That makes sense, here's my attempt at a no-prize explanation; parts of her nervous system would be adapted to channel the venomblast from the cells in the major muscle groups where the charge is generated to the hands, If Jessica blasts herself she could do serious damage, there's nothing to say the rest of her physiology is immune. She might show an increased resilience to electrical attacks (I'm thinking the Brothers Grimm in the original series but don't quote me on that).
: Just FYI, Jessica Drew's venom blasts are
: neither venomous nor radioactive... they're
: The More You Know...
: --Previous Message--
: ...kill herself with a venom blast to the
: head? Last I remember she was immune to
: toxins (the venom part) and radiation (the
: blast part)...
: That looked to me like Bendis' patented
: "let's do this scene just because it
: looks cool, whether it makes sense or
: not" schtick.
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: Absolutely amazing! Nicolette Reed as
: Drew Spider Woman was the perfect choice
: British accent and all. Maleve's art was
: fantastic; edgy and gritty. And with Bendis'
: writing, I'm hooked!
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