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Spider Queen
Real Name: Sharon Kane
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Powers:
The Spider Queen wore two bracelet-like devices which emitted a "web fluid" that she could use to bind and restrain others and to swing from rooftops or hang outside windows; she was also an accomplished acrobat and hand-to-hand combatant, and her ability to reproduce her husband's web fluid implies that she was an above-average chemist.

Bio:
Spider Queen was the secret identity of Sharon Kane, a "sworn enemy" of all wrongdoers. She fought crime in a red skirt and mask, light blue blouse open to the navel, and yellow sash, cape, and boots. She also wore a special pair of bracelets that fired spider webbing. Her detective boyfriend was Mike O'Bell.

Spider Queen appeared in only three issues of The Eagle, and that only as a back up feature. Her final Golden Age appearance was in The Eagle #4 (January 1942).

Spider Queen was briefly revived in 1993, as part of a Marvel Comics' four-issue mini-series featuring the Invaders. The story, written by Roy Thomas and drawn by Dave Hoover, pitted the World War II super-team against the Battle-Axis, a group of minor Golden Age superheroes who were also Nazi sympathizers. The Spider Queen joined the Battle Axis because she opposed Communism, and believed the Nazis would destroy Communism. The Battle Axis were eventually defeated, and Spider Queen (along with the others) were taken into custody. She has not been seen since.

Notes:
The original Golden Age version of the Spider Queen is in the public domain.

First Appearance: The Eagle (1941) #2

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Issue Appearances:
Avengers 1959 (2011)
The Eagle (1941)
The Invaders (1993)

Group Affiliation(s):
Battle-Axis
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