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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthfury78 View Post
    Since most super heroine titles are written by female Marvel writers, they want the focus to be geared towards young female readers. However, some had failed to realize that a lot of female readers love Spider-Man, as he has a large female audience. Yet no one(writing a heroine series) wants to use Spider-Man in their stories. I certainly would love to see a Black Widow and Spider-Man mini series, for example.
    It's not that Marvel doesn't want to give the female writers Spider-Man, but it's more like if there are too many minis with Spider-Man, there will be an oversaturation character. Kinda like what happens with Batman now or Wolverine in the 2000s. I once heard this from interviews by several creators like Roger Stern, Dan Slott, Gerry Conway, and Gage that Spider-Man is so popular to writers that the usual bloodbath in any creative summits are how the editorial of Spidey fighting that Spider-Man doesn't get appears in every Marvel books available in every few arcs. So, it's not that Marvel doesn't want to give Spider-Man appearances in female book-oriented, but Spider-Man himself is in biweekly books with one monthly side book which means Spider-Man appeared three times a month. It's already three times more appearances than the other flagship book like Fantastic Four, Avengers, and X-Men.

    So in my opinion, the only one to get mini like that is by making TASM main series into monthly book to give a room for one more book which is Spider-Man: Team Up in the style of Avenging Spider-Man, but with round robin writers and artist where each writers can strach their itch of writing spider-man. That's the only reasonable way to make a book where Black Widow and Spider-Man mini appeared out of thin air.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laufeyson View Post
    It's not that Marvel doesn't want to give the female writers Spider-Man, but it's more like if there are too many minis with Spider-Man, there will be an oversaturation character. Kinda like what happens with Batman now or Wolverine in the 2000s. I once heard this from interviews by several creators like Roger Stern, Dan Slott, Gerry Conway, and Gage that Spider-Man is so popular to writers that the usual bloodbath in any creative summits are how the editorial of Spidey fighting that Spider-Man doesn't get appears in every Marvel books available in every few arcs. So, it's not that Marvel doesn't want to give Spider-Man appearances in female book-oriented, but Spider-Man himself is in biweekly books with one monthly side book which means Spider-Man appeared three times a month. It's already three times more appearances than the other flagship book like Fantastic Four, Avengers, and X-Men.

    So in my opinion, the only one to get mini like that is by making TASM main series into monthly book to give a room for one more book which is Spider-Man: Team Up in the style of Avenging Spider-Man, but with round robin writers and artist where each writers can starch their itch of writing spider-man. That's the only reasonable way to make a book where Black Widow and Spider-Man mini appeared out of thin air.
    Avenging Spider-Man was a very good series. This could had been the perfect platform for different writers to work on Spider-Man for a story arc. Instead, the series got cancelled for Superior Spider-Man team-up under Christopher Yost, the sole writer of the series. The one other series that can support a super heroine(in a reoccurring guest spot with Spidey for a story arc) is Spectacular Spider-Man or Web of Spider-Man. As for the Black Widow appearing with Spider-Man out of thin air, she did appear in ASM #86(vol. 1). I feel that the only characters who could fit in Spider-Man's world in a reoccurring guest appearance are as follows:

    1. Tigra(Police Officer/CSI)
    2. Jessica Drew(Investigator)
    3. Jennifer Walters(Attorney)
    4. Black Widow(Espionage)
    5. Carol Danvers(Cosmic Enforcer)
    6. Betsy Braddock(Magic and Sorcery)


    These are the things that each heroine could contribute to the world of Spider-Man....

    Last edited by Darthfury78; 08-30-2020 at 10:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yvonmukluk View Post
    I seem to recall he teamed up a fair bit with Cloak & Dagger, which isn't that surprising since they were initially introduced in his book before they got their own series. When Tyrone was accused of attacking Tandy in Runaways, he was the only one who believed in his innocence.
    They teamed up plenty in 80s/90s, although initially they were enemies and then progressed into uncomfortable allies. They got into lots of 'misunderstanding fights'.


    Petey and Dagger also kinda had hots for each other, although that was never explored further. Might be interesting avenue that, if some modern writer would pick them up.

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