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    Cool Spider-Man and Spider-Woman!!!

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    Spider-Woman #17 Aug 1979
    "Jessica's Night Out!"
    After mending her costume, Jessica decides to call on her old friend Magnus in Las Vegas to see how he's doing,
    and finds that the club that he said hired him has never heard of him. Going out to test her costume,
    one of the seams on her glider wings rips, causing her to crash into a couple's home, and she quickly flees apologising for the damage.

    The next day, Jessica pulls another day's work at the Hatros Institute before going to see her doctor,
    who gives her pills to inhibit her pheromones. Deciding to test it out, she goes to the most popular dance club in the area.
    There, she is instantly picked up by a suave man who says his name is Eric, and the two end up dancing the night away.
    One of the patrons of the disco accidentally grabs Jessica's purse when she goes to freshen up for a guy who she wants to notice her.
    In digging through Jessica's bag, she finds her Spider-Woman costume and decides to put it on.

    Jessica notices her purse is missing, and to her horror, she spots the girl now wearing her costume.
    However, when the girl stumbles off and almost falls down a ravine that is adjacent to the bar,

    Jessica uses her spider-powers to save the girl,

    who passes out from the shock.
    Jessica then recovers her costume.

    Offering to take Jessica home, Eric takes her to a "parking" spot, and is about to make a move,
    when he begins to start acting strangely, and suddenly his face begins to melt.

    Script by Mark Gruenwald and Josh Wilburn (plot assist), pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Mike Esposito
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    Wolverine #10 Aug 1989
    "24 Hours"
    At a seedy bar in Madripoor's lowtown, Logan spends time away from his regular friends in the area.
    As a fight breaks out in the bar, he thinks back to a time in the past,
    during his days living in Canada when Sabretooth raped and murdered his love Silverfox.

    Flashback:
    Taking the lifeless body of Silverfox into the bar that he and Sabretooth frequented, Logan is shocked
    to hear Sabretooth's admission to the crime, telling him that he doesn't play or accept no for an answer.
    When Logan's temper starts to flare up, the bartender tries to get Logan to forget about starting a fight over an Indian

    The Present:
    As the bar brawl gets too close for comfort, Patch stops the fight
    and warns the two men from continuing as they would have to face him.
    The men smartly take Logan's warnings and he soon leaves the bar,
    scaling the rooftops of Madirpoor his mind drifting back to those early days after Silverfox's death.

    Flashback:
    Furious over the death of Silverfox, Logan pounces on Sabretooth, attacking him with all his fury.
    Sabretooth however easily overpowers the younger Logan, and beats on him.
    A beating that Logan will realize years later was a lesson to teach Logan who was the stronger of the two.

    The Present:
    Logan's thoughts are interrupted when he overhears a man and woman being attacked by Lowtown muggers.
    The man, a US Navy officer, has been knifed in the gut and the woman
    is about to be raped by the goons that are slowly circling around her.
    Logan jumps into action, and easily sends the cowardly thieves fleeing from the scene.
    Realizing that the man will bleed out if he isn't taken to medical attention soon,
    Logan tells the woman that he knows where they can get help and encourages her to follow him.

    Flashback:
    Logan recalls how the battle went those many years ago, when Sabretooth beat him into submission, smashing
    him through the wall of the bar and beating him with the broken pieces of wood until he passed out under a pile.

    The Present:
    Patch takes the wounded sailor and his date for the night to the brothel
    owned by Madame Joy, who takes them in to get the man medical attention.
    Seeing that Jessica Drew is there, she and Patch are shooed out by Joy who needs privacy to heal the wounded man.
    Outside, Logan takes note of the home that Jessica and Lindsay have made out for themselves in Lowtown and is invited in.

    Flashback:
    Sabretooth would go digging through the woodpile to find Logan's body and find to his shock and frustration that
    his involuntary sparring partner had fled into the wilderness and is now trying to escape by climbing a nearby mountain.

    The Present:
    Inside the apartment owned by McCabe and Drew, Patch learns that it was given funding
    and converted into their new investigation firm Drew & McCabe restorations thanks in part to Prince Baran.
    Logan explains to them that Baran likely helped out and placed them
    near Madame Joy whom is under Baran's thumb to be his eyes in Madripoor.
    A neutral party to keep General Coy and Tyger Tiger's criminal operations in check and make sure they don't clash.
    When Jessica takes exception to this, Logan tells her that if they want out,
    they know how to leave the country, but until then they have to play by the countries rules.

    He then departs. When they ask where he is going, he tells them that he has to deal with personal business.

    Flashback:
    Logan makes it to the top of the mountain to find Sabretooth up there waiting for him.
    Sabretooth offers him an ultimatum: crawl on his belly like a whipped animal, or get on his feet and fight like a man.

    The Present:
    Logan travels to upper-town and pays a visit to Captain Tai, who has heard about his exploits in Lowertown
    and cautions him about stirring up trouble in Lowertown. Logan tells him he'll consider the advice,
    and learns that the man he is searching for has been reported dead. Which means nothing to him,
    because Wolverine is also believed to be dead as welland finds the reports hard to believe.
    As he leaves, Tai shocks Patch when he wishes him a happy birthday.

    Flashback:
    Logan battles fruitlessly against Sabretooth in the Canadian wilderness.
    As the two battle, Sabretooth's superior strength easily overpowers Logan and Logan soon realizes
    what it's like to be beaten, how to know fear, and lastly, and most painfully, how to be hurt.
    Sabretooth easily trounces him in the fight, beating him into utter submission.

    The Present:
    Patch is stalking around Lowertown once again, aware that he is being followed.
    Spotting Jessica Drew wandering around, he pulls her aside and she confides that she and the others are worried about him.
    Logan tells them that there will be nothing to worry about come midnight, however Drew insists on following him around.
    They are soon ambushed by some Lowertown thugs in a car armed with automatic weapons.
    Drew and Logan dive to safety, however Logan makes a dive at them and his attackers light him ablaze with a flame
    thrower and shoot him, causing him to crash into the water below the docks, leaving the men to believe him to be dead.

    Flashback:
    Sabretooth rouses Logan up and is about to tear out his throat when Logan,
    with the last of his strength, manages to knock the two of them off a cliff.

    The Present:
    Jessica Drew fishes out Logan from the harbor and tries to get him to tell her who is coming to get him,
    however Logan refuses to comply and learns that his attackers are nowhere to be found, as though someone took them out for them.

    Flashback:
    Sabretooth revives on top of the unconscious Logan. Looking down at him he tells him that this is the way it has to be.

    The Present:
    Logan tracks the scent of his attackers to the Princess Bar and finds their empty vehicle.
    Smashing into the bar he finds his attackers murdered and wrapped up with bows.
    On their corpses is a note from Sabretooth that reads "Nobody kills you but ME - Especially Today!.
    Reading the note Logan crumples it up vowing that Sabretooth will fail if Logan gets him first.

    Written by Chris Claremont. Art by John Buscema and Bill Sienkiewicz.
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    Spider-Woman #18 Sep 1979
    "Sins of the Flesh!"
    In a car with Eric, a man who picked her up at a disco, Jessica Drew becomes concerned when the man bolts out of the car.
    Unknown to her, the man's face has begun to melt. However, when Jessica catches up to Eric, his face is back to normal.
    Finding a secluded spot to sit, Eric tries to make out with her but melts all over her.

    The horrified Jessica flees, blasting off the waxy gunk off her body with her venom blasts.
    She changes into Spider-Woman and tries to chase after him.
    He manages to get back into his car and flee the scene, so Jessica glides after him.
    Jessica finds Eric has turned back to normal and gone back to the disco where she met him.
    Jessica watches as another man picks up a girl in the disco, but leaves in Eric's car. Suspicious, Spider-Woman follows after them.

    When they all get to the girls' place, Spider-Woman feels wrong about spying on the couple and decides to just live and let live.
    While trying to sleep, she suddenly feels a connection to the Waxman and a sensation that he's smothering another girl.
    Going into action as Spider-Woman, Jessica sees that the police have arrived at the girl's house, and overhears that she had been killed.

    Deciding to prevent this from happening again, Jessica begins spending her nights out trying to find the Waxman.
    She eventually meets a man calling himself Bill and knows it's the Waxman when he touches her.
    Wondering if he recognizes her, she lures him back to Priscilla Dolly's house, where she is lodging.
    There she goes to "freshen up" however, she changes into Spider-Woman and confronts "Bill" over the death of the girl.
    This causes Bill to recall his past, how he was a scientist with a rare skin condition
    and tried to cure it, the end result being that he was turned into the Waxman.

    The Waxman flees and hides under the covers of an upstairs bedroom.
    When Spider-Woman pulls off the covers, she's shocked to see that the Waxman has taken on a form similar to hers.

    This shocks Spider-Woman enough to be enveloped in his waxy body.
    However, she bursts free, seemingly killing the Waxman.

    Disgusted and horrified, Spider-Woman flees the scene, unaware that parts of the Waxman are slowly drawing themselves back together.

    Script by Mark Gruenwald and Josh Wilburn (plot assist), pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Mike Esposito
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    Wolverine #11 Sep 1989
    The Gehenna Stone Affair Part 1 of 6: "Brother's Keeper
    Two men named Ernst and Jarocha have broken into the San Francisco Museum of Antiques
    seeking out a strange stone that is on display in the area.
    As they are breaking into the display case they are startled by the night watchman and drop the stone,
    causing it to shatter on the ground leaving them to realize that it was a fake. Attacking the security guard,
    they flash their fangs, revealing to him that they are vampires before they feed upon him.

    While in Madripoor, Archie Corrigan bursts into the Princess Bar as Patch is playing darts.
    Taking an interest in what is troubling Corrigan, Logan takes a seat and learns that the authorities want to declare Archie's brother,
    Burt, incompetent and that the only means to save him would be to fight the decision and Archie isn't sure that he wants to.
    As Patch is called to finish a wager on his darts skill he hears the rest of Corrigan's story:
    When Archie's father passed away he left the majority of his wealth with his brother.
    However, Burt has a disconnect from reality often believing himself to be various fictional characters from the movies he loves.
    His aunt Ruthie is attempting to have the courts find him deemed incompetent
    so that she can take away the money left to Burt by his father.
    Archie was willing to help until he got a letter from his brother asking him for help battling the "forces of evil",
    leaving Archie to wonder if the decision isn't without merit.
    As they pass through Lowtown Archie asks Patch to accompany him out to San Fransisco to investigate the thing.
    Logan is reluctant and as he encourages a man who is constantly getting thrown out of a bar to go in
    and continue his brawl he begins to mull it over.
    When Jessica Drew having followed them after overhearing them speak of her old stomping grounds expresses her interest in going
    if Patch goes, Patch agrees to accompany Archie if the man he goaded into going back into the bar is thrown out the window.

    Sure enough, fate's mighty hands sees that it does happen and the man is thrown through
    the window of the bar, deciding for Logan to go to San Francisco to try and help Archie out.

    As they fly out to San Fran, Logan mulls over his current lot in life.
    Reflecting on his time with the X-Men he earned a family he didn't realize that he needed.
    Now he finds himself among another group of people whom he is getting
    involved within Madripoor and finds that a second family is not what he needs.

    When they arrive in San Fransisco, they travel to Burt's mansion where they meet with him and all appears to be normal
    and it would seem that Burt has taken up a normal profession, and has been writing a dissertation on ancient cultures.
    Convinced that Burt doesn't believe he is someone else, Archie, Logan and Jessica all leave,
    agreeing to be on site for Burt's hearing in the courts.
    As they leave, Burt opens his desk drawer and pulls out the stone that the two vampires were searching for the night before.
    Jessica Drew takes the time back in the States to drop by her old office to check her mail.
    She begins to wonder if she should return to California and reopen her operations here or just move to Madripoor permanently.

    As she is going through her bills she is visited by Mr. Tuttle, the curator of the San Fransisco Museum of Antiques.
    He is seeking to hire her to investigate the attack and attempted robbery by what appeared to be vampires.

    Jessica agrees to take the case and look into things and see what she can find.

    The next day at the courthouse, Patch watches over the proceedings over Burt's competency hearing.
    With Burt running late and nobody knowing where he is, Archie and his aunt begin to fight over her motivations
    for having Burt found incompetent when suddenly their argument is interrupted when Burt smashes through
    the courthouse window dressed like Indian Jones and riding on horseback.
    Archie freaks out and demands that his brother explains himself.
    Burt starts to try to explain that he is being chased by the forces of evil.
    When Patch tries to confirm that someone is coming, Archie silences him.
    Before things can carry on further, an army of vampires suddenly storm the courtroom heading straight for Burt.
    Patch gets up and prepares to enter the fight, wondering why he ever left Madripoor for this.

    Written by Peter David. Art by John Buscema and Bill Sienkiewicz.
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    Spider-Woman #19 Oct 1979
    "The Beast Within"
    Flying to the Sunnyview Mental Hospital, Spider-Woman changes back into her civilian identity of Jessica Drew.
    She has come there to pay a visit to her old landlady Priscilla Dolly.
    Later, she shows up late for her job at the Hatros Institute, and at a counseling session, she offers up her problems in life.
    However, when she is pressed for details, she cannot bring herself to tell them anymore.
    The experience upsets her, and her new friend Lindsay McCabe takes her home to her place so that she can try to cheer her up.
    When night falls, Lindsay decides that Jessica is in no condition to be left alone, and insists that she stay the night.

    That night, Jessica hears a strange howling coming from outside.
    There she finds the Werewolf by Night fighting the Enforcer.

    The Enforcer tries to take down both the Werewolf and Spider-Woman, using his tranquilizer darts to incapacitate them.
    The Enforcer then tags them with a chemical that would cause them great pain if they reveal to anyone the Enforcer's existence.
    However, Spider-Woman quickly develops an immunity to the tranquilizer
    and the other chemical has no effect, so she is able to get the drop on the Enforcer.
    Spider-Woman knocks out the Enforcer, however, and the police arrive.
    Spider-Woman then grabs the Werewolf and takes him back up to the apartment that he was initially knocked out of.
    There, she finds the Werewolf's friend Buck Cowan is unconscious.
    Changing back into Jack Russell, the Werewolf explains how he ended up in a fight with the Enforcer.
    The two are formally introduced as Jack doesn't remember their last encounter.
    After, Jessica asks who their attacker was, Jack identifies him as the Enforcer.

    He deduces that the Enforcer was after his friend Buck Cowan after Buck's former employer spontaneously combusted.
    With all the explanations out of the way Jack and Jessica part company, and Spider-Woman promising to visit him again soon.

    Script by Mark Gruenwald and Steven Grant ("underwriter"), pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Mike Esposito
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    Wolverine #12 Sep 1989
    The Gehenna Stone Affair Part 2 of 6: "Straits of San Francisco!"
    As a horde of vampire creatures swarm the competency hearings held for Burt Corrigan,
    the presiding judge attempts to call the authorities to get them to help.
    However, they find his story about vampires and a man dressed like Harrison Ford too much to believe.
    While out in the courtroom, Patch, Archie and his brother Burt on horseback, dressed like Indiana Jones fight off the horde of vampires.
    As they fight, Jessica Drew arrives on the scene. As Patch fights off a swarm of vampires that have descended on Archie,

    Burt makes a break for it on his horse, with Jessica hopping on for a ride.
    As the police arrive, Patch and Archie steal a cop car and chase after them,
    with another squad car stolen by the vampires seeking to catch up with Burt.

    As the chase is on, at a nearby airfield, the vampires master waits patiently with one of his minions,
    waiting for the perfect opportunity to reclaim a fragment of the prize he seeks: The Gehenna Stone.

    On the streets of San Francisco, Jessica asks Burt what the vampires -- whom Burt identifies as followers of Ba'al --
    are after and he explains that they are after a fragment of the Gehenna Stone that he himself had stolen.

    The chase carries them all over the streets of San Francisco,
    with two cars full of vampires and the police car carrying Logan and Archie.
    As Burt and Jessica continue to try and elude their pursuers, Logan and Archie try to stop the vampires as well.

    After succeeding in causing one car to crash,
    Logan is gunned down and crushed between his car and a car full of attackers.
    Logan then plays possum until the enemy car is on a one-way collision with a trolley.
    Before they can get out of the trolley's path, Logan then uses his claws to keep the car in its path causing them to collide.

    With their pursuers either shaken off or killed, Logan and Archie catch up with Jessica and Burt.
    Archie is furious about this predicament, however, Logan manages to calm him down.
    Realizing that San Francisco is likely to be swarming with vampire followers of Ba'al, not to mention the police
    out looking for them, Logan convinces his friends that the best thing to do is to take Burt back to Madripoor.
    Archie reluctantly agrees and Patch hot-wires a car for them to get away in a less conspicuous manner.

    Written by Peter David. Art by John Buscema and Bill Sienkiewicz.
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    Spider-Woman #20 Nov 1979
    "Tangled Webs"
    After losing her job at the Hatros Institute and receiving an eviction notice from her landlord,
    Jessica Drew becomes desperate, and as Spider-Woman steals money out of the Hatros Institute's payroll safe.
    Returning home with the money, Jessica struggles with the fact that she had to steal in order to get by.
    However, her conscience wins the day and she goes back to return the money she had stolen.
    As it happens, Peter Parker is in Los Angeles along with some of his
    colleagues from the Daily Bugle covering a story about the Hatros Institute.
    When Peter happens upon Spider-Woman returning the money she had taken,
    he assumes that he has caught her in the act of stealing.

    She blasts Parker aside and makes an escape.

    Peter sneaks off, changes into his Spider-Man costume and goes after her, and the two battle across the city.
    During their fight, Jessica who has never met or heard of Spider-Man before demands to know who he is and what he wants.

    When Spidey introduces himself, she wonders if Spider-Man is also from Wundagore and was given spider-powers just like her.

    Spider-Man informs her that he saw her cracking the safe, and when
    Spider-Woman tries to flee, he stops her and forces her to explain herself.
    When Spider-Man hears the "whole" story
    Spider-Woman tells him she was doing this for a friend to protect her secret identity
    Spider-Man decides to cut her some slack because he can relate to her position.

    After things are reconciled, Spidey realizes that he needs to get back to his co-workers and wishes Spider-Woman luck before departing.

    Script by Mark Gruenwald and and Steven Grant ("co-scenario"), pencils by Frank Springer, inks by Mike Esposito
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    Oh yeah! Finally! New ongoing series!

    https://www.newsarama.com/47935-spid...en-before.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugo Strange View Post
    Oh yeah! Finally! New ongoing series!

    https://www.newsarama.com/47935-spid...en-before.html

    Awesome, can't wait till the new Spider Woman comic is out, Jess has been really awesome in Captain Marvel and in Strikeforce!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugo Strange View Post
    Oh yeah! Finally! New ongoing series!

    https://www.newsarama.com/47935-spid...en-before.html

    super excited, though it seems like this is a much different than the hopeless run, which is how I really got into the character for the frist time so I've got mixed feelings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RachelGrey View Post
    Awesome, can't wait till the new Spider Woman comic is out, Jess has been really awesome in Captain Marvel and in Strikeforce!
    I would love to Jessica in the pages of Amazing Spider-Man working alongside Spider-Man or Black Cat in a reoccurring guest spot and vice versa.

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    “This is big, can't miss, over-the-top action, some very surprising ‘venom blasts from the pasts,’ and also a ton of helicopter explosions.”

    “It's a super fun adventure with a lot of twists and turns...and seriously, so many helicopter explosions,”

    I hope I'm wrong, but this is giving me the impression that they'll be using action to replace an actual story.

    But it could be just a goofy running gag.

    Oh well, I didn't really care about Hopeless run, so, hope this one is not-forgettable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukmendes View Post
    “This is big, can't miss, over-the-top action, some very surprising ‘venom blasts from the pasts,’ and also a ton of helicopter explosions.”

    “It's a super fun adventure with a lot of twists and turns...and seriously, so many helicopter explosions,”

    I hope I'm wrong, but this is giving me the impression that they'll be using action to replace an actual story.

    But it could be just a goofy running gag.

    Oh well, I didn't really care about Hopeless run, so, hope this one is not-forgettable.
    Let's hope that the new creative team will create stories that would include Spider-man and Black Cat respectively in Jessica's world in a reoccurring guest spot. She's the only other Spider who is not afraid to be around Peter Parker. If Spider-Woman is to do very well(in terms of sales volume), the creative team must bring in the Spider-Man audience to support it, such as having non-crossover stories that would feature Jessica either in the pages of Amazing Spider-Man(including the satellite titles), Black Cat, and Spider-Man 2099.
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