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Issue Details

Issue #26
Published January 2009
Frequency monthly
Cover Price 2.99 USD
Pages 36
Editing Tom Brennan

Cover Details - "The Replacement?!"

Characters Spider-Girl [May Parker]; Clone May Parker; Mary Jane Watson-Parker; Benjamin Richard Parker
Genre superhero
Pencils Ron Frenz
Inks Sal Buscema ?
Colors Chris Sotomayor

22 page Spider-Girl story "The Replacement!"

Characters Spider-Girl [May Parker]; Araña [also as Spider-Girl]; Clone May Parker; Black Tarantula; Chesbro; Kaine; Darkdevil; Normie Osborn; Brenda Drago Osborn; Mary Jane Watson-Parker; Benjamin Richard Parker; Peter Parker [also appears as Spider-Man in flashback]; Fury [Goblin Queen]; Aunt May Parker (dream sequence); Phil Urich (cameo); Green Goblin [Norman Osborn](cameo flashback)
Synopsis Araña has stolen May's body and goes into action as Spider-Girl. Meanwhile, the clone is taking over May's life, and the real May is unconscious, dreaming of an encounter with a young Aunt May Parker (whom she does not recognize).
Genre superhero
Script Tom DeFalco; Ron Frenz (Co-Plot)
Pencils Ron Frenz
Inks Sal Buscema
Colors Bruno Hang
Letters Dave Sharpe

Half page statement of ownership

Letters typeset
Notes Statement of September 30, 2008 Owner: Marvel Enterprises, Inc.; 10 East 40th Street, New York, NY Total average paid monthly circulation for preceding 12 months: 32,562

1 page Li'l Benjy, the Spectacular Spider-Baby story "Christmas Crisis!"

Characters Benjamin Richard Parker; Shelly; Mary Jane Watson-Parker
Synopsis The babies have a very different interpretation of Christmas.
Genre superhero; humor
Script Tom DeFalco
Pencils Colleen Coover
Inks Colleen Coover
Colors Colleen Coover ?
Letters Colleen Coover ?

1 page Mayday's Mailbox letters page

Script Tom DeFalco; Tom Brennan
Pencils Ron Frenz (illustration)
Inks Sal Buscema ? (illustration)
Colors ? (illustration)
Letters typeset
Notes Letters submitted by John Dillon; Steven Angelucci; Lucas Baron; Andrew J. Shaw; James W. Bell. Page also includes cover art for the following issue (#27).