"That costume is one of the best in comics," Bendis told CBR News. "It's one of the things people like about her".
Jessica's costume is irrelevant to me...I like (liked) the character. Also the article makes it clear that Bendis is writing her as a spy again...Many years ago, Jessica left the spy business for a reason...Having Jess go all James Bond again is forced and out of character.
Having Jess as a private Investigator made her different (she did it to help people as well as earn a living), making her a spy again is making her a Black Widow wannabee...Bendis does not get the character, at all.
I hate this.
: Bendis makes another announcement for the
: Spider-Woman ongoing to be released in 2009
: entitled: Spider-Woman-Agent of SWORD. He
: also indicates that it may not be Jessica
: Drew in the costume.
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