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AMAZING SPIDER-GIRL #19, Page 10 BY SAL BUSCEMA

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Artist(s): RON FRENZ, Penciller
  SAL BUSCEMA, Inker
Media Type: Pen and Ink
Art Type: Interior Page
Views: 539
Added to Site: 9/16/2008

Page 10 from Amazing Spider-Girl #19 (June, 2008) by the dynamic duo of Ron Frenz (pencils) and Sal Buscema (inks). In this page, mulling over a friend's suggestion that she try out for the dance team, Spider-Girl takes to the air for a much-needed break. The genesis of Spider-Girl began in a one-shot story which appeared in What If #105 about Peter (Spider-Man) Parker and wife, Mary Jane, having a baby, who grows into a web-slinging teen superhero. This issue elicited such positive fan response that the character was given her own comic, which was launched as part of Marvel’s short-lived M2 imprint which had its own continuity, set some time in the future from the current Marvel Universe. In the classic Marvel tradition, the character of Spider-Girl is built around her alter-ego, May Parker, instead of vice-versa and, much like the regular Spider-Man titles; her villains are often equally interesting and bizarre. Masterfully illustrated by longtime industry pros, Frenz and Buscema, Spider-Girl reached its 100th issue and was then re-launched as the Amazing Spider-Girl with the same creative team! Here’s your chance to get a page from the new series! Page is signed by inker Sal Buscema. Original measures 11” x 17” and is in excellent condition. There are no word balloons which is typical for modern-day comics as they are added later in the production stage.

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