Spider Girl Legacy is a Ebook My daughter LOVE superheroes and although I was a huge fan of the s XMEN and Spiderman cartoons I was never big on comics themselves I think the images we
Spider-Girl: Legacy is a Ebook My daughter LOVE superheroes, and although I was a huge fan of the 90 ' s XMEN and Spiderman cartoons, I was never big on comics themselves. I think the images were too distracting for someone like me who just loved the simplicity of the written word and the fun of letting words paint the pictures for you. Of course, now that my daughter has fallen in love with comic books, I decided to give them another try, and I'm glad I did. This particular comic is one I've read aloud with my daughter each night, and we both have enjoyed it. Unlike The Amazing Spidergirl, this May Parker is not some lovesick school girl who is too indecisive to help herself much less anyone else. The main character in these comics is one I wouldn't mind my daughter emulating. She's strong, smart, and funny. She's friends with the cool kids and nerds alike. She has a great sense of responsibility, and she's full of respect. Even when arguing with her parents, she keeps her cool and remains respectful. The only thing I didn't like about the comic was the constant narrating, but I expected it in a Spider-person comic. Plus it made it easier for my 6 year old to follow along. All-in-all this was a good read, and I'll be introducing my daughter to the next installment.. Marvel s most popular female character discovers for herself that with great power comes great responsibility.. Good Kindle Spider-Girl: Legacy I've heard a lot about Spider-Girl being a great character and the story was entertaining, but there are two major problems. One is the second-person narration which is seriously annoying especially since narration is also over-used in this book. It's that whole SHOW don't TELL thing that comics should be able to do really well. And then there's the late 90's fashions including the belly-shirts on every female including Mary Jane--and in this she's an approaching-middle-age mom. Thank god Aunt May didn't make an appearance!