Ghost-Spider 2

Ghost-Spider #2

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Gwen Stacy has the ability to travel between Earth-65 and Earth-616 thanks to a pendant in Ghost-Spider #2. But the normal life she seeks may be more complicated than she imagined. She has been accepted into Empire State University. But an old foe has taken interest on this new Earth. Plus the Man-Wolf is free in her home dimension.

The story is picking up nicely. I had to look up some things to catch up on the action. But it wasn’t too bad. I wasn’t familiar with the Jackel for one. The art is really good. I believe this is going to shape up to be a really fun series. You may want to go back and check out some Spider-Gwen issues to if you haven’t read them.

Gwen eating cellulose

Credits

Writer: Seanan McGuire Artist: Takeshi Miyazawa & Rosi Kampe
Colors: Ian Herring Letters: Clayton Cowles

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from: Things From Another World

Ghost-Spider #2

Gwen return home to find out that Man-Wolf was released on order of the Mayor. Her Dad convinces her that it she can still attend school. She just has to let him handle it. Peter believes that losing her powers is a result of lack of cellulose for her suit. So Kale chips become the preferred snack of inter-dimensional spiders.

Juggling life on two Earths can prove to become complicated. Especially if Gwen wants to continue to be in a band. Also, Miles Warren has made a serum that turns him into the Jackel for real. But worst than that, Gwen’s new friend at ESU has been recruited by Warren to gather information on her.

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