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Trigger Warning Abelism, sexual, and romantic acts peformed under false pretenses, and possibly gore (though mild).

When last we left Jessica Drew, she had just been ordered onto a mission to save her lover, and fellow Hydra Agent, Jared, from SHIELD's Monaco base, and assassinate Nick Fury. We join her now already in battle against Fury himself when things start to go against her.


Three pages from Marvel Spotlight #32 (which brings me up to my 1/3rd quota for that comic over the past three posts), 7 1/2 of Origin #3, 7 1/2 of Origin #4)



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When last we left Jessica Drew she had either accidentally killed her first love after leaving the high evolutionary, or awoken from an 11 year coma, and confronted by General Wyndam. Six of one half a dozen of another I guess. Now it is time to learn how she joined Hydra and found love with her fellow operative Jared.

2 Pages of Marvel Spotlight #32, 7 Pages, 2 panels of Origins #2.

HAIL HYDRA! )
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So while I still plan on sharing some of the spooky stories that appear in the first handful of Spider-Woman's apperances, some questions I got both on and off the site about my last post, have prompted me to do something else I've wanted to for a long time: Compare her original origin to the one crafted by Brian Micheal Bendis. This was a sore spot for me when Bendis re-introduced the character, though there is no denying we wouldn't even have Jessica Drew comics right now if it wasn't for Bendis. I've been wanting to make a show similar to Atop the Fourth Wall, and would love to delve into this in more detail, but right now I present with minimal commentary of part one of Bendis vs Wolfman, and Goodwin...

(7 pages of Spider Woman Origins #1, 4 Pages 1 Panel of Spider Woman vol 1 #1, 6 panels of Marvel Spotlight #32)

Wundagore )
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In 1968 Marvel created a fantastic character called Yuri Brevlov, who was basically the USSR's Nick Fury. He and Fury had a Team Up in the Incredible Hulk. It was awesome. Then, Marvel pretty much forgot about him (I could only track down a small appearance in the 80s).


Marvel needs to bring this man back. I will show you why.

An Iron Curtain Spanning Bromance Amidst the Chaos of the Rampaging Hulk. Who Will Live? Who Will Die? Which s_ders will brave the Purple Prose?  )

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