Edge of the Spider-Verse #2 — The Mary Janes “Face it Tiger” (Married with Sea monsters) [comics]

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Over the years, Spider-Man has had a number of alternate reality variations, and recently Marvel has embarked to retell them all in a major Spider-Man crossover event; featuring every incarnation of Spider-Man & Spider-Woman ever, that will undoubtedly culminate in a battle of epic proportions.

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One such story is a one-shot (single issue comic) that introduces a new alternate universe Spider-Woman, Gwen Stacey. Edge of the Spider-Verse #2 (a miniseries prelude to Spider-Verse) opens with Gwen Stacy playing drums in The Mary Janes, an all-girl rock band fronted by none other than Mary Jane Watson.

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Well, some clever musos have gone out of their way to elevate the fictitious song from the pages of the comic. Indie rockers Married With Sea Monsters added a few more lyrics and a tune to The Mary Janes’ song “Face It, Tiger”, recorded and then released it for webcrawler fans and punk-rock fiends in the world to enjoy, and all because they “dug the issue so much“:

Nice. Ahh theme music; tell’em how it is Jack Spade:

That movie looks like shit. However, the character for alternate Spider-Woman seems to be gaining popularity and is available now from all good comic retailers, sucka!

Edge of Spider-Verse (Issue 2 2014) written by Jason Latour

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~ by Fionnlagh on September 22, 2014.

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