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Spider-Woman is the codename of several fictional characters in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The first Spider-Woman Jessica Drew also had her own cartoon series and the second Spider-Woman Julia Carpenter was a regular in the first Iron Man cartoon series.

  • Jessica Drew, the original Spider-Woman, who left the role in the early 1980s. By the late 2000s, she returned to it. This version of the character starred in her own animated TV series in 1979 (which is not to be confused with the similarly named Web Woman animated series of the same time period).
  • Julia Carpenter, a former member of the superhero teams the Avengers and Omega Flight, who becomes Arachne and the second Madame Web.
  • Mattie Franklin, who briefly impersonated Spider-Man before receiving her own short-lived comics series and appeared in the 2007 Loners miniseries. Currently deceased.
  • Charlotte Witter, a supervillain who used the name.
  • Veranke, queen of the shape-shifting extraterrestrial race the Skrulls, who impersonated Jessica Drew over a long period of time and was a founding member of the superhero team the New Avengers. Currently deceased.


Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew)

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 (cover-dated February 1977), 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 series, this time written by Dennis Hopeless.


Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends TV

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends was an animated television series in 1981-1983 produced by Marvel Productions starring established Marvel Comics characters Spider-Man, Iceman and an original character, Firestar. As a trio called the Spider-Friends, they fought against various villains.

Peter Parker (Spider-Man), Bobby Drake (Iceman), and Angelica Jones (Firestar) are all college students at Empire State University. After working together to defeat the Beetle and recovering the "Power Booster" he stole from Tony Stark (a.k.a. Iron Man) the trio decide to team-up permanently as the "Spider-Friends". They live together in Peter's Aunt May's home with her and a pet dog, Ms. Lion, (adopted from Firestar) a Lhasa Apso. Together, the superheroes battle various supervillains.

Some stories featured team-ups with other characters from the Marvel Universe, including Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, Sunfire, and the mid-1970s X-Men.


Spider-Man Homecoming (2017)

Spider-Man is a 2017 superhero film based on the Marvel Comics superhero Spider-Man. It will be a reboot of the Spider-Man franchise and the 16th installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, while also being the 4th installment of MCU Phase 3.

In February 2015, Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures announced that Spider-Man would be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe following a deal to share the rights of Spider-Man, with a new incarnation of the character scheduled to appear in 2016's Captain America: Civil War and a solo Spider-Man reboot film slated for July 28, 2017.

In December 2014, both Sony and Marvel were in discussion about allowing Spider-Man to appear in the 2016 Marvel Cinematic Universe film Captain America: Civil War while having control of the film rights remaining with Sony. Those plans were said to be tabled. Instead, Sony had considered having Sam Raimi return to direct a new trilogy, along with an animated comedy with Phil Lord and Chris Miller. However, on February 9, 2015, Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios announced that Spider-Man will appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with the character appearing in a Marvel Cinematic Universe film and Sony releasing a Spider-Man film co-produced by Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal on July 28, 2017, with Sony Pictures continuing to own, finance, distribute, and having final creative control of the Spider-Man films. Reports indicated that the MCU film Spider-Man would appear in as part of the deal would be Captain America: Civil War. In March 2015, Marvel Comics COO Joe Quesada indicated that the Peter Parker version of the character would be used.


"Spider-Woman" ABC-TV Series (1979)

Spider-Woman is an animated television series, based on the Marvel Comics character Spider-Woman. The series was produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises and Marvel Comics Animation (both owned by Marvel Entertainment), and aired on September 22, 1979, to January 5, 1980, 1 season of 16 episodes, on the ABC-TV network. It was also DePatie-Freleng's final series before its reincorporation as Marvel Productions.

Episode #1: "Pyramids of Terror" Sept. 22, 1979

Guest-stars Spider-Man. The Justice Magazine crew investigate an alien invasion in Egypt led by the mummy Khufu.

#2 "Realm of Darkness" - September 29, 1979

The powerful demon Dormammu emerges on a Pacific island, threatening to enslave mankind.

#3 "The Amazon Adventure" - October 6, 1979

Stolen gold from Fort Knox leads the Justice Magazine team into the Amazon, where they uncover a plot by the Amazon leader Shanna to take over the world.

#4 "The Ghost Vikings" - October 13, 1979

A "ghost" Viking ship emerges off the coast of Norway. The crew plan to steal the riches of the world, before returning to their own time. Spider-Woman travels back to AD 952 to defeat them.

#5 "The Kingpin Strikes Again" - Oct. 20, 1979

Spider-Woman confronts Kingpin and his henchmen as they rob a bank, but after taking out two of his men, one of Kingpin's minions manages to turn the tables and lock Spider-Woman up, allowing Kingpin to get the loot. Humiliated, Spider-Woman as Jessica Drew tries to get back at the Kingpin by writing up a maligning news article about him. Angered by her recent Justice Magazine article, the Kingpin steals an experimental invisibility ray and seeks revenge on its editor Jessica Drew. However, while invisible, he witnesses her transforming into Spider-Woman, and opts for a blackmail plot instead.

#6 "The Lost Continent" - October 27, 1979

After US Air Force planes vanish in the Bermuda Triangle, the team from Justice Magazine investigate. They soon find themselves thrown into a hidden dimension, where dinosaurs roam the Earth.

#7 "The Kongo Spider" - November 3, 1979

Guest stars Spider-Man. While covering the filming of a movie, the Justice Magazine team encounter a giant spider (in a plot inspired by King Kong).

#8 "Games of Doom" - November 10, 1979

Athletes in the World Athletic Games in Moscow are being kidnapped and replaced by android doubles. Jessica Drew goes undercover as a long jumper to investigate.

#9 "Shuttle to Disaster" - November 17, 1979

The Justice Magazine team find themselves on a hijacked space shuttle, heading towards the moon, where the villain Steeljaw intends to enslave mankind and put it to work digging for valuable gems.

#10 "Dracula's Revenge" - November 24, 1979

The world's population are threatened with being turned into vampires, werewolves, and Frankenstein's Monsters. Spider-Woman discovers that Dracula is behind this.

#11 "The Spider-Woman and the Fly"
December 1, 1979

Jessica confronts a former research assistant to her father, who has been mutated into a human fly after a lab accident. Deducing her secret identity, he creates a formula which will rob Jessica of her spider powers.

#12 "Invasion of the Black Hole" - Dec. 8, 1979

A UFO attempts to swallow the Earth in a black hole, in readiness for an invasion by aliens from the planet Graviton.

#13 "The Great Magini" - December 15, 1979

Magician "The Great Magini" attempts to steal the world's most famous landmarks.

#14 "A Crime in Time" - December 22, 1979

An experimental time machine unleashes an invasion of Wookiee-like creatures. Jessica is forced to reveal her secret identity to her fellow magazine crew in order to save mankind.

#15 "Return of the Spider-Queen"
December 29, 1979

Spider-Woman is brainwashed by an alien race of human spider creatures, who believe she is their long-lost queen.

#16 "The Deadly Dream" - January 5, 1980

An alien threatens the world with her sleep-inducing powers.


Spider-Man Bitten by a Spider And so a legend is born and a new name is added.


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