Marvel Knights - Spider Woman - Agent of Sword 2010

Feeling like the most hated person on Earth after the events of Secret Invasion, Jessica Drew aka Spider-Woman is approached by a mysterious stranger to join S.W.O.R.D. (Sentient World Observation and Response Department), a counter-terrorism and intelligence…
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MA15+
Strong violence

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Feeling like the most hated person on Earth after the events of Secret Invasion, Jessica Drew aka Spider-Woman is approached by a mysterious stranger to join S.W.O.R.D. (Sentient World Observation and Response Department), a counter-terrorism and intelligence agency for extraterrestrial threats. In an attempt to find a purpose for her life, Jessica joins. Her first mission takes her to Madripoor where she takes on a Skrull (a shape-shifting alien) posing as Spider-Man. After run-ins with HYDRA, another Skrull, and the villainous Thunderbolts, Jessica must track down and stop a dangerous wayward Skrull named Koru Kaviti with the help of her teammates in the New Avengers! This is a road to redemption story for Jessica Drew as she fights her way to self-discovery and to becoming Spider-Woman once again.

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Running Time

52mins

Member Reviews

  • Why is this woman a spiderwoman? Other than that it was an okay story!

  • Watched the first 2 or 3 minutes and I'm done. This is another 'Action Comic' and NOT a proper animated movie. It's basically lazy animation and even lazier artwork; if you've seen the 'Watchmen Motion Comic' you'll know exactly what I'm talking about. Oh yeah and if you think the cover art work is representative of the quality of the film you are sadly mistaken. It sounds like I'm being a bit negative here; There might be some people who enjoy this sort of thing but I had no idea this was an 'Action Comic' when I wasted a higher on it and now I have nothing to watch!

  • could not finish the movie

  • I liked how this story was a little more dark than other marvel knight stuff i've seen. The animation/drawings were cool and the colour were also fitting. Not quite as good as the X-men version as their is no lip moving in this one - but still cool