Go Inside Avengers Alliance: Chapter 8
Marvel: Avengers Alliance Producer Justin inducts Spider-Woman as the latest Worthy, talks new villains, plus much more!
From Marvel Comics
Stretching back before she became Spider-Woman, and encompassing her years in the red and yellow costume, Jessica Drew has been a spy, a super hero, a private investigator, a S.H.I.E.L.D. operative, a HYDRA asset, an agent of S.W.O.R.D., and even an Avenger.
Now, in “Marvel: Avengers Alliance,” for the first time ever, Spider-Woman becomes one of the Worthy.
With Chapter 8 coming soon to the hit game, Jessica Drew will lift an Asgardian hammer into the sky and call down a power like none she’s ever known. To kick off a week celebrating the Women of Marvel Games here at Marvel.com, we reveal what lies ahead for Spider-Woman in “Avengers Alliance,” plus get some more tasty teases from Producer Justin Woods!
Marvel.com: Who is up for Worthy status this time around in Chapter 8?
Justin Woods: Kuurth, Breaker of Stone. But who is possessed by Kuurth, Breaker of Stone? That was the luxury of Juggernaut in the comics, [but it’s] a very unlikely choice for Kuurth, Breaker of Stone in our case. It is Spider-Woman.
See Also: Time Ran Out - The Avengers #44 Final Issue Variant, Go Inside Avengers Alliance: Spec Op - Land of Fire and Ice, The Great Destroyer Revealed in New Avengers #31, Earth's Mightiest Battles Across Time in Avengers Millennium, Ultron Unleashed In Avengers: Rage of Ultron OGN, Stare Down Earth's Mightiest Heroes with 2 New Images, Ultron: No Strings Attached, Avengers (1963 1st Series) Annual #5 (The Mighty Avengers Special #5), 1972 Issue - Marvel Comics, Feel the Rage of Ultron in an Exclusive First Look, Avengers (1963 1st Series) #65, June 1969 Issue - Marvel Comics, Avengers (1963 1st Series) #44, September 1967 Issue - Marvel Comics, Avengers (1963 1st Series) #36, January 1967 Issue - Marvel Comics, 30 Days of AXIS
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