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 Spider-Woman 

 Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew) is a superhero, who first appeared in Marvel Spotlight #32 (February 1977), and 50 issues of the ongoing series, Spider-Woman followed. After its conclusion she was depowered, and fell into disuse, supplanted by other women using the name Spider-Woman.

Re-Powered by her old friends/enemies at Hydra, Spider-Woman re-joined the Avengers in time for the Marvel Civil War and the Secret Invasion.

Spider-Woman Spider-Woman, as imagined by Alex Ross.

 

 Spider-Woman Spider-Woman Flying

Spider-Woman #1 Cover Spider-Woman Spins her web as a sexy membe of the Avengers

 

Spider-Woman Skrull Skrull Posing as Spider-Woman

 

Spider-Woman Spider-Woman hanging upside down

Spider-Woman Spider-Woman Image from the Motion Comic on ITunes

 

Spider-Woman She-Hulk shows off the Flag.

 

 Spider-Woman Jessica Drew/Spider-Woman hanging around on a wall

 

 

 

 


Lee, R. "Comicshistory: Pider-Woman Images and Pictures"

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"Spider-Woman" and all fictional characters mentioned on this page are the property of Marvel Enterprises.

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