Elektra #1

    Elektra » Elektra #1 - Bloodlines: Part One released by Marvel on June 2014.

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    Witness the beautifully violent return of the world’s deadliest assassin. A life spent in silent pain has led Elektra to the precipice of despair. As she prepares to shed her past and take her next step, everything you know about her will change! Death is no escape, but she will find her way as a new option opens up that will take Elektra to places no other Marvel character can go.

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    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverMichael Del Mundo1
    VarVariant CoverPaolo Manuel Rivera2
    VarVariant CoverBill Sienkiewicz3
    VarYoung Variant CoverSkottie Young4
    VarBlank Variant CoverNone5


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    More Than Just Some Assassin 0

    How is everyone not talking about this series right now?I've heard so much about the new Magneto series, which is mired in okay, inconsistent writing and bland visuals that Moon Knight puts to shame. Everyone's talking about Guardians of the Galaxy, a bland cash-grab of a series (unlike the humorous Rocket Raccoon thanks to Skottie Young). And jeez, I don't see why everyone loves Uncanny Avengers so much, as it's grown to be such a chore to read with a very disjointed and boring narrative, despi...

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