Elektra: Assassin #1

    Elektra: Assassin » Elektra: Assassin #1 - Hell and Back released by Marvel on August 1986.

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    Hell and Back last edited by gravenraven on 05/23/23 03:57PM View full history

    An untold chapter in the life of Elektra unfolds, as Marvel's most mysterious assassin begins her journey in an asylum for the mentally insane. Reality and dreams blur together, as Elektra's once-impenetrable mind buckles under the darkness of her past.

    Marvelous maddening puzzling piece of story that drives the mind of the reader in and out the frantic visions of Elektra, in her escaping dreams from reality and out to the cold insensitive live of prisoner of a mental hospital.

    Why is she there? What happened before? What is real and what is not?

    Only if you keep reading the next issues , the story starts to get clear.



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    Ok, so maybe I'll get flack for this, but Elektra Assassin is my favorite comic series of all time. Sure it's outside the conical Elektra stories and I'm sure a lot of Frank Miller haters despise it for that, but it's purely on the whole, the greatest comic series I've ever read.Why?Sienkiewicz for one. His art is... well it's Sienkiewicz. No one matched his style back then, and no one even bothers to imitate it now. This is coming from a guy who loves the Miller style and loves Miller's Daredev...

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