Spider-Girl (Vol. 2)

Anya Sofia Corazon became the super-heroine known as Arana as described in Amazing Fantasy (Vol. 2) #1-6. She subsequently acquired her own title, Arana #1-12, before sinking into obscurity once more.

Most recently she was involved in the events of "The Grim Hunt" for Spider-Man, as described in Amazing Spider-Man #634 and following. She lost her powers during that story, and appears as "Spider-Girl" in this title as a non-powered teenage crime-fighter dependent only on her training and her high-tech equipment.

  Spider-Girl (Vol. 2) #1 (Story 1)
Review:   [4 Webs] by Adam Rivett
Story: “Family Values”
Editor: Nate Cosby
Writer: Paul Tobin
Artist: Clayton Henry
Colorist: Chris Sotomayor
  ...(Story 2)
Review:   [2.5 Webs] by Adam Rivett
Story: “Four Shadowing”
Summary: Spider-Man appears
Writer: Paul Tobin
Artist: Dean Haspiel
Colorist: Edgar Delgardo
  Spider-Girl (Vol. 2) #2
Review:   [4.5 Webs] by Adam Rivett
Story: “Death Not Be Proud...”
Summary: Spider-Man appears
  Spider-Girl (Vol. 2) #3
Review:   [3.5 Webs] by Adam Rivett
Story: “A Certain Point of View”
  Spider-Girl (Vol. 2) #4
Review:   [3 Webs] by Adam Rivett
Story: “Hunters & Spiders”
  Spider-Girl (Vol. 2) #5
Review:   [3.5 Webs] by Adam Rivett
Story: “Her Father's Daughter...”
  Spider-Girl (Vol. 2) #6
Review:   [4.5 Webs] by Adam Rivett
Story: “#Hobgoblin”
  Spider-Girl (Vol. 2) #7
Review:   [3.5 Webs] by Adam Rivett
Story: “The Raven's Nest”
Summary: Spider-Man appears
  Spider-Girl (Vol. 2) #8
Review:   [3 Webs] by Adam Rivett
Story: “Learning To Fly”
Summary: Spider-Man appears