This was my first issue of this, or any, Marvel Adventures title...and I enjoyed it very much. I especially liked the MA version of Spider-Woman, who apparently was evolved from a spider by the High Evolutionary. Lindsay McCabe is her best friend and co-worker, and Pepper was even creeped out by Spider-Woman because of Jessica's pheromone power. The main story, with Tony hiring Jessica to find his missing father, was also well done. Jessica did seem to find him, after searching for months, but then Howard Stark turned out to be the Chameleon in disguise, working with Monica Rappaccini and AIM to steal Stark secrets. Heck, Spider-Woman and Iron Man even got into a fight, and Jessica came out on top and beat Shell-Head! Great issue all around, and I even liked Nolan's artwork! Highly recommended for any Spider-Woman/Jessica Drew fan.
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