Spider-Girl has always always been a hit-or-miss character with me. She has all the surface-level qualities that I love in a Superhero (ie: She's a female version of an established male character, plus she has a cool origin). May "Mayday" Parker was originally created for an issue of What If in 1998... ostensibly as a single-story character. But she was soon given her own series as part of Marvel's M2 Universe. This first series won Mayday the distinction of having the longest running Marvel solo title starring a female character - and that's not even counting her two follow-up series. These comics had a huge fan base, but for some reason I just wasn't a big fan. I kept trying to like the character over the years, but I never truly jumped on board until Anya Corazon (Araña) took over the mantle in 2011. In 1999, ToyBiz had an awesome Previews Exclusive female-centric line based of the M2 Universe. They have typical odd ToyBiz posturing and articulation, but all-in-all they're great figures. Let's check her out below!
Time for a Comparison Pic!