Silk #3 

Silk #3

Written by: Robbie Thompson 

Art by: Stacey Lee

Cover by: Dave Johnson 

Released: May 13, 2015

What a roller coaster ride Cindy Moon’s been on for the last three issues. Between breaking out on her own, trying to forge a life and find her family’s whereabouts, there’s barely been time to breathe and take in the sights of New York! Or find out exactly why Moon’s powers seem to be on the fritz. But thanks to some friendly-neighborhood Spider-Snooping, she’s now in the hands of the Marvel Universe’s foremost authority on all things superpowered. And basically all things in general. But Reed Richards’ diagnosis proves unexpected and unexpectedly real. Robbie Thompson gives the feeling of writing from real experience with a topic that’s sensitive without being too touchy: 

anxiety. Portrayed about as accurately as things like depression or gunfights in popular culture, Thompson begins a slow journey through Cindy’s mental process of deciding whether or not she’s got anxiety despite the fact that she doesn’t perceive herself as “an anxious person.” Oh and there’s a date with the ever-dreamy Johnny Storm in the mix as well. Thompson keeps the dialog light and witty, but weaves in plenty of serious undertones that can easily be dealt with later, and of course leaves on an eyebrow raising moment that’s sure to have some dire consequences. In all I would rate this issue a 7.5/10 that’s all for today and as always keep on marveling 

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Silk #3

Silk #3 

Written by:  Robbie Thompson 

Art by: Stacey Lee

Cover by: David Johnson 

Released: April 29, 2015

It’s looking more and more like Silk got more than just spider-powers from that spider-bite and that maybe the ol’ Parker Luck isn’t so much genetic as it is a side-effect of super-powers! How else does one explain Cindy Moon already having her very own arch-nemesis? This issue is an action-heavy one, with Silk dispatching her first aggressor without much effort, but the second one: the hardened veteran Black Cat, gives a great deal more trouble, fighting her to a stand-still. There’s also a greater theme running through the issue, and it’s one that’s also being touched on in the latest run of SPIDER-WOMAN: consequences in super-villain lives. There’s a lot of talk about a lack of consequence in genre fiction, particularly in movies like Man of Steelor The Avengers, and it’s a theme that’s been running through comics for awhile as well. This issue doesn’t so much touch upon the results of mass destruction, but more the results of a few bad decisions ruining someone’s life and how, often with the way society is set up, it leads to more bad decisions being necessary. Robbie Thompson’sgot a great ear for writing sharp, compelling dialog that goes a long way to establishing characters without filling each and every panel with text.

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Silk #2

Silk #2

Written by: Robbie Thompson 

Art by: Stacey Lee

Cover by: Dave Johnson 

Released: March 18, 2015

Silk issue two really focuses on Cindy trying to find her family who went of the grid. They just completely vanished and no one knows who they were and the people that do remember them don’t know what happened to them. We also get to see Silk fighting a hydra octapouse robot thing. That was pretty fun. Silk actually runs into her old boyfriend only to find out that he is engaged. This issue was pretty good it wasn’t great but it was solid. The artwork is amazing. I want to keep reading to find out about her past. In all I would rate this book a 7.5/10 that’s all for today and as always keep on marveling!

Silk #1

silk #1

Written by: Robbie Thompson 

Art by: Stacey Lee

cover by: Dave Johnson 

Released: March 18, 2015 

This issue was really good although not much was happining it was a good first issue for the series. This issue gave us an introduction to who is Cindy Moon A.K.A (Silk) Cindy was Bitten by the same radio active spider that Petter Parker was bitten by. Giving her similar powers. Cindy is an intresting person. She talkes about being locked in a bunk for ten years. I’m guessing we will learn more about that in the next issue. Cindy also had a thing with Spider-Man but now they are just friends. I like Silk way better than Spider-Gwen and I like the artwork. The artwork is just splended in every shot. I’m really glad they made Silk her own Series. In this issue Cindy is new to being a hero and saving people so she contacts Spider-Man and we get to see him in this issue as well so that’s a plus. In all I would rate this book a 8.8/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on Marvaling!