Great hair, a rockin' body, and bio-electric blasts, what's not to love about Jessica Drew? Her hands! Those awful hideous hands! Aaaaahhhh!!!
Spider-Woman stands 6 inches tall (a little taller if you count the hair), a huge improvement over the first short Psylocke body. And it's a good thing they didn't just re-use the Psylocke head with different hair because this new head is a nice sculpt. The black lines are sculpted on, not just painted (on the mask, the ones on the body are just painted). The black hair is flexible, and mercifully, doesn't have any ugly blue highlights. The body is cast in red plastic with all the flat-yellow and black painted-on. The paint is pretty good, it chips at the joints though because they used yellow paint to cover the red rods in the ankles and wrists. Why not just use yellow rods?...there are flexible spider-webs attached to the underarms, which look okay, but the problem with them is that they limit arm movement. They should have been made removable (like with an elastic band, something like the Sentinel Series Spider-Man). Also, the webs split the chest at the seams sometimes, causing it to pop-off the main body. At best, the upper-body will be loose, at worst, it cracks entirely and you'll need to do some repairs. But even this problem pales in comparison to the man-hands poor Jessica Drew was given. They're too large, grotesque even. I'm telling you, those toy companies love to screw with us and see what they can get away with before we storm their gates and steal their fancy pants with all the hidden pockets.
Jessie has most standard ML articulation, she's only missing the swivel in the gloves (forearms can't turn). The sculptors couldn't glue-in the spider-webs and be able to fit a peg in the forearm at the same time, so it was lost. It's a shame, but you can fix it pretty easily, just check out the tutorials here on Figure Realm! The upper-body can tilt around but is a little loose. Most (All? Maybe my joints were just loose) of the hinges are click-joints and she has a hole in her back to use with a flight-stand.
Spider-Woman is a nifty figure, definitely one of the better female sculpts, it's just those hands that are awful...Ms. Drew is packaged along with the first issue of "Spider-Woman", MODOK's big ugly head, and a super-cool backdrop with SHIELD agents G.W. Bridge and Dum Dum Dugan in it.