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THE HEROIC AGE IS HERE! Black Widow vs. Elektra! Whoever's pulling the strings in this attempt on Natasha's life has got some impressive connections…enough that it's even got Wolverine rattled! When Elektra and other familiar faces are crawling out of the woodwork to chase Marvel's top super-spy, where will Natasha be able to turn?

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Ladies and Gentlemen Welcome to Marvel girls SMACKDOWN!!!!!!!!!!! 0

Story We start where we left off from last issue. Elektra feels that Natasha has been keeping tabs on everyone. They both fight for a while until they reach a deadlock. They go their seperate ways. Natasha gets very weak and ill and falls to the ground. Her friend Mother Hen comes by and takes her home with him so she can get better. Later Natasha questions this guy Ned about a personal project she worked on with Ned's father. Ned's father was suposed to never tell anyone, but he told Ned. Ned s...

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Black Widow 2010 Issue 3 Review 0

       Cat fight! If the premise of Marvels two deadliest female leads fighting each other doesn't intrigue you, well something is wrong with you. Knowing how well-trained each character is, I found it impossible not to find myself at least a little excited about this issue. With Marjorie Liu and Daniel  Acuña on top of it all this though, well you gotta admit something'll click. Luckily, this issue went a long way in reviving my interest in the title and hopefully this standard'll stick around ...

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Review: Black Widow #3 0

The story continues as Black Widow and Elektra square off.  The Good I had no clue Daniel Acuña was on this book! When I realized that, I was excited. As always, Acuña does an amazing job with action. His panel transition is smooth, seamless, and it feels like you're watching an action film. He's one of the few artists that gets me excited about a dialogue-less page. One the writing side of things, Marjorie Liu wrote this book, and there's a difference of night and day between this and the ...

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