: Alright...guess who shows up in the first
: issue of LONERS??? (Besides Mattie Franklin,
: which was already a known fact long before
: the book came out)
: She shows up unexpectedly doing something
: And btw, the book is very strong and Mattie
: Franklin's appearance is surprisingly
: pivotal to the plot moving forward.
: We see her in costume and there's some cool,
: important nods to the ALIAS' arc that
: featured both Mattie and Jessica Drew.
: And speaking of which: Remember Jillian
: Sepulcre/Shadowwoman, that lady who not only
: had at some point a costume that was
: identical to Spider-Woman's but who actually
: helped Julia Carpenter and Lindsay McCabe
: save Jessica's soul from the Void Eater
: dimension in that 1996 Spider-man annual?
: Well, she seems to one of the T-bolts' next
: targets and she shows up in issues 112 and
: 113 of the book.
: BTW...check out her apt in issue 113, she
: has a picture of Jessica Drew in costume...
: BTW...this new incarnation of the T-Bolts is
: truly awesome stuff!
: Imagine a book written by Bendis (in terms
: of shadowy conspiracies, double-crossing
: very realistic, earth-bound dialogue that is
: sharp and compelling, but with a whole lot
: more bang for your buck in terms of what
: actually happens in the book and you get the
: new THUNDERBOLTS comic.
: I hate Moonstone but I am loving watching
: her being a beeyotch and all the
: interactions in the book are phenomenally
: Dermie, I am loving this book, and just like
: you told me, it's a hoot to watch Karla
: being bad.
: BTW...I don't think it's a coincidence that
: after Bendis revived Spider-Woman 1, we are
: now seeing not only almost every Spider-lady
: having a renaissance (almost, but how long
: till Cassandra Webb and Charlotte Witter
: reappear? I wouldn't be surprised), but
: several elements from Jesica's past are
: being touched upon.
: Shroud has shown up in Ms.Marvel,Jillian
: Woods is in T-Bolts and Nekra was in Loners.
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