Everyone is bugging out over the new female superhero in this satiric comedy for adults only. Patricia Porker (Misty Mundae) is a sweet but hopelessly geeky science student who has a major crush on Mark Wetson (Adam Cox), her school's resident hunk. One day, Patricia is bitten by a genetically altered spider, and soon transforms into SpiderBabe, a superheroine who can climb walls, leap from building to building and spin webs (though not from her wrist). As Patricia tries to figure out a way to use her new powers to earn Mark's attention, she fights criminals and sexual perverts all across the city and earns a nemesis in Lucinda Knox (Julian Wells), an evil genius with an eye toward world conquest. Oh, and did we mention she takes off her costume a lot? SpiderBabe was released in both R-rated and unrated editions, with the latter featuring more nudity and sexual content. … More
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This gets high marks from most Misty fans, but I'm a dissenter. The comedy simply isn't very good and the girls beyond Mundae, Darian Caine, and Julian Wells are freaks of surgery. Neither component comes close to those on display in The Lord of the G-Strings for instance. Best features are Wells' vampy villain and Misty's delicious costume as Spiderbabe.More
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