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Spider-Girl, Volume 10: Season of the Serpent (Spider-Girl #10)

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May Parker has battled the Soldiers of the Serpent before and come out ahead. But this time, they have united behind an enigmatic, powerful leader, and May's spider powers might not be enough to save her this time. Also, May's romantic life takes a sudden left turn. Plus, the return of the Scarlet Spider Collects Spider-Girl #52-59.
Paperback, 184 pages
Published February 11th 2009 by Marvel
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Adam Graham
This book collects Spider-girl #52-#59.

The first two issues are typical of the Spider-girl stories up to this point. There's plenty of teen issues as Felcity Harding deals with problems at home and May Parker faces a question as to whether remain Spider-girl and finds support from an unexpected source a longtime Spider-girl critic.

Then there's a random teenager who shows up feeling invisible which is kind of sad but not what we read superhero comics for.

Then we get issues 54-59, the Season of t
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Fizzgig76
Reprints Spider-Girl #52-59. Spider-Girl is faced with the Soldiers of the Serpent and Peter and Mary Jane force May to make a decision about her future. Spider-Girl continues to be a solid (if not average) series that really does feel like the old Amazing Spider-Man book of the '60s or '70s due to its toned down and melodramatic storylines. Though DeFalco does try to boost the supporting cast, they do not seem as well developed as the old Spider-Man cast and the book could be improved by more d ...more
Ashley Kempkes
This is my favorite volume of the series that I have read so far. May can be a little annoying sometime, but she is 15! So, it's to be expected. The art is amazing and the diolouge is sometimes a little cheesy, but Spiderman is cheesy. Basically, I like this book so I make a lot of exceptions for it.
Angela
This volume feels like Spidergirl's first saga, fighting impossible odds. A serious story for once. And a welcome change from the fun, light stuff, lets hope they don't do this too often. A good read.
Kailee
This book was semi-cheesy, but still a pretty fun read.
Dwayne Keller
Very good stories, major happenings, fantastic read.
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Tom DeFalco is an American comics writer and editor, well-known for his association with Marvel Comics and Spider-Man.
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