Elektra #13

    Elektra » Elektra #13 - Introspect Part 3 released by Marvel on October 2002.

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    Introspect Part 3 last edited by GhostGrifter on 11/08/21 08:59AM View full history

    Elektra is struggling to survive in the scorching heat of the Mojave Desert. With an endless loop of memories staining her every thought, will Elektra overcome? Jeremy Locke may have kept her alive, but he must pay- at the end of a blood-drenched sai!

    Elektra wanders in the Mojave desert between her sin dreams and death.

    J.Locke meets and discuss with his 'colleagues' about the decision to let Elektra to live, against the wishes of the others.

    The hunt begins, and our greek assassin is found almost lifeless.



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    Is it the end of Elektra? 0

    After being ditched in the Mojave desert by one of Mr. Locke´s man, Elektra starts to wander in the desert - more dead than alive - having hallucinations and questioning if she deserves or not to live - I think this was the best part of this issue, especially because of the storytellling of Carlo Pagulayan, since most of the panels showing Elektra in this issue have no letters (dialogues or captions). The other part of this issue was concentrated in Mr. Locke having a hard time explaining his co...

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    dmstarz's favourite marvel comic cover no141 0

    Yes. It's shameless, I know. But there's a lot to like about this image. This is from the truly excellent Greg Rucka storyline, Introspect - well worth picking up. Elektra is delirious, bizarrely suffering withdrawal from, well, violence and killing (yes, I know that's really odd but, despite that, the storyline does actually work). She's out in a desert and suffering big time. Which is obviously what Horn is symbolising on his cover here. Obviously. Okay, let's be honest. You could read this co...

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