We’re ranking every Spider-Woman and Spider-Girl in the Marvel comics universe. Along with all Spider-Woman incarnations that appeared in the comic books, this list also includes alternate versions as well as villains who became Spider-Woman. Who is your favorite Spider-Woman?
Everyone knows the original Spider-Woman Jessica Drew, but did you know Hawkeye's daughter and even a man has donned the Spider-Woman costume? Several enemies have worn the suit and used the Spider-Woman alias, like Charlotte Witter and Veranke. Other comic book characters who were Spider-Woman include Mary Jane Watson, Gwen Stacy (Spider-Gwen), and May Parker, the daughter of Peter Parker and MJ.
Vote for the best Spider-Women in comics. This ranking of every Spider-Woman and Spider-Girl displays pictures of the characters in costume and their comic book appearances.
Gwendolyn Maxine "Gwen" Stacy is a fictional character who appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, usually as a supporting character in those featuring Spider-Man. A college student, Gwen was originally the first true love of Peter Parker before she was murdered by his nemesis Norman Osborn. Spider-Man writers and fans alike often debate whether Peter's "one true love" is Gwen Stacy, or his subsequent love interest, Mary Jane Watson, though stories written long after her death indicate that Gwen still holds a special place in his heart. The character has been portrayed by Bryce Dallas Howard in the 2007 film Spider-Man 3 and by Emma Stone as Peter Parker's friend and love ...more on Wikipedia
As Seen In: Edge of Spider-Verse, Spider-Gwen
Spider-Girl is a superheroine in Marvel Comics' MC2 universe. The character was created by Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz as the teenage daughter of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson, and first appeared in What If #105. She later acquired her own ongoing comic book, Spider-Girl, written by DeFalco and drawn by Frenz and Pat Olliffe, which was the longest-running superhero book with a lead female character ever published by Marvel before being relaunched as The Amazing Spider-Girl, and later The Spectacular Spider-Girl. Peter and Mary Jane named their daughter after his Aunt May. ...more on Wikipedia
As Seen In: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3
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Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew) is a fictional superheroine that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in Marvel Spotlight #32, and 50 issues of an ongoing series titled Spider-Woman followed. At its conclusion she was killed, and though later resurrected in an Avengers story arc, she fell into disuse, supplanted by other characters using the name Spider-Woman. Writer Brian Michael Bendis added Spider-Woman to the roster of the high profile New Avengers. In 2009, the character received her second self-titled limited series, written by Bendis, which ran for seven issues. As part of the Spider-Verse event, Spider-Woman will receive her third ongoing ...more on Wikipedia
As Seen In: Marvel Spotlight