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The explosive second arc of SEANAN MCGUIRE's run on SPIDER-GWEN: GHOST-SPIDER! Join her and the incredible TAKESHI MIYAZAWA as they delve into the world of a teenaged web-slinger as GWEN STACY attempts to balance out her home and costumed life! But when the two begin to bleed into one another, it's hard to keep things straight as Gwen begins getting recognized on the stree The explosive second arc of SEANAN MCGUIRE's run on SPIDER-GWEN: GHOST-SPIDER! Join her and the incredible TAKESHI MIYAZAWA as they delve into the world of a teenaged web-slinger as GWEN STACY attempts to balance out her home and costumed life! But when the two begin to bleed into one another, it's hard to keep things straight as Gwen begins getting recognized on the streets. Will she let this newfound fame drive her into hiding or will she be able to fi nd a way to wield the responsibility of her public hero status for good? And more importantly, with her secret identity no longer a secret, will Gwen be able to keep her friends and family safe? COLLECTING: SPIDER-GWEN: GHOST-SPIDER 5-10


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The explosive second arc of SEANAN MCGUIRE's run on SPIDER-GWEN: GHOST-SPIDER! Join her and the incredible TAKESHI MIYAZAWA as they delve into the world of a teenaged web-slinger as GWEN STACY attempts to balance out her home and costumed life! But when the two begin to bleed into one another, it's hard to keep things straight as Gwen begins getting recognized on the stree The explosive second arc of SEANAN MCGUIRE's run on SPIDER-GWEN: GHOST-SPIDER! Join her and the incredible TAKESHI MIYAZAWA as they delve into the world of a teenaged web-slinger as GWEN STACY attempts to balance out her home and costumed life! But when the two begin to bleed into one another, it's hard to keep things straight as Gwen begins getting recognized on the streets. Will she let this newfound fame drive her into hiding or will she be able to fi nd a way to wield the responsibility of her public hero status for good? And more importantly, with her secret identity no longer a secret, will Gwen be able to keep her friends and family safe? COLLECTING: SPIDER-GWEN: GHOST-SPIDER 5-10

30 review for Spider-Gwen: Ghost-Spider, Vol. 2: The Impossible Year

  1. 4 out of 5

    Baba

    Gwen is back home, where she feel she needs to be after Spider-Geddon... Just one thing, she forgot... She no longer has a secret identity! Some solid book building goes on here as we get more detail, feel and atmosphere of Gwen's home, Earth 65. And there's a new king of crime in town. 7 out of 12. Gwen is back home, where she feel she needs to be after Spider-Geddon... Just one thing, she forgot... She no longer has a secret identity! Some solid book building goes on here as we get more detail, feel and atmosphere of Gwen's home, Earth 65. And there's a new king of crime in town. 7 out of 12.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    This isn't bad per se, but it's sooooooooo decompressed. Six issues of Gwen having problems with her powers with no resolutions and very few bad guys other than street crime. So now I guess we have to go on to yet another new series to find a resolution to a story that should have ended after 2 issues. This isn't bad per se, but it's sooooooooo decompressed. Six issues of Gwen having problems with her powers with no resolutions and very few bad guys other than street crime. So now I guess we have to go on to yet another new series to find a resolution to a story that should have ended after 2 issues.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    This was easily my favourite volume of 'Spider-Gwen' (hate that name; glad they're dropping it) so far. Seanan McGuire seems to have a great handle on the character. Takeshi Miyazawa is really knocking out of the park on illustration duties, too. This was easily my favourite volume of 'Spider-Gwen' (hate that name; glad they're dropping it) so far. Seanan McGuire seems to have a great handle on the character. Takeshi Miyazawa is really knocking out of the park on illustration duties, too.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Fresh out of her Spider-Geddon adventures, Gwen has a new problem - everyone knows who she is. She can't be Gwen Stacy, and she can't be Spider-Woman. So what else is there? With all the crossover-y stuff out of the way, Seanan Mcguire can really stretch her legs with Gwen, throwing her into a few situations that you'd never expect, like Spider-Gwen: Hero For Hire and a first date with Harry Osborn. Throw in some Man-Wolf action and the continued fretting of her father and her bandmates, and this Fresh out of her Spider-Geddon adventures, Gwen has a new problem - everyone knows who she is. She can't be Gwen Stacy, and she can't be Spider-Woman. So what else is there? With all the crossover-y stuff out of the way, Seanan Mcguire can really stretch her legs with Gwen, throwing her into a few situations that you'd never expect, like Spider-Gwen: Hero For Hire and a first date with Harry Osborn. Throw in some Man-Wolf action and the continued fretting of her father and her bandmates, and this is a brilliantly executed Spider-comic that feels exactly as you'd expect early Spider-Man to feel. That's not to say it's derivative though - everything Gwen comes up against is 100% a result of her past continuity and the circumstances that ended her previous series, so you couldn't just swap in another alternate Spider-Person and get the same book. Takeshi Miyazawa seems to have taken over as the main artist for this book, which isn't a bad thing; his art has always had its own style, but he's well-versed in teen hero drama and Spider-Shenanigans. I'm glad he's sticking around for the relaunch. Two volumes and 10 issues into a new series with a new creative team, and Spider-Gwen's never been better, honestly. More of this, please.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Devann

    An interesting enough book and the artwork is cute and fun. McGuire's writing is A+ as usual but I feel like this series is never going to be more than 3 stars for me just because I'm not currently reading any other Marvel titles [and haven't in the past ...eh, 5 or 6 years?] so I'm not really sure what was going with Gwen before or what she might be doing in other titles. It still works well as a standalone title but I do also get the sense that there are probably things I'm missing that I woul An interesting enough book and the artwork is cute and fun. McGuire's writing is A+ as usual but I feel like this series is never going to be more than 3 stars for me just because I'm not currently reading any other Marvel titles [and haven't in the past ...eh, 5 or 6 years?] so I'm not really sure what was going with Gwen before or what she might be doing in other titles. It still works well as a standalone title but I do also get the sense that there are probably things I'm missing that I would catch if I cared more about the over-arching Marvel universe.

  6. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Whoa I got SUPER bored of this half way through. I can't even remember much of the storyline. The art was solid enough though. But super skippable. Whoa I got SUPER bored of this half way through. I can't even remember much of the storyline. The art was solid enough though. But super skippable.

  7. 5 out of 5

    James

    3.5 stars. I started reading the first half of this and stopped because I got hungry. I was nervous too because so far the book wasn’t really grabbing me. It seemed just a little to light and fluffy for me. And the story was a little boring and mundane. Just basic day in the life stuff. After I ate, I jumped back in for the second half and the book picked up steam. The story got a little more interesting and I then became drawn in. Definitely left some good plots open for the new series that’s 3.5 stars. I started reading the first half of this and stopped because I got hungry. I was nervous too because so far the book wasn’t really grabbing me. It seemed just a little to light and fluffy for me. And the story was a little boring and mundane. Just basic day in the life stuff. After I ate, I jumped back in for the second half and the book picked up steam. The story got a little more interesting and I then became drawn in. Definitely left some good plots open for the new series that’s coming next. My only gripe with the second half was the situation with Man-wolf seemed to be handled too easily.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Evan Quade

    More adventures of the Ghost-Spider! It gets more and more entertaining! So, Spider-Gwen...sorry, Spider-Woman...goes through what is clearly an "impossible year". While she fights crime with the use of her spidey powers, while binding time with preparing for a gig with her bandmates, answering to advertised fliers for superhero work and finding out why she is getting these headaches, life can be complicated for Gwen Stacy, as much as she likes to be normal for a while. The actions were fun, but More adventures of the Ghost-Spider! It gets more and more entertaining! So, Spider-Gwen...sorry, Spider-Woman...goes through what is clearly an "impossible year". While she fights crime with the use of her spidey powers, while binding time with preparing for a gig with her bandmates, answering to advertised fliers for superhero work and finding out why she is getting these headaches, life can be complicated for Gwen Stacy, as much as she likes to be normal for a while. The actions were fun, but Gwen is one violent teen gal fighting those muggers, what can I say? And she sure has a thing for calories, first burgers and now corn dogs. Yum yum. The art is very outstanding too, great work!

  9. 5 out of 5

    RG

    I'd read the first volume as part of the spiderverse event. Thought I'd jump on board thr spider gwen series where it sort of takes its own course. Where the art was solid the writing and plot is kinda boring. Just wasnt my thing. I'd read the first volume as part of the spiderverse event. Thought I'd jump on board thr spider gwen series where it sort of takes its own course. Where the art was solid the writing and plot is kinda boring. Just wasnt my thing.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Alex Sarll

    Gwen Stacy is trying to get life back to normal after Spider-Geddon (and fair play, even those of us who only had to read rather than live Spider-Geddon are doing their best to forget it). But wouldn't you know, life has other ideas. There's plenty to like here, not least the backchat between Gwen and her fond yet irked dad, and as ever Miyazawa's art balances nicely on the line where the overall vibe is cute but the jeopardy still feels real. But compared to the crazy meta twists and lurid visu Gwen Stacy is trying to get life back to normal after Spider-Geddon (and fair play, even those of us who only had to read rather than live Spider-Geddon are doing their best to forget it). But wouldn't you know, life has other ideas. There's plenty to like here, not least the backchat between Gwen and her fond yet irked dad, and as ever Miyazawa's art balances nicely on the line where the overall vibe is cute but the jeopardy still feels real. But compared to the crazy meta twists and lurid visuals of the Latour/Rodriguez run, this version of Earth-65 can't help feeling a little staid at times. Especially when the most awesome thing in here happens on a day-trip to the 616. It is pretty bloody awesome, though. What's the one villain idea better than a Nazi made of radioactive bees? Damn right it's a Nazi dinosaur made of radioactive bees.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    COLLECTS SPIDER-GWEN: GHOST-SPIDER ISSUES #5-10 I like this character, but the stories in this collection did not captivate me. Seeing the Earth-65 Jackal was a highlight for me, but that subplot seemed to be seed-planting for later stories, as there wasn't an exact payoff here. I have heard that Spider-Gwen is moving to Earth-616, and this collection sets that up. I'm not positive, but this may be the last issues of this particular run of "Spider-Gwen," before the title was relaunched. SPOILERS: COLLECTS SPIDER-GWEN: GHOST-SPIDER ISSUES #5-10 I like this character, but the stories in this collection did not captivate me. Seeing the Earth-65 Jackal was a highlight for me, but that subplot seemed to be seed-planting for later stories, as there wasn't an exact payoff here. I have heard that Spider-Gwen is moving to Earth-616, and this collection sets that up. I'm not positive, but this may be the last issues of this particular run of "Spider-Gwen," before the title was relaunched. SPOILERS: I hope that Man-Wolf is actually Hank McCoy (The Beast). He looks exactly like him, but is using a different name. I have always liked Dark Beast from "The Age of Apocalypse," and I find it plausible that even the 616 Beast could turn bad someday.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Renata

    I accidentally read this after the wrong vol 1 of Spider-Gwen (but according to GR I already read the other vol 1 of Spider-Gwen? cannot stress enough: sometimes I rly hate comics). I love Seanan McGuire's writing but I'm too confused by all of this. I might be done with Spider-Gwen until she joins a team or something idk. I accidentally read this after the wrong vol 1 of Spider-Gwen (but according to GR I already read the other vol 1 of Spider-Gwen? cannot stress enough: sometimes I rly hate comics). I love Seanan McGuire's writing but I'm too confused by all of this. I might be done with Spider-Gwen until she joins a team or something idk.

  13. 4 out of 5

    J.A. Ironside

    Great continuation of this rebooted series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Gerry Sacco

    Art is outstanding for almost the entire book. Story is a bit meh, kind of mundane.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Shireen Hakim

    Ghost-Spider! <3

  16. 4 out of 5

    Adam Fisher

    3.5 Stars The life of Earth-65 Gwen Stacy has been very complicated for the last couple years. Her identity as Spider-Woman has been revealed, and with all the multiverse hopping she has done, Gwen needs some down time. BUT... the life of a super hero never slows down AND her symbiote is glitching... Other things: - The Mary Janes (the band in which she is a drummer) are close to getting discovered - In order to make ends meet, she decides to charge for services, with the exception of "real superher 3.5 Stars The life of Earth-65 Gwen Stacy has been very complicated for the last couple years. Her identity as Spider-Woman has been revealed, and with all the multiverse hopping she has done, Gwen needs some down time. BUT... the life of a super hero never slows down AND her symbiote is glitching... Other things: - The Mary Janes (the band in which she is a drummer) are close to getting discovered - In order to make ends meet, she decides to charge for services, with the exception of "real superhero stuff" - A new threat in town, Man-Wolf (think werewolf, but less feral) decides to send his goons to plant a bomb at the club where the Mary Janes have their performance. Needless to say, she shuts him down for good. - When the scientist who had been giving her meds and helping her manage symbiote symptoms goes missing, Gwen decides to visit Earth-616 and consult with our Peter Parker who might be able to connect her with Eddie Brock. Pete ends up running a few tests on his own and say he will get back to her with her results (next Volume). - While in 616, Gwen goes up against the Swarm with Peter. When she is asked at the end who she is, she decides on the name Ghost Spider (I like it!) Seanan McGuire is doing a great job with this relaunch. It seems as if she establishing Gwen on her own, and not in preparation for keeping her in crossover events. Recommend.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rocky Sunico

    This second book for this volume of Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider was better than the first in the sense that it focused on where this character shines - dancing on the edge of her regular human life and her superhero life. This is the path of every Spider-Man iteration including Gwen, but something about this book really elevates things to a new level that is a lot more substantial and genuine for some reason. Gwen's powers are on the fritz and she's being targeted by a new criminal organization now This second book for this volume of Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider was better than the first in the sense that it focused on where this character shines - dancing on the edge of her regular human life and her superhero life. This is the path of every Spider-Man iteration including Gwen, but something about this book really elevates things to a new level that is a lot more substantial and genuine for some reason. Gwen's powers are on the fritz and she's being targeted by a new criminal organization now that she's trying to "professionally" offer her services as a superhero to the general public. It's not quite clear why her symbiote is acting strangely but this meta-plot material and we'll have to wait a while before they answer those questions. But erratic powers do not help anyone trying to be a superhero, but Gwen will do the best she can in order to continue to do what's right. Gwen is an amazing character and ends up acting as a reminder of why she was such a good match for Peter Parker in the 616 universe. Sure, this is a different Gwen, but this is truly a realization of how much potential Gwen has as a character - and giving her powers in this alternate reality was one of the best creative decisions that have been made in years.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Redhead

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. An interesting story, Gwen is balancing her band duties with a new boyfriend and super-heroing, while a new big bad emerges and Gwen's powers seem to be crapping out on her. It feels more like a placeholder, a way to keep the plates spinning while they work out what they really want to do with Gwen, then at the end they move her to a parallel reality where she meets Spider-Man and asks him for help, then she decides to call herself Ghost Spider while she's there. The werewolf big bad is an inter An interesting story, Gwen is balancing her band duties with a new boyfriend and super-heroing, while a new big bad emerges and Gwen's powers seem to be crapping out on her. It feels more like a placeholder, a way to keep the plates spinning while they work out what they really want to do with Gwen, then at the end they move her to a parallel reality where she meets Spider-Man and asks him for help, then she decides to call herself Ghost Spider while she's there. The werewolf big bad is an interesting character but after the epic nuances we've had to build up Matt Murdock this guy feels rushed and one-dimensional. Gwen's always had bad luck but this time it seems like its been dialled up a lot and that kind of makes the story feel more of a slog than perhaps it could be. If it's just downbeats all the time then it gets boring, a few upbeats should be added imho, to give those darker moments some real weight.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lissa

    So I enjoy Spider-Gwen but I'm new to the comic scene. Something that really confuses me is when there's an * saying *see this book for this paragraph to make sense. Like really? Or in the first one *see these other books by these other people to understand what happens between these two pages. Like, really? That was much less annoying in this book because there was less of it but I still got confused when Gwen starts talking about her Symbiote, I didn't know she had one! Like I saw that her sui So I enjoy Spider-Gwen but I'm new to the comic scene. Something that really confuses me is when there's an * saying *see this book for this paragraph to make sense. Like really? Or in the first one *see these other books by these other people to understand what happens between these two pages. Like, really? That was much less annoying in this book because there was less of it but I still got confused when Gwen starts talking about her Symbiote, I didn't know she had one! Like I saw that her suit was made of spiders and I thought that was weird, neat but odd. I also hate how short the books are. So I enjoy the story, I like Gwen, MJ gets a little bothersome sometimes and I'm concerned about Gwen's dad, why was he lurking in those shadows? So I'l borrow the next Volume when it comes out.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Monte Price

    Much like the first volume, I don't really have a whole lot to say about this. I preferred the art in these issues to the art style of the first. Gwen's face definitely seemed to have gotten a makeover. These storylines were easier to follow, though they definitely seemed really disjointed from the first volume. Even with the disjointed feel, I felt that this was a much better place to jump in on this run of the character. I was definitely more interested in the happenings of this installment th Much like the first volume, I don't really have a whole lot to say about this. I preferred the art in these issues to the art style of the first. Gwen's face definitely seemed to have gotten a makeover. These storylines were easier to follow, though they definitely seemed really disjointed from the first volume. Even with the disjointed feel, I felt that this was a much better place to jump in on this run of the character. I was definitely more interested in the happenings of this installment than I was of the last one, if only because this felt more welcoming as a first-time reader of this character. Definitely interested to see what happens from here and I'll be sure to circle back to see those developments.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Revell

    After the fragmented nature of volume 1, this time we have a consistent story that all fits together. It's nothing grand or universe-threatening, and, indeed, even the street-level crime and the new supervillain in town aren't the real focus. It's more about Gwen trying to come to terms with her new life, and her powers starting to fail her again. In this respect, it works really well, bringing a feeling of reality to the character that befits a good spider-comic. The downside, unfortunately, is After the fragmented nature of volume 1, this time we have a consistent story that all fits together. It's nothing grand or universe-threatening, and, indeed, even the street-level crime and the new supervillain in town aren't the real focus. It's more about Gwen trying to come to terms with her new life, and her powers starting to fail her again. In this respect, it works really well, bringing a feeling of reality to the character that befits a good spider-comic. The downside, unfortunately, is that the story is still incomplete at the end of the volume, and, wherever it was concluded, it's not in this series. That's been Ghost-Spider all over; it's a bolt-on to something else that's not confident enough to stand on its own two (eight?) feet.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Maggie Gordon

    I will admit that I only picked up Ghost Spider because it's written by one of my favourite authors. I am not a Marvel devotee and know little about the characters or universe. Volume 1, SpiderGeddeon was not a great place to jump into the Ghost Spider universe. The Impossible Year, on the other hand, while not starting at the beginning, gives the reader some understanding of where the character is right now, and reads well even if you don't have much knowledge of prior books! It's a quip filled I will admit that I only picked up Ghost Spider because it's written by one of my favourite authors. I am not a Marvel devotee and know little about the characters or universe. Volume 1, SpiderGeddeon was not a great place to jump into the Ghost Spider universe. The Impossible Year, on the other hand, while not starting at the beginning, gives the reader some understanding of where the character is right now, and reads well even if you don't have much knowledge of prior books! It's a quip filled book that moves fast, but not so fast to lose readers. Good for teen readers (though still not really my bag, alas!) with good hooks to keep you reading forthcoming volumes!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Andria Kennedy

    Ms. McGuire and her team continue to create a unique persona in the form of Ghost-Spider. I mean, whoever thought of a superhero advertising on the internet? Meanwhile, creating the mystery of the problem with her symbiote throughout the chapters, leaving the reader to tear out their hair wondering at what could be occurring is sheer genius. The team continues to layer just enough tragedy onto Gwen's shoulders to hold to the Spider Canon without breaking her - a true feat. Personally, the formul Ms. McGuire and her team continue to create a unique persona in the form of Ghost-Spider. I mean, whoever thought of a superhero advertising on the internet? Meanwhile, creating the mystery of the problem with her symbiote throughout the chapters, leaving the reader to tear out their hair wondering at what could be occurring is sheer genius. The team continues to layer just enough tragedy onto Gwen's shoulders to hold to the Spider Canon without breaking her - a true feat. Personally, the formula they have is working, because I can't wait for the third volume to drop to see what comes next, to find out the results of Peter Parker's tests!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Abigail Pankau

    Gwen Stacy has traveled the Spider-verse, but now just wants to make a life on her home world. She tries to find a way to make a job with the skills she has, while still being in MJ’s band and doing super-hero work. But then there is someone hunting her. Will she be able to protect herself and her friends? This was better than the first volume. It’s an interesting exploration of Gwen trying to find her own place, while balancing the fact that she has no secret identity anymore. This one has some Gwen Stacy has traveled the Spider-verse, but now just wants to make a life on her home world. She tries to find a way to make a job with the skills she has, while still being in MJ’s band and doing super-hero work. But then there is someone hunting her. Will she be able to protect herself and her friends? This was better than the first volume. It’s an interesting exploration of Gwen trying to find her own place, while balancing the fact that she has no secret identity anymore. This one has some good humor too. Still not great, so I’ve got to think about whether I’ll read Ghost-Spider or not.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Zachariah

    I guess this is it for the series. This could have really been something. I wanted to try check this out after following the writer on Twitter and hearing her lifelong love for Gwen Stacey. But then there was the fan reaction to this book. It wasn't that fans didn't like it. For some reason, they boycotted it to hurt Marvel because it's a "monopoly." The only person it hurt was the author. Even though the author has written almost twenty books, she still depends on a Patreon page to pay the bills. I guess this is it for the series. This could have really been something. I wanted to try check this out after following the writer on Twitter and hearing her lifelong love for Gwen Stacey. But then there was the fan reaction to this book. It wasn't that fans didn't like it. For some reason, they boycotted it to hurt Marvel because it's a "monopoly." The only person it hurt was the author. Even though the author has written almost twenty books, she still depends on a Patreon page to pay the bills. The fans done fucked up. Which, sadly, is a pretty common tale.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Hisham El-far

    Impossible Year (Volume 2 of Spider-Gwen) comprises of issues 5 through 10 of the comic run. It sees Gwen slowly aclimatising to life at home where everybody knows her real identity as Gwen Stacey AND as Spider-Woman. But there's trouble brewing in the city and Gwen needs to make a living somehow - something's gotta give. This volume is a delight. The art is brilliant, the story is gripping and Gwen has never been as vivid a character. I love it. Impossible Year (Volume 2 of Spider-Gwen) comprises of issues 5 through 10 of the comic run. It sees Gwen slowly aclimatising to life at home where everybody knows her real identity as Gwen Stacey AND as Spider-Woman. But there's trouble brewing in the city and Gwen needs to make a living somehow - something's gotta give. This volume is a delight. The art is brilliant, the story is gripping and Gwen has never been as vivid a character. I love it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Xanthe

    After jumping around through different dimensions and different storylines in the first volume, Spider-Gwen mostly settles down to tell a story in one time and place. Pretty standard superhero fare: Gwen Stacy is struggling with normal stuff, with her powers, and with having friends and saving the world. I enjoyed the story progression and how we saw familiar characters as their alternate universe versions, plus the art is super cute. Hope the series continues!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Robyn

    This was much better than the first volume. Seanan's typical witty comeback writing comes through and works very well for Gwen. And fits the spider people in general. Gewn is coming into her groove again with the symbiote and I like the idea of redemption and everyone knows who she is. Looking forward to the next volume! This was much better than the first volume. Seanan's typical witty comeback writing comes through and works very well for Gwen. And fits the spider people in general. Gewn is coming into her groove again with the symbiote and I like the idea of redemption and everyone knows who she is. Looking forward to the next volume!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Linnell

    I read the first volume of McGuire's Spider-Gwen series last month and I was excited to pick up this second volume. I have to say I liked this volume a bit more as I was already acquainted with the characters. I look forward to reading future volumes of this series! 4.25/5 stars (rounded down to 4/5 stars)! I read the first volume of McGuire's Spider-Gwen series last month and I was excited to pick up this second volume. I have to say I liked this volume a bit more as I was already acquainted with the characters. I look forward to reading future volumes of this series! 4.25/5 stars (rounded down to 4/5 stars)!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    Definitely interested in where this story is going, although right now it's much more introductory than anything. I really like seeing how Gwen's tackling her life after she's been named in the press, and the name she takes on when in another universe. There isn't a ton happening in the story right now, so I will be more excited when it starts to pick up. Definitely interested in where this story is going, although right now it's much more introductory than anything. I really like seeing how Gwen's tackling her life after she's been named in the press, and the name she takes on when in another universe. There isn't a ton happening in the story right now, so I will be more excited when it starts to pick up.

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