Gwen has a secret admirer in Ghost-Spider #4. Unfortunately this admirer is setting off her spider-sense. That can’t be good, especially since she’s in a dimension that is not here own. One of her only friends on Earth-616 has gone missing. But another seems to have taken an extra interest in her. And back on Earth-65, Man-Wolf is still at large thanks to his father. But at least the Mary Janes are getting along, for the most part.
I’m really glad I picked up this series as they re-set to number 1. It has been a really fun read. I love Miyazawa’s art work. Gwen is drawn really well and her action sequences are very entertaining. There’s really good use of sound in the action. A lot of times comics tend to try and make a sound with a bunch of jumbled letters that are hard to try and “hear” when you’re reading. But it’s done really well here. That may be a strange thing to appreciate, but I do.
The story is really fun and engaging. Gwen is given an awkward sense of humor that makes her really likeable. This issue had a lot of plot points going on at once, but was never overwhelming. The issue builds suspense and leaves us with a slight cliffhanger at the end.
Ghost-Spider - Marvel
from: Things From Another World
|Writer: Seanan McGuire||Artist: Takeshi Miyazawa & Rosi Herring|
|Colors: Ian Herring||Letters: Clayton Cowles|
Support the Site
The best thing we can ask you to do to support our site is to donate to a good cause. We are in the process of adopting a child from the Philippines. You can read about that and learn how to donate on our Donate page. A share on your social media page would likely go a long way.
Also, you can click on ads or links within this article and we will receive some advertising credit or commissions. Visit our Links page or Buy Online and see what sites we are affiliated with and visit them as well. You can also check out our New Series Page for a look and all the brand new series being released.
Any revenue generated through this site will likely go toward adoption fees or travel. Thanks so much for reading.