In the current climate, comics offer us the perfect escape from the maddening world we live in. With blockbuster movies hitting our screens it is an easy world to dip into or fully immerse yourself in. This issue, we’re taking a leaf out of DC’s book and concentrating our efforts on Women In Comics, it’s a movement that sees writers and artists attempting to get a fairer spread of representation into our marketplace. You can read about Wonder Woman’s beginnings and the struggles of female characters and creators alike over on page 34. What’s more, John Romita Sr talks about the origins of Gwen Stacy and MJ and how they both stand the test of time in Spider-Man’s life. Chris Claremont talks about the power of women, and his efforts to represent true women in his work, as well as talking to us about his successes as a whole. Elsewhere we discuss the webs of Spider-Man’s ultimate legacy, and how it came to be; Brian Michael Bendis talks about his latest projects; as always we look into the current status of the indie market and get the first word on the latest from Marvel, Generations. It’s a packed issue and we hope you enjoy it.