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Silk Vol. 2: The Negative

by Robbie Thompson

Series: Silk {2016-2017} (9-13)

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Cindy Moon, AKA Silk, finally catches a break in her search for her family. But she's in for trouble when the trail leads her to the Negative Zone! COLLECTING: SILK 9-14

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I like this volume. We get some more pieces about what happened to Cindy's Family. She goes on an adventure with her friends on the clues they found. Black Cat learns about Cindy working with Shield and we see that fallout too. We get a little tease at the end, that feels like something big is coming and I can't wait to see what happens next.

Cindy Moon is new to the Marvel Universe and I have loved her solo series. She's sweet, quirky, naive and I love seeing her interact with everything.

I'm off to read the Clone Conspiracy TPB for some more Cindy. ( )
  payday1999 | Dec 8, 2020 |
As a teenager, Cindy Moon was bitten by the same spider that bit Peter Parker giving her similar powers such as spidey sense, powers of adhesion, and the ability to weave webs from her fingertips. To protect Earth from a deadly family of spider-hunters and murderers called the inheritors, Cindy Moon was locked up in a bunker that prevented them from sensing her presence. Spider-Man opened the bunker, unaware of the danger that revealing Cindy's existence could cause, and set the events of the Spider-Verse in motion. After fighting side-by-side with countless other spiders against the inheritors and saving the world, Cindy is now back in New York, fighting crime and trying to find her family in a world she hasn't lived in for years.

In the previous comic, Cindy is attacked by a Pokemon-like dressed villain named Dragonclaw. She takes her video from their encounter and uses them for her job as an intern at Fact Channel where she works for J. Jonah Jameson who likes Silk and gives Cindy the nickname Analog for using a notebook and pen which he likes. Dragonclaw has gone to Black Cat who has sent him to a mysterious man who helps him become more of a dragon with the weaponry and he comes back after Silk. But things don't go as planned and Silk convinces him to turn his life around which does not make Black Cat happy. But someone else is watching Cindy and someone else wants her for their own reasons. Sometimes it's not good to be wanted. With help from Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four, Cindy must fight off Black Cat and the other bad guys. On top of which something catastrophic is happening to Earth. A bad Cindy from another earth is pretending to be her and robbing places. That Cindy is taken care of but now people think Silk is bad.

Mockingbird of S.H.I.E.L.D. is hoping to help Cindy with this problem by having her go undercover as bad Cindy and make nice with Black Cat. So she does. Meanwhile, her friends and her boss at work Lola and Rafferty who are dating are following up on a lead Cindy asked them to which is to find a building. Silk is asked to hold onto something from inside a safe. Something that would wipe a crime scene of all evidence that someone was there.

Lola and Rafferty figure out that Cindy is Silk and has mixed feelings about it considering that right now Silk is seen in the press as evil. Black Cat sets a trap to figure out whether or not Silk can be trusted and will Silk pass or fail? Lola, Rafferty, and Cindy go into the Negative Zone where they meet up with Cindy's mom in a medieval setting fighting to get her dad back assuming he's still alive. Will Cindy finally get her family back together? Mockingbird offers her a job with S.H.I.E.L.D. but she loves her job with the network. Which will she choose? The part that takes place in the Negative Zone is a bit cheesy and immature. But the not wanting to turn in Black Cat because she can relate to her is good. The art is great. I give it four out of five stars. ( )
  nicolewbrown | Oct 11, 2019 |
Silk, Volume 2: The Negative collects Silk vol. 2, nos. 9-13 written by Robbie Thompson with art by Stacey Lee, Tana Ford, and Ian Herring. This story follows the events of the Spider-Women crossover in which Cindy Moon was temporarily replaced by her Earth-65 self who stole a great deal of tech in order to rule over her alternate Earth. This worked in Silk's favor, as it makes her look like more of a villain and further gain Black Cat's trust. This volume begins by wrapping up Silk's time as an undercover S.H.I.E.L.D. agent in Black Cat's organization before sending Cindy Moon on a quest to the Negative Zone to follow-up a clue to her parents' whereabouts. Thompson's stories continue to entertain and he uses the Negative Zone to have a lot of fun with things like talking dragons and Lord of the Rings references. Though this volume ends with a teaser for the next storyline, it does have something of a happy ending that fans of the character will appreciate. ( )
  DarthDeverell | Feb 4, 2018 |
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