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    Elektra #22

    Elektra » Elektra #22 - Everything Old Is New Again Part 5 released by Marvel on June 2003.

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    Everything Old Is New Again Part 5 last edited by GhostGrifter on 11/10/21 07:17AM View full history

    Elektra vs. The Hand: The final showdown for her freedom!

    The Hand pushed Elektra too far by killing her sensei. They then took Locke hostage, enraging her even further.

    Elektra and the Hand meet up in the Mojave desert for a "fight to the death" battle.

    Who will win? Who will lose? Has Elektra training paid off?

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    What most impressed me about this issue was the quality of the art, Pagulayan delivered several pages of action, great moves, ninja skills, making the final confront between Elektra and the Hand servers - Thought, Pain and Shadow - awesome and exciting. I didn´t enjoy the end as much as I was hoping to, because it felt like all the things that Elektra went through mean nothing, all her training, all her loss, the end didn´t felt right to me. I really enjoyed reading the three arc stories (issues...

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