So all of Alex Maleev's concept paintings were a joke? From HOUSE OF M through CIVIL WAR until now,there was always a dangling hope of a solo series. Now...everything was a lie? Stabbing Wolvine in the throat in the Savage Land...it wasn't even her who did it! The whole double agent thing...like that even mattered. SPIDER WOMAN: ORIGIN...what did that accomplish?
And now the reveal. What a punch in the gut, a total FU moment from Marvel. Was there even an actual solo series in the works or was it all a big ruse? Honestly, what was the point of all of Bendis's interviews about the series? Build up to this big lie? How can a solo series even go on now? What can it even be based on, when the past three years have not even been about Jessica Drew?
I really don't know what to say anymore. These past three years, nothing but a total lie. Bring a character like this out of mothballs and put the wool over the fan's eyes in the worst possible way.
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