With the cliffhanger at the end of the last issue, what else is in store our heroine? Read on to find out more. Read on to find out more.
The official description from Marvel:
WHO IS THE VULTURE?! Gwen finds herself between a rock (this vulture) and a hard place (the entire NYPD)! Don’t miss this second issue of the Spider-Character who set the world on fire!
Spider-Gwen is a bad ass, still. Sometimes, with second issues, you start to immediately see the fall in the character but that is not the case. I think the biggest success of this series so far is that the writer doesn’t only focus on the character, but the world that he’s trying to create. This issue takes place immediately where the last one left. We get some action between the Vulture and her. It is pretty exciting and fun. Then, we get more into the world. We have the conflict between Gwen and the band. It is a little boring, but it gives us a different dynamic of conflict, that isn’t the super heroine balancing vigilante life and normality. Along with that, we get a lot of Captain Stacy dealing with the fact that his daughter is Spider-Gwen. It is an interesting dynamic because he has duty as a police officer and as a father. It is really special.
Jason Latour continues to be a star writer. He allows the character and world grow together, which makes this comic book special. It is unique and different. However, the dialogue is what shines the most. It is clever and fun and really is modernized. It is spot on.
Robbi Rodriguez brings the world to life with his special pop art. It is so sleek and cool to look at. Don’t get me wrong, I think that traditional comic book art is amazing but this is different, in the best way, and just gives it a fantastic vibe.
Spider-Gwen continues to be the heroine that we deserve.