The Black Cat A Bad Gal Again And Will Silk Get Her Own Series? – C2E2 (UPDATE – The Look Of Silk And Clash)

UPDATE: The Look Of Silk….

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And back with the panel.

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From the Spider-Verse panel at C2E2 comes the news that, post Superior Spider-Man and the way Spidey treated Felicia Hardy, that the Black Cat is back to being a bad gal again, in the Amazing Spider-Man, with Spidey facing off against her and Electro, as well as introducing Silk, as we mentioned (and showed) earlier – who is going to be a recurring character in the series.

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And while they aren’t saying it in the panel yet, odds are she’ll be the female character getting a new ongoings series out of Original Sin and Spider-Verse. Remember this?

Dark secrets from our hero’s past will emerge – profound and life-changing secrets that sometimes go back to their very origins – and one of those secrets is a new character whose very existence will turn the life of a Marvel mainstay upside down and tee up a new ongoing series.

Amazing Spider-Man #1.1-1.5 set in the character’s earliest days will show us events such as Uncle Ben’s funeral, Spider-Man’s first teenage foe Clash, and more. Here’s the look of Clash…

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