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Subj: Secret Warriors: Ghost Spider is a much better name...
Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 at 07:45:08 pm EST (Viewed 160 times)

Below's a post visited today. Ghost Spider is a MUCH BETTER name than Spider-Gwen, eh?! That's not saying the line-up is grabbing me. But who knows - animation can add life to 4 color flatty books. How long before it is copied, good or bad, in the 616? Ghost Spider: much better name. What's Gwen Stacy of Earth-65 up to lately in her series, anyways?

How do these SECRET WARRIORS grab you?

(Interesting Dove Cameron update here.)


    Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors

    Marvel is renaming Spider-Gwen in their upcoming, girl-focused merch franchise to compete with DC Superhero Girls.

    So now she'll be referred to as 'Ghost Spider' but with a slight redesign that adds in Gwen Poole's signature pink highlights. Most likely to deal with easier marketability in a more unique name.

    Also, there's this odd thing going on with rising Disney Channel actress Dove Cameron.

    She's going to be voicing Ghost Spider in the new franchise's animated movies, but she's also scheduled to appear in Agents of SHIELD in a secret role.

    People assumed she would be playing Gwen Stacey, but she shot that down by saying it's a completely different character on SHIELD. However, she posted on Instagram last week the fact she dyed her hair pink –

    I'm thinking Cameron is actually playing a TV version of Gwenpool. SHIELD has been fairly dark this season (but very good!) so you usually see a more light-hearted episode to cleanse the palette after a while. I could see them having some meta fun with the 100th episode.

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