Cindy Moon Swings Solo in Silk #1
From Marvel Comics
This February, straight from the pages of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN and Spider-Verse comes a brand new ongoing series starring the newest heroine of the Marvel Universe. Marvel is proud to present SILK #1, kicking off a new series by writer Robbie Thompson and artist Stacey Lee!
Cindy Moon exploded out of her bunker and into the Marvel Universe in the pages of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN and she never looked back. Bit by the same radioactive spider that gave Peter Parker his powers on that fateful day, she’s spent her years locked away in a bunker, safe from the threat of Morlun and the Inheritors. Since then, she’s saved Peter Parker’s life (more than once), fought alongside Spider-Woman, braved the Spider-Verse and more!
“Cindy fascinates me,” says series writer Robbie Thompson, in an interview with Marvel.com. “She gave up 10 years of her life and the world moved on without her. What does that do to a person?”
Now, Cindy is back in New York City, patrolling it’s rooftops as SILK! And she’s going to make up for lost time. Searching for her past, defining her own future, and webbing wrong-doers along the way. Now is your chance to hop on board one of the slickest new launches of 2015 as SILK #1 swings in to comic shops this February!
See Also: Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) #348, June 1991 Issue - Marvel Comics, Spider-Man Black Version Marvel Secret Wars Jumbo Action Figure, Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) #362, May 1992 Issue - Marvel Comics, Avengers (1963 1st Series) Annual #5 (The Mighty Avengers Special #5), 1972 Issue - Marvel Comics, Spider-Man & The X-Men #1 Brings the Wallcrawler to the Classroom in December, HALLOWEEN SPOOKLIGHT: MORBIUS, Marvel 75: The 90's -- A Decade in Armor
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