Karla Pacheco and Pere Perez Relaunch Spider-Woman in March

Spider-Woman is getting a new #1 issue again (and we know Marvel loves those), from the creative team of Karla Pacheco and Pere Perez this March. Jessica Drew is bored and gets a new job in this series, presumably ghosting on her old one like Millennials are always doing (according to the internet). Marvel announced the news on their website with a press release:

Whether it’s hunting Skrulls or taking down Hydra, the adventures of Spider-Woman AKA Jessica Drew have made her a favorite of readers for decades, and in March 2020, she’ll be embarking on a brand-new one in SPIDER-WOMAN #1! The enigmatic Avenger has always been as mysterious as she is fearless, and her latest series opens with her not feeling quite herself…

Looking for fresh thrills, Spider-Woman takes on a job that puts her in the crosshairs of an all-new enemy! She soon finds herself caught in a web of intrigue, surrounded by unknown forces bent on her destruction. With danger on all sides and her deadly past coming to haunt her, Spider-Woman is in for an action-packed ride, and she wouldn’t have it any other way!

What’s wrong with Jessica? Just how DID she get this job? And who are these violent lunatics who keep trying to blow her up? You’ll have to wait and see!

Said Pacheco of the new series:

I love Spider-Woman, and I’m incredibly excited to share this series with both new and old Jessica Drew fans alike. This is big, can’t-miss, over-the-top action, some very surprising ‘venom blasts from the pasts,’ and also a TON of helicopter explosions. It’s a super fun adventure with a lot of twists and turns… and seriously, so many helicopter explosions. We’re taking Jess bigger and badder than she’s ever been before, and I can’t wait for readers to see what we’ve cooked up.

Spider-Woman #1 hits stores in March. Below, see the cover by Junggeun Yoon.

Karla Pacheco and Pere Perez Relaunch Spider-Woman in February

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