ago, and somehow I can't believe that this is going to be the end of her story. Read Full Review
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