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Cindy Moon exploded out of her bunker and into the Marvel Universe when we first learned that she had been bitten by that same radioactive spider in the first arc of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN. She then went on to save Peter Parker’s life (more than once!) and traverse the Spider-verse alongside Spider-Woman. Now, as SILK, Cindy is on her own in New York City, searching for her past, defining her own future, and webbing up wrong-doers along the way! Robbie Thompson (writer from TV’s Supernatural) fills this new ongoing series with his unique blend of antics and feels. Featuring stunning covers by Eisner Award winner Dave Johnson and interiors by future superstar Stacey Lee.

List of covers and their creators:

CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
RegRegular CoverDave Johnson1
VarVariant CoverStacey Lee3
VarYoung Variant CoverSkottie Young4
2ndSecond Printing CoverDave Johnson2
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Give Her a Chance 0

Look i know some people aren't thrilled with how Silk was introduced, and, if im honest with myself, i was one of them. But i decided today I'd give this issue a chance and see if it's worth it. A leap of faith, if you will. Ladies and Gentle Men... IT WAS WORTH IT. Thompson took this character in one of the few ways he could and made it successful. Cindy is new to not only New York, but to the World. The events of Spider-Verse kept her occupied and now she has to get used to the daily life. A ...

6 out of 10 found this review helpful.

NatX7's Comic Review: Silk #1 0

Bursting out of the pages of The Amazing Spider-Man, Silk is the brainchild of Marvel architects, Dan Slott and Humberto Ramos. Originally making her full debut in Amazing Spider-Man #4, Silk’s popularity exploded and it wasn't long until Marvel made the decision to capitalize on her overnight success by giving Silk her own ongoing series.Written by Robbie Thompson, this first issue has Silk trying to find her place in a world that’s new, huge and a bit overwhelming. Silk #1 does a ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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