Silk, Volume 1: Sinister

Silk Volume Sinister Silk is back and badder than ever Cindy Moon the other victim of the radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker has been working to find the missing members of her family since she escaped the bunker
  • Title: Silk, Volume 1: Sinister
  • Author: Robbie Thompson Stacey Lee Tana Ford Veronica Fish Ian Herring Travis Lanham Helen Chen
  • ISBN: 9780785199571
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • Silk, Volume 1: Sinister
    Silk is back and badder than ever Cindy Moon, the other victim of the radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker, has been working to find the missing members of her family since she escaped the bunker that was her home for so many years But Silk s quest has taken her down a darker path than expected, and now she s in cahoots with the most ferocious feline in the Marvel UnSilk is back and badder than ever Cindy Moon, the other victim of the radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker, has been working to find the missing members of her family since she escaped the bunker that was her home for so many years But Silk s quest has taken her down a darker path than expected, and now she s in cahoots with the most ferocious feline in the Marvel Universe the Black Cat But not everyone in the Cat s criminal crew is happy about the arrangement Nor is a certain friendly neighborhood CEO of Parker Industries, and that will bring Cindy into conflict with Spider Man and the Goblin King What could have led her to this Who is Espectro And will Cindy go so far there s no redeeming the Sinister Silk Collecting Silk 1 6 material from Amazing Spider Man 1
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  • So Silk is something I never really read before I knew who she was, kind of I haven t read Spider verse but I gathered the Spider family similar to another Family from a different company came from it Except instead of everyone being brooding sexy heroes we have a lot of lip smacking heroes who all have similar features to Peter Silk is now part of the 616 and guess what She s working undercover for Shield or mockingjay working with Blackcat to take down the Goblin Nation Sounds exciting huh Wel [...]


  • I would have given it 5 stars if Veronica Fish was the artist in every issue I did not like the other artist s style of art.


  • YEAH, SILK Why are the lady Spider people so much interesting than Spiderman This was fun, and I enjoyed cameos by Mockingbird, Vol 1 I Can Explain and Jessica Drew.


  • I read this in a few hours and couldn t help reminisce about the 90s Spider Man cartoon Marvel Comics satisfies the teenager inside all of us Silk is basically the teenage Caucasian version of Spider Man In a girls world New York , everyone has secrets Thankfully, Cindy Moon is seeing a psychiatrist Peter Parker is now CEO, meanwhile J Jonah Jameson JJJ looks like he s about to retire


  • I ve already vented about how little I like this character, so I won t repeat myself This volume lost marks from me by propagating the Black Cat s return to crime but I ve ranted about that elsewhere too.This volume was a slight improvement on the last one and got better as it went along It s still got a ways to go before I d add it to my favourite comicbooks list, though.


  • ArghI hate multiple artistsd fucking Secret Wars.Argh I hate Secret Wars, I also expressed my displeasure of it with the way Silk Vol 0 ended and now, yeah we get a choppy start on something super important because of it.World I hate the multiple artists I ll be honest, 80% of the reason I enjoy this series is because of Stacey Lee s art, without it it s just an average book Wow, the art that replaces here for these couple of issues is UGLY Normally I don t say this but with the drop in quality [...]


  • Interesting addition to the Spider man mythos with a different intriguing character Good story and art Recommended


  • I m loving this series a lot, so far I really like Cindy Moon She cracks lame jokes, doesn t know any lingo or pop culture references from the last 10 years and she s adorable That being said, I really feel for her She was locked away for 10 years, her parents are missing possibly dead and her brother is suffering from brain damage She s dealing with a lot, not sleeping enough and living a double life I actually teared up a bit at the last scene with her therapist Another notable thing about thi [...]


  • This is still a really good book, and I still adore Cindy as a character But this is another book that suffered terribly from the post Secret Wars gap The time skip just wasn t that kind to this book, and it meant we had to miss out on at least one important and very personal scene, when Cindy reunites with her brother Thompson worked around it fairly well, I think, and I did like the concept of Silk working undercover for SHIELD in return for them using their resources and connections to try an [...]


  • Intrigued by the developments in Cindy s character arc esp the role of Black Cat though I found the alternating artwork in this collection slightly jarring Excited to see of the mystery revealed in future issues




  • Like this character and this premise wish the writing were a little polished also 3 artists for six issues is A LOT, they need to stabilize that



  • A problem I ve been having with starting reading Marvel and DC, is that all the comics are just spin offs of known serieses, or the character in a new series has a lot of backstory in other serieses.Silk has that as well, but not as bad as other comics I ve tried the last year This album thankfully doesn t hint too much to other comics, so it was easy to followAlso, I rather enjoyed the story It had some nice twists and turns, and I m looking forward to seeing where this is going I m smelling so [...]


  • 2.75 out of 5 starsProbably should have read the prequel so I wasn t as confused, but also I didn t love when the art style changed oh well I did like that the main character was a Chinese American girl because yay diversity so that was cool and a redeeming quality but the rest was kind of mehhhh going to read the sequel cuz I have it and like lol wanna boost my reading goal early but I don t have high hopes for it


  • Solid 4 stars Things are getting interesting for Cindy I really like her as a protagonist as well.


  • Decent comic, nothing really especially stands out for me Inner monologue A little repetitive and annoying Art style Creative and not hard to follow but it feels sloppy and unfinished.



  • I know, I know, Silk seems a lot like a female Peter Parker of the 90s and early 2000s But she and develops her own story and own agenda She behaves differently than young Peter I liked this story and I just have a lot of feels for Cindy I think the parts with Cindy being at a therapist were especially interesting I don t know why the artist changed twice Stacey Lee for the beginning, Tana Ford for the middle and Veronica Fish for the third part, going back to Tana Ford for the final part but [...]


  • Silk has the same powers as Spiderman, and she s awesome Her first outing is collected in Vol 0 The Life and Times of Cindy Moon , also good I liked the artwork better in that one, but the story here is still great Now she s teamed up with baddie Black Cat Or has she Mockingbird and Spiderwoman also make appearances I love these ladies


  • I really love Silk, the story is fascinating, my only gripe is that I want Stacey Lee to be the only artist Silk looks so different in each style and it s a little off putting Im not sure why they do this but I hope it changes in the future.



  • This is my first experience with the character Silk, and I have to say I really enjoyed it looking forward to the next volume and I guess I will go back and read her earlier stories.



  • Wellis was a huge letdown after the superb v.0, the Life Times of Cindy Moon A couple of problems with this volume Marvel s continuing bullshit with mega crossovers and the art.First, the Secret Wars crossover had a negative impact on this book After the great storyline in Life Times , this volume starts several months I thinkt sure when the normal Marvel U picked up after the conclusion of Secret Wars later Starting this volume, I thought I d missed part of the story Too much had happened in th [...]


  • Sooo I guess now that Peter Parker is Tony Stark someone has to be Petey That person, working for J Jonah Jameson, and taking pictures of their alter ego to make money by selling them to a news organization, is now Cindy Moon.I like the idea of Cindy and I don t hate any of these stories that she s been featured in, as of yet, but the art in this volume was a bit all over the place I like the fact that Cindy is seeing a therapist in an attempt to come to terms with her past as she also tried to [...]


  • I m glad I read Silk, Volume 0 The Life and Times of Cindy Moon before this one, because one thing I ve noticed about the Silk comics is that they expect you to be fairly familiar with the larger Spider verse and events within the Marvel universe which I m not I initially just picked up this volume to check if they re the same issues as in Silk, Volume 0 The Life and Times of Cindy Moon, and then I just couldn t stop reading Still love Cindy, screamed when Mockingbird arrived on the scene and Je [...]


  • The artistry of Silk, Volume 1 is fantastic Starting with Helen Chen s surreal cover art, Stacey Lee s dreamy, solid start to Silk s debut immediately convinced me to read about yet another Spidey verse character Ian Herring s consistent coloring made the switch between artist styles as smooth as possible, and Veronica Fish s art is gorgeous I m not a fan of Tana Ford s style, but Silk s story compelled me to push through the weird ass constipated faces that make up at least 80% of her work But [...]


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