Tuesday, November 26, 2013

One Figure Actually NOT A Part Of The Collection Of Cool - Spider-Girl


I was a huge fan of the comic book that spun out of a What If? story whose concept was so strong that is spawned a whole series based on the character of May 'May Day' Parker - the daughter of Peter and Mary Jane Parker. I have all the comics but not this action figure. It's one of the only ones if not they only one ever made of her that isn't a custom.


Spider-Girl (May "Mayday" Parker) is a superhero in Marvel Comics' MC2 universe. The character was created by Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz as the teenage daughter of Peter Parker (Spider-Man) and Mary Jane Watson, and first appeared in What If (vol. 2) #105 (February 1998). She later acquired her own ongoing comic book, Spider-Girl, written by DeFalco and drawn by Frenz and Pat Olliffe, which was the longest-running superhero book with a lead female character ever published by Marvel before being relaunched as The Amazing Spider-Girl, and later The Spectacular Spider-Girl. Peter and Mary Jane named their daughter after his Aunt May.


1 comment:

david_b said...

I actually found her pretty sexy. Was looking at getting the Famous Covers figure for a while.

That First Appearance figure looks pretty sweet as well.