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| powers = Jessica possesses superhuman strength (can lift at least up to 7 tons), endurance and speed. She can focus her bioelectric energy into "venom blasts" sufficient to stun or kill normal humans, and she can also adhere to almost any surface. Jessica rapidly forms an immunity to all poisons and drugs, and is totally immune to radiation. Her metabolism generates pheromones which attract human males while repulsing females, though she uses a chemical "perfume" that can nullify this effect. Jessica has lost and regained her powers more than once, but has recently emerged with her powers restored greater than ever.
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| powers = Jessica possesses superhuman strength (can lift at least up to 7 tons), endurance and speed. She can focus her bio-electric energy into "venom blasts" sufficient to stun or kill normal humans, and she can also adhere to almost any surface. Jessica rapidly forms an immunity to all poisons and drugs, and is totally immune to radiation. Her metabolism generates pheromones which attract human males while repulsing females, though she uses a chemical "perfume" that can nullify this effect. Jessica has lost and regained her powers more than once, but has recently emerged with her powers restored greater than ever.
| paraphernalia = Jessica previously used the collapsible "wings" of her Hydra-designed costume to allow her to "fly" by gliding on air currents. She currently has full flight powers regardless of the costume.
| paraphernalia = Jessica previously used the collapsible "wings" of her Hydra-designed costume to allow her to "fly" by gliding on air currents. She currently has full flight powers regardless of the costume.
| abilities = Jessica is an experienced fighter and excellent investigator.  
| abilities = Jessica is an experienced fighter and excellent investigator.  
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Jessica was drawn to New York when her powers were stolen by [[Doctor Octopus (Otto Octavius)|Doctor Octopus]]' [[Spider-Woman (Charlotte Witter)]]. Following Charlotte's defeat at the hands of [[Spider-Woman (Mattie Franklin)|Mattie Franklin]] (herself a self-styled Spider-Woman), Jessica once more regained her uncanny abilities accepting an offer from Hydra while working as a double agent for Nick Fury. After seventeen months of procedures, she emerged more powerful than ever, now capable of fully flying (rather than just gliding on air currents). After serving with Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Wolverine, and Luke Cage as the Avengers formed in the aftermath of M-Day, Jessica left the team after the Superhuman Registration Act divided the heroes. She ultimately decided to ally herself with Captain America's anti-registration team, joined the unsanctioned Avengers after the Civil War.
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Jessica was drawn to New York when her powers were stolen by [[Doctor Octopus (Otto Octavius)|Doctor Octopus]]' [[Spider-Woman (Charlotte Witter)]]. Following Charlotte's defeat at the hands of [[Spider-Woman (Mattie Franklin)|Mattie Franklin]] (herself a self-styled Spider-Woman), Jessica once more regained her uncanny abilities accepting an offer from Hydra while working as a double agent for Nick Fury. After seventeen months of procedures, she emerged more powerful than ever, now capable of fully flying (rather than just gliding on air currents). After serving with Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Wolverine, and Luke Cage as the Avengers formed in the aftermath of M-Day, Jessica left the team after the Superhuman Registration Act divided the heroes. She ultimately decided to ally herself with Captain America's anti-registration team, and was part of the unsanctioned Avengers.
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Her time with the team was short-lived, however.  After discovering [[Maya Lopez (Maya Lopez)|Echo]] had been captured by the [[Hand]] while investigating the Japanese underworld, the team promptly began a rescue mission, resulting in a full-scale battle.  During the fight, Maya seemingly kills the Hand's leader, [[Elektra]], only to discover that she had been replaced by a [[skrull]].  Stunned, the team grabbed the body and took flight back to New York, allowing their paranoia to bubble over fears that another skrull may, potentially, be among them.  Their plane crashes, giving Jessica, who suggested the team inform [[Iron Man]] of the infiltration, the chance to abscond with the body. 
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She takes the corpse of the fake Elektra to Tony Stark, bed-ridden after an attack on New York by [[Ultron]], only to join his Avengers team.  After capturing [[Doctor Doom]] after what seems to be a deliberate terrorist attack, the two Avengers teams both act on information that a skrull ship had crashed in the Savage Land.
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After the events of Civil War, the remnants of Captain America's rebellious Avengers formed the New Avengers, aided by Doctor Strange.
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Current revision as of 21:38, 2 June 2010

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Jessica Drew

Aliases
Arachne, Ariadne Hyde, Dark Angel, Dark Angel of San Francisco

Identity
Known to S.H.I.E.L.D.

Citizenship
British by birth; naturalized U.S. Citizen

Place of Birth
London, England

First Appearance
Marvel Spotlight #32 (1977)

Origin
Marvel Spotlight #32 (1977), Spider-Woman #1 (1978), Spider-Woman #7 (1978)


Jessica Drew is the daughter of Jonathan Drew, research partner to Dr. Herbert Edgar Wyndham. When young Jessica suffered uranium poisoning in 1931, Dr. Drew was forced to inject her with his untested spider serum and seal her in a genetic accelerator. In stasis for decades, her aging greatly slowed, she awoke with no memories of her own past. Briefly cared for by the Evolutionary's cow-woman assistant Bova, Jessica sought human company in a nearby village where she accidentally killed her first lover with her new bioelectric powers. Fleeing a vengeful mob, she was rescued by Count Otto Vermis, who molded her into the terrorist organization Hydra's newest assassin. As Arachne, she fought S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury, who revealed Vermis as a cold-blooded killer.


Jessica returned to England where Modred the Mystic helped her shake off Hydra's brainwashing. She also allied with the sorcerer Magus, and earned the enmity of the powerful time-spanning sorceress Morgan Le Fay. Jessica eventually moved to Los Angeles where she worked as a bounty hunter alongside Scotty McDowell before Nick Fury helped her secure private investigator credentials. She lost her immunity power saving Giant-Man (Bill Foster) from radiation poisoning, and a battle with Morgan stranded Jessica on the astral plane until she was rescued by the Shroud, the Avengers and Doctor Strange. Later, Jessica and her friend, B-grade actress Lindsay McCabe, moved to Madripoor, where they often teamed with Wolverine.


Jessica was drawn to New York when her powers were stolen by Doctor Octopus' Spider-Woman (Charlotte Witter). Following Charlotte's defeat at the hands of Mattie Franklin (herself a self-styled Spider-Woman), Jessica once more regained her uncanny abilities accepting an offer from Hydra while working as a double agent for Nick Fury. After seventeen months of procedures, she emerged more powerful than ever, now capable of fully flying (rather than just gliding on air currents). After serving with Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Wolverine, and Luke Cage as the Avengers formed in the aftermath of M-Day, Jessica left the team after the Superhuman Registration Act divided the heroes. She ultimately decided to ally herself with Captain America's anti-registration team, and was part of the unsanctioned Avengers.

After the events of Civil War, the remnants of Captain America's rebellious Avengers formed the New Avengers, aided by Doctor Strange.



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