edmcgon member 5pts If you like Spider-man, then Mayday Parker's Spider-girl series is a must-read. Defalco puts himself in the upper echelon of comic writers with this series, bringing just enough similarities to the Mayday Parker character to make her believable as Peter Parker's daughter, yet enough differences to make her a unique character on her own. The stories definitely have a "Spider-man"-ish feel to them, yet still manage to be new and modern. I hesitate to criticize Frenz as the artist, because he does an ok job, although his artwork constantly reminds me of Mad Magazine. Others might not have a problem with it, so I will leave it alone. At the very least, he does give this series a unique look, so the series does have that going for it. One last thing this series has going for it: As the parent of two teenagers, I can empahthize with what Peter and Mary Jane are going through, yet I also tend to feel for Mayday when her parents are being overprotective. Eventually, the series does bring Peter and Mary Jane around to the "right" view, but it's a struggle for them. This series is quite thought-provoking for parents of teens.