Discussion in 'Comic Books and Graphic Novels' started by Primal, Jan 14, 2006.
Never read it, or cared too. But I feel for the fans. I know what it's like to have a series you've fallen in love with get canned.
Aw...I like Spider-girl, bah I like most of the Spiderman comics. Well I'll keep an eye to get issue 100 down here.
I have the original What If comic and that's it. Never cared for an ongoing of the character.
What ifind funny is that this is the last surviving nod to the clone saga and everyone forgets that.
i still for spiderman 2099
but i never cared for spidergirl
also.. i know this is a different continuity, but this spidergirl is she the daughter of one of the clones?
No, she's the daughter of Peter and Mary Jane. She was actually born in the regular continuity, but was killed at birth because the editors thought Spider-Man having a kid would make him seem "too old."
Losing Spider-Girl is a pity. I stopped reading it awhile ago, but it was a good book with some really good characters. It was also a nice glimpse of how the Spidey books could have gone if Marvel hadn't hired John Byrne to make them suck.
i think its better than some of the SM titles...
I knew this day would come eventually, but still. Doesn't make it any easier.
Yup. And so it ends. You have to admit thou.......we fought the good fight longer than anyone at Marvel expected us to.
That's true. #100 is one hell of a high note to go out on. Especailly considering how many times it was almost cancled.
Yeah, just cause I have the first ish, I may pick this up to see how it ends. If only Marvel didn't get sue happy that one year against fanartists.
Well the guys over at the Spider-Girl message board are gearing up again to save the book. But this time I think its the real deal. Sucks too, the story lines are starting to get good. At least it comes out on time, unlike Iron Man.
Once Spider-Girl is done, Iron Man is the only title left for me at Marvel.
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