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Spider-Gwen, Vol. 0: Most Wanted?

Spider Gwen Vol Most Wanted THE BREAKOUT CHARACTER HIT OF THE YEAR IS GWEN STACY SPIDER WOMAN IN ONE UNIVERSE it wasn t Peter Parker who was bitten by the radioactive spider but Gwen Stacy She s smart charming and can lift a

  • Title: Spider-Gwen, Vol. 0: Most Wanted?
  • Author: Jason Latour Robbi Rodriguez
  • ISBN: 9780785197737
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Paperback
  • THE BREAKOUT CHARACTER HIT OF THE YEAR IS GWEN STACY SPIDER WOMAN IN ONE UNIVERSE, it wasn t Peter Parker who was bitten by the radioactive spider, but Gwen Stacy She s smart, charming and can lift a car just don t tell her father, the police chief Now, in the wake of Spider Verse, Gwen swings into her own solo adventures And she soon finds herself between a rock aTHE BREAKOUT CHARACTER HIT OF THE YEAR IS GWEN STACY SPIDER WOMAN IN ONE UNIVERSE, it wasn t Peter Parker who was bitten by the radioactive spider, but Gwen Stacy She s smart, charming and can lift a car just don t tell her father, the police chief Now, in the wake of Spider Verse, Gwen swings into her own solo adventures And she soon finds herself between a rock and a hard place when the Vulture attacks, and NYPD Lieutenant Frank Castle sets his sights on bringing her down Then, still haunted by Peter s death, Gwen visits his only family Ben and May Parker But what really happened the day Peter died Find out right here as the spectacular Spider Gwen steals not only the spotlight, but also the hearts of comic fans worldwide COLLECTING EDGE OF SPIDER VERSE 2 AND SPIDER GWEN 1 5, WRITTEN BY JASON LATOUR AND ILLUSTRATED BY ROBBIE RODRIGUEZ.

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    1. (3.5) I really enjoyed this! My main complaint is that the story kind of felt a little bit too all over the place & I think it kind of messed with the flow of the overall story. Still great though & I'll definitely be picking up the next volume. Gwen Stacey is bae.

    2. This was my first comic book experience and definitely a positive one. While it’s a bit confusing jumping in with no backstory (for a newbie like myself), I was able to catch on and will certainly continue with the next two paperbacks since we own them. Glad to be stepping out of my comfort zone and experiencing some new stuff.

    3. With great parallel dimensions come great reading!This TPB edition collects “Edge of Spider-verse” #2 + “Spider-Gwen” (Vol.1) #1-5, along with a gallery presenting variant covers of the runPORTANT: If you are only interested in the character of Spider-Gwen, if you bought this very TPB edition, you don’t need to buy the “Edge of Spider-verse” TPB anymore, since here, you can find the only issue that presents the mentioned character over there.Creative Team:Writer & Co-creator: J [...]

    4. 2.5 stars While I love the art style and plan to continue the series, this drops you in without any back story. It isn't even her origin, and as of the writing of this review, we don't have an origin for her. She just shows up in a Spider-verse issue, which isn't a story arc you can reasonably start either and would have to go back multiple events to fully understand. I understand that the world of comics can be complex at times, but at least allow new readers a starting point that isn't convolu [...]

    5. Read for Book Riot's 2017 Read Harder challenge: #18 Read a superhero comic with a female leadThe plot was soooo all over the place, and the art got very sloppy in the last issue Definitely not impressed with this one! Can't say I want to continue on with the series.

    6. Spider-Gwen was an interesting concept as part of the Spider-Verse crossover, but the character doesn't really hold up to examination and I'd be very surprised if she can maintain an ongoing title for much longer than a year.What's my problem with her? Well, this whole 'What If' thing, containing darker and more 'modern' versions of existing characters has been done to death and I'm a bit bored with it to be honest. There's only so much mileage you can get out of mini-revelations like 'Ooh! That [...]

    7. Part of me really likes this, and part of me thinks it's over-hyped for what's actually between the pages. I'm settling on 3 stars, because I did enjoy it, but at the same time (I thought) there were problems with the story.So for those of you who live under a rock (or just don't read comics) Spider-Gwen is from an alternate reality where she lived & got powers, and Peter Parker died.And, yes, she and our Pete have already met.*see Spider-verse - Astonishing AnneThere's no real (as far as I [...]

    8. **read the single issues of this. trade actually releases in november! READ IT READ IT READ IT.

    9. Gwen Stacy is Spider-Woman in an alternate universe where she was bitten by a radioactive spider. She's fighting crime while causing her father Captain Stacy significant grief over it.So I like to laugh. I enjoy a good joke and funny things, but this is just way too goofy for me.I at times enjoy goofy humor, but it's best used sparingly. They just poured on the goofiness like little kids pour syrup on pancakesl over everything. If I said it's a shame then I'd be lying I think there are an adequa [...]

    10. Bullet Review:I like superheroines. I like to read their stories. But while I find Spider-Gwen admirable, I find myself asking questions like:1) How the f@#$ did this happen?2) How many "back issues" and other Spider-verse lines do I have to read to understand this?3) Why is her life nearly exclusively built on the men around her? (If it's supposed to be a gender-flip of sorts, why not have her mother be Captain Stacy? Have we not moved from the 50's/60's?)4) Are there superheroines whose father [...]

    11. So the 3 star rating on this is solely due to my lack of Spider-Verse knowledge. Spider-Man has never really tickled my fancy so naturally I never kept up on any of it. Spider-Gwen caught my eye though with its beautiful art so I had to give it a go.There's nothing inherently wrong with it, it just references a lot of Spider-Verse things that were lost on me. If you're a Spidey fan and have not yet picked this up though, you probably definitely should. Or if you're just a fan of pretty comics. T [...]

    12. Jason Latour tarafından yazılan Robbi Rodriguez tarafından çizilen "Spider Gwen" İlke Keskin editörlüğünde ve Tulgan Köksal çevirisi ile Marmara Çizgi tarafından Türkçe'ye kazandırıldı. Serinin ilk kitabı olan "En çok Aranan", Örümcek Adam - Peter Parker severler için büyük süprizler barındırıyor. "Başka Bir Evren" diyerek söze girmek en doğrusu sanırım. Çünkü bunu bilmediğim ve Örümcek Adam hikayesine, kökenine paralel yürüdüğünü düşündüğüm i [...]

    13. Part of the relatable charm in the original Spider-Man concept is how the head-to-toe costume can make anyone be Spider-Man as in the comics, not only have we seen Peter Parker don the Spidey suit but also Miles Morales who for many people is their Spider-Man. As much as we do have Spider-Woman in the shape of Jessica Drew, who has been in various positions since her inception in the late seventies, there is another universe where the only figure web-slinging around New York City is a Gwen Stacy [...]

    14. In the Spider-verse event, it turned out there was a world in which Gwen Stacey was bitten by the radioactive spider, and in the end Peter Parker actually died. The origins are a little murky, because thankfully they don’t rehash the origin story, leaving it just sketched in and suggested. This book has Gwen back in her own universe, leading her normal life… and leading her cop father an awful dance while she’s caped up. Her costume design is really cool (love the hood), and Rodriguez’s [...]

    15. This wasokay? Issue 4 being by far the best issue. The five issue volume covers Gwen dealing with Peter's death, fighting the vulture, learning how dangerous Matt is in this universe, and last but not least Spider-pig. Oh and the Mary Janesahwe'll get to that. So what did I like? The talk with Gwen and May parker was handled real well. The loss of Peter should be as impactful as the loss of Gwen for Peter in 616. So to see that played out, and well done, is always a plus in my book. Another plus [...]

    16. 2.5/5. I really wanted to like this. I think the premise is great but the entire thing is a mess. There's a lot of interesting ideas here, but it's like spokes without a hub. In the end it becomes more like a soap opera than a super hero adventure.

    17. The good: The character design, the art, the most gorgeous use of sound effects in an ongoing comic. It's a good-looking book. Also, the world and its alternate versions of established Marvel characters are intriguing. I'd love to see more stories set in this universe.The bad: The story is horribly scattered and incoherent. The world, with its alternate versions of well-known Marvel characters, is one of the book's greatest strengths, but it often feels as though the creative team was more conce [...]

    18. I was so happy with this series. I'd seen bits and pieces of this version of Gwen throughout the Spider-Verse stuff, and I really liked her. I've always liked her version of the spider suit, too. Impractical, sure, but really cool looking and both distinctly her and distinctly Spidey. I liked her even more as the protagonist of her own story. There's a lot of backstory that's presented as a quick flashback: Gwen was the one bitten by a spider and given powers, and Peter made himself the Lizard o [...]

    19. I felt a bit out of my element with this one. I needed just a smidge more background to help with my confusion. There were definitely strong points - like the Gwen/Aunt May interactions and The Mary Janes stuff. I'm not sure I'll continue on in the series, but if you're into Spider Man check this one out. :)

    20. First, the art is really gorgeous. But the story is basically Gwen Stacy is Spider-woman; Peter Parker is her version of Uncle Ben. She talks a lot to herself while wandering around the city. Ta-da, remix!Highlights: + Sporkatular Spider-Ham

    21. In case you have been living under a rock, I’ll tell you a little bit about Spider-Gwen. This is an alternate version of the story we all know so well, Spiderman. Peter Parker’s girlfriend, Gwen Stacy, who has been long dead in the original Marvel run of this story is very much alive. In fact she is so alive that she has the spidey sense. Gwen was bitten by that radioactive spider, not Peter. This comic run we see lots of alternative story arcs and crossovers. I found it a little confusing i [...]

    22. Mehhhhh. Just ok. It didn't bring nothing new to me. A bit all over the place and boring story. Amazing art tho.

    23. 3.5 starsif it wasn't for some of the language they used, I would have rated it higher-read: October 16, 2016Spider-Gwen is one of my favorite superheroes :)

    24. Introduction: Wait a minute…Gwen Stacy is…SPIDER WOMAN!? And who ever heard of a graphic novel having a volume 0?Before you get confused about this (as I was), there was an event called “Spider-Verse” that might explain about all this (except that I haven’t read the “Spider-Verse” event yet, so that point might be moot at this time). Anyway, I have been hearing so many good things about the “Spider-Gwen” series that I had to give “Spider-Gwen: Most Wanted? Volume Zero” a sh [...]

    25. I don't know what it was about this book, but I just did not give two fucks.Okay, I kinda know what it was.I'm kinda over the whole thing where we have an alternate Earth where everything is differentbut not.Wha? Gwen Stacy is Spider-Man instead of Peter Parker? And she, essentially, behaves exactly like Peter Parker and is Peter Parker's soul in Gwen Stacy's body?No way! Captain America is a black woman whose origin seems nearly identical and whose story is the same?In fact, let's talk a little [...]

    26. Can't say that this alternative Spider-verse is for me. It's interesting to see some of the most well-known characters flipped on their heads (Murdoch is evil, The Punisher is in law enforcement, etc) but mostly, this one had me bored. It missed the mark for me. Could be more interesting for someone who is a big fan of Marvel and knows the characters well. Too bad I had bought Volume One already.

    27. (Read as issues, since this trade paperback has not yet been released)I read the first issue of this when it came out, and it was probably a combination of the hype, the fact that the Marvel multiverse is weird, the copious use of pink (a color I don't like), and the silly vulture villain, that I finished that issue thinking that I understood how this title could be so appealing (emotional ties to original Gwen Stacy character, cool costume, great for girls, etc), but thinking that it was underw [...]

    28. I read this in issue form since vol 1 hasn't been released yet.I definitely did not pick the correct place to start reading the whole Spider-Verse event. From what I can tell the background for this character and universe is introduced in earlier events, so I found myself playing catch up a lot as I was reading this. However despite that, I really enjoyed reading these issues. This Gwen is from a different universe, where instead of Peter Parker being bitten by a radioactive spider, it was Gwen [...]

    29. So first things first - the Spider-Gwen costume is just awesome. I feel like the character wouldn’t have been given a chance past the Spider-Verse 1 shot if not for Robbi Rodriguez turning in such a great character design.The story, written by Jason Latour, is sort of a cross between Ultimate Spider-Man and Scott Pilgrim, with crime fighting, indie rocking and humor.Here, Gwen Stacy, Peter Parker’s long dead girlfriend in regular Marvel continuity, is very much alive. She’s in a band – T [...]

    30. This volume had a lot to introduce in a world where Gwen Stacey is the one who gets bitten by the spider. I've read a bit of Spider-man when I was younger, and I managed to keep up for the most part. I'm sure there are characters from the series that I haven't read before who are flipped or included in some different way, but it worked without me knowing all of them. I love the colours and the art is pretty cool. I feel like Spider-Gwen is set apart from Peter's Spider-man enough to be her own h [...]

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