Shadowland: Elektra #1

    Shadowland: Elektra » Shadowland: Elektra #1 released by Marvel on November 2010.

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    This ONE-SHOT takes place after DareDevil #509

    and before Shadowland #3

    Elektra Natchios had vowed to never again interfere in the life of her ex-lover, Matt Murdock. Learn what made her break her vow and return to Daredevil's side at Shadowland. Zeb Wells (DARK REIGN: ELEKTRA) returns to the character with hot newcomer Emma Rios (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) for a vital piece of the Shadowland puzzle!



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    Review: Shadowland: Elektra #1 0

    Elektra ponders how she handle the "heel turn" of her former lover and Hand usurper, Daredevil, whilst in the middle of two very intense back-to-back bouts with armed goons and ninjas.  The Good   Now, this is an Elektra we rarely get to see! Wells has a perfect handle on this character who's simultaneously a killing machine and an introspective philosopher. The fact that she has this telepathic/spiritual discussion with her mentor while she's in the midst of a fight is absolutely brilliant. I'm...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    If You Want Blood...You've Got It 0

    I'm glad they went the way of a parental advisory comic here because frankly anything involving Elektra should be pretty damn violent. In deconstructing the importance of Shadowland to Daredevil, Elektra is one of the primary players you'd expect to see, but it took her a little while to get embroiled in the arc. While Elektra is both a violent and cerebral character, she is not an overly emotional one. She's often called "cold" by other characters in the Marvel Universe and deservedly so. As su...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    The Big Catch-UP 0

     This one shot may slow you down and scratch your head.  Maybe its Emma Rios' art or  Zeb Wells' framing of the story but  the flashbacks and telling whats going on presently as you read this issue became a job for me on my first initial read and impression of this Shadowland tie in. I had to read this issue twice before i felt like it fit in SHADOWLAND and go over DareDevil Shadowland issues to figure out where aach scene belongs chronologically. Now I get it ! This issue comes after DareDevil ...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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